From 27-28 September 2022, 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.
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 Aerospace Testing Symposium will bring the pages of Aerospace Testing Symposium, i.e. expect to see nothing but presentations from leading experts on how to reduce aircraft failures while improving performance.
With over 36 leading industry experts presenting exclusive papers, the Aerospace Testing Symposium is designed to not only impart knowledge and promote information exchange, but also create a dedicated networking environment for aerospace engineers.
Almost 40 leading industry suppliers of cutting-edge test and measurement technologies and services are expected to be exhibiting their wares alongside the conference programme that features 36+ speakers.