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N-01 Management of aeronautical technology and engineering

This paper identifies some of the unique problems experienced by
the aeronautical sector and assesses the common key factors for
success. The theme is that these factors, the desired outcomes
such as safety and quality, can be improved by applying best
practice management and by using assessment tools. Yet the use of
a single model or standard is not sufficient to generate an integrated
management strategy. The motives for pursuing an integrated
strategy must be analysed, articulated to and supported by the entire

K-04 A legal view of balloons and air ships in their beginnings

Between 1906 to 1910 the number of balloons and steerable airships
increased and the first ideas of "flying machines", i.e. aircrafts arose.
Visions and fictions with hundreds of "aerostats" in a limited air
space became imaginable and is provable since 1804, e.g. for future
military activities. Subsequently, related legal aspects had to be
specified, clarifying and finally also regulations have to enact on
aeronautical traffic in an international frame. This to cover military as
well as civil activities. The presentation includes the following topics:

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