SAE 2014 Aerospace Systems and Technology Conference

September 23-25, 2014

Cincinnati, Ohio, USA

Hyatt Regency Cincinnati


Benefits of Attending

  • Gather relevant and stimulating information that you can use to enhance your skills and creativity today
  • Discuss challenges and ideas with your colleagues and leave with invaluable ideas and solutions
  • Share in the vision of current industry leaders and gain clarity and direction
  • Discover the latest offerings from system integrators, top-tier suppliers, and other industry-related companies worldwide

Why should you attend?

  1. Keynotes delivered by KEY INDUSTRY EXECUTIVES
  2. A multi-track technical agenda focused specifically on the LATEST TECHNOLOGIES IN PROPULSION, POWER, and AVIONICS
  3. Networking and interaction with PEERS WORKING ON SIMILAR PROJECTS and with similar challenges and successes

What do you gain?

As the aviation industry continue focus on performance and reducing fuel burn, the boundaries various aircraft systems are increasingly blurred with higher levels of integration from the cockpit to the engine. Bringing these technologies to practical application presents a many challenges, especially in maintaining the industry safety standards. SAE International continues to be at the forefront in providing the most comprehensive review of current issues affecting the advancement of more-electric airplane technologies to today's engineers.

The industry and government organizers and SAE International has focused on meeting the needs of our aircraft designers. By attending this event, you will gain the insight from industry leaders you need to keep you and your organization informed on industry trends and developments.

Who should attend

  • Technical Executives
  • Engineering/Program managers
  • Chief engineers
  • Design engineers
  • Materials engineers
  • Manufacturing engineers
  • Test/Flight test engineers
  • Electrical engineers
  • Avionics engineers
  • Project engineers
  • Engineering technicians
  • Government regulators
  • Researchers
  • Academia
  • Marketing and sales
  • Media
  • Government officials

Key Areas of interest:
  • Aerospace electronics
  • Avionics
  • Power systems
  • Electric/electronic components and distributors
  • Electric systems
  • Propulsion systems
  • Safety systems
  • Space systems
  • Unmanned aerial vehicle systems
  • Prognostics/diagnostics