FBW09 | CANEUS Fly-by-Wireless Workshop 2009
June 8-12, 2009 | Montreal, Quebec
End-User Needs and Lessons Learned
The goal of the panel sessions and the presentations from world-class Experts, including those selected from the abstracts received in response to the call for papers, is to update participants on the needs and lessons learned of the aerospace industry (aeronautics, manned space and defence) including the basis for the business case, as well, all aspects of fly-by-wireless technologies: the state-of-the-art in developments
related to FBW, challenges, applications and to identify the technology gaps.
Speakers will discuss technological capabilities required for enabling the next generation of civilian and military aircraft. Speakers are encouraged to make the link between the challenges faced by future aircraft
development and SHM, and how wireless instrumentation, architectures
& networks, and passive sensor tags can meet them.
Speakers will discuss technological capabilities required for enabling the next generation of spacecraft for earth orbiting and planetary missions. Speakers are encouraged to make the link between the challenges faced by future missions and how the recent developments in wireless instrumentation, architectures & networks, and passive sensor tags can meet them.
IVHM & Test
IVHM and test is of paramount importance for the aerospace industry. The recent advances have demonstrated that it has the inherent reliability required for aerospace applications. Speakers will discuss issues to be considered
during the development of wireless architectures & networks and devices. Each speaker will present the approach taken by his/her organization to address issues related to IVHM & testing to ensure suitability for aerospace applications.
Application End-Users Categories:
- Aircraft – Manned and Unmanned
- Helicopters and spacecraft landing vehicles
- Launch Vehicles
- Jet Engines and Rockets (hot and cold sections)
- Flight Test Programs
- Aerospace Vehicle Ground Support Systems/ Drag-on equipment & Tools
- Human/Robotic Systems – crew, passengers, customers
- Infrastructure changes – Spectrum, Certification