• Cabin Systems Subcommittee (CSS)
    May 22 - 24, 2019
    Fulda, 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.

  • Test Program Set (TPS) Quality Working Group
    Jun 04 - 06, 2019
    Hamburg, Germany

    The aim of this project is to update ARINC Report 625-3 to emphasize the importance that the OEM provides a Test Specification that is intelligible, unobscured, and complete as possible.

  • Network Infrastructure and Security (NIS) Subcommittee
    Jun 04 - 06, 2019
    Hamburg, Germany

    The objectives of the meeting are to:

    1. Review Draft 7 of ARINC Project Paper 848: Broadband Network Interface for Non-Safety Services
    2. Review Draft 4 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
  • Cockpit Display Systems (CDS) Subcommittee
    Jun 10 - 14, 2019
    Cheltenham, United Kingdom

    The purpose of the meeting is to update ARINC Specification 661, Cockpit Display Interfaces to User Systems, Part 1 and Part 2, per APIM 08-004C.

  • Data Link (DLK) Systems Subcommittee
    Jun 11 - 14, 2019
    Saint-Denis, France

    The Datalink Systems Subcommittee develops and maintains standards that promote the efficient transfer of ACARS and ATN data between the aircraft and the ground. These standards benefit CPDLC operation, the FAA Data Comm and European Data Link Services (DLS) programs. 

  • Global Aircraft Tracking (GAT) Working Group
    Jun 17 - 19, 2019
    Toulouse, France

    The goal of the GAT Working Group is to prepare standards applicable to the ICAO Global Aeronautical Distress and Safety System (GADSS). These are intended to positively identify and track an aircraft with minimal impact on new production aircraft as well as legacy aircraft retrofit. 

  • Software Distribution and Loading (SDL) Subcommittee
    Jun 18 - 20, 2019
    Poing, Germany

    The SDL Subcommittee’s objective is to develop standards for software distribution and loading. This includes continued development of high-speed data loaders, high-density storage media, and loading protocols. The SDL Subcommittee prepares and updates standards for file format, media type, part numbering, distribution, and terminology. All standards are device agnostic and can be used on all data loading devices.

    This subcommittee also prepares documents for the interfaces between the software data loader and the target hardware. The SDL Subcommittee sets standard formats for Loadable Software Parts (LSP) so that all the requirements of configuration management of LSPs may be accomplished.

  • Ku/Ka Band Satellite (KSAT) Subcommittee
    Jun 18 - 20, 2019
    Annapolis, Maryland

    The KSAT Subcommittee will meet to develop Supplement 2 to ARINC Characteristic 791: Mark I Aviation Ku-Band and Ka-Band Satellite Communication System, Part 2, Electrical Interfaces and Functional Equipment Description. The subcommittee will also commence work on Supplement 1 to ARINC Characteristic 792: Second-Generation Ku-Band and Ka-Band Satllite Communication System, if authorized by the AEEC Executive Committee at the 2019 AEEC General Session per APIM 19-001.

  • Systems Architecture and Interfaces (SAI) Subcommittee
    Jun 19 - 21, 2019
    Toulouse, France

    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
    Jun 25 - 27, 2019
    Chicago, Illinois

    The EFB Users Forum is a joint activity with IATA that enables airlines and other aircraft operators to state their preferences in the evolution of EFB hardware, software applications, and connectivity to the ground. This ensure operational benefit to the flight deck crew and the economic benefit to the airlines. Flight Operations, Information Technology, Engineering, and Maintenance disciplines are represented among the participants of the EFB Users Forum.

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