The delegate fee includes access to the event, the networking breaks, and the event proceedings. It must be paid in full before the date of the event. The delegate badges will be collected at the registration desk of the event. Substitutions are allowed and cancellations that are received in writing up to 30 days prior to the date of the event will be refunded (-10% administration fee). For more information, please visit the "Terms & Conditions" section.
Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) is an advanced technology system that enhances safety and efficiency benefiting pilots, air traffic controllers, airports and operators. It is the foundation for NextGen by moving from ground radar and navigational systems to precise tracking using satellite signals. With ADS-B, pilots will be able to see other aircraft in the sky, be warned about dangerous weather and terrain conditions, and receive flight information.
This conference will address the following issues:
What is the purpose of ADS-B technology?
What are the new regulations?
How can operators become compliant to fly into ADS-B designated airspace?
When is the deadline for operators to equip?
What is the difference between ADS-B Out and ADS-B In?
What is the cost?
What is the operators' perspective?
What is the OEMs' perspective?
Russell McCaffery, Dean, Transportation Programs, Broward College
Mark Binko, Vice President – COO, National Jets
Alexander Craig, Managing Director, AvRisk
E. Terry Jaramillo, President & CEO, vonJet Aviation Group
Bruce Miller, Sales Director, Vision Aero
Capt. Sakeer C. Sheik, Managing Director, Titan Aviation Group
Danny Santiago, Avionics Manager, Banyan Air Service
Conrad Theisen, Director of Avionics Sales, Elliott Aviation
Anthony Tice, Avionics Supervisor, Banyan Air Service
Joseph Zulueta, ASA, Managing-Partner, Aeronautical Systems