A conversation on the EASA GA roadmap: The general aviation avionics industry is a key recipient of the EASA GA strategic principles and objectives. Areas of interest to be discussed during this session include easier access to IFR flight; Part-M Light – simpler, better and cheaper rules for aircraft maintenance; CS-STAN – aircraft repairs and changes made easy; industry standards – the re-organization of CS-23; and recently introduced – EASA administrative validation of the FAA basic STCs. Presented by Dominique Roland, EASA champion for the GA roadmap project
An industry discussion about future proposed revisions to CS-STAN. The majority of standard changes recognized by EASA are avionics centric. The AEA will begin a thorough review of the recognized changes and where the agency could go for the next revision. Presented by Ric Peri, AEA v.p. government & industry affairs.
EASA has promised the Notice of Proposed Amendment for Safety Management Systems in Part 145 organizations before the end of the year. During this year’s AEA Connect Conference, we will do a section-by-section review of the NPA with the intent of addressing any of the unacceptable issues and proposing business-centric recommendations to make the proposal better. Presented by Jean-Pierre Arnaud, EASA safety management expert & Jeremie Neveux, EASA airworthiness expert
At the end of August, EASA introduced the B2L licence - a progressive B2 license. The B2L has similar privileges (avionics and electrical systems) as a 'B2' licence but only for non-complex aircraft. The topics covered are similar as the 'B2' licence but excluded are those complex systems typical of commercial air transport aircraft. The 'B2L' is based on systems ratings. The licence holder can increase their privileges by adding new system ratings at any time. A thorough review and examination of the new B2L will be discussed. Presented by Ric Peri, AEA v.p. government & industry affairs.
Morning Break Sponsored by Kuerzi Avionics AG
12 p.m. - 1 p.m.
Sponsored by Aspen Avionics
1 p.m. - 2 p.m.
S-TEC 3100 Digital Autopilot Installation - The S-TEC 3100 has earned several STCs over the last few months, join us for training on installation and configuration tips and tricks.
Afternoon Break Sponsored by Satair USA Inc.
2 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
OEM Product Info Sessions
Trig Avionics Limited
3:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.
Exhibit Hall Open
Drinks Sponsored by Satcom Direct
AEA Dinner Event
Join fellow attendees for our traditional group dinner at the historic Peters Brauhaus located in the Old Town area of Cologne. Well-known for its historical revival of the Old Cologne brewery Zum Kranz, this delightful restaurant not only offers world-famous Kölsch beer, but also delicious menu items. The restaurant is a short walk across the bridge from the Hyatt Regency Koln hotel. The ticket for this event is included in a full registration or an exhibitor registration.
Dinner Drinks Sponsored by Gogo Business Aviation
Wednesday, January 23
7:45 a.m. - Noon
AEA Registration Open
8 a.m. - 9 a.m.
BendixKing new product deep dive. AeroVue Touch - WiFi connectivity showcase, AeroPoint - Engine instruments introduction, AeroCruze - New autopilot comparison, AeroFlight - EASA update.
AeroVue Touch: The AeroVue Touch is a fast, simple and powerful flight display with superior craftsmanship for certified aircraft. The AeroVue Touch can be installed as a primary flight display in a new certified aircraft or as a replacement for outdated steam gauges in an existing aircraft. The 10.1” display provides near 4K resolution, the highest in the industry. The display can be used as full screen primary flight display or a split screen primary and multifunction display.
Avionics as a Service - All-Inclusive Subscription Plan available for many BendixKing products including AeroVue™, AeroVue Touch, CNI 5000 ADS-B Out/In retrofit, AeroWave wi-fi satellite communications system and the MST 70B transponder with ADS-B Out. The subscription includes virtually everything: Avionics equipment, installation, equipment repairs, software updates, databases and navigation charts, as well as technical support. Avionics-as-a-Service allows the owner/operator to pay a fixed monthly fee.
9 a.m. - 11 a.m.
Training on IFD550/540/440. Installation and configuration tips and tricks.
Morning Break Sponsored by Astronics
11 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Installation, configuration, and certification training on the new TXi system, G5 and GFC500, GFC600 and relevant topics for dealers.
Lunch Sponsored by Garmin
Afternoon Break Sponsored by Avidyne Corp.
Last updated Friday, January 11, 2019
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