Making the business case for integrating new avionics panel discussion to be held at Avionics & Defence Electronics Europe 2011

MUNICH, Germany, 1 Feb. 2011. A panel discussion on "Making the Business Case for Integrating New Avionics" will be held on the first day of the Avionics & Defence Electronics Europe 2011 conference and exhibition to be held March 16 – 17, 2010 at the M.O.C. Centre in Munich.

Feb 1st, 2011

Posted by John McHale
MUNICH, Germany, 1 Feb. 2011. A panel discussion on "Making the Business Case for Integrating New Avionics" will be held on the first day of the Avionics & Defence Electronics Europe 2011 conference and exhibition to be held March 16 – 17, 2010 at the M.O.C. Centre in Munich.
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Panelists include: Peter Bartels, manager avionics engineering (SPL/WM), KLM Royal Dutch Airlines; Chad Cundiff, vice president of crew interface systems, Honeywell Aerospace; Joel Otto, senior director, commercial systems marketing, Rockwell Collins; and Bertrand Armel, European programs director, ACSS. Chairing the session is Pierre Magro, head of avionics product line for aircraft system upgrades, Airbus.
Other session topics for Avionics Europe include; SES and Future Avionics Systems; Current ATM/Avionics Realities; Avionics Market and Traffic Forecasts, Helicopter Avionics Modernization; and EFBs (electronic flight bags) and Avionics Systems Certification Challenges.
For more information on the event, visit www.avionics-event.com. For exhibiting opportunities contact Jo-Ann Pellegrini in North America by phone at 650-946-3169 and by email at JoAnnP@pennwell.com; and internationally James McAuley at +34 651 675 516 and by email at jmcauley@pennwell.com.

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