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Operational Test & Evaluation vs Experimental Flight Test

A session at Operational Test & Evaluation vs Experimental Flight Test

Following from its successful conference series, SMi Group are proud to introduce its masterclass taking place on 11th December 2014 in Central London.

As the vast majority of flight test activity at traditional flight test centres and operational evaluation units now comprises systems test and evaluation, rather than envelope expansion testing, we examine the case for more specific training in systems procurement, evaluation, integration and testing.

Full flight test training is expensive, time consuming and unnecessary for the vast majority of tasks associated with these processes; moreover, many flight test centres and operational evaluation units employ current front line pilots with the task of conducting integration test and evaluation, but without any specific task related training. We examine the potential benefits of providing bespoke training in OT&E (and DT) to personnel employed in military and commercial procurement, test and evaluation.

The Masterclass will be hosted by:

Ibis Aerosystems Training and SCT Avionics & Training

Why You Need to Attend:

Gain knowledge of flight test sequences
Gain a better understanding of how OTE training can benefit design, procurement and integration processes
Gain a better understanding of how military and commercial organisations can become more efficient with in service test and integration processes
Gain knowledge of cost effective alternative solutions to your flight test and development needs

Category: Conferences | Government & Social Sector | Defence & Military

Price: Masterclass Price: 599

Speakers: Simon Turner, Operational Training Director Ibis Flight Test & SCT Avionics and Training

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When

Date Thu 11th December 2014

Short URL

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Official event site

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