Avionics Magazine Returns to Atlantic City with Annual NextGen Conference
Avionics for NextGen tackles the global harmonization, equipage deadlines and business case questions surrounding NextGen implementation
Rockville, MD – January 27, 2012 – Avionics Magazine will bring its content to life once again in Atlantic City, N.J. for the Avionics for NextGen Conference. The annual Conference will be held September 18 at the Atlantic City Sheraton.
Hundreds of aviation professionals from major airlines, military and government will gather at the Avionics for NextGen Conference to discuss the FAA’s long-term Next Generation Air Transportation System (NextGen) initiative with those responsible for driving the future of aviation. In addition to the Conference, table-top exhibits will be on display where market-leading companies will showcase their NextGen solutions to the Avionics for NextGen attendees.
“We are building off the success of the 2011 event with the addition of table top exhibits,” said Emily Feliz, Avionics Magazine editor-in-chief. “Attendees will drill deep into the technology and challenges surrounding NextGen implementation during the sessions and afterwards will have the opportunity to get their hands on the products and technology that will drive the future of the national airspace system.”
The 2012 Conference will highlight the following topics:
- NowGen: Status of Currently Fielded Technologies
- Public-Private Partnerships: Providing the Foundation for NextGen Implementation
- Global NextGen: Ensuring Worldwide Harmonization
- Man vs. Unmanned: Integrating UAS into the NAS
- Making the Investment: What is Needed to Close NextGen’s Business Case?
Avionics for NextGen will be held September 18 at the Sheraton Hotel located at Two Convention Boulevard, Atlantic City, N.J. 08401. For more information or to register, visit www.AvionicsforNextGen.com.
About Avionics Magazine
Avionics magazine covers all segments of the worldwide aviation electronics industry, including commercial transport, military/space, corporate aircraft, helicopter and general aviation. The magazine reports on technical, business and regulatory developments in all areas of avionics, including free flight, satellite navigation and positioning, airborne systems, ground navigation aids, air traffic control and management, and test and maintenance.
About Avionics for NextGen
Avionics for NextGen will bring together hundreds of professionals from the aviation community, including representatives from major airlines, commercial markets, military, government, and more, to network, collaborate and discuss the technological challenges faced during the implementation of NextGen. For more information, please visit www.AvionicsforNextGen.com.