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Following the success of the 2015 event, Human Factors in Aviation Safety is returning on November 7th & 8th 2016 at the Radisson Blu, East Midlands Airport.

Representatives from airlines, air traffic control organisations, industry regulators and investigators, consultants and the major university research groups will be taking part, examining a range of human factors issues in aviation safety in both the military and commercial sectors.

We have received a set of high quality submissions which are currently undergoing a review. All speakers will be notified by 30 June and the programme will be available shortly after.

We will also be holding a poster session during which presenters will bring a poster displaying their research/work and have one minute to persuade the audience to come and talk to them about it.

The event will be centred on the following themes:

• Safety culture
• Operator Performance
• Autonomous Systems & Automation (incl RPAS, UAV, UAS)
• Training and Simulation

Speakers will need to register and pay to attend but will receive a 25% discount on standard pricing, giving speakers costs of:

1 day attendance £104.25 +VAT
2 day attendance £171.75 +VAT
2 days attendance, 1 night accommodation and event dinner £249.75 +VAT

Presentations last year covered Civil Aviation, Military Aviation, Air Traffic Management and Training attracting delegates and speakers from organisations including the Civil Aviation Authority, EasyJet, Royal Air Force, Eurocontrol, BAE Systems, Ministry Of Defence, Thomas Cook Airlines, QinetiQ and many more.

If you have any queries please contact James Walton on 07736 893347 or j.walton@ergonomics.org.uk.

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Organisations that attended in 2015

Civil Aviation Authority
Monarch Airlines
British Aerospace Systems
Ministry Of Defence
Royal Air Force
Belgian Air Force
and many more

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