With airborne and ground-based aviation systems increasingly interconnected, the landscape for critical systems software is changing.Whether you are an ANSP specifying or accepting a system, the person responsible for system
With airborne and ground-based aviation systems increasingly interconnected, the landscape for critical systems software is changing.
Whether you are an ANSP specifying or accepting a system, the person responsible for system maintenance, or a supplier at the cutting edge of software product development, you will need to understand the standards options available to you, how to apply them, and the impact on costs.
This course takes a practical and interactive approach to the subject matter, drawing on the trainers’ extensive experience in both aviation safety and critical systems software development. Attendees will receive complimentary copies of ED-12C, ED-109A and ED-153.
ED-12C – Software Considerations in Airborne Systems and Equipment Certification
ED-109A – Software Integrity Assurance Considerations for Communication and Navigation and Surveillance and Air Traffic Management (CNS/ATM) Systems
ED-153A – Guidelines for ANS Software Safety Assurance
july 2 (Tuesday) - 3 (Wednesday)
9-23 rue Paul Lafargue, "Le Triangle" building
RPAS 2019 is an international conference focusing on civil RPAS operations. In the context of the upcoming European RPAS regulation and its implementation, and in anticipation of the required integration
RPAS 2019 is an international conference focusing on civil RPAS operations. In the context of the upcoming European RPAS regulation and its implementation, and in anticipation of the required integration of U-Space & ATM, it will address current & future drone operations (commercial & noncommercial), U-Space capability demonstrations, UTM/U-Space airspace integration matters, standard operational scenarios, operational experience (commercial & non-commercial), operator qualification, pilot training & qualification, test range safety rules, data protection & privacy.Hosted by Skeyes, the Belgian air navigation service provider, coordinated with intErrEg-iCareS, (EC-funded cross-border innovation cluster) and in line with the principals of the ‘‘madrid Declaration’’, this conference has the following objectives:lCreate awareness of national approaches on relevant drone-related matters and stakeholder initiatives.lPromote coordination & cooperation between national civil drone communities.lAddress topics of common interest that are to be dealt with by industry on a national level.Representatives (public & private) of national civil drone communities will give updates on their activities. A focus will be put on the harmonization of national approaches to matters of critical importance to the current & future RPAS operator community. Inter-activity and networking are central at this event.
july 2 (Tuesday) - 4 (Thursday)
The Global Aviation Cooperation Symposium (GACS) offers a unique platform for aviation professionals to exchange their views and discuss challenges and opportunities related to their fields. It provides a forum
The Global Aviation Cooperation Symposium (GACS) offers a unique platform for aviation professionals to exchange their views and discuss challenges and opportunities related to their fields. It provides a forum for regulators, service providers, operators and other industry stakeholders to meet and exchange on their experiences and best practices in implementing technical cooperation projects.
This year, the International Civil Aviation Organization’s (ICAO) Technical Cooperation Bureau (TCB) will be organizing the third edition of the GACS, this time in close collaboration with the Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand (CAAT) and the Regional Office in Bangkok. The symposium’s theme is “ICAO: Bridging the SARPs Compliance Gap with Quality and Efficiency”. The event will have a combination of speaker sessions, discussion panels, and workshops covering all of the main areas of civil aviation, including infrastructure development, compliance improvement through technical expertise, as well as enabling topics such as cooperation through regional projects, capacity building through training and project funding and resource mobilization. Moreover, the event will offer a unique opportunity to obtain in-depth knowledge of ICAO’s Technical Cooperation Programme and how it can meet State’s needs. Finally, high-level key-note speakers will discuss and outline the vision of aviation’s future and how to overcome the challenges we will face, as an aviation community.
july 22 (Monday) - 24 (Wednesday)
1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043
Daily: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm