The American Helicopter Society (AHS) Redstone Chapter, with sponsorship from HAI, is hosting a Technical Specialists’ Meeting on Airworthiness, Condition Based Maintenance (CBM), and Health and Usage Monitoring (HUMS) from February 11-13, at the University of Alabama in Huntsville.
The meeting will present applicable technologies that are new to continued airworthiness, current and potential processes, and hardware required for military and civil aircraft airworthiness. Papers will be presented in a variety of technical disciplines related to commercial or military aircraft airworthiness, condition based maintenance, health-monitoring technologies, or certification/qualification of vertical flight aircraft.
You can find out more about the Airworthiness, CBM and HUMS Specialists’ Meeting on the AHS website.
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