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(More) Electric Aircraft

2019-09-24
The next generation of aircraft will be Electric Aircraft and in various configurations that were considered improbable, if not impossible. The new aircraft will result in higher performance, added capability, and in a more reliable platform for both personal and public transportation. This session invites authors to present topics on aircraft, systems, components and technologies.
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(Part 1 of 2) Aerospace Systems and Operations - Aerospace Systems Modeling and Simulation

2018-11-07
The future of the Aerospace Operations requires the development of new technologies and concepts, and the capability to integrate complex systems to satisfy the needs of future aerospace operations. Presentations are solicited in Aerospace Modeling and Simulation. These sessions will provide a forum for international discussion and information on leading-edge research and developments associated with new insights of future concept elements and new technologies in aerospace operations.
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(Part 1 of 2) Avionics SW/HW Certification: DO-178 and DO-254

2018-11-06
The avionics industry has been working to the DO-254 & DO-178 standard for FPGAs, ASICs, PLDs and Hardware designs for systems, avionics LRUs and IMA hardware applications. There are many areas of this standard which are in flux due to the complexities of the technology as well as the changes in the certification policies in commercial and military programs. This session will discuss several areas of current dialog and concern within the certification community as it relates to this standard.
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(Part 1 of 3) Urban Air Mobility - Flying Cars/Roadable Aircraft

2019-03-27
Dual mode personal transportation vehicles and components, focusing on driving and flying capabilities. Required technologies, alternative system configurations, designs under development, prototype hardware, and in-flight performance of remote controlled models and full size prototypes will be presented.
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(Part 2 of 2) Aerospace Systems and Operations - Aerospace Systems Modeling and Simulation

2018-11-07
The future of the Aerospace Operations requires the development of new technologies and concepts, and the capability to integrate complex systems to satisfy the needs of future aerospace operations. Presentations are solicited in Aerospace Modeling and Simulation. These sessions will provide a forum for international discussion and information on leading-edge research and developments associated with new insights of future concept elements and new technologies in aerospace operations.
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(Part 2 of 2) Avionics SW/HW Certification: DO-178 and DO-254

2018-11-07
The avionics industry has been working to the DO-254 & DO-178 standard for FPGAs, ASICs, PLDs and Hardware designs for systems, avionics LRUs and IMA hardware applications. There are many areas of this standard which are in flux due to the complexities of the technology as well as the changes in the certification policies in commercial and military programs. This session will discuss several areas of current dialog and concern within the certification community as it relates to this standard.
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(Part 2 of 3) Urban Air Mobility - Flight Vehicles

2019-03-27
Single mode personal transportation vehicles, focusing on VTOL configurations. Required technologies, alternative system configurations, designs under development, prototype hardware, and in-flight performance of remote controlled models and full size prototypes will be presented.
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(Part 3 of 3) Urban Air Mobility - Flight Vehicles

2019-03-28
Single mode personal transportation vehicles, focusing on VTOL configurations. Required technologies, alternative system configurations, designs under development, prototype hardware, and in-flight performance of remote controlled models and full size prototypes will be presented.
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8D Problem Solving for Fleet Sustaining Engineering

2019-03-26
Gulfstream G650 and G650ER 300th aircraft milestone came just over five years after the aircraft entered service in December 2012. Both aircraft are capable of an operating speed of Mach 0.925. Fleet Sustaining Engineering teamed with the Continuous Improvement group in Root Cause Investigations (RCI). This 8D problem solving method emerged while investigating a faulty component. In RCIs, fleet data are monitored for performance trending and field service reports are scrutinized for related events. The collected information is organized in an IS – IS NOT matrix by a the RCI team. A new toll started to take shape by integrating the IS – IS NOT analysis with an Ishikawa Chart where fleet data are correlated with possible root causes. At this point, the new tool resembled an Affinity Diagram, except that it integrates the IS NOT boundaries from the IS – IS NOT matrix and the possible causes from the Ishikawa Chart. The toll can be adapted to different projects.
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