Published 22 Feb 2017
Copernicus Technology will be at Avalon 2017 next week, meeting partners and clients at the event and playing a significant part in the show's technical conference. The show is the Australian equivalent of the Farnborough and Paris air shows and is held every 2 years at Avalon Airport, Geelong, Victoria. Copernicus Technology will be represented at this year's event by our Australian representative GPCAPT[Retd] John Baker AM, and by our Business Development Director, Roo Hornby.
Avalon is the leading Aviation, Aerospace & Defence event in the Australian and Pacific Region and combines an international airshow, Aerospace & Defence exposition and an international technical conference. Having won the award for best Health & Usage Monitoring Systems (HUMS) paper at Avalon 2015, this year John Baker will again play a notable role at Avalon 2017's Australian International Aerospace Conference. John will present a Copernicus Technology paper at the HUMS section of the conference on Monday 27th on "Solving the Mystery of the Disappearing Symptom and Why it Benefits the Product Life Cycle", and the following day he will chair the conference sesson on HUMS Sensor Technologies. The HUMS sessions of the conference will be held at Melbourne Cricket Ground and you can view the presentation programme here.
About Copernicus Technology
Copernicus Technology is an ISO9001:2008 company providing award-winning Ncompass™ test equipment and MRO & Logistics data exploitation tools to help our Aerospace, Defence & Transport clients reduce life-cycle costs and increase operational reliability by fixing the causes of ‘downtime’ and ‘No Fault Found’.
Copernicus Technology operate in Australia and the UK and we have industry partners worldwide.