The symposium is a hybrid event, taking place both in London and online via our virtual conference platform!

Reduce product failures, compress development cycles, and increase performance and efficiency

Bringing the pages of Aerospace Testing International to life, the Symposium will focus on aircraft, UAVs, and airborne defense system, NDT, NVH measurement, emission testing, quality and durability testing, product validation, and data acquisition and management.

From 29-30 September 2021, the Aerospace Testing Symposium will bring together aerospace component, aircraft manufacturers and air-defense system makers to discuss technologies, techniques, and services that will reduce product development cycles and costs as well as improve performance and reliability.

The symposium, which will also feature a wide range of companies exhibiting their latest and next-generation aerospace testing systems and services, tackles the fact that the industry has faced two great challenges in recent history: one being increased scrutiny on product-development procedures and the other being the need to reduce development costs without reducing performance, durability or quality.

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What to expect?

Delegates can expect to see presentations from some of the best-known, most-qualified experts on aerospace testing procedures, hacks, and technologies. The focus is on testing and validation technologies and services that include but are limited to NDT, simulation, modeling, NVH, emissions, quality and durability, engines, data acquisition and telemetry, as well as flight and performance testing. Presentations will cover both component and complete-aircraft testing. 

With key figures from research associations, testing houses, and aircraft manufacturers presenting papers on testing case studies and innovative testing procedures and technologies, attending the Aerospace Testing Symposium can help you make informed decisions on what technologies and systems to invest in as well as improve your product performance and durability.

The Symposium will be co-located with London to Sydney in five hours: the future of aviation, a conference that is dedicated to the development and fruition of supersonic and hypersonic commercial flight technologies. Delegates will be able to participate in both conferences at no extra cost.

Webinars:

UEI Webinar: The language of avionics – effectively transmit, process & monitor avionics data - click here to watch >

In this webinar, you will learn how to interface to many industry standard specifications, such as ARINC-429, ARINC-664, MIL-STD-1553, and Serial, using one system and one API to obtain vital mission-critical data.

Modern metrology: Challenges and benefits of Industry 4.0 - click here to watch >

The roundtable will gather experts and industry leaders to discuss how metrology is adapting to the challenges of the digital age and what engineers must do to continue providing reliable and accurate data.

Confirmed Speakers:

Prof. Dragos Axinte (1)

University of Nottingham

Dr. Rashid Ali

Coventry University

Senior Lecture

Luize-Mihaela Avrigeanu

Civil Aviation Authority

Senior Engineer - Aircraft Certification

Prof. Dragos Axinte

University of Nottingham

Professor and Chair of Manufacturing Engineering

Noel Ballot

Safran

Executive Vice-President Sales & Marketing

Lieutenant Colonel Joshua A. Burger

United States Airforce

Program Manager

Geoff Connolly

ITPS Canada

Test Pilot Instructor

Dominick DaCosta

DERS GROUP/FAA Delegated Aviation Engineering

C.O.O

Evgeniy Geylik

Predict AOG Inc

Accountable Manager

Sarah Glanvill

Renishaw

Material Scientist

Yves Govers

DLR - German Aerospace Centre

Team Lead Aeroelastic System Identification

Adam Harris

Rolls-Royce

Global Chief of Test Facilities Engineering

Uwe Hilpert

Wenzel

Product Manager

Vimal Jaiswal

Airbus

Stress Analyst

Aleksandra Jankovic

Pratt & Whitney

Test Engineer & Project Manager

Nick Lay

QinetiQ

Engineering Director Air & Space

Steve Martin

KF Aerospace

Base Manager

Dr. Evans Mogire

Buehler

EMEA Technologies and Laboratory Manager

Dean Moore

Vertical Aerospace

Flight Test Specialist

Dr. Nigel Moss

HSE Science and Research Centre

Aerospace Sector Manager at the Health and Safety Executive

Brett Muehlhauser

NSI

R&D Technical Fellow

Sandro Di Natale

HBK

Product and Application Manager Test & Measurement

Damien O’Neill

Thales

Systems Engineer

Tom O'Hare

Spirit AeroSystems

NDT Manager

Aman Pannu

Frost & Sullivan

Global Practice Leader - Aerospace & Defence

Dr Temoc Rodriguez, Ph.D.

Ricardo

Chief Engineer – Power Electronics, Machines, and Drives

Patrick Quinn

Curtiss-Wright

Product Line Manager for Data Acquisition

Nabil Iben Sobih

Raptor Aerospace

Lead Propulsion Engineer

QinetiQ - Speaker TBC

QinetiQ

Chief Flying Instructor

Dr Richard White

Lucideon

Principal Consultant Materials

Dave Wieland

Southwest Research Institute

Aerospace Structures Manager

How to attend the Aerospace Testing Symposium:

While the UK will be able to safely host physical events come September 2021, we realize that several other countries may have travel restrictions in place. Therefore we are enabling people to attend Aerospace Testing Symposium either physically or virtually.

All content and networking sessions will be available live on our cutting-edge virtual platform, but delegates attending in-person, i.e. in the spectacular London County Hall, will benefit from being able to see a wide range of companies exhibiting their latest and next-generation aerospace testing systems and services.

Please contact us for more information or if you have any questions.