Commercial, Products, Regulatory

Episode 2: Part 1 Recaps Summit Points on HUMS, FDM, Uber and More

By Amy Kluber | November 3, 2017

FAA's Wayne Frye presents at the Rotorcraft Business and Technology Summit. Photo by Ed Garza.

FAA's Wayne Frye presents at the Rotorcraft Business and Technology Summit. Photo by Ed Garza

R&WI's second podcast episode features Senior Managing Editor Amy Kluber who presents highlights from the Rotorcraft Business & Technology Summit held Sept. 20 and 21 in Forth Worth, Texas. Recorded Q&As are played after each session recap taken directly from the summit. Panels highlighted in this episode:

Rotorcraft Certification Initiatives

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Speakers:
Jorge Castillo, Manager, Regulations and Policy Section, Rotorcraft Standards Branch, FAA
William Goebel, Certification Projects Manager, Airbus Helicopters Inc.
Wayne Fry, Division Manager, Flight Standards Division, FAA

Flight Data Monitoring (FDM) and Health and Usage Monitoring Systems (HUMS)

Speakers:
Stan Rose, CEO, Helicopter Safety Alliance
Ed Stockhausen, Director of Safety, Metro Aviation
Peter Henrikson, President, Truth Data
Francois Lassale, Operations Director, HeliOffshore
Kenneth Speaks, CEO, RMCI

Uber Elevate

Speakers:
Mark Moore, Director of Aviation, Uber Technologies Inc
Stan Swaintek, Uber Elevate Head of Operations
Wyatt Smith, Uber Elevate Business Development
Scott Drennan, Director-Innovation, Bell Helicopter
Rex Alexander, Head of Aviation Infrastructure, Uber Technologies Inc
Tom Prevot, Director of Airspace Systems, Uber Technologies Inc

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