2017 Symposium Registration
The Henderson Beach Resort – Destin, Florida
October 30 – November 3, 2017
SFTE Symposium Disclosure:
The presentations given at this SFTE symposium are made in the spirit of sharing lessons learned and by their nature describe technical issues which may be program sensitive or could reflect negatively on an overall program. As such, SFTE requests that symposia attendees view presentations in this light, and do their utmost to protect the reputations of presenters and the organizations they represent.
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Failure to comply with this disclosure agreement may result in your, and the organization you represent, exclusion from future SFTE symposiums.
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TECHNICAL SESSIONS: Technical Sessions will begin on Tuesday, 31 October and conclude on Thursday, 2 November. Attire for the Technical Sessions is business attire or military blues (or equivalent, short-sleeved blues are acceptable). The technical presentations are listed below. Please note that this is a notional session ordering and is subject to change.
SESSION I – TUESDAY, 31 OCT – FLIGHT TEST TECHNIQUE (FTT) DEVELOPMENT
Auto land – Carothers
ADS-B Integration in Legacy Fighter Aircraft – Hopton
Attacking Limit Cycle Oscillation with a Game Plan – Cook
Limit Cycle Oscillation Risk Characterization Program – Garnand-Royo
SESSION II – TUESDAY, 31 OCT – DATA…AND WHAT TO DO WITH IT
2D & 3D Visualization of Flight Data for Enhanced Data Analysis and Pilot Training
Progress in the Migration of Flight Test Analysis Routines to Python – Bretz
An Evaluation Flight in the Jet Provost with a Flight Test Engineering Approach – Vitsas
The Evolution of Real-Time Data Monitoring Requirements – Maxwell
ROGER – Real-time Over G Evaluation and Recommendation – Sheaks
SESSION III – WEDNESDAY, 1 NOV – PROGRAM OVERVIEW
XV-24 First Flight – Baughman
Extra EA 330 LE – Flight Test of Electric Aircraft – Schildt
Airbus Commercial Aircraft Production Flight Test – De Pizzol
New challenges in Flight Testing instruction – Gómez-Blanco
Lessons Learned During Initial P-8A Poseidon Aerial Refueling Flight Test Certification – Bank
SESSION IV – WEDNESDAY, 1 NOV – HUMAN IN THE LOOP
Steep Approach – Weyers
Reducing CH-53K Pilot Workload in Vertical Takeoffs – Soneson
Human-Systems Integration Methods in Flight Test: A Consolidated Framework for Sociotechnical Modeling during Critical Phases of Flight in General Aviation – Bernard
Applications Of The Technology Acceptance Model To Integration Of The Automatic Ground Collision Avoidance System In Fighter Aircraft Operations – Richardson
SESSION V – THURSDAY, 2 NOV – FLIGHT TEST TECHNIQUE (FTT) COMPARISONS
Technique for Efficient Air Data Calibration Using a GPS or Inertial Derived Static Reference Plane – Maisler
Orbis Method for Static Source Error Testing – Senter
Dealing With The Wind: An Analysis Of The Turn Regression Airspeed Calibration Technique – Erb
Rotary Wing Hover Performance Technique Comparison – Smith
SESSION VI – THURSDAY, 2 NOV – SIMS…DEVELOPMENT AND APPLICATIONS
Evaluating the Autonomous Flying Qualities of a Simulated Variable Stability Aircraft – Hamidani
Identification of Aerodynamic Model of a Turboprop Trainer for the IPEV Flight Test Simulator – Silva
Design, Development and Application of the IPEV Flight Test Simulator – Uehara
Statistics Based Virtual Pilot for Flight Data Analysis and Pilot Training – Baker
Training day will take place on Monday, 30 October, beginning at 8:00 AM. A purchased ticket ($30) will be required to attend the courses. The short courses will be provided on the following topics (subject to change):
– Aeroelasticity (Theory/Practice)
– Envelope Expansion Flight Test
– Flight Controls (Theory/Practice)
– Flight Test Parameter Identification
– Cyber Testing
Thursday, 2 November: The 48th Annual Awards Banquet will be held Thursday evening. Tickets are $75.00 per person. Please note that the Banquet is NOT included in any registration options. Tickets must be purchased separately and for each guest.
ATTIRE FOR EACH EVENT:
Training Courses (Monday) – Business Casual
Welcome Reception (Monday Evening) – Florida Casual
Technical Sessions (Tuesday-Thursday) – Business / Military Short-Sleeved Blues (or equivalent)
Awards Banquet (Thursday Evening) – Suit / Military Service Dress
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Prices and options are shown below. The Awards Banquet and Training Courses ticket are available as an optional purchases. Please note that we reserve the right to confirm your status as a SFTE member or student, which may result in charges if you are not eligible in these categories.
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