Personal Electronic Devices on Aircraft and St. Patrick's Day Dinner

When:  Mar 16, 2017 from 06:00 PM to 08:30 PM (CT)
Associated with  Chicago

Speaker: David Walen -Chief Scientific and Technical Advisor for Aircraft Electromagnetic Compatibility, Federal Aviation Administration

Overview: Portable electronic devices such as smart phones and tablets are indispensable for many people. These devices integrate high speed computer processors, electronic cameras, satellite-based position services, and radios to support voice and data communications. In late 2013, US airlines allowed passengers to use their tablets, laptops, e-readers and video players during all phases of flight, but require that passengers turn their phones to "airplane mode" during flight. This change seems inconsistent with the earlier restrictions where passengers had to turn off all portable electronic devices during takeoff and landing.

Cost:  Free


Elite Electronic Engineering, Inc.
1516 Centre Circle,
Downers Grove, IL 60515


Kathy Barri
630-495-9770 Ext 0