Throughout the year, AHS International organizes and co-sponsors several regional and international conferences around the world that facilitate the advancement of the theory and practices of helicopter and other VTOL aircraft technology. Whether smaller (75-100 person) regional or technical specialists' meetings, or our Annual Forum — the biggest and best vertical flight technical event in the world, with more than 1,100 attendees — every event is designed to impart as much knowledge and understanding as possible, as well as provide networking contacts and excitement about the future of vertical flight.
Check out these exciting upcoming vertical flight technical events, and make your plans today to be part of tomorrow's vertical flight technology!
May 08, 2017
to May 12, 2017
AHS International's 73rd Annual Forum & Technology Display is the world's leading international technical event on vertical flight technology. The three-days of technical sessions will include well over 200 technical papers on every discipline from Acoustics to Unmanned Systems, as well as invited presentations and discussions by leaders in industry and government.
Fort Worth, Texas, USA
43rd European Rotorcraft Forum (ERF),
Sep 12, 2017
to Sep 16, 2017
This Forum will be the 43rd in a series of meetings, which take place annually across Europe, rotating around the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Italy, the Netherlands and Russia.
Rotorcraft Structures & Survivability Technical Meeting,
Oct 24, 2017
to Oct 26, 2017
The Vertical Lift Structures, Crashworthiness, and Vulnerability Reduction Technical Meeting will highlight structures, crash safety, and vulnerability reduction research and development enabling increased capability for manned and unmanned vertical lift aircraft.
Hampton Roads, Virginia
6th Asian-Australian Rotorcraft Forum,
Nov 07, 2017
to Nov 09, 2017
The 6th Annual Asian-Australian Rotorcraft Forum (ARF) and Heli Japan 2017 offers attendees an opportunity to present and discuss the latest advances and topics on Advanced Rotorcraft Technology (including design, aerodynamics, test and evaluation, and much more) and Safety Operations (including EMS, disaster relief and rescue operations, and much more).
Kanazawa, Ishikawa, Japan
Aeromechanics Design for Transformative Vertical Flight,
Jan 16, 2018
to Jan 19, 2018
Revolutionary new rotorcraft concepts or applications of emerging aeromechanics technologies to new rotorcraft missions will be addressed, including transformative vertical lift aircraft — manned and unmanned.
San Francisco, California, USA
Airworthiness, CBM and HUMS Technical Meeting,
Feb 20, 2018
to Feb 22, 2018
This meeting will present applicable technologies that are new to continued airworthiness, current and potential processes, and hardware required for military and civil aircraft airworthiness.
Huntsville, Alabama USA