Preliminary Conference Programme
DAY ONE – Tuesday 19th June 2018
9:00am – 10:30am – Opening Keynote
11:00am – 12:30pm – Getting Back to Basics
With the latest technologies and systems, new ideas and phrases, are we losing sight of where we need to start? In this session we outline some of the fundamentals we need to know and understand in the testing process.
Chair: Joy Finnegan, Editor, Aviation Maintenance Magazine
- Marcco Capaccio, Parts & Appliances Section Manager, EASA*
- Paul Hart, Curtiss Wight
- Overview of Virtual Flight Testing Technology, Past, Present and Future – Ivan Burdun, President Aixtree & Alexander Grebenkin, Head of Dept, Moscow Institute of Electromechanics and Automatics
- Application of Endoscopic Diagnosis in Maintenance on the Condition of Aircraft Engines – Stefan Jankovic, Aircraft Accident Expert, Federal Inspectorate for Civil Aviation
2:00pm – 3:30pm – Updating Legacy Architecture
With many aircraft still running legacy systems, upgrading modern technologies into existing architecture provides its own unique challenges. Ensuring legacy systems can accommodate and cope with the latest of technologies efficiently is essential for maintaining operational aircraft and profitability.
Chair: Matt Jackson, Presagis
4:00pm – 5:30pm – Simulation & Modelling
Simulation & Modelling can aid testing validation prior to investing in the expense of prototype developments. How can we improve the simulation and testing environment to enhance expected results in the testing and certification stage?
Chair: Mirko Jakovljevic, TTTech
- Continuous Testing: From SW Unit Testing to Systems Validation – Ingo Nickles, Senior Field Application Manager, Vector Software
- Improving Fatigue-Durability Life Estimation of Aerospace-Aviation Materials – Ronnie Bolick, Applied Nano Solutions
- Matt Jackson, Presagis
- Application of Random Verification in DO-254 Projects – Oliviera Stojanovic, Senior Staff Verification Engineer, HDL Design House