Ideagen Gael to exhibit at Flight Safety Symposium in London

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AVIATION safety management software developer, Ideagen Gael, is pleased to announce it is returning to Flightglobal’s annual Flight Safety Symposium this month.

Ideagen Gael, who develop software and provide services for over 300 aviation organisations globally, are adopting the topic ‘Demonstrate Business Efficiency’ for the two day event next week.

Representatives from the company will be exhibiting at the event to showcase its latest product innovations for the management of compliance, safety and risk.

Ideagen Gael’s team will be joined by senior representatives of Spirit Airlines, the American ultra-low cost airline who are users of the company’s Q-Pulse safety management product. Spirit will form part of a panel discussion entitled ‘Improving Your SMS’ as well as Emma Roberts, the carrier’s Safety Management System Manager, presenting a keynote speech entitled ‘Spotlight on Technology – Supporting a Safety Management System through the use of Technology’.

Steven Cespedes, Ideagen Gael’s Head of Aviation, said: “Flightglobal’s Flight Safety Symposium is one of the most eagerly awaited aviation safety events of the year and we are absolutely delighted to be exhibiting and attending once more.

“The event provides us with the opportunity to network with key members of the aviation community as well as showcase our latest products, innovations and thoughts on flight safety levels throughout the industry.

“This year, we are particularly excited by the involvement of Spirit Airlines; great advocates of electronic safety management systems who themselves have benefitted immensely from our Q-Pulse safety management software and supporting services.”

Flightglobal’s Flight Safety Symposium is one of the most definitive safety events in the aviation calendar. Held in London on Tuesday 15th and Wednesday 16th September 2015, the symposium is split into three safety conferences; ‘Commercial Flight Safety 2015’, ‘Safety in Air Traffic Control 2015’ and ‘Airline Engineering & Maintenance Safety 2015’.

This year, delegates will benefit from unrestricted access to all events, allowing them to choose which presentations to attend and debates to be involved in whilst being given the opportunity to network with experts from all areas of Aviation Safety.

As well as Spirit Airlines, delegates can also hear from airlines including Ryanair, Flybe, United and Air Astana as well as take part in full interactive debates.

Source / Author: Ideagen Gael