RTCA and EUROCAE are hosting a global summit to address the opportunities and challenges of the evolving aviation frequency spectrum allocations and how they will drive innovation to meet future technology needs. The Global Aviation Spectrum Summit’s objective is to bring together key stakeholders and decision-makers on spectrum allocation, regulation, and usage for a discussion on how aviation can best prepare for the future global environment as technology moves towards more efficient and effective usage of spectrum. The two-day event, streaming live on December 13-14, 2022, is fully virtual and will address current and new entrants’ needs, systems adaptability, how aviation and other industries can work together to maximize the usage and how RTCA and EUROCAE can be responsive to the industry’s needs to create standards for regulators. Speakers have been invited to participate from FAA, EASA and other regulatory bodies as well as manufacturers and other key stakeholders.
Attendance to the Summit is complimentary. Event and registration details: https://reg.eventmobi.com/spectrumsummit
Frequency spectrum is a vital, dynamic, and versatile resource pushing new frontiers in the 21st century. Available spectrum bands are scarce, but new technologies are increasing the benefits available from the connectivity spectrum provides each of us. In aviation and beyond, stakeholder industries need to work together so the uses of spectrum complement each other.
RTCA is a private, not-for-profit association founded in 1935 as the Radio Technical Commission for Aeronautics. The mission of RTCA is to inspire the creation and implementation of integrated performance standards that meet changing global aviation environment and ensure the safety, security, and overall health of the aviation ecosystem. For further information please visit the RTCA website at https://www.rtca.org.
EUROCAE develops high-quality aviation standards, which are built upon the expertise of more than 4500 highly skilled experts nominated by EUROCAE´s 400 European and global members. EUROCAE standards are referenced by all major European and international regulators. They build upon state-of-the art expertise of its members, are fit for purpose and adopted internationally, support operations, development and regulations, and address emerging global aviation challenges. For more details on EUROCAE, please visit: https://www.eurocae.net.