UK Aerospace and Defence Forum

20 Jun - 20 Jun 2017
Royal Berkshire Conference Centre, Madejski Stadium, Reading, UK

The National Instruments Aerospace & Defence Forum 2017 is a one-day industry conference dedicated to managers leading projects in the aviation, aerospace and defence industries. The event will feature inspiring keynotes on industry trends, technical presentations, technology demonstrations and customer solutions for particular technical challenges.

Focus and topics of the event:

  • High frequency and RADAR technologies

  • Software-Defined-Radio Spectrum monitoring, recording and analysis

  • Development and testing of navigation systems (GNSS)

  • Test benches for mechanical and electrical assemblies

  • Hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) testing in the aerospace industry

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Date 20 Jun - 20 Jun 2017
Location Royal Berkshire Conference Centre, Madejski Stadium, Reading, UK
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