Exhibitors and Sponsors



About the Conference

The Aerospace Systems and Technology Conference is back for its fourth edition, and this time in Europe. The event will continue to feature Power Systems and Avionics technology-in-transition topics, including new topics that are under development. Presentations will include current research, ongoing development efforts, past successes, and existing or perceived future impediments to fielding new technologies from the user perspective for commercial & military aerospace and other aerospace system applications.

Speak at ASTC

The call for abstracts has now been closed 
The ASTC 2018 offers an unprecedented opportunity to speak to the aerospace systems community.
Share your expertise and influence by taking part in our rich and exciting programme and share abstracts showcasing advancements and innovations.

Exhibit or Sponsor

Meet with your target audience, build strong relationships and showcase your company’s innovations.

The SAE Aerospace Systems and Technology Conference attracts more than 300 business professionals, managers and engineers from around the world.

Whether your goal is to demonstrate your expertise/ your product’s superiority, differentiate yourself from competitors, engage with your target audience, increase brand awareness or simply boost your annual market sales, you cannot afford to miss out on connecting with this targeted community including dozens of the industry’s key decision makers.


SAE International would like to thank the Organising Committee
for their support and dedication

  • Jon Fifield, Astronics AES
  • Travis Michalak, US Air Force Research Laboratory
  • Piergiovanni Marzocca, RMIT University
  • Richard Garcia, Southwest Research Institute
  • Ramesh Rajagopalan, Pratt & Whitney
  • Ravi Rajamani, drR2
  • Marc Gatti, Thales
  • Serge Bruillot, Dassault Aviation
  • David Zika, Boeing Research & Technology
  • Mirko Jakovljevic, TTTech Computertechnik AG
  • Thomas Krueger, Airbus
  • Yvan Baudin, Airbus
  • Mike Mekhiche, Rolls Royce
  • Neil Garrigan, GE Aviation
  • Chet Nelson, Boeing
  • Reuben Chandrasekharan, Bombardier (retired)
  • Rhonda Walthall, UTAS
  • Jorge Bardina, NASA
  • Luis Rabelo, University of Central Florida
  • Ebad Jahangir, UTRC