Civil Avionics International Forum 2017

When
18th - 19th April 2017
Where
Pullman Shanghai South Hotel
No.1 Pubei Road, Xuhui District, Shanghai, China
Organiser
Galleon (Shanghai) Consulting Co., Ltd.
Contact
Olivia LIU
Email
marketing@galleon.cc
Phone
+86 21 51559030
Website
http://www.galleon.cc/CAIF2017/index.asp

Statistical data show that China will need 6810 new aircraft over the next 20 years, the total value of more than US $1.0 trillion, Chinese civil aviation fleet scale will increase to nearly three times than now. By 2034, China's new aircraft accounted for 16.6% of the total global aircrafts, accounts for 42% of the total number of new aircrafts in the Asia-pacific region, its market value also occupies the world of 17% of the total value of the new aircrafts, and China is expected to surpass the U.S. in 2030 to become the world's largest aviation market.

As the neural network of the aircraft, the avionics technology is upgrading rapidly, and the updating of the avionics product is much faster than the whole aircraft system, ‘a generation of aircraft, the three generation of avionics’ , from which we can see that the sustainable growth of avionics system is better than the average level of the aviation industry, with the speeding up of the research and development of China's civil aviation market and the influence of the aircraft fleet updates coming, In the next few years, China's avionics market will present the trend of accelerated growth.

Under this background, the industry leading-edge ‘Civil Avionics International Forum 2017’ will be held in Shanghai, on 18th - 19th in 2017. Though verity of participation option, CAIF 2017 will deliver you the latest China civil avionics industry layout, to discuss the avionics R&D trends, airworthiness certification, flight reliability, product economic and etc, we sincerely invite you to participate in the upcoming CAIF 2017, our professional organizing committee will provide you one-stop service to help you dig the maximum value for your business.

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