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Singapore Airshow 2016, which will be held from 16 to 21 February, offers a whole suite of show features. We would like to take this opportunity to shine the spotlight on the Business Forums.

With three new ones namely the Emerging Technologies Business Forum, France - Singapore Business Forum and Training & Simulation Business Forum as well as the returning Asia Business Forum, you can be sure that you would be kept up to date on the latest in the aerospace and defence sector.

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Emerging Technologies Business Forum
Emerging Technologies Business Forum

18 Feb 2016 (Thurs), 10.30am - 12.30pm

The global focus on cost efficiency and increased productivity has propelled the adoption of the latest emerging technologies. The Emerging Technologies Business Forum will feature two focal emerging technologies domains, namely Additive Manufacturing and Big Data Analytics.

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France - Singapore Business Forum
France - Singapore Business Forum

17 Feb 2016 (Weds), 2.00pm - 4.00pm

In collaboration with our feature country France, GIFAS is organising the France - Singapore Business Forum to open doors of partnership between Singapore and France. The Forum will cover topics like R&D existing cooperation, innovation and new paradigm in aerospace MRO.

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Training and Simulation Business Forum
Training & Simulation Business Forum

18 Feb 2016 (Thurs), 2.00pm – 4.00pm

The expanding Asia Pacific air transport sector boosts demand for training capacities in this region, while the procurement of new military assets in the developing nations stimulate the growth of the military training and simulation market. At the upcoming forum, speakers will share their perspectives on the latest developments in using simulation to enhance human performance and reduce limitations, as well as challenges and success stories faced in application.

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Asia Business Forum
Asia Business Forum

17 Feb 2016 (Weds), 10.30am - 12.30pm

The Asian region has been enjoying robust and substantial growth in the aerospace sector. According to ICF International, there are over 27,500 aircraft in service with the world's airliners and the second largest fleet concentration remains in Asia Pacific, accounting for 26% of the fleet. Learn more about the developments in Asia at the forum as it focuses on the new growth drivers and the increasing challenges and opportunities in China, Japan, Malaysia and Indonesia.

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