Major OEMs and suppliers join Aerospace Test & Development Show


Airbus, Rolls-Royce, Honeywell and Element are among the myriad of high-profile companies that have already signed up to exhibit their latest test and validation products at the inaugural Aerospace Test & Development Show which takes in Toulouse, France, from 19-20 September this year.

The Show, which is being organized by the publishers of Aerospace Testing International, is the only one of its kind, bringing together the aerospace supply chain across aviation and space, military and commercial sectors to discuss and showcase the latest technologies, techniques, services and trends in testing and certification.

World renown test-industry companies signed up to exhibit at the Aerospace Test & Development Show now include leading test and measurement companies NI, Testia and Safran, while other major companies exhibiting include HBK, MOOG, Kistler, and MDS Aero.

Furthermore, visitors will be able to see and discuss first-hand the latest solutions from a range of companies involved in the many aspects of testing, from NDT companies such as Carestream, North Star Instruments and VJ Technologies, to avionics test such as Hendsoldt Nexeya and United Electronic Industries to name but a few.

With leading sensor and instrumentation companies, computer modeling and simulation software suppliers, power and electrical systems, mechanical and EMC testing companies all exhibiting, the Show is a one-stop shop for those interested in aerospace testing and development. Indeed, some 100-plus companies are expected to exhibit, with 60 companies already committed at the time of writing.

Meanwhile, the exhibition is supported by a no-cost conference, which is being organized by the Aerospace Testing International editorial team. Speakers include Mark Henning, Autoflight Europe; Raphael Rougeot, European Space Agency; Niel Loftus, Airbus; Anthony Goff, Dassault Systemes; and Martina Lofqvist from Destinus. In all, there will be 30 experts presenting exclusive and free-to-attend presentations.

Tom Eames, event manager for the Aerospace Test & Development show and Aerospace Testing International magazine’s publishing director said, “We are very excited to welcome aerospace testing professionals from all over the world to Toulouse this year. We have been overwhelmed by the interest from our readers and indeed the whole industry in the event.

“The conference is oversubscribed and floor space is filling up fast, so please do contact us as soon as possible if you want to have a role in what we are confident will be an important fixture in the aerospace sector’s diary.”

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