Christian Belleux, Aviation/Military Business Manager, McMurdo and Erwin White, North America Regional Manager, Aviation
Seven aircraft have been reported missing since 2000. This begs the question, “How is it possible to lose a plane in this day and age of advanced technology?”
In this webinar thought leaders in the aviation community will share their views on the state of the aviation search and rescue industry including:
• An overview of the various aviation-related search and rescue technologies and processes used today.
• The challenges that exist to “find” the aircraft, to “predict” potential emergency situations, and to “communicate” for assistance while in the air before tragedy occurs.
• A peek into the future convergence of today’s fragmented aviation systems and technologies including an update on various initiatives currently underway to improve aviation safety going forward.
Join us as we share our ideas on how the aviation industry will evolve into a more comprehensive, connected, integrated aviation emergency “ecosystem” that will prevent emergencies, protect assets and, ultimately, save more lives.
About Our Speakers:
Christian Belleux is Aviation/Military Business Unit Manager of McMurdo Group. He has held various marketing and business development positions at Lucas Aerospace and Meggitt Aerospace. Christian has an engineering degree in Aerospace from ESTACA and a Masters in European and International Management from ESC Reims. He has also participated in the Boston Northeastern University International Business Program and the INSEAD European Marketing Program.
Erwin White is McMurdo's new Aviation/Military North America Regional Manager. Erwin brings experience from his 10-year Air Force career, along with an additional 15 years of supporting combat aircraft projects, along with providing maintenance, advanced technologies, safety, and weapons systems development. He has worked directly with the B-52G Stratofortress, C-141B Starlifter, C-5B Galaxy, C-130 Hercules, and systems improvements on the F-15D Eagle, F-16 Fighting Falcon, and F-22 Raptor.