FLIGHT TEST SAFETY WORKSHOP - Ingolstadt, Germany
4 - 6 November 2014
Technical Session 1: Risk Management - How we do it.
Boeing Test and Evaluations SMS - How we do it, Lessons learned, The future.
Erich Mahr, Boeing
Flight Safety at Flight Test Manching
Michael Vankann, Airbus Defence and Space
Marshall Aerospace Flight Test Safety Management
Claudine Maurin, Marshall Aerospace
Airbus Helicopters Flight Test Safety Management
Christoph Schlüter and Matthias Klein, Airbus Helicopters
Engineering Systems Inc. Safety Management Processes
Ryan Osteroos, Engineering Systems Inc.
Airbus Flight Test Safety Management
Etienne de Malleray, Airbus
Gulfstream Flight Test Safety Management
Paul Donovan, Gulfstream
Technical Session 2: Lessons learned from incidents and accidents.
NLR Flight Test and SMS: what to measure?
Robert Tump, National Aerospace Laboratory (NLR), Amsterdam
Reflections on the morning's presentations.
Breaking the chain of unfortunate circumstances – in the very last moment
Josef Gietl, Airbus Defence and Space
Implementation of Safety Management System principles in flight testing
Kamil Kosacki, Jerzy Bakunowicz
Tomasz Rogalski, Rzeszow University of Technology
Technical Session 3: Risk management of flight test campaigns
Kick the tire, catch the wire Test Certification Trials for two Emergency Arrestment Systems
Markus Rüdinger, Bundeswehr Flight Test Centre WTD61
Safety Risk Management during Flight Test of the F-16 Automatic Air Collision Avoidance System
Michael Pacini and Jessica Peterson, US Air Force
Chris Worning, Airbus Defence and Space
Technical Session 4: Future Challenges
Why do Smart Pilots Crash Smart Airplanes?
Risk Management for the flight test of an optionally piloted helicopter
Antoine van Gent and Volker Bau, Airbus Helicopters
Training and Automation - A Winning Combination
Rogers Smith, Smithaero