AEROTECH® Americas

March 26-28, 2019 │ Charleston, SC, USA

Special Events

The Hangar

Experience the future of the aerospace industry in “The Hangar.” This new event will be featured in the center of the exhibit hall floor, which promises to deliver pioneers and thought leaders from a spectrum of industries who convey technology, ideas, and concepts that go beyond traditional aerospace.

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Flight Deck

A small theater gives attendees unprecedented interaction with new technology from exhibitors. The venue accommodates interactive and one-on-one engineering innovation presentations where engineers and suppliers can discuss the latest mobility products.

Launch Pad

Experience the future of aerospace in the new Launch Pad. Located on the show floor, entrepreneurship at its most innovative is showcased in a new, unique venue. Exhibitors have the invaluable opportunity to win over top executives and buyers in the aerospace industry with their newest products and up-and-coming innovations.

Technical Tour

Tour of Volvo Cars’ first plant in the U.S.

Date: March 29, 2019
Time: 10:00 – 11:30 a.m.
Price: $50  (make selection during event registration)

Student Call for Posters

Deadline:  Jan. 21, 2018

Students are invited to submit an abstract for a poster to be displayed at AEROTECH Americas. Abstract submissions will be evaluated, and authors will be notified in advance of the event. For those accepted, individuals will receive an official letter to attend AEROTECH (travel expenses are not included). Selections will be made by Feb. 15, 2019.

Posters will be displayed throughout the event. A diverse panel of individuals from OEMs, suppliers, and government will be on site to review and provide feedback on your display. SAE will provide an easel, 22- x 28-in foam core board, and adhesive.

Meet the Employers


Aspiring aerospace industry professionals, the Meet the Employers event AeroTech Americas offers students, young professionals or any attendee the opportunity to meet professionals from corporations and government agencies shaping what’s next in aerospace.

Bring your resume to this casual opportunity to interact with organizations with employment and internship opportunities for you. Participating companies and agencies will discuss their organizations---their place in the aerospace ecosystem---and an overview of the opportunities available with time for follow-on discussions with attendees. As a participant, you’ll switch stations every ten minutes to meet new experts and companies.

Please contact Arlene DiSilvio if your company is interested in participating in this activity.
+1-724-772-4060
arlene.disilvio@sae.org
 

Aerospace Awards

Nominate a deserving professional peer for one of the SAE International awards below. Awardees will be honored during the awards luncheon at AeroTech Americas this coming March.

  • Steven M. Atkins Ability and Achievement in Science, Engineering and Technology (AASET) Award
    Honor a disabled individual who through their technical achievements, innovation, leadership, and inspiration has contributed to the aerospace industry.

  • Cliff Garrett Turbomachinery Engineering Award
    The recipient of this award will be a distinguished authority in the field of turbomachinery and/or engineering related to creating, enabling, or advancing applications of turbomachinery in power systems, on-highway, off-highway, aircraft, and/or spacecraft uses.

  • Clarence L. (Kelly) Johnson Aerospace Vehicle Design and Development Award
    This award will honor the distinguished career of an individual who has made significant contributions in the innovative design and development of advanced aircraft and/or spacecraft. Key criteria is the technical value and originality of the contributions.

  • Franklin W. Kolk Air Transportation Progress Award
    Recognize an individual for their unique and outstanding contributions to air transportation and/or to the work of the aerospace technical committees in developing aerospace standards, specifications, technical reports, and data through cooperative research.

  • William Littlewood Memorial Lecture
    Together, SAE and AIAA (American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics) honor an accomplished individual whose distinguished career has made a significant contribution in the field of civil air transportation. The recipient of this award will present a lecture and author a technical paper primarily focused on the technical value and originality of their contributions as they have expanded civil air transportation.

  • Marvin Whitlock Award
    One individual will be honored for his or her outstanding management accomplishment(s) that has resulted in superior aviation maintenance integrity of airline, fixed base, corporate or military aircraft operations.

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