6th ARF & Heli Japan 2017
Technical Meeting on Advanced Rotorcraft Technology and Safety Operations
November 7-9, 2017
Kanazawa, Ishikawa, Japan
Call for Papers
The Japan Helicopter Society and the AHS International Japan Chapter are sponsoring the 6th annual Asian-Australian Rotorcraft Forum (ARF) and Heli Japan 2017 in Kanazawa city, Ishikawa prefecture, Japan, November 7-9, 2017.
This meeting offers attendees an opportunity to present and discuss the latest advances and topics in the following areas:
Advanced Rotorcraft Technology: Design; Aerodynamics; Acoustics; Dynamics; Flight Controls; Autonomous System; Unmanned VTOL Aircraft & Rotorcraft; Test & Evaluation; Structures & Materials; HUMS; and Wind Energy.
Safety Operations: Emergency Medical Service (EMS); Disaster Relief and Rescue Operations; Special Equipment for Life Saving Helicopters; Heli/Verti Port Design Requirements; Public Acceptance; International Helicopter Safety Team (IHST) Activities.
Download the Call for Papers for the full details.
Abstract should be written within 200 words on the abstract submission page directly. They should document key results and conclusions; include background data, summarized figures and illustrations to be used, with enough details to ensure an adequate evaluation of the scope, quality, significance, and immediate benefit of the paper. Papers should not include sensitive or classified data, and must be submitted to ARF/Heli Japan website.
- General Chair: Dr. Takashi Aoyama, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, email@example.com
- Chair of Executive Committee: Mr. Noboru Kobiki, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Technical Chair: Dr. Yasutada Tanabe, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, email@example.com
Key Dates & Deadlines
Abstract Deadline Submission: May 22, 2017
Notification to Authors: June 5, 2017
Preliminary Program & Registration Opening: July 10, 2017
Final Paper Deadline Submission: Sept. 8, 2017
The HeliJapan conference started in 1998 in Gifu, and was held every four years in Japanese cities such Utsunomiya, Nagoya, and Omiya. In 2012, the conference merged with the Asia/Australian Rotorcraft Forum (ARF) and started rotating between Asia and Australia.
From the 17th to the 19th century, Kanazawa was one of the largest cities in Japan — following Tokyo, Osaka and Kyoto — and the city still preserves its historic ambience.
A one-day technical tour to a local helicopter-related facility is planned, including visiting several traditional Japanese scenic places, such as the sand beach driveway, stepped rice paddy and Zen meditation class.
Chirihama Beach Driveway
Stepped Rice Paddy