AML-STCs
Avionics Product Certification Workshop
Breaking the Cost Barrier to Avionics Certification
FAA & Industry Rotorcraft Forum



June 25-26, 2013 - 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Register NowModerated by Ric Peri, AEA vice president of government & industry affairs  

Objective:
In cooperation with the Federal Aviation Administration Small Airplane Directorate, this two-day program is predicated on a discussion of a "case for safety" for general aviation aircraft retrofit avionics. Topics for this program include:

  • Validation procedures for AMLs under the bilateral aviation safety agreements between the U.S. and Europe, as well as Canada.
  • Alternate means of compliance to 23.1309.
  • Where are the true hidden costs of certification/MOC for avionics (EFIS, ADS-B, etc.)?
  • What role production approval plays in the cost equation, and how Part 21 production (PMA) can be scaled for GA retrofit.
  • The role industry standards can play in setting acceptable global standards, and alleviating legal liability for authorities who allow industry to use them for aviation products.
  • Situation for retrofit avionics, from light GA to adding utility to the older commuter aircraft.
  • Scalability of MOC for HIRF, lightning, software to reduce cost/complexity of avionics certification.

FREE for AEA members!

SEATING IS LIMITED TO THE FIRST 60 INDUSTRY PARTICIPANTS!
In order to accommodate as many industry attendees as possible, please limit your company’s attendance to no more than two representatives.

Location

Dan Derby Center for Professional Development
AEA International Headquarters
3570 NE Ralph Powell Road
Lee's Summit, MO 64064
(A suburb of Kansas City, Mo.)

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SEATING IS LIMITED TO THE FIRST 60 INDUSTRY PARTICIPANTS!
In order to accommodate as many industry attendees as possible, please limit your company’s attendance to no more than two representatives.