AVALON 2017

CONFERENCES

Date: Wednesday 1 and Thursday 2 March 2017

Time: 0900 - 1200

Registration: This event is open to Airshow trade day visitors, exhibitors and conference delegates.

Pre-registration not required to attend Avalon 2017 sessions.

To attend AIAC17 sessions on 27 and 28 February at Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) pre-registration and a registration fee is applicable.

Location: Airshow Conference Centre

The Australian Division of the Royal Aeronautical Society is co-hosting the 17th Australian International Aerospace Congress (AIAC17).

Australia’s premier aerospace forum will take place at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) on Monday 27 and Tuesday 28 February 2017. AIAC17 will facilitate five technical conferences under the one umbrella.

The AIAC17 will be re-convening on-site at the Airshow on the mornings only of Wednesday 1 and Thursday 2 March 2017.

While pre-registration will be required, and a registration fee will apply for AIAC17 sessions at the MCG, access to the two sessions at Avalon 2017 on Wednesday 1 and Thursday 2 March will be free to all registered Airshow trade visitors and exhibitors.

Avalon Program as of 12 January 2017

AIAC17 – TECHNICAL SESSIONS – AVALON Wednesday 1 and Thursday 2 March 2017
CO-CHAIRS: Dr Madabhushi Janardhana and Mr Andrew Chapman

WEDNESDAY 1 MARCH, 2017
– SESSION THEME: Unmanned and Autonomous Systems and Avionics

0900
CHAIR
INTRO AND WELCOME
0905 - 0925
Mr Eili Behar, IAI
System of Systems Test Evaluation
0925 - 0945
Samuel Pruden, RMIT
An Anemometer for UAS-based Atmospheric Wind Measurements
0945 - 1005
Edward M Griffin, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics
Automatic Ground Collision Avoidance System
1005 - 1025
Lanka Bogoda, RMIT
ATS Data Link - Future Use - A Case Study
1025 - 1045
Matt Hederstrom, Varley USA
and Tom Sanders CTSI
MUDBUCKET – Solution for Avionics Integration
1045 - 1105
David Paine, Airbus Group Australia Pacific
FRRES - Fast Roping Rappelling and Extraction System for MRH90
1105 - 1125
John Conway, Raytheon Australia
Integration as a Force Multiplier
1125 - 1145
Trevor Lindars, Thomas Global Systems
Affordable LCD Instrument Upgrades
1145 - 1200
CHAIR
SESSION CLOSE

 

THURSDAY 2 MARCH, 2017
– SESSION THEME: Aeronautics – Structures, Propulsion and Sustainment

0900
CHAIR
INTRO AND WELCOME
0905 - 0925
Jon Wingler, Rolls-Royce Controls
Next Generation Engine Debris Analysis
0925 - 0940
Dr Jason Held, Saber Astronautics
Advances in Current Space Technologies
0940 - 0955
Michael Candon, RMIT
Multi-Fidelity Modelling of a Three-Degree-of-Freedom Aerofoil System with Freeplay and Aerodynamic Nonlinearities
0955 - 1010
Dr Wenyi Wang, DST
Towards Unified Fault Detection for Rotating Machinery
1010 - 1025
Richard Djugum, DST
Advanced High Temperature Materials for Extreme Environments
1025 - 1045
Miguel Borges, Critical Material Curtis-Wright
Airborne Structural Health Monitoring
1045 - 1105
Miroslav Dosen, ETMC Technologies Pty Limited
ETMC Technology Presentation
1105 - 1125
Bruce Crawford, DST
New Tools for Dealing with Corrosion Interactions with Aircraft Structural Integrity
1125 - 1145
Jarrod Hayes-Griss, Advanced Composite Structures Australia
The effects of environment and geometry on aerospace bonded composite joints
1145 - 1200
CHAIR
SESSION CLOSE

 

To view full program including AIAC17 sessions on 27 and 28 February 2017 please refer to the conference website:
View full program here >

Registration:

Pre-registration is absolutely essential to attend sessions on Monday 27 and Tuesday 28 February at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG).

Sessions at Avalon 2017 on Wednesday 1 and Thursday 2 March are open to all registered Airshow trade day visitors, exhibitors and conference delegates.

For a full list of AIAC17 registration fees and inclusions please refer to the website http://aiac17.com/registration

For more information and to register go to www.aiac17.com

For further information:
AIAC17 Congress Office
Phone: +61 3 9321 1790
Email: aiac17@engineersaustralia.org.au

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