How Aeronautics will Impact the World Over the Next 30 Years – Reminder
Dr. Ian Fejtek, CASI President

It’s an exciting time to be entering the world of aeronautics with current developments and future plans in research and development promising challenging work for the next generation of aeronautics specialists.

Meet Dr. Fejtek when he presents an overview of recent and ongoing aeronautic research and development activities and projects being conducted around the world. He will touch on topics related to UAVs, eVTOL vehicles for urban transportation, electric aircraft, flying cars, green transport aircraft, supersonic business jets and hybrid airships. What progress has been made to-date? What are the challenges that need to be overcome? What ideas are companies and organizations like Amazon, Google, Uber, NASA, Boeing and Airbus pursuing?

Learn about the status of Lillium’s all electric 2-seater VTOL personal aircraft, Terrafugia’s flying car, Pipistrel’s electric aircraft for flight schools, Aerion’s supersonic business jet, the Airlander hybrid airship, and much more!

Bring a guest who would like to learn about CASI and the benefits of membership.

Date: Tuesday, March 20, 2018
Time: 6:00 PM
Location: University of Ottawa at the SITE building – 800 King Edward, Room 5084

Parking is available on the streets and in the Mann Ave garage across the street