Why Should I Attend?

Why attend the Rotorcraft Business & Technology Summit?
8At this year’s event, you will meet leading technology innovators in the rotorcraft industry. You also will get up-to-the minute insider’s briefings about the technology and equipment decisions that demand top-priority consideration in the coming months by helicopter operators seeking to improve their market position and financial performance and stay at the top of their game within their respective markets – from mandated equipment options and strategies to the latest innovations that save time, save money and save lives.

Who should attend?

  • Helicopter owners and operators in any market – private, corporate, commercial, government, public service and military. Owners, top management, and top-level equipment and installation professionals, including DERs and ODAs.
  • Rotorcraft equipment suppliers providing technology solutions – Owners, top management, DERs, and design engineers.
  • Airframe manufacturers – Senior-level management and design/certification engineers, DERs and ODAs.
  • Government regulators – FAA, EASA, CAA, JAA agency representatives and subject matter specialists at the federal, rotorcraft directorate and regional levels and Flight Standards District Offices and Aircraft Certification Offices dealing with rotorcraft equipment certifications.
  • Completion, integration and installation service providers tasked with getting new technology solutions and equipment onto the aircraft on time, on budget and according to all the regulations. Owners, top management, installation and certification managers, including DERs.

What will you do?

12aThe day-and-a-half Rotorcraft Business & Technology Summit will give you the opportunity to spend quality time in a small-group environment, learning about the latest technology, having your questions answered and exchanging ideas with subject matter experts, government regulators and new equipment providers, along with other operators who are pushing the bounds of technology use within rotorcraft operations.

What topics will be covered this year?

  • Information sharing, health and usage monitoring systems and flight data monitoring
  • Actual business cases for drones as a commercial opportunity
  • Low-level flight infrastructure, including heliports, weather reporting and routes
  • Certification hurdles and streamlining efforts
  • Best marketing practices to build demand for your products, including the use of social media

All sessions are specifically tailored to address the business and financial implications of these important technology and equipment decisions in the near-term, as well as the long-term.


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