Executive Helps Revise Flight Safety Standards at IFIS
July 17, 2014
John Heiderstadt, an executive with an AGC Aerospace & Defense company called Commuter Air Technology (CAT), recently joined with other stakeholders in the aerospace sector at the International Flight Inspection Symposium (IFIS) at the Skirvin Hotel in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. While there, he worked as a member of the International Committee for Airspace Standards and Calibration to revise current International Civil Aviation organization recommendations related to flight inspection and safety. AGC Aerospace & Defense employs a number of committed experts like Mr. Heiderstadt in its family of companies.
IFIS brings together members of academia, engineers, and other aviation authorities biennially to address issues ranging from navigation database integrity to radio frequency interference. Such nations as Germany, China, and France have hosted the gathering in the past. The next IFIS event will take place in 2016 in partnership with the Serbian Montenegro Civil Aviation Authorities based in Belgrade, Serbia.
For more information about IFIS and to download an informative brochure about the last conference, please log on to the symposium’s website at www.ifis2014.com.