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    The 2015 Helitech International Education Programme provided both visitors and exhibitors a platform to network with key thought leaders within the industry.

    With The Business and Strategy Conference, EHA Rotorcraft Seminars, Saftey Workshop, and the introduction of the Learning & Skills zone, the programme showcased the latest news, updates and discussions within the industry.

  • Business and Strategy Conference

    Key highlights from the Business and Strategy Conference included:

    • Business Leaders Forum
      A round table discussion of the key business and strategy issues facing the rotorcraft industry
    • Future Proof
      Exploring the key technology, finance and training issues that has an impact on the rotorcraft sector.
    •  Focus On 
      Looking into the topic of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), how the rotorcraft businesses can capitalise on their existing expertise to transform a competitor into new opportunities for their growing business.

    View the full list of key speakers and sessions.

    EHA Rotorcraft Seminars

    Hosted by the EHA, with focus on rulemaking and air traffic management:

    • Keynote Address
      EASA's Flight Path: Towards better serving the industry by Luc Tytgat, Director at European Aviation Saftey Agency gave a great insight into the evolution into the structure and satragety of the EASA.
    • A scientific study on crew fatigue during HEMS Operations
      The final of seminar of the day, providing information on an on going project 'fatigue in Norwegian air ambulance service', led by Anette Harris, Associate Professor, PhD, University of Bergen.

     Find out more on the 2015 EHA Rotorcraft Seminars.

    Safety Workshop

    Enhancing situational awareness and making better decisions:

    • Keynote Session
      Captain "Winkle" Brown adressed a well attended keynote, giving invaluable insights into how being prepared for flight has veen one of his secrets to success. Sharing incredible stories within the industry.
    • Training
      A workshop let by Captain Rick Newson, Flight Operations Manager, CAA. Reviewing all the issues and concerns that are raised with the introduction of automated systems and cockpits.


    View the full 2015 Safety Workshop schedule.

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