BADA User Conference 2017
We are delighted to invite our users to the 2017 BADA Conference.
At this annual rendez-vous we bring together BADA users from air navigation service providers, aircraft manufacturers, R&D bodies and the ATM support industry, to discuss the evolution strategy that will keep BADA at the forefront of the aircraft performance modeling domain. The event is an ideal opportunity to learn more about the technical aspects of the BADA aircraft performance model and its capabilities. Moreover, it is a forum of fellow aviation professionals from various air traffic domains to share, learn, discuss and network.
This year's conference is hosted by the NATS at their Prestwick Control Centre in Scotland (UK). This gives our participants a unique opportunity for a sneek peak at the OPS room of one of the biggest area of controlled airspace in Europe.
Since the last user conference in Washington, the BADA team has kept up the pace of translating identified requirements and innovative ideas into actions. The first day of the conference will focus on the results of that work with details about the latest developments and results.
Past experiences have confirmed that the most precious moments of the BADA conferences are lively discussions and inspiring presentations from the participants.
The conference's second day will be fully dedicated to this and it will start with a “Just one minute presentation” session. All participants will be invited to prepare one minute long presentation to introduce themselves and their work as an efficient way of getting to know each other at the beginning of the Conference
Present at the event
Furthermore, we invite submissions to make presentations, either as a speaker or via a poster. Speakers should expect to present for 20 minutes to share their challenges and experience, their lessons learnt and best practices in using BADA. This can be both from R&D simulations and modeling domain or frontline real-life air traffic operations. Further instructions are provided when you regsiter for the event.