2016 Seminars & Workshops

  • 2016 Seminar and Workshop sessions

    Helitech International 2016 sees the introduction of our new modular style sessions running throughout the show, tailored to fit around your schedule.

    Below is an overview of the 2016 sessions, we will be announcing more information on each of the different seminars and workshops soon!

  •  Business Leaders Forum

    Taking place on the Wednesday morning, this round-table discussion, involving four specially-invited industry leaders, will examine the issues that they predict will have the most impact on the industry's ability to do business in the future.

    Insight Seminars

    Taking place throughout the show, these seminars will deliver business intelligence and mission experiences to help the rotorcraft community tackle the opportunities and challenges ahead in key vertical markets, including UAVs, SAR, and HEMS.

     Technical Workshops

    Running throughout the show, this new element of the programme will offer interactive briefings on technology, fit outs, missions and more. Hosted by industry leading OEMs and those involved in the supply chain, these will provide operators with useful and actionable insights.


  • Operators Forum

    New for 2016:  A networking opportunity for operators to talk informally with their peers about the biggest issues and challenges currently faced. We want the operators to set the agenda themselves, submit your topic sugestions below to help finalise the discussions for this year!

    Submit your answers

     EHA Rotorcraft Seminars

    The morning session will focus on ‘Developing a greater collaboration’, with Ricardo Génova, Flight Standards Director at the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) delivering the keynote speech. The afternoon will address ‘Tackling the challenges’ in the regulatory environment. 


     Safety Workshop

    Highlighting the vital importance of safety in rotary wing operations, the theme for 2016 will be ‘Safety awareness: A changing landscape!?’ The main focus will be on new and evolving threats and challenges, both onshore and offshore.


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