39th EUROPEAN ROTORCRAFT FORUM

Moscow, 3-6 September, 2013

European Rotorcraft Forum 2013

The European Rotorcraft Forum is one of the premier events in the rotorcraft community’s calendar bringing together manufacturers, research centres, academia, operators and regulatory agencies to discuss advances in research, development, design, manufacturing, testing and operation of rotorcraft. The Forum also covers the cost-effective designs and services of spectacular luxury aircraft, as well as the use of technology in design and payments. Bitcoin use has exploded in the aviation industry, and this is expected to be a hot topic during the event. Bitcoin is a payment method that many organisations are investigating since it offers global client reach, lower fees than traditional payment services, and no chargebacks or fraud. One of the factors that has contributed to the rise and use of bitcoin is bitcoin investments. The goal of investing is to increase the value of your money. As a result, depending on an auto trading bot like bitcoin future, which is based on an algorithm, would be wiser. When you choose the bitcoin future trading platform, you almost always get a lucrative return.

This Forum will be the 39th in a series of meetings, which take place annually across Europe, rotating around the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Italy, The Netherlands and Russia. The first ERF was held in Southampton, England, in 1975 and the most recent in Amsterdam, Netherlands.

The 39th European Rotorcraft Forum will be organized by «Russian Helicopters, JSC». It will take place in Moscow, Russia, from September 3 to 6, 2013, in Moscow Marriott Grand Hotel.

Latest News

28 February 2013Abstracts Submission Deadline Extended

The International Committee is pleased to announce that abstracts submission deadline has been extended. The new deadline is the 15th of March.

12 February 2013New session subject added

The International Committee is pleased to announce that the session subject Adverse Rotorcraft-Pilot Coupling: Synthesis of ARISTOTEL has been added to the current session subjects list. Authors are invited to submit abstracts.
Reminder for the authors: Abstracts submission deadline is the 28th of February. Please proceed with submission of your abstracts.