The goal is to promote the meeting of professionals and scholars of Reliability, to share challenges and practical experiences from the application of this knowledge, both in civil and military aviation
The Brazilian Air Force, through the Instituto Tecnológico de Aeronáutica (ITA) and the Instituto de Logística da Aeronáutica (ILA), is holding the 3rd Meeting on Reliability in Aviation, on November 22nd and 23rd. The goal is to promote the meeting of professionals and scholars of Reliability, to share challenges and practical experiences from the application of this knowledge, both in civil and military aviation.
The event also aims to recycle the contact between government vectors, represented by the FAB, operators and the aeronautical industry, represented by large companies in the sector, and academia, characterized mainly by the presence of ITA and ILA. It sets up, therefore, the remarkable structure of the triple helix, in which the topics addressed will bring real cases of reliability studies in aviation conducted by different sectors in favor of flight safety, operationality and economy of resources, a model aimed at the formation of synergies and innovation.
The activity meets the mission of the ILA and ITA to promote the development of technical and managerial skills of professionals of the Air Force (COMAER), as well as the progress of science and technology related to aerospace activities. Thus, this edition is being organized in partnership by the institutes, reinforcing the academic and innovative aspects of the event.
Registration and Program
Registration (in person and online) can be requested until November 14th by clicking here. The event will take place in the auditorium of the ILA, located in Guarulhos (SP), and will feature presentations, panel discussions and exhibition of posters.
Check the program here [text in Portuguese]. The meeting will take place in hybrid form and the lectures and panel discussions will be transmitted online via Webex for the public who can not attend the facilities of the Institute.
For more information: +55 (11) 2465-2133
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