Florence REUZEAU is an aeronautical engineer and doctor in Cognitive psychology. She worked as a safety specialist on aircraft complex systems (autopilot, navigation systems, and avionics ventilation) during 5 years before setting up the Human Factors organisation in Airbus Engineering, for the commercial and military aircraft.

She defined and deployed the Airbus Human Factors design and certification processes. She integrated the Human Sciences into the engineering technical skills for an optimised human centred design. She worked on A380, A400M, A350 and ATR cockpit definition and demonstration of certification.

She was Design Certification Specialists and contributed to the definition of CS 25 1302, the dedicated Human Factors regulation.

Since 2014, she has been nominated Human Factors executive Experts working for the group Airbus and consequently considering in her perimeter the Human Factors impacting any kind of human operators acting for the Airbus Group. In this position, she is in charge of defining the Airbus Group Human Factors strategy for research and program development. She is also ensuring the development of Human Factors competences with the group.

She is involved in international standardisation group mainly on the definition of Human Factors regulations.

She is also European expert for European research project evaluation.

She is very active in the organisation of national and international HF conferences.

Joined EUROCAE in July 2014 as Secretary General, since then he is responsible for the operational management and development of the Association.

As former President of the Air Navigation Commission (ANC) of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) he was responsible for developing Standards and Recommended Practices (SARPs) in the field of Air Navigation and Safety.

Prior to his posting at ICAO, Mr. Schleifer was in charge of Aircraft and Equipment Certification, Airworthiness and Operational Requirements at the Austrian Civil Aviation Authority.

In this role, Christian Schleifer was a specialized Certification and Flight Test Engineer for Avionics, Electrics and Human-Machine interface. After his return from ICAO, he was involved in the strategic development of the ANS side of Austro Control, contributing to the European and Global Air Navigation modernization programs.

Christian has a background in Electronic Engineering and Economics and is also holding an Avionic Maintenance License (AML) as well as a Commercial Pilot License (CPL) and actively flies single and multi-engine aircrafts.

Mr. Vance Hilderman is a 30-year aviation and avionics expert. Holding a BSEE and MBA from Gonzaga, and a Masters in Computer Engineering from USC (Hughes Fellow), Mr. Hilderman has focused on safety-critical aviation, avionics software, systems, hardware development and related technical certification solutions for his entire career. In 1990, Mr. Hilderman founded TekSci which successfully became the largest independent aviation/safety-critical software services company in the world. Mr. Hilderman has founded multiple other technical companies including AFuizion Inc. which provides technical aviation development services to 80 of the world’s 100 largest aviation and avionics development companies.

Mr. Hilderman developed the world’s first DO-178, DO-200, DO-278, and DO-254 training which 70% of the world’s aviation companies have procured and has personally trained over 19,000 engineers in 35 countries. Mr. Hilderman developed the world’s first Gap Analysis for DO-178A and then DO-254 and has performed 110+ Gap Analysis on DO-XXX to fifty-plus companies’ onsite in thirty countries.

Mr. Hilderman and AFuzion are the selected supplier of avionics services to multiple entities throughout the world including SAE, DASC, Aviation Electronics, plus 15 government agencies throughout the world. Mr. Hilderman is also the principle author of the world’s best-selling book on avionics certification plus 30+ technical whitepapers on aviation development.

Today, Mr. Hilderman makes his home in Los Angeles and Manhattan, manages AFuzion’s engineers, and continually participates in software/computer forums providing a wide variety of avionics certification related services. AFuzion’s 25+ senior engineers perform avionics certification, mentoring, auditing, training, and best-practices consulting in DO-178C, ARP4754A, ARP4761/A, DO-254, DO-278A, DO-200 and many other protocols.

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Recent Progress In Establishing Technical Confidence In Bilateral Expansion Between China And The United States
Civil Aviation Administration of China’s Specific Requirements For Airborne Hardware And Software Review And Trends In Future Policy Reviews
Ergonomic Evaluation Of Avionics System For Civil Aircraft
Discuss The Fault Prediction And Health Management (PHM) Technology In The Life Cycle Of Avionics Equipment
Advanced Cockpit Usage Requirements Based On User Flight Experience
System Architecture Design Of Model-based Development
How To Form A Practical Interface Control Document(ICD) In The Joint Definition Phase
Integrated Innovation Of Human Machine Interface In Cockpit Design
Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence In Avionics
Digital Platform
Application Of Integrated Modular Avionics System In Civil Aircraft
Airworthiness Safety Design Of Electronic Flight Control System
Discussion On The Strategic Layout And Development Of General Aviation Avionics System
Aviation Electronic System Simulation Technology For Health Management
Design And Implementation Of Airborne AFDX Network Management System
Artificial Intelligent Navigation System
New Technology And Equipment For Monitoring Open Space In Cooperation With Civil Aviation Airspace

CAAC Activities and Roadmap – Software /AEH and System Process Assurance
FAA SW&AEH Program Management Plan
EASA Activities and Roadmap
Requirements and Challenges of the China Domestic Large Civil Aircraft Airborne Software and Electronic Hardware Development Process
Certification Considerations for Adaptative Systems
Formal Methods Tool Qualification
Certification Review Item (CRI) About Multi-Core Processors
Applying DO-254 for Avionics Hardware Development and Certification
Leveraging COTS Solutions for Safety-Critical Avionics Application
Software Quality Assurance (QA) Processes

YAN Linfang, Deputy Director of Aircraft Electronic Control Integrated Engineering Technology, COMAC Shanghai Aircraft Design and Research Institute
Florence REUZEAU, Human Factors Executive Expert - Architecture & Integration, Airbus SAS
DENG Pingyu, Deputy Director/Party Committee Member/Chief Technical Officer, China Aeronautical Radio Electronics Research Institute
Christian Schleifer-Heingärtner, Secretary General of the European Organisation for Civil Aviation Equipment (EUROCAE) and chairman of the European ATM Standardisation Coordination Group (EASCG) Grace JIANG, Director of Digital Technologies, AVIAGE SYSTEM
CAI Yong, Senior Engineer/Deputy Director - E&E Division, Shanghai Aircraft Airworthines Certification Center of CAAC
Federal Aviation Administration - FAA
FANG Xigao, Senior Engineer, Vice Director - Avionics System Department; Leading Designer - C919 Program, COMAC Shanghai Aircraft Design and Research Institute
WANG Yong, Deputy Chief Engineer/Research Fellow, AVIC Xi’an Flight Automatic Control Research Institute
European Aviation Safety Agency – EASA
Dr. Mohammad Samie, Research Fellow in Integrated Vehicle Health Management Through-life Engineering Services Institute - IVHM Centre, Cranfield University
Christophe HAMEL, Director Product Development & Strategy - Government & Industry Affairs, L-3 Technologies – Aviation Products
Dave SCHRECK, Vice President & General Manager of Airborne Solutions, Collins Aerospace
Ian HENNELL, Operations Director, LDRA
Guillaume SOUDAIN, Software Senior Expert, European Aviation Safety Agency - EASA
Vance HILDERMAN, CEO - AFuzion Incorporated
Alex WILSON, Business Development Director - OS Commercial Ops, Wind River
NIU Wensheng, President, AVIC Xi'an Aeronautics Computing Technique Research Institute
Stefan ENGLES, Regional Director, Strategic Relationship Management, JEPPESEN - A Boeing Company)

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