Top Level Keynote at Aviation Electronics Europe in Munich, Germany in March 2015

Top Quote European Commission and European Aviation Safety Agency to deliver opening keynotes. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) January 17, 2015 - Aviation Electronics Europe, which will take place on 25th-26th March 2015 in Munich, Germany, has announces top level opening keynote presentations from the European Commission and European Aviation Safety Agency, setting the scene for 2 days of interesting and exciting discussions for the avionics and aviation electronics community.

    Gzim Ocakoglu from the European Commission will provide an insight into the Single European Sky and EASA regulations and the latest updates. Gzim Ocakoglu is the Policy Officer on the Single European Sky at Directorate-General for Mobility & Transport (DG-MOVE).

    Maria Ruiz Algar of the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) will highlight Managing the Transition between SES and EASA, as the Single Europe Sky moves into its final phase. Maria Ruiz Algar is ATM/ANS - SESAR Coordinator at EASA.

    Other key organisations presenting in the Aviation Electronics Europe conference include EUROCONTROL, SESAR Join Undertaking, EUROCAE, European Business Aviation Association, Airbus, Deutsche Lufthansa AG, Thales Avionics, Honeywell and Rockwell Collins.

    The conference programme, which has attracted many leading international industry experts to an excellent line-up of presentations, bring together the avionics and aviation electronics community to discuss and debate the latest policies, standards, best practice and technologies for developing a safer skies in an ever increasingly busy airspace.

    Adrian Broadbent, Event Director and owner of Aviation Electronics Europe, said, "We are delighted the conference for Aviation Electronics Europe will deliver a top quality programme covering the key issues and challenges facing the avionics and aviation electronics community. As the Single European Sky programme moves into its final phase, the transition from SESARJU to EASA, this programme will start to inform the industry on the plans for transition and the future vision for the SES project."

    For further information and more details on the conference programme visit the Aviation Electronics Europe website

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