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The issue of transport security is always top of mind for government, corporations and private citizens around the world.
Internationally, we've experienced major incidents like September 11, the London Bombings, Mumbai attacks & others. There has been...
In 2015 we will explore the commercial opportunities, realities and challenges surrounding regional airports; offering you the opportunity to hear about latest projects and strategies that are driving the commercial success of Australia’s leading regional...
The forum will discuss topics like The challenges of aviation training in new era; Aviation English Training; Evidence based training; Human factors and technology in training; The selection of pilots and primary training; MPL program; as well as other ho...
the industry leading-edge Civil Avionics International Forum 2015(CAIF 2015) will be held in Shanghai during April 21st - 23rd, 2014,focusing on “More Reliable, More Safety and NextGen Avionics”, sharing the latest industry insights, hoping the CAIF serie...
MilSatCom Asia-Pacific 2015 will boast a tailored programme based on current issues across MilSatCom covered by a series of regional and international speakers.
Civil Aerospace Congress 2015
Despite the extensive global attention and resources to countering national and international terrorism, Australia's national security organisations face the ongoing challenges of preventing and responding to the continually evolving national security env...
NMW is the event that strengthens industry through technology, innovation and education. Colocated with Austech, NMW 2015 will showcase advances in R&D, design, digital and technical innovation, as well as developments in Australia's high tech manufacturi...
Focusing on Upcoming Aero Engine Projects in China
In the next 20 years, China will boast 10,000 aircraft engines demand so that the total value is up to about $ 98 billion.
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