Aviation Electronics Europe delivers the legacy of a premier platform for the international aviation electronics industry to learn, network and source new information, products and services at one unique annual event, which will take place on 25th-26th March 2015 in Munich, Germany.
Strategically Munich is an excellent location for Aviation Electronics Europe providing great opportunity for the event to continue to grow, in the heart of Europe, where there is a large cluster of related aerospace industry organisations.
BavAIRia is the region’s aerospace cluster, an initiative of the Bavarian State Government, to support stronger links and increase the global competitiveness of its stakeholders. With over 500 members BavAIRia’s goal as a cluster management organisation is to bring together the various stakeholders from industry, science and politics in order to facilitate cooperation projects for strengthening global competitiveness of Bavaria´s aerospace and satellite navigation. For this purpose, bavAIRia offers services regarding state funded research projects, and various activities with regard to human resources, marketing, supply chain integration and internationalisation.
Aviation Electronics Europe offers a leading exhibition and a conference programme with excellent content and discussion, which includes strategic and technical details, delivering high level and quality presentations for both the commercial and defence sectors, fixed wing and rotorcraft.
Single European Sky and NextGen continue to dominate the aerospace industry, with targets of ensuring the utilisation of technology to increase traffic, improve aircraft and control communications whilst enhancing safety in an ever increasingly busy sky.
The support of BavAIRia provides a natural strategic fit for the organisations high technology companies of the aerospace industry, where Aviation Electronics and Avionics plays a key role in its development.
Adrian Broadbent, Event Director and owner of Aviation Electronics Europe, said, “We are delighted with BavAIRia confirming their endorsement and support of Aviation Electronics Europe, which will bring great mutual benefit. The Aviation Electronics Europe conference aims to discuss the hot topics and issues of the day to look at how the industry ensures consistency, integration and reliable communication between and across the different platforms to meet common objectives.”
For further information on Aviation Electronics Europe visit www.ae-expo.eu.