New Frontiers in Unmanned Flight: Hey You, UAV!

GPSworld

Our experts will clarify the confusion, explain product design trends and describe in detail the operation of one new micro-UAV in particular. With the industry poised for the opening of the regulation floodgates to address a growing commercial demand, we will hear from developers, both independent and at large GNSS companies, and from a legal expert who will discuss today’s and tomorrow’s likely regulatory framework.
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Spotlight

With over 700 dead in six accidents in little more than six months, 2014 is likely to be one of the worst years in recent history for commercial aviation.


OTHER ON-DEMAND WEBINARS

Identified Technologies FAA Part 107 Survey Drone Webinar

Identified Technologies

To learn more about survey drones, aerial mapping, and the FAA Part 107 please see our other webinars
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Multiphysics Simulation For The Aerospace Industry

ansys

Modern trends in the development of aircraft and defense vehicles, such as increased power density, miniaturization, lightweighting, advanced materials and environmental sustainability are driving the need for Pervasive Engineering Simulation. Upfront digital exploration and building of digital twins require a comprehensive simulation platform that enables the modeling of complex physical and physics-based interaction of systems. Robust, fast, scalable and versatile workflows for multiphysics simulations offer tremendous value to companies in their product development and operation cycles. This on-demand webinar presents the ANSYS multiphysics solution specifically for the A&D engineer. We will highlight how the ANSYS solution works and showcase fluid-structure interaction (FSI) case studies and examples from the A&D industry.
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Metering with a Focus on Winter Deicing

PASSUR Aerospace

On March 16th, PASSUR hosted a webinar about departure metering, with a focus on winter/deicing operations — part of an ongoing series of webinars we are organizing on a range of topics important to aviation stakeholders.Jason Ciffolillo, Toronto Pearson Airport, gave some background on Toronto Airport. Jason reviewed the problems Toronto is targeting with surface metering:Limited strategic planning for deicing events Extra workload on Resource Management Unit (RMU) and Apron Management Unit (AMU) Extra workload on airlines Gate holds/pushback delays Long queues to the deicing pad Numerous gate returns for fuel Unnecessary cancellations Excess fuel burn.
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Fuel Efficiency Solution for airlines

SkyBreathe

Fuel is the #1 cost for any airline or operator, typically representing more than 30% of the total costs. Regardless of price, there’s a good deal of uncertainty as to long-term fuel market conditions, which means that finding ways to reduce fuel cost will always be critical to success for an airline or operator.
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Spotlight

With over 700 dead in six accidents in little more than six months, 2014 is likely to be one of the worst years in recent history for commercial aviation.

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