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AIAA Aviation and Aeronautics Forum and Exposition (AVIATION 2014)

16 - 20 June 2014
Location: Atlanta, Georgia
Venue: Hyatt Regency Atlanta


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 Aviation’s Global Promise – Challenges & Opportunities 

An essential driver of economic growth and stability, the aviation enterprise is in a phase of evolving business models, increased efficiency demands, emerging manufacturing methods, and constantly evolving technology integration. These trends offer unprecedented opportunities and challenges for new capabilities that could transform the way we utilize this critical asset.

 

The AIAA Aviation and Aeronautics Forum and Exposition (AVIATION 2014) will build on the foundation of the 2013 event to stimulate thought-provoking conversations among industry leaders and the engineering and technical professionals that develop and operate aviation systems. Featuring 18 technical conferences and ITAR-compliant sessions, AVIATION 2014 will deliver a strong technical program addressing the broad spectrum of applied science and aviation technologies. More than 1500 papers will be presented on more than 125 specialized topics. In addition to cutting-edge technical research presentations, AVIATION 2014 will feature panel discussions and keynote presentations addressing some of the pressing opportunities and challenges associated with matters such as:

 

  • the implementation of new air traffic management capabilities,
  • a rethinking of traditional commercial aviation operational models,
  • the integration and utilization of unmanned platforms to enhance our existing fleets,
  • an evolving financial landscape for both commercial and military aviation system acquisition,
  • increasingly connected and networked aviation platforms,
  • the implications of policy decisions on how we define, design, and field new operational systems.


These are just a few of the key themes we will address at AVIATION 2014. A full program of detailed technical discussions will underpin the high-level conversations to provide a wide-ranging overview of the state-of-the-art in our industry.

 

See the brief AVIATION 2013 recap video to learn more about this annual, must-attend event.


 

 

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