The ASI Section within DAVENG fulfils two main (yet entirely separate) roles:
As circumstances permit, ASI Section will coordinate the ADF ASI Symposium.
The ADF Aircraft Structural Integrity Symposium (AASIS) is the only dedicated forum for military Aircraft Structural Integrity in Australasia. The theme varies from year-to-year with past ones being:
The Symposium is targeted at all personnel involved in the acquisition and in-service management of ADF aircraft systems, as well as interested representatives from foreign military forces, science and technology organisations, research and development centres, commercial aviation organisations, airworthiness regulators and academia.
Registration for the ADF ASI Symposium is free. The cost of travel, accommodation, and incidentals are the responsibility of the delegate's organisation.
Details of future ADF ASI Symposiums will be published on this website under the ‘Education and Training’ section.
Aircraft Structural Integrity (ASI) Familiarisation Course provides a synopsis of ASI management in Defence. This course is primarily suited to Aircraft Structural Integrity Program (ASIP) managers, Defence personnel, Industry SI engineers, or airframe/structures engineers involved in SI management. The course is designed to highlight the importance of effective structural integrity management with case studies and group collaboration to engage students in the content. This course is intended to complement other Defence Aviation Safety Regulations (DASR) courses by providing specific information for how ASIPs enhance aircraft safety.
Further information on the course is available on this website under the ‘Education and Training’, via the link here.
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