The quality of the speakers who have been invited to discuss these various subjects promises a most interesting and informative event.
EUROCAE announced the 2022 Symposium to be held in a hybrid format on 28-29 April 2022, at InterContinental Warsaw. Aside from being located at one of the most vibrant aviation manufacturing hubs in the world – Warsaw – the event gathers top industry leaders and regulators from around the world, focus on recent aviation developments and how the global aviation community is addressing overall targets for a safe, efficient, and more sustainable aviation.
This year’s edition of the Symposium will feature some of the most topical developments in aviation, grouped under six dynamic sessions:
Panel 1 – Air Taxis – concept or reality?
Panel 2 – How Are Aviation Stakeholders Preparing for (EU) 2021/664?
Panel 3 – UAS Technology
Panel 4 – Ensuring Cyber Resilience: developments in this ever-changing domain
Panel 5 – Sustainable Aviation Technologies
Panel 6 – Space – the new frontier
The quality of the speakers who have been invited to discuss these various subjects promises a most interesting and informative event. At this year's Symposium, is expected the participation of Airbus, Clean Aviation Joint Undertaking (CAJU), DG DEFIS – GNSS, EASA, EUROCONTROL, European Defence Agency (EDA), ESG Elektroniksystem- und Logistik, FOCA, Fraport, Frequentis, Honeywell, Indra, Leonardo, Netherlands Aerospace Centre (NLR), PANSA, RTCA, SESAR 3 Joint Undertaking (SJU), Thales, Volocopter, and many more.
Following the tradition, the Awards Night is organised to recognise outstanding leadership and contributions to our Working Groups. The winners from the following categories will be inducted on 28 April: Lifetime Achievement Award, Working Group Leadership Award, Global Harmonisation Award, Best Contribution Award, International Contribution Award, and 2022 President’s Award.
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