Last chance to register for the Aerospace Testing Symposium 2022


When: September 27 & 28, 2022

Where: Farnborough International Exhibition and Conference Centre, UK

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Plus use the special reader discount code ATS35 for a 35% reader discount of £645

The world’s only dedicated aerospace test and development conference and exhibition takes place in Farnborough, UK next week.

From 27-28 September 2022, the Aerospace Testing Symposium will bring together aerospace component, aircraft manufacturers and air-defense system makers to discuss technologies, techniques, and services that reduce product development cycles and costs as well as improve performance and reliability.

Building on the success of the first event last year in London, this year the Symposium moves to the UK’s home of aerospace – Farnborough, Surrey. The International Exhibition and Conference Center at Farnborough will provide a bigger and better space for industry professionals to meet and discuss the latest testing technologies and trends.

Aerospace Testing Symposium Day One County Hall, London 2021

The Symposium will feature a wide range of companies exhibiting their latest and next-generation aerospace testing systems and services, tackling the two great challenges the industry has faced in recent history. One of those challenges is the increased scrutiny on product-development procedures and the other is the need to reduce development costs without reducing performance, durability or quality.

During the two day conference delegates can expect to see presentations from some of the best-known, most qualified experts on aerospace testing procedures and technologies. Topics to be covered during sessions include NDT, simulation, modeling, NVH, emissions, quality and durability, engines, data acquisition and telemetry, as well as flight and performance testing. Presentations will cover component, systems and complete-aircraft testing.

Industry speakers

Aerospace Testing Symposium Day One County Hall, London 2021

Key figures from research associations, testing houses, and aircraft manufacturers are presenting papers on testing case studies and innovative testing procedures and technologies. Attending the Aerospace Testing Symposium can help you make informed decisions on what technologies and systems to invest in, as well as improve your product’s performance and durability.

The Symposium brings together manufacturers of aerospace components, complete aircraft, space exploration vessels, urban-and inter-urban passenger drones, and air-defense.
Heads of R&D, development and research engineers, aerospace designers and test and validation chiefs from the world’s commercial and general aviation aircraft, spacecraft, and air-defense system manufacturers will be greeted by
aisle-upon-aisle of the latest and next generation test and validation tools, technologies and service providers.

Anyone involved in the development and creation of any aircraft, from commercial airliners, spacecraft, urban mobility craft, general aviation aircraft, and air-defense aircraft and systems will find the content as well as the products and services on offer of interest.

Meet future challenges

Aerospace Testing Symposium Day One County Hall, London 2021

The aviation industry is undergoing significant changes. The advent of new types of aircraft, increased and easier access to space, electrification and new propulsion systems to name but a few are factors increasing the pace of innovation.

Aerospace engineers working in development, test and evaluation can only meet the technical challenges of the next decade equipped with the most advanced tools and processes, combined with the knowledge of how to apply them. The Aerospace Testing Symposium 2022 provides the industry’s only event where testing and development technology and leading experts with the relevant knowledge of aviation and testing can be found under one roof.

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