Everything you need to know about International Military Helicopter USA's first online day!
Research associations are an integral resource for both government and industry to achieve an international competitive edge. This session will provide an overview of efforts made by research associations to collaborate with the US government and drive industry transformation.
This session will focus on aeromedical aspects of helicopter operations, especially in flight conditions in Degraded Visual Environments (DVE). This session will highlight and center training and operations of pilots and crew members and how helicopter development needs must be built on their needs for medivac situations using FVL platforms. This session will also touch on how Army Medivac operations are beginning to take on heightened importance with COVID-19.
This session will provide an updated look into Army priorities in prototyping and acquisition in FVL. This includes progress on timelines effectiveness and costs, as well as RDT&E challenges so far. A specific focus will be on the ongoing development and current downselect/prototyping timelines and requirements for the Future Attack Reconnaissance Aircraft (FARA) program.
Representatives from the top vendors involved in FVL will discuss ongoing successes, challenges and breakthroughs for updating US Army rotary craft. This session’s major focus will be the perspectives of major parts manufacturers and helicopter OEMs on the developments in the FARA and FLRAA programs.
The FLRAA is one of the two main platform development programs under the Future Vertical Lift Program and is set to replace the UH-60 Black Hawk and H-1 Huey in the coming decade. This session will break down the latest stages of development on the FLRAA program and focus on how RDT&E on the two proposals are progressing.
With a focus on advanced rotary and tilt-rotor training, this session will detail Naval aviation training priorities for future fleet service, with a particular focus on maximizing mobility, range and firepower. This session will also discuss proposed requirements for rotary needs within FVL development and address potential acquisition challenges.
The Army National Guard encounters unique challenges when using rotary aviation platforms. This session will address: