• Wed 31 .
    May

    The last 25 years brought a significant evolution of the nature of warfare that was conceptualized by the 4th generation and hybrid warfare ideas. The war-fighters are now facing a broad spectrum of conflicts ranging from quasi law enforcement operations to large-scale war against small groups of individuals to major state armies. This resulted in an evolution in the needs for sensing for all engagement aspects. For instance, cheaper, smaller and more power-efficient sensors are required to equip various platforms or dismounted soldiers. As computer, communication and autonomous system technologies became ubiquitous, distributed networks and smart sensors are becoming a reality. Similarly, these technologies are enablers for evolutions (i.e. MIMO, noise radars, digital NVS, etc.) of classical sensors which result in a very dynamic technological environment. This ninth NATO Military Sensing Symposium will explored this ongoing evolution of the nature of warfare and the resulting shift in emphasis required by military sensing.
    This NATO Military Sensing Symposium (MSS) will be the ninth in a series of international meetings focusing on military sensing. The last edition was convened in May 2011 (SET-169). Presentations are invited that will identify new sensors, systems and techniques as well as the usage of these improvements and their potential benefits to military operations in the areas of electro-optics/infrared, radar, seismic and acoustic. These technologies are continuously evolving, particularly in the radar and infrared (IR) spectral regions. New materials are being investigated and the spectral range of sensors are been extended to address the challenges of detection and identification in adversarial environments. In addition, novel data fusion approaches and techniques, integration of multiple sensors, development of algorithms and signal processing are being used to increase sensor performance and improve situation awareness and interoperability.
    The three-day symposium will provide excellent opportunities to discuss these challenges and possible solutions with NATO military and technical experts. The Symposium is open to NATO nations and bodies, including Australia, Finland and Sweden and is free of charge for presenters and participants.

    The SET-241 Symposium is classified up to and including NATO RESTRICTED. Symposium is open to Australia, Finland and Sweden
    Papers and presentations are to be submitted/ presented in English

     

     THE REGISTRATION FOR THE SYMPOSIUM IS CLOSED , THE MAXIMUM PARTICPANTS' NUMBER HAS BEEN REACHED.

    Click here to download the Call for Papers

    Wednesday, 31. May 2017 till Friday, 02. June 2017 09:00 - 15:30
    SET-241 (RSY) - 9th NATO Military Sensing Symposium
  • Mon 12 .
    Jun

     

    The armed forces of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) and the Partnership for Peace (PfP) countries possess and use large quantities of munitions. The production, use and disposal of these munitions makes a contribution to the overall environmental impact. Handling of munitions with energetic materials requires great care and considerable cost. The environmental impact of the processes must be acceptable to an increasingly critical general population to avoid anti-military backlash or overpass any environmental law. Clean up and restoring areas where military activities has polluted the ground or water requires significant funding. Past practices such as dumping at sea or into land-fill sites are no longer generally acceptable.

    There is a need to know and minimise the environmental impact from munitions so we can handle and manage our land properly. Governments have a duty of care to the members of their armed forces and all reasonable precautions must be exercised to ensure safe use of munitions, including managing contamination and risk appreciation and management. This will ensure a more coherent approach; it will support the work of NATO CASG in developing processes for implementing environmental policies and will develop the technological base for future munitions in all NATO and NATO related countries.

    The lecture series is intended to introduce scientists, technologists and users to the understanding of environmental issues and of the ways to manage potential risks. It is aimed at providing a basic understanding of the science and its application for reducing environmental risks in the design, use and disposal of munitions. Those attending will be able to understand the rationale for the NATO policy and be introduced to ways in which the solutions can be applied or specified.

     

    Programme

    For detailed information on the programme please refer to the AVT-276 Programme Announcement.

     

    Once your booking has been validated you will be able to access the General Information Package (GIP) for Bucharest on this website.

     

     

     

    Monday, 12. June 2017 till Tuesday, 13. June 2017 08:30 - 17:15
    AVT-276-RLS-Environmental Aspects of Munitions and Greener Approaches to Design  in  Bucharest, ROM
  • Thu 15 .
    Jun

     

    The armed forces of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) and the Partnership for Peace (PfP) countries possess and use large quantities of munitions. The production, use and disposal of these munitions makes a contribution to the overall environmental impact. Handling of munitions with energetic materials requires great care and considerable cost. The environmental impact of the processes must be acceptable to an increasingly critical general population to avoid anti-military backlash or overpass any environmental law. Clean up and restoring areas where military activities has polluted the ground or water requires significant funding. Past practices such as dumping at sea or into land-fill sites are no longer generally acceptable.

    There is a need to know and minimise the environmental impact from munitions so we can handle and manage our land properly. Governments have a duty of care to the members of their armed forces and all reasonable precautions must be exercised to ensure safe use of munitions, including managing contamination and risk appreciation and management. This will ensure a more coherent approach; it will support the work of NATO CASG in developing processes for implementing environmental policies and will develop the technological base for future munitions in all NATO and NATO related countries.

    The lecture series is intended to introduce scientists, technologists and users to the understanding of environmental issues and of the ways to manage potential risks. It is aimed at providing a basic understanding of the science and its application for reducing environmental risks in the design, use and disposal of munitions. Those attending will be able to understand the rationale for the NATO policy and be introduced to ways in which the solutions can be applied or specified.

     

    Programme

    For detailed information on the programme please refer to the AVT-276 Programme Announcement.

    Once your booking has been validated you will be able to access the General Information Package (GIP) for Rijswijk on this website.
     
     

     

     

     

    Thursday, 15. June 2017 till Friday, 16. June 2017 08:30 - 17:15
    AVT-276-RLS- Environmental Aspects of Munitions and Greener Approaches to Design  in  Rijswijk, NLD
  • Tue 18 .
    Jul

    This is a cross-Panel activity NMSG and IST. The co-chairs hope that running IST-156 and MSG-151 together will provide fruitful common areas between the simulation & training and information systems communities as well as the opportunity to address specific requirements of each community.

    The workshop will bring together military and civilian researchers, technologists, practitioners and stakeholders interested in modelling and simulation. This will provide an excellent opportunity to increase participants’ insight into the civil as well as the military cyber defence and security problem space, and to influence future research in modelling and simulation for cyber defence.

    The objectives of MSG-151 are:

    • to link results and proposed solutions to ongoing defence and security research
    • to motivate future research within NATO STO
    • provide collective insight into the art of the possible regarding the application of M&S techniques to the cyber domain
    • a list of specific technical challenges that need to be addressed to maximise the benefit of M&S for cyber-related training and mission rehearsal
    • insight on how the M&S and the cyber domain may evolve in the future, and the opportunities and threats this poses

    Topics of interest for the MSG stream include but are not limited to:

    • Representing high-level effects of cyber warfare (such as disrupted logistics, erroneous navigation and effects of information operations) for campaign- and mission-level exercises
    • Requirements for training cyber awareness for personnel who are not cyber practitioners
    • Possible extension of NATO design documents to accommodate cyber defence
    • How existing NATO IRC outputs and SISO standards can augment cyber defence training

    If you wish to present a paper, PLEASE SUBMIT BEFORE 15 MAY 2017
    PLEASE ENROLL BEFORE 15 JUNE 2017

    The Workshop is NATO UNCLASSIFIED
    OPEN to NATO nations, and EOP nations: Finland, Sweden and Australia

    Tuesday, 18. July 2017 till Friday, 21. July 2017 08:00 - 17:30
    IST-156 Workshop on Modelling and Simulation S&T: Critical Enabler for Cyber Defence
  • Tue 18 .
    Jul

    This is a cross-panel activity NMSG and IST. The Co-Chairs hope that running IST-156 and MSG-151 together will provide fruitful common areas between the simulation & training and information systems communities as well as the opportunity to address specific requirements of each community.

    The objectives of MSG-151 are:

    • to link results and proposed solutions to ongoing defence and security research
    • to motivate future research within NATO STO
    • provide collective insight into the art of the possible regarding the application of M&S techniques to the cyber domain
    • a list of specific technical challenges that need to be addressed to maximise the benefit of M&S for cyber-related training and mission rehearsal
    • insight on how the M&S and the cyber domain may evolve in the future, and the opportunities and threats this poses

    Topics of interest for the MSG stream include but are not limited to:

    • Representing high-level effects of cyber warfare (such as disrupted logistics, erroneous navigation and effects of information operations) for campaign- and mission-level exercises
    • Requirements for training cyber awareness for personnel who are not cyber practitioners
    • Possible extension of NATO design documents to accommodate cyber defence
    • How existing NATO IRC outputs and SISO standards can augment cyber defence training

    If you wish to present a paper, PLEASE SUBMIT BEFORE 31 MAY 2017
    PLEASE ENROLL BEFORE 15 JUNE 2017

    The Workshop is NATO UNCLASSIFIED
    OPEN to NATO nations, and EOP nations: Finland, Sweden and Australia

     

    Tuesday, 18. July 2017 till Friday, 21. July 2017 09:00 - 17:00
    MSG-151 Workshop on Cyber Effects in Campaign and Mission Simulations
  • Thu 28 .
    Sep


    As with previous NMSG workshops on this topic, this workshop is being planned to share national experiences, explore commercial and games technologies, understand best practices, and to identify barriers to further exploitation and ways these might be overcome. This workshop will also contribute to articulate a technology road map for the possible future NMSG task group activities on commercial technologies and games.

     Topics

    •The background and affordability of simulations and digital games;

    • The cognitive implications of these technologies;

    • Specific challenges with using these tools for education and training (e.g. interoperability standards), as well as strategies for overcoming these challenges in order to achieve successful learning experiences;

    • The practical impact of these technologies in preparing warfighters;

    • The practical impact of these technologies in educating support trades such as medical, supply, transportation, and police; and

    • The future of these technologies and their impact and learning and teaching.

     

    Abstracts are due by: 4 August 2017


     


     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Thursday, 28. September 2017 - 08:00 till 17:30
    MSG-153 15th Workshop on Commercial Technologies and Games for Use in NATO and Nations
  • Mon 2 .
    Oct

    The Headquarters Supreme Allied Commander Transformation and the Science and Technology Organization are pleased to invite the submission of abstracts for papers to be presented at the 11th NATO Operations Research and Analysis (OR&A) Conference on the two full days of 2nd and 3rd of October 2017, hosted by the UK Ministry of Defence in Kensington,London, United Kingdom.

    The OR&A Conference Theme for 2017 will be: Enabling Accelerated Military Decision Making. Abstract submissions consistent with this theme are specifically requested in the following three streams:
    a.Emerging technology: The impact of big data analytics, data visualization, cognitive computing, machine learning, artificial intelligence, open source tools, etc. on the speed and quality of military decision support.
    b.Multi-methodology: Reaching better answers by combining methods.
    c.Back of the envelope: Achievements and limitations of on-the-fly OR&A.

    With this Call for Papers we invite you to submit an abstract that describes the topic you would like to present in one of the three streams mentioned above. Proposed contributions should adhere to the conference theme, be of interest to the NATO OR&A community, and may display study results and/or discuss appropriate tools, techniques and training. A short abstract should be submitted to Mr Jeroen Groenevelt (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) at the NATO/STO Collaboration Support Office before 01 June 2017.

    Authors of accepted abstracts will be notified by 01 July 2017 and should be prepared tosubmit a draft of their presentation slides by 31 August 2017. Extended abstracts, short papersor full papers will also be accepted for publication in the conference proceedings and shouldalso be submitted in draft form by 31 August 2017.

    NATO Operations Research and Analysis Conference 2017
  • Mon 9 .
    Oct

    IST-145 Specialists' Meeting on "Predictive Analytics and Analysis in the Cyber Domain", will take place in Sibiu, Romania, 9 - 11 October 2017.    CALL FOR CONTRIBUTION: Deadline for receipt of extended abstracts: 15 JUNE 2017

    Specialists' Meeting Topics:

    The primary objectives of the Specialists' Meeting are to

    1. Bring together in one group or forum the subject matter experts researching and developing PA Tools for use with Big Data (hard and soft) in order to improve understanding and share thoughts on predictive analytics

    2. Bring together researchers, practitioners, and vendors to discuss the state of the art and practice on predictive analysis in the cyber domain

    3. Provide a forum to present current tangible and theoretical research in the field of Predictive Analysis of Adversarial Cyber Operations

    4. Investigate and suggest an international way forward to progress the state of the art and implementation of adversarial cyber behavior prediction.

    We are seeking papers, research, use-case studies and/or analyses on the predictive analysis of adversarial cyber operations including but not limited to the following topics:

    - Predictive tools being used in big data

    - Findings or experiments on relationships between algorithm types implementing analytics and domain of implementation

    - Fusion of different analytic approaches for prediction of non-signature based cyber attacks

    - Cyber situational awareness conveyance tools and methods situation description

    - Detection of and COA selection as a function of threat capability as defined by the Defence Science Board

    - Evaluation of threats that leverage known vulnerabilities with previously unseen exploits

    - Characterisation of adversarial behavior within a network including TTPs

    - Methods for detecting unknown vulnerabilities

    - Measures and metrics of adversarial cyber activity

    - Methods for dealing with adversarial adaptation to predictive models

    - Cyber OODA loop

    Monday, 09. October 2017 till Wednesday, 11. October 2017 08:00 - 18:00
    IST-145 RSM on Predictive Analytics & Analysis in the Cyber Domain
  • Thu 19 .
    Oct

    The NATO Modelling and Simulation Master Plan highlights the requirement for modelling and simulation (M&S) education in NATO. This conference will provide attendees a forum to advance M&S in the Alliance. The combination of M&S users and developers concentrated in this one forum will not only educate attendees, but also provide fresh ideas for the advancement and effective use of M&S in NATO.

    THEME

    Modelling and Simulation (M&S) has become a critical technology in NATO and Partner Nations. M&S provides training opportunities where mission complexity or limited resources restrict live exercising possibilities. Analysis and Mission planning tools use M&S to support operational decision making. Simulation technology is still rapidly evolving – the past years have shown significant progress, not in the least in the consumer and civilian market. These technological advancements create opportunities for new and innovative applications that can counteract the threats our military organisations face, as well as the fiscal realities. Simulation standards can improve interoperability within the Alliance and enable even more effective use and sharing of NATO and national assets. New technologies and standards nowadays allow easy access to simulation assets for a broader community than ever before; thus making M&S a truly pervasive technology.
    This Symposium will look at developments to help expand NATO’s M&S capabilities in order to provide cost-effective and valid simulation tools. Developments of special interest include (but are not limited to):
    • Real-World Modelling (terrain and behaviour)
    • M&S as a Service
    • Composable simulations
    • C2-Simulation interoperability
    • Interoperability verification testing
    The Symposium will provide a forum to identify and gain input on and resolution of issues associated with NATO M&S Policy, provide overviews of current NATO M&S activities pertaining to both the development and effective employment of M&S, to highlight M&S impact assessments and lessons-learned.
    During the 2017 NMSG Symposium, a specific topic of current interest for NATO/National priority will be chosen for the next year’s edition of this event
    It is anticipated the event will also pursue Keynote Addresses from the Host Nation and NATO representatives as well as Invited Papers.

    This activity is open to NATO, PfP, Global Partners and Invited Contact Countries. All sessions will be Unclassified/Unlimited.

    DEADLINE FOR RECEIPT OF ABSTRACTS: 31 MAY 2017

    Click her to download the Call for Papers

    Thursday, 19. October 2017 till Friday, 20. October 2017 08:00 - 17:30
    MSG-149 RSY on M&S Technologies and Standards for Enabling Alliance Interoperability and Pervasive M&S Applications
  • Mon 23 .
    Oct

    Cyber Resilience is characterized by four abilities: to plan/prepare, absorb, recover from, and adapt to known and unknown threats.

    As interest in Cyber Resilience (as opposed to merely risk-based approaches) is increasing rapidly, in literature and in practice with many nations expressing it in their cyber strategies, the IST-153 Team is organizing a workshop that will explore how the directions of current and future science and technology may impact and define potential breakthroughs in this field. The presentations and discussions at the workshop will reflect the current state of research, projections into the future, with special focus on capabilities, architectures and anticipated technical milestones for achieving higher resilience of cyber infrastructures.

    The Workshop is unclassified and will be held in Munich, Germany, 23-25 October 2017.

    Submissions have to be done BEFORE July 1, 2017, if you wish to present a paper, you can contact the IST Panel Office, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

    Monday, 23. October 2017 till Wednesday, 25. October 2017 08:00 - 17:30
    IST-153 Workshop on Cyber Resilience
  • Tue 31 .
    Oct

     

    The symposium aims at a wide range of sensors domains, including the radio spectrum, electro-optical and acoustics. A secondary goal of the symposium is to cross-fertilize the three domains from lessons learned in individual sensor domains and to assess possibilities for sensor synergy. The symposium will include presentations and/or posters, and a plenary discussion forum. One day of the symposium will be reserved for a hands-on scenario play, where eligible delegates can participate in an “Environmental Obstacle Course” at the Operational School of the Royal Netherlands Navy. This scenario allows participants to discuss the operational deployment of TDAs, and to discuss their benefits and shortcomings.

     

    The SET-244 Symposium is classified up to and including NATO RESTRICTED. Symposium is open to Australia, Finland and Sweden
    Papers and presentations are to be submitted/ presented in English

     

    In order to participate in NATO RETSRICTED session/parts individual must be in position of personal security clearance that validity will be check on the meeting site

     

    Please download  the Call for Papers.

     

     

    The Symposium is not open for the enrollment yet,

     

    Tuesday, 31. October 2017 till Thursday, 02. November 2017 09:00 - 18:30
    SET-244 (RSY) - Bridging the Gap Between TDA Development and Operational Deployment by the Navy
  • Tue 15 .
    May

    The Applied Vehicle Technology Panel (AVT) of the Science and Technology Organisation (STO) of NATO is organising a Research Workshop (RWS) entitled “Advanced Wind Tunnel Boundary Simulation”. The meeting is to be held during the Spring 2018 AVT Panel Business Meeting Week (PBW) in Italy (TBD).  The Workshop will be open to NATO Nations, Australia, Finland and Sweden only.

     Aim and Scope

    One of the major goals of the STO is to monitor emerging technologies and to bring together experts to present and discuss the needs and ideas for these new technologies for application in their fields. This Workshop will provide an opportunity for technical experts from NATO countries, Australia and Sweden to assess the state of the art in the use of high fidelity computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulation of test section wall boundaries and model support hardware in wind tunnel facilities, and to compare results from high fidelity methods to established results.  The following objectives are to be addressed:

    • Evaluate high-fidelity CFD (Euler, Reynolds Averaged Navier-Stokes, Detached Eddy Simulation, Large Eddy Simulation, Lattice Boltzmann, etc.) simulation of wind tunnel wall boundaries, other installation effects including support hardware and compare with established results,
    • Develop recommendations for the use of high fidelity simulation of wall boundaries and model support hardware, and
    • Identify key areas requiring further research and development.

     

     For more information please refer to the attached PDF document "Call for Paper" on the right.

    Tuesday, 15. May 2018 till Thursday, 17. May 2018
    AVT-284 Research Workshop on Advanced Wind Tunnel Boundary Simulation
  • Tue 15 .
    May

     

    The Applied Vehicle Technology Panel (AVT) of the Science and Technology Organization (STO) of NATO is organizing a Specialists’ Meeting entitled “Use of Bonded Joints in Military Applications”. The meeting is to be held during the Spring 2018 AVT Panel Business Week (PBW) meeting in Italy. The Specialist’s Meeting will be open to NATO/PfP Nations, SWE and NZL.

    The objectives of this Specialists’ Meeting are:

    1. to assess the state of the art of bonded joints (including bonded repairs) with respect to design, fabrication, certification, and failure analysis; and
    2. to identify gaps and future work.

    The outcome of the Specialists’ Meeting will provide informed advice to NATO Nations on how to optimize the support of current systems and enhance the design, manufacturing, certification, and maintenance of future systems.

    The following topics are to be covered by AVT-266:

    • Experiences and Best Practice
    • Research and Development
      • Surface preparation
      • Modeling and validation
      • Bond durability
      • Obsolescence
      • Test standards
    • Design and Analyses
      • Design methodologies
      • Analyses and failure criteria
    • Manufacturing
      • Materials and methods (processes)
      • Non-destructive inspection techniques, proof testing
      • Registration, Evaluation, Authorization and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH) regulations
      • Sustainability
    • Certification
      • Smart bonding and multi-functional bonded joints
      • Delamination/disbond arrest features
      • Structural health monitoring

    More details about the selection process, deadlines and schedule, as well as the abstract and paper format requirements are provided in the PDf document "Call for Papers" on the right.

     

     

     

     

    Tuesday, 15. May 2018 till Thursday, 17. May 2018
    AVT-266 Specialists' Meeting on Use of Bonded Joints in Military Applications
  • Tue 15 .
    May

     

    This Specialists' Meeting will be held during the 39th AVT Panel Business Week in Vilnius, Lithuania.

    Therefore, participants to AVT-265 are also invited to participate in the following traditional social events:

    • Evening Reception on Monday evening at the conference venue (hosted event)
    • Technical Tour to Vilnius University and the Centre for Physical Sciences and Technology on Wednesday afternoon (hosted event)
    • Alternative Spouse Programme: Visit to the Old Town of Vilnius on Wednesday afternoon (ca. 15 €)

    If you and/or your spouse/partner would like to participate in these events, please make sure you tick the respective box in the following online registration form.

     

    For detailed information on the programme of this Specialists' Meeting please refer to the AVT-265 Meeting Announcement.

    AVT-265 Integrated Virtual NATO Vehicle Development
  • Tue 15 .
    May

     

    This Specialists' Meeting will be held during the 39th AVT Panel Business Week in Vilnius, Lithuania.

    Therefore, participants to AVT-272 are also invited to participate in the following traditional social events :

    • Evening Reception on Monday evening at the conference venue (hosted event)
    • Technical Tour to Vilnius University and the Centre for Physical Sciences and Technology on Wednesday afternoon (hosted event)
    • Alternative Spouse Programme: Visit to the Old Town of Vilnius on Wednesday afternoon (ca. 15 €)

    If you and/or your spouse/partner would like to participate in these events, please make sure you tick the respective box in the following online registration form.

     

    For detailed information on the programme of this Specialists' Meeting please refer to the AVT-272 Meeting Announcement.

    AVT-272 Impact of Volcanic Ash Clouds on Military Operations
  • Tue 15 .
    May

     

    This Specialists' Meeting will be held during the 39th AVT Panel Business Week in Vilnius, Lithuania.

    Therefore, participants to AVT-273 are also invited to participate in the following traditional social events :

    • Evening Reception on Monday evening at the conference venue (hosted event)
    • Technical Tour to Vilnius University and the Centre for Physical Sciences and Technology on Wednesday afternoon (hosted event)
    • Alternative Spouse Programme: Visit to the Old Town of Vilnius on Wednesday afternoon (ca. 15 €)

    If you and/or your spouse/partner would like to participate in these events, please make sure you tick the respective box in the following online registration form.

     

    For detailed information on the programme of this Specialists' Meeting please refer to the AVT-273 Meeting Announcement.

    AVT-273 Approval of RPAS Operations: Airworthiness, Risked-Based Methods, Operational Limitations
  • Mon 15 .
    Oct

     

    AVT-306 Specialists’ Meeting Topics

    The Specialists’ Meeting will be organized as a three-day event consisting of several sessions with both oral and poster presentations and plenty of time for discussions and is open to NATO Nations plus Australia, Sweden and Finland as well as to Ukraine.

    Papers are invited in the areas of:

    • Lessons learned from the implementation, certification and exploitation of recent EHM/PHM, Blade Health Management (BHM) and active control systems,
    • New capabilities enabled by advanced non-intrusive sensors,
    • Instrumentation and EHM/PHM technologies for unmanned platforms powered by gas-turbines
    • Technologies for active control of components in the gas path to enhance performance and reduce emission and noise,
    • Standardization of on-vehicle instrumentation, including common ports, requirements and calibration methods for transducer Models, algorithms and data analysis methodologies used for active control of components, prediction of remaining life and performance enhancement,
    • High temperature electronics and instrumentation technologies,
    • Ensuring sensor reliability and performance
    • Advanced control architecture concepts such as distributed engine control.

     

    Submissions are solicited on any of the listed topics, or on any other topic that illuminates any of the themes.

    All details about the event, deadlines and schedule, as well as the abstract and paper format requirements are provided in the PDf document "Call for Papers" on the right.

     

     

     

     

    Monday, 15. October 2018 till Friday, 19. October 2018
    AVT-306 Specialists' Meeting on Transitioning Gas Turbine Instrumentation  from Test Cells to On-Vehicle Applications

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