Aerospace Testing Seminar

2017 Aerospace Testing Seminar
"Next Generation Testing"
March 20-23, 2017
Renaissance Los Angeles Airport, Los Angeles, California


Developing space systems in today’s competitive environment continuously puts pressure on aerospace engineers and managers to balance innovation, risk, and mission assurance. With increasing competition, cost, and schedule constraints, we must challenge the status quo. Since 1973, the Aerospace Testing Seminar (ATS) has been the industry leader for collaboration, learning, and sharing groundbreaking innovations, best practices, and solutions to address the challenges facing aerospace testing.


The theme of this seminar, Next Generation Testing, will focus on how to evolve test and verification programs for the future. Topics include test effectiveness and standards, strategies and methodologies, modeling and simulation, innovation in test facilities and equipment, instrumentation and data acquisition, testing of additive manufactured hardware, and management of people and resources. Mark your calendar to join us at the 30th ATS!

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Papers are due soon so you could delete the text about abstracts being due August 1, 2013. 

"Navigating the New Normal in Aerospace Testing" 

As the business landscape is in a constant state of change, tomorrow’s test programs need to respond to the challenges of the present and prepare for the future. The 28th Aerospace Testing Seminar will focus on these challenges and the approaches, facilities and tools to help position space testing in this dynamic environment. For the past 40 years, the Aerospace Testing Seminar has been the space test leader in providing an invaluable forum to learn and share ground breaking innovations, best practices, and solutions to address current challenges facing the aerospace test industry. What’s valuable, what’s effective, what can be eliminated? Topics addressed in the seminar include strategies and methodologies, modeling and simulation, innovation in test facilities and equipment, ground segment testing, and management of people and resources. 


Papers are due soon so you could delete the text about abstracts being due August 1, 2013.