• Simulated Air Traffic Control Environment (SATCE) Working Group
    Aug 13 - 15, 2019
    Frankfurt, Germany

    The SATCE Working Group will continue work on Supplement 1 to ARINC Specification 439A: Guidance for Simulated Air Traffic Control Environments in Flight Simulation Training Devices.

  • Cabin Systems Subcommittee (CSS)
    Aug 20 - 22, 2019
    Fremont, California

    The scope of the activity is to develop standard interfaces that will provide airlines with freedom of choice in the installation and expansion of cabin equipment. Cabin telecommunications, cabin networks, interface protocols, and connector standardization are also a part of this activity.

  • Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) Subcommittee
    Aug 27 - 29, 2019
    Toulouse, France

    The EFB Subcommittee develops ARINC Standards that enable standardized EFB installation and connectivity on all types of aircraft. The standards are comprised of both hardware and software specifications and apply to interfaces, wiring and connectors, data protocols, and application control.

  • Data Link (DLK) Users Forum
    Sep 17 - 19, 2019
    Dublin, Ireland

    The DLK Users Forum will continue a dialogue among Air Navigation Service Providers (ANSPs) and airlines relative to the datalink services to be provided in designated airspace and the schedule for the introduction of these services.

  • Air Transport - Avionics Service Bulletin (AT-ASB) Harmonization Working Group
    Sep 17 - 19, 2019
    Istanbul, Turkey

    Recently at the AMC, there have been more and more items on deficiencies with supplier Service Bulletins (SBs) submitted by the airlines. Typically, pricing of service bulletins is an annual question, with issues ranging from pricing of the overall SB, to piece part pricing, to pricing of software.

    Beyond pricing, there are issues of documents and information required to accomplish the service bulletin not being in the service bulletin or available at all, availability of the service bulletin document itself, and availability of parts when the service bulletin is released.

    The industry wants clarity to drive consistency between airframers and suppliers, so SBs are the same. The goal of the ARINC Standards guidance document is reduce the variances so that all SB have the look and feel.

    The working group will continue from the last meeting’s developing guidance to reduce any ambiguity.

  • Network Infrastructure and Security (NIS) Subcommittee
    Sep 24 - 26, 2019
    Chicago, Illinois

    The objectives of the meeting are to:

    1. Review Draft 8 of ARINC Project Paper 848: Broadband Network Interface for Non-Safety Services
    2. Review Draft 5 of ARINC Project Paper 686: Roadmap for IPv6 Transition in Aviation (Tentative)
    3. Review Strawman material ARINC Project Paper 687: Onboard Secure Wi-Fi Network Profile
    4. Review Draft 1 of ARINC Project Paper 688: Intersystem Network Infrastructure

     

  • Systems Architecture and Interfaces (SAI) Subcommittee
    Oct 08 - 09, 2019
    Renton, Washington

    The Systems Architecture and Interfaces (SAI) Subcommittee will prepare avionics system-level guidance for new airplanes and major retrofit programs. It will discuss airspace modernization programs and the desired Communication, Navigation, and Surveillance (CNS) equipment.

  • AEEC
    Oct 10 - 11, 2019
    Seattle, Washington

    Airlines and suppliers are invited to participate in the AEEC Mid-Term Session. The open session will cover reports of AEEC project activity, adoption of new ARINC Standards, and approval of new work. Participants from the air transport industry with an interest are invited to attend and make suggestions regarding current and future work.

  • Cabin Systems Subcommittee (CSS)
    Oct 15 - 17, 2019
    Herrsching, Germany

    The scope of the activity is to develop standard interfaces that will provide airlines with freedom of choice in the installation and expansion of cabin equipment. Cabin telecommunications, cabin networks, interface protocols, and connector standardization are also a part of this activity.

  • Internet Protocol Suite (IPS) for Aeronautical Safety Services
    Oct 21 - 23, 2019
    Annapolis, Maryland

    The IPS Subcommittee is leading the development of industry standards for the Internet Protocol Suite for aeronautical safety services. This includes airborne, ground-based and space-based communication systems. It is coordinating aviation Standards Development Organizations (SDOs), Air Navigation Service Providers (ANSPs), and others with an interest. This activity initiated by APIM 15-004A. 

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