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AIA desires new futures through cutting-edge technology solutions that restore equity in Australia and abroad. This is the first dedicated conference for tiltrotor technology in Australasia and offers a starting point for commercial introduction into our landscape.
Everyone deserves to feel safe and be healthy. By introducing the tiltrotor to Australia there is obvious gain via improved support to people in remote and rural areas, whilst also providing a benefit to people in urban areas.
Aeromedical Innovation Australasia supported by Airmid Training Solutions are proud to announce this Inuagural seminar to discuss tiltrotor operations in Australia specific to emergency management. Our aim is to encourage discussion between industry, government and the manufacturer to assist with the timely introduction of the AW609 into Australia. The seminar will be held over two days at the Brisbane Rydges South Bank Hotel in their modern function suite with a food and drink package included. The conference venue is a short walk from the South Bank Railway station, which provides easy access to Brisbane airport via the Airtrain.
Day one will start with a registration session from 08:00 to 08:30 with doors closing and the seminar commecing at 08:30 until the finish at 17:00.
On day two of the seminar doors will open at 08:00 and formally commence at 08:30, finishing at 17:00.
In the evening of the 21st, a networking function is being sponsored by Flight Centre on their picturesque roof top terrace. Only a short walk from the Rydges Hotel it overlooks the Brisbane river, city skyline and the tiltrotor ready helipad on Lady Cilento Children's Hospital. At no extra cost (included in seminar attendee ticket price) this will be your opportunity to meet presenters, discuss business opportunities and further the cause of AW609 introduction to Australia.
AIA was formed in 2015 and is now a registered Australian charity. We are independent facilitators, focussed on patient-centred improvements to communities in rural and remote Australia. We strive to champion new futures for rural and remote healthcare with integrity and collaboration.
Equitable critical care for all Australians.
Accelerating the integration of and discovering new technologies to healthcare delivery through research and innovation.
Project Thunderbird is the flagship inaugural initiative of AIA to improve clinical outcomes and increase efficiency of aeromedicine for rural Australians through the integration of tiltrotor aircraft. There is rapid arrival of a specialist team, evacuation of the casualty in a vehicle that permits "treatment during transport" and timely direct transport to a facility of definitive care.
Project Thunderbird Lead
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