May 17-19, 2016                                          Resorts Hotel

Daily Tech Symposium News in Your Inbox!

Live coverage, event information, and everything thing you need to know to make the most out your #ACY16 experience.

We're doing things a little differently this year. In addition to the conference magazine you received at registration, we are producing a daily onsite e-newsletter. Check your inbox each morning for content, updates, and reminders like: 
  • Registration is open from 7 a.m. until 6 p.m. in the Ocean Ballroom today.
  • Buses to Tech Center Tuesday depart Resorts at 8 a.m. and 12:30 p.m., and depart the Tech Center at 12:30 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. Bring your government-issued ID!      
  • Don't forget to bring your drink tickets with you when you attend the opening reception at Landshark Bar & Grill, sponsored by Sunhillo Technical Services, at 6 p.m. tonight!
Who's Coming to the ATCA Tech Symposium?
Sponsored by TKO's, take a minute and browse the roster of who is currently registered this year.*

* We'll even email you a final roster after the event is over!

Welcome to #TechTuesday!
Buses leave Resorts at 8 a.m. and 12:30 p.m., and depart the Tech Center at 12:30 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. This is the easiest and quickest way to access the facility! 

Tech Tuesday 2016 offers a behind-the-scenes glimpse at the facility responsible for the R&D and V&V that keeps our National Airspace System the safest in the world. 
Six track tours and tech talks, 40+ featured programs, and one drone cage 
(sorry, no partridge in a pear tree). 
VIDEO: It's not exactly a 
drone cage death match, but it's still pretty cool!
Now Entering the Drone Zone
Rowan University students' drone cage meets FAA's Aviation STEM Challenge head on.
A visit to Tech Center Tuesday isn't complete without stopping to admire the drone cage. Luckily, it's impossible to miss in the center of the atrium. The drone zone cage is the centerpiece of the event and a representation of the Tech Center's collaboration with government, academia, and industry. 

The drone cage was on full display yesterday during the Tech Center's first-ever Aviation STEM Day with 114 registered students from 22 schools and universities. The drone zone cage was designed by Rowan University engineering students and built by the FAA.
First time to the 
William J. Hughes Technical Center?
Did you know the campus spans 5,059 acres with more than 250 buildings and 4,500 employees?

Shelley Yak, Director
The FAA William J. Hughes Technical Center is the nation's premier air transportation system laboratory. The Technical Center's highly technical and diverse workforce conducts test and evaluation, verification and validation, and sustainment of the FAA's full spectrum of aviation systems, and develops scientific solutions to current and future air transportation safety challenges by conducting applied research and development. Technical Center engineers, scientists, mathematicians, and technical experts utilize a robust, one-of-a-kind, world class laboratory environment to identify integrated system solutions for the modernization and sustainment of the NAS, and for delivering NextGen operational capabilities.

Click  HERE for the more information on Tech Tuesday.
Our Exhibitors are Here!
ATCA's Tech Symposium attracts some of the nation's most cutting-edge organizations dedicated to the advancement of the NAS. Make sure you take some time to learn more about what they do!

ACY Aviation News & Info

Stockton aviation park puts land in ACIA control

The board of the Stockton Aviation Research and Technology Park voted Thursday to assign a portion of its leased land to the Atlantic County Improvement Authority, so it can finance the long-awaited project.

Photo:  Michael Ein / Staff Photographer, Press of Atlantic City
Atlantic City aviation timeline

Since the early 1900s, Atlantic City has been investing in aviation technology. 

Photo:  Atlantic City Free Public Library
VIDEO: Atlantic City International Airport receives $450,000 for emergency vehicle

ATLANTIC CITY - A new aircraft rescue and firefighting vehicle will soon be calling Atlantic City International Airport home.
Air Traffic Control Association
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