This workshop focuses on the use of test instrumentation and resulting data. From the sensor to the recorder, to the display in the control room, and finally the plot in the test report, we all use instrumentation.
Future Test and Evaluation (T&E) will take place with limited resources on both sides—the equipment and the people who use it. With the ever-in-creasing complexity of test articles and decreasing schedules and budgets, T&E organizations have begun searching for new ways to instrument, test, and evaluate aeronautical systems. Facing shortages in equipment, capabilities, and personnel, today’s T&E leaders must unleash their people to innovate to plan, provision, and conduct missions safely and effectively.
Our goal is to identify and address those instrumentation and data issues and challenges faced by the flight test community. Please join us at the 2020 ITEA Test Instrumentation Workshop to share your experiences, les-sons learned, and solutions to the problems we face in today’s constrained test and evaluation environments.
This workshop is centrally located in the US South West Range complex, the largest test and training range in the world. Home to Air Force, Army, Navy, NASA, and commercial test and training facilities, it also encompasses some of the most innovative and leading-edge aerospace companies in the world.