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2017

6/21

‘2017 AsiaSASI EXCO Meeting and Investigation Practice Technical Meeting’
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The Aviation Safety Council (ASC) held the '2017 AsiaSASI EXCO Meeting and Investigation Practice Technical Meeting ' on June 20 and 21, 2017.

The ASC joined the International Society of Air Safety Investigators (ISASI) as a member in 1998. With a view to promoting experiences-sharing, information-exchange and establishing resources-interchange among air safety investigators and air safety investigating bodies within Asian region, eighteen Corporate Members and four Individual Members of ISASI in Asia co-initiated the formation of an Asian Regional Chapter of the ISASI, so the Asian Society of Air Safety Investigators (AsiaSASI) was formed in 2009. The ASC was invited to become a founding member of the AsiaSASI and joined the Executive Committee (EXCO) to be a co-opted Member on April, 2015. Currently members of EXCO are: Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore, Macau and Indonesia. The AsiaSASI EXCO meeting is hosted by Member State annually on a rotational basis.

The 2017 AsiaSASI EXCO Meeting is hosted by ASC on 20 June 2017. Participants include Japan Transport Safety Board (JTSB), Indonesian National Transportation Safety Committee (NTSC), and Transport Safety Investigation Bureau (TSIB) of Singapore. Administrative operations, future direction and activities, funding and publications are among the main items of agenda.

To enable representatives of AsiaSASI EXCO and Taiwan's civil aviation industries to share and exchange further on aviation occurrence investigation, the ASC has also organized the ‘2017 AsiaSASI Investigation Practice Technical Meeting’ on 21 June. Invited speakers included Mr. Christophe Menez,specialists from the BEA of France, on Accuracy and limitation of Internet Flight Tracking Data for Accident Investigation; Mr. Guan Wen-Lin of ASC Taiwan will speak on Retrieving Information from Non-ARINC Recorders; Mr. Koji Fukuda from JTSB of Japan will speak on Use of Drone for Accident Investigation; Mr. Ray Nurcahyo from NTSC of Indonesia will cover Utilizing Modern Technology to Assist General Aviation Investigation; Mr. Kuo Chia-Wei, Deputy Egineer of ASC Taiwan will speak on Aviation and Lightweight Recording System on GA FDM. Hopefully information exchange and experience sharing at this seminar will be useful and conducive to a safer sky.

 

 

 

Sherry Liu, Engineer
Tel: 89127388-330
Email: sherry@asc.gov.tw

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