Keynote speakers for Military & Aerospace Electronics Forum and Avionics USA confirmed
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By John McHale
SAN DIEGO–Leaders from the defense and commercial aviation communities will deliver the keynote addresses at the Military & Aerospace Electronics Forum and Avionics USA conferences and exhibitions. Both events will take place on June 1 and 2, 2009 at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego.
Frank Gordon, head of the Navigation and Applied Sciences Department, at the United States Navy Space and Warfare Command (SPAWAR) Systems Center in San Diego will kick off the Military & Aerospace Electronics Forum at 8:40 a.m. on June 1.
Concurrently, Tim Tuttle of Boeing Commercial Airplanes in Long Beach, Calif., opens the inaugural Avionics USA event, also scheduled to begin at 8:40 a.m. on June 1.
Frank Gordon, head of the Navigation and Applied Sciences Department, at the U.S. Navy Space and Warfare Command (SPAWAR) Systems Center in San Diego is keynoting the Military & Aerospace Electronics Forum on June 1.
Avionics USA marks the expansion of the popular, annual Avionics conference and exposition, most recently held this past March in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. It will be co-located with the Military & Aerospace Electronics Forum. Both shows will share an exhibit floor, but have two separate conferences.
To register for the Military & Aerospace Electronics Forum, go to https://www.pennwellregistration.com/online/LoginServlet?confId=315.
To register for Avionics USA, visit http://www.avionics-usa.com/index/registration-information.html.
Session topics at the Military & Aerospace Electronics Forum include: commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) integration challenges, software-defined radio technology, counterfeit parts, anti-tamper technology, trusted sources of supply, information assurance, and International Traffic in Arms (ITAR) issues.
Session topics at Avionics USA include: next-generation air traffic management, runway incursion, electronic flight bags, layered information assurance for avionics systems, certification and standards for future avionics systems, avionics components standards, cost benefit analysis of implementing performance-based navigation, avionics upgrades, and obsolescence.
The events are brought to you by Military & Aerospace Electronics magazine (www.milaero.com) and the Avionics Intelligence Web site and electronic newsletter (www.avionics-intelligence.com). The Avionics Intelligence Web site and e-newsletter cover various aspects of both commercial and defense avionics.
For more information on exhibiting at Avionics USA 2009, contact Jeff Gallagher in the U.S. at 603-891-9147 or email@example.com. For International accounts, contact Gareth Watkins at 44 (0) 1992 656 672 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For further information on Avionics USA, visit www.avionics-usa.com.
For additional information on the Military & Aerospace Electronics Forum, visit www.milaeroforum.com.