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EUROCONTROL Stakeholder Forum on aviation standardisation

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Stakeholder forum

In this webinar, we take a critical look at standardisation, focusing on the role that standards should play in closing the industrialisation gap between research and deployment, and in supporting the future development of aviation.

We explore the following big question:

What needs to be done to ensure that the future standardisation framework is both efficient and fit-for-purpose to deliver a sustainable, modernised aviation system?

To help us build a clear picture of the latest developments and regulations, and the way ahead for aviation standards in Europe, we have lined up a panel of influential experts from leading aviation organisations.

They will be tackling the big questions for standardisation, including:

  • Can standards live up to political expectations and successfully support the development of a sustainable aviation system?
  • How can we successfully overcome the industrialisation gap in aviation projects?
  • What are the main challenges that need to be addressed to deliver the standardisation framework of the future?
  • How can the planners, customers and developers of standards work together to deliver that framework?
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EUROCONTROL Stakeholder Forum on aviation standardisation

What needs to be done to ensure that the future standardisation framework is both efficient and fit-for-purpose to deliver a sustainable, modernised aviation system?

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About this event

In this webinar, we take a critical look at standardisation, focusing on the role that standards should play in closing the industrialisation gap between research and deployment, and in supporting the future development of aviation.

We explore the following big question:

What needs to be done to ensure that the future standardisation framework is both efficient and fit-for-purpose to deliver a sustainable, modernised aviation system?

To help us build a clear picture of the latest developments and regulations, and the way ahead for aviation standards in Europe, we have lined up a panel of influential experts from leading aviation organisations.

They will be tackling the big questions for standardisation, including:

  • Can standards live up to political expectations and successfully support the development of a sustainable aviation system?
  • How can we successfully overcome the industrialisation gap in aviation projects?
  • What are the main challenges that need to be addressed to deliver the standardisation framework of the future?
  • How can the planners, customers and developers of standards work together to deliver that framework?

Panellists

Alain Leroy, Chief Engineer, EASA
Alain Leroy

Chief Engineer

Bruno Ayral
Bruno Ayral

Director ATC Product Line Europe Thales Land and Air Systems (LAS) And President EUROCAE

Robin Garrity
Robin Garrity

Senior External Affairs Officer

"I look forward to moderating what promises to be a fascinating discussion as aviation embarks on a new journey in standards development."

Moderator
Philip Hughes
Philip Hughes

Head of European Aviation Plans, Cooperation & Stakeholder Support

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