The INAIR conference is a forum in which Industry and Academia meet to exchange ideas and set up common challenges. The interaction between researchers and industry representatives is key in order to come up with innovative solutions for the challenges of the future. INAIR 2016 will be hosted by the Air transport department in Vienna on November 10-11, 2016.
Air Transport is nowadays mainly covered in topics like airport planning (infrastructure development); the criteria of success are defined in terms of number of runways, apron stands, terminal facilities etc. Airport capacity shortage requires optimal usage of existing infrastructure. The impact of climate change and resource shortage increases the complexity. Aviation has to optimize its overall capacity usage within even tighter constraints. Resilience of the aviation system is becoming a big issue; reliability of schedules and procedures for all stakeholders involved (including passengers and local communities in the airports neighborhood) is at stake. Disturbances due to severe weather, technical issues etc. might cause huge delays and costs. Solving these challenges require a mind shift towards changing and optimizing processes, innovation in infrastructure usage, logistics and cooperation between partners.
Innovation in aviation is often a challenge that needs to be addressed while respecting the inherent technical restrictions without compromising safety and security. The topic of the 2016 INAIR conference is to address this challenge and the subjects will try to answer the following questions among others:
Information for authors:
Abstracts should be up to 300 words long, in English language, text only. Aside from the abstract, the author should provide at least 3 keywords. The full paper should not exceed 4000 words and the maximum number of pages should be 8, including abstract, figures and references. The template for full papers submission can be downloaded here. Presentation of the paper should last up to 15 minutes, including the time provided for discussions. POSTER - The A1 size poster measures 59.4 x 84.1cm, 23.39 x 33.11 inches
(PİLOT EĞİTİMİNDE ÜNİVERSİTE, Turkey)
(Air Transport Department, University of Žilina)
(Politecnico di Torino)
(KM Flight Research and Training)
Sorin Eugen Zaharia
(University Politehnica of Bucharest)
(Polish Air Force Academy)
Manager/Technical Sales – Vestergaard Company A/S
Author: DI(FH) Ingrid Kernstock, M.A.
Author: Giorgio Gulieri, Gianluca Ristorto
Author: Robert O. Walton, PhD
Author: Prof. Tony Kazda
Author: University Prof. Sorin Eugen Zaharia
Author: Manuel Félix, Vasco Reis
Author: Martin Steinheimer, Carlos Gonzaga-Lopez, Christian Kern, Markus Kerschbaum, Lukas Strauss, Kurt Eschbacher, Martin Mayr, Carl-Herbert Rokitansky
Author: Jan Pojezny, M.Sc. Mech. Eng.
Author: Miriam Jarošová
Author: Ing. Miroslav Bartoš
Author: Karin Mesarosova
New Economic Education for Air Transport Managers: Gaps, Challenges and Response of University of Žilina
Author: Anna Tomová
Author: Jenni Fernando
Author: Şükrü YEŞİLER
Author: Mate Gjorgjievski, Branko Kochovskiv
Author: Georg Trausmuth
Author: Matija Sužnjević, Petar Andraši, Doris Novak
Author: Martin Hawley, Karol Gőtz, John Hird, Chris Machin
SELECTED ASPECTS OF APPLYING MODERN TECHNOLOGIES IN AVIATION TRAINING, EXEMPLIFIED BY POLISH AIR FORCE ACADEMY IN DĘBLIN
Author: Doc. Eng. Jarosław KOZUBA, PhD.
Author: Vilmos SOMOSI
Juliana Blašková, Antonín Kazda
Air Transport Department is an educational and research workplace of the University. Educational, research and consultation activities of the Department are oriented at air transport operation, management of air traffic services, satellite systems, a/c maintenance, economics, airport design and operations, air transport security and safety. The Department provides Bachelor, Master, PhD. Courses and offers ab initio pilot training to ATPL frozen level combined with academic education. The department is an ACI recognized educational institution and member of the EASN.