Spring Flying

During this free webinar from Jeppesen, our flying experts will discuss the best ways to prepare not only your aircraft, but also yourself, for springtime flying after being out of the left seat all winter. We’ll discuss the best practices and advice to help you fully prepare for a safe flight.
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Do Tracking Points Improve Baggage Delivery?

Aviation Week

Over the past year, an increasing number of airlines and airports have started to introduce tracking at four key points in the journey with the goal of delivering more accurate baggage handling.Have these additional tracking points helped? This webinar will explore the latest findings and results in baggage tracking and the opportunities tracking offers to improve the baggage experience for passengers.
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Flight Dispatch, Briefing and Journey Log Software Demonstration

Aircraft IT

During the Webinar you will see how skybook assists airlines and operators to make the jump from outdated ops and dispatch processes to a modern, paperless solution that integrates with other core systems, including rostering and flight planning, to provide one portal for all vital flight information and briefing data, including: flight dispatch, crew briefing, airfield situation awareness, weather, NOTAM, RAIM, flight plan, charts, documents, manuals forms and more.
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The Role Of Hypersonic Missiles

Aviation Week

Since 2016, the U.S. has been racing to catch up with Chinese and Russian hypersonic weapons development. But political change has installed a new group of leaders in the Pentagon, including some who are now questioning the relevance and cost of such weapons. This webinar will explain in detail the breadth of the hypersonic weapons portfolio now in development and testing, and debate the operational utility of such weapons versus slower or less maneuverable alternatives in a future conflict.
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DEMAND for UNMANNED® presents: Aircraft and Rotorcraft System Identification Engineering Methods for UAV Applications

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System identification methods are ideally suited for rapidly determining bare-airframe simulation models of fixed-wing and rotorcraft UAVs, since UAV configurations change widely throughout their development process. Also the parameters needed for a physics-based model are often poorly known for UAVs, or the modeling assumptions do to correspond well to the physical characteristics of modern UAV configurations. A full-flight envelope UAV simulation can be obtained from “stitching” together only a few point identification models, obtained from a very limited flight-testing program. This webinar will review the fundamentals of the frequency-response method for UAV aircraft and rotorcraft system identification. Special methods are needed for modern multi-copter or eVTOL configurations with highly redundant controls. Identifications methods and results are illustrated with many recent UAV examples. Particular emphasis is given to the important role of system identification in UAV flight control development, implementation verification, and documentation of performance. The course will review key methods, computational tools, and complimentary reference material. The lecture material will be followed by a question and answer period.
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