17-May-2012 Source: Royal Aeronautical Society
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In light of a number of recent accidents and incidents involving civil and military helicopters, this timely Conference will evaluate the role that flight simulation can play in rotary wing mission training and how this may avert future disasters. Flight Simulation provides an increasingly cost effective solution, with the capability to train for the increasing variety of challenging missions that helicopter crews are facing.
The Flight Simulation & Rotorcraft groups are organising this conference with the aim of mapping out a way forward for helicopter mission training by reviewing current military and civil experiences, the latest technology and techniques as well as looking at ways to maximise training effectiveness.
The Conference will open with a keynote address fromCapt Giles Porter, Head of Flight Operations Inspectorate (Helicopters, General Aviation and Dangerous Goods), CAA, UK.
To view theÂ fullÂ programme of speakersÂ click here
Edwin A Link Lecture
Wg Cdr Richard Eastment OBE, will give the annualEdwin A Link Named LectureÂ looking atÂ A Journey Through Flight Simulation. For more information about this free Named Lecture and to register clickÂ online
We look forward to welcoming you to the Society!
RAeS Conference & Events Team