NBAA Emerging Technologies Committee
Formed in 2019, NBAA’s newest committee helps drive the future of aviation safety and policy as new technologies become integrated into the National Airspace System.
Advanced Air Mobility
From unmanned drones to electrically powered vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) vehicles, the future of aviation is being created right now. NBAA’s coverage of these groundbreaking technologies will keep you informed about their business applications.
Fueling The Future
NBAA partnered with other industry stakeholders to develop this guide to sustainable aviation fuel (SAF), a drop-in replacement for traditional Jet A that has the potential to substantially reduce emissions.
NBAA GO Avionics Update
The Virtual International Operators Conference (IOC) featured this forward-looking discussion of the safety and operational benefits provided by the next generation of avionics technology.
NOTAM and Aeronautical Information Modernization
Watch this News Hour webinar to see how NOTAM and aeronautical information modernization initiatives are helping streamline the flow of critical flight information.
The Flight Deck of the Future
Simplified vehicle operations (SVO) offers the potential to assist pilots with all aspects of operating an aircraft. This NBAA Flight Plan podcast breaks down the benefits and potential obstacles of flight deck automation.
Small Flight Department Maintenance Best Practices
This resource offers tips on keeping your plane airworthy, preserving residual value of the asset and resolving unscheduled maintenance events as quickly and safely as possible.
Insurance Renewal Questions
Aviation insurance premiums have spiked recently, but there are things operators can do to mitigate the impact of the increases.
By the Numbers: The Future of Connectivity
From faster broadband speeds to expanded service-provider options, onboard internet technology has grown by leaps and bounds over the past decade. What trends will shape the next decade of business aircraft connectivity?
Business Aviation’s Virtual Trade Show
NBAA will hold the first-ever online business aviation trade show, the Virtual Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (VBACE), on Dec. 2-3. The event is free for members and will incorporate many of the traditional elements of NBAA’s successful live events, including exhibit booths, keynote speakers, product demonstrations, education sessions and more.
Exhibitors will be able to customize their booths and engage with virtual show-goers from around the world, network with visitors and exchange information in real time. Attendees will be able to connect with exhibitors by product category and other quick-search criteria. Attendees will be able to network through direct personal connections and in subject-matter lounges.
VBACE will include inspirational keynote speakers and a host of forward-looking education sessions. Access to the show also will be available after the event ends, so attendees will have ample time to continue to experience the booths and education sessions, and exhibitors will have the opportunity for additional exposure to customers.