Welcome to the COPPERSTATE 2020 Forums page!
If you have an area of aviation expertise you’d like to share with the community of aviation enthusiasts, please e-mail us at the addresses shown below (please send your message to both of us so we’ll be less likely to miss it). In your message, please list the title of your presentation, the name of the speaker, company affiliation (if any), and your preference for day and time. Please see the forum's schedule on this site for the available time slots. We’ll try to accommodate your preference on a first-come, first-served basis. As you see on the forum's schedule, time slots are 55 minutes maximum, to allow audiences time to exit before the next audience enters. (Please note that the FAAST forums do not necessarily start on the hour, but in some cases, the half-hour.)
We provide 20×30 foot tents in the Forums Plaza, each seating approximately 60 people. Each tent is equipped with a whiteboard and markers, 120 VAC power, and a public address system. Video projectors are available for your presentation, projected on the whiteboard; Tent #2 will have a 46" flat-screen TV and tents #3 & #4 will have 32" flat-screen TVs.
To get your forum in the COPPERSTATE program, you must sign up by January 24, 2020.
See you at COPPERSTATE!
|John Harlow||Lynn Wesley|
|COPPERSTATE Forums Chairman||COPPERSTATE Forums|
Please note: the Forums are currently being scheduled; please check back at a later date to check on updated Forum times.
2020 Schedule of Forums
(click a date tab for a list that day's forums)
Friday, February 7, 2020 ForumsFriday, February 7, 2020 Forums
|9:00 AM||1 FAAST SEMINAR 9:00 am to 10:00 am||Loss of Control and the Impossible Turn - Session 1|
|2||Advanced STOL and Backcountry Flying||"CC" Pocock||Bush Air|
|3||In Search of Charlie 50||Ron Sath|
|10:00 AM||1 FAAST SEMINAR 10:30 am to 11:30 am||What Would You Do?|
|2||Weight & Balance for the Backcountry Pilot||Brian Schober||Arizona Pilot's Association|
|3||Autogyro Type Certificated Gyroplanes||Mark Rhoads||Autogyro Arizona|
|4||Alternative Engines for Experimental Aircraft||Patrick Panzera, Editor/Publisher||CONTACT! Magazine|
|2||Risk Assessment for Low Level Flying||Bill David, AZGFD||Arizona Pilot's Association|
|3||Sheet Metal Workshop||David Wilcox||WORKSHOP|
|4||Chevy LT1 Engine for experimental aircraf||John Harlow||CONTACTI Magazine|
|12:00 PM||1 FAAST SEMINAR 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm||Military Airspace Safety|
|2||Aviation Home & Hangar Map - 580+ Airparks Online www.airparkmap.com||Erik McCormick||Choice One Properties|
|3||Composite Workshop||David Wilcox||WORKSHOP|
|4||Revmaster R-2300 Engine||Patrick Panzera, Editor/Publisher||CONTACT! Magazine|
|1:00 PM||1 FAAST SEMINAR 1:30 pm to 2:30 pm||Monsoon Flying|
|2||Before & After ADS-B Installation||James Garner||AV8TOR Avionics|
|3||Light Flying with Ultralights||Mo Sheldon||Airparamo|
|4||Corvair Engines for Experimental Aircraft||Lany Nelson|
|2||Experimental Avionics Solutions||Brad Brensing||Garmin|
|3||Van's Aircraft||Sterling Langell|
|4||Revmaster R-3000 Engine||Patrick Panzera, Editor/Publisher||CONTACT! Magazine|
|2||Introduction to Part 21, PMA Parts||Mark Gregory||KLM Industries|
|3||Military Airspace Impact on the National Airspace and Why||Terry Hansen||US Marine|
|4||The new TURBO, and the new PSRU for the Revmaster R-2300!||Ralph Maloof||Revmaster Aviation|
|2||Affordable Flying & Light-Sport Aircraft||Tyler Sepp||Eagle Sports|
|3||Oil Analysis||Larry Nelson||Lab1/LNCLABS|
|4||Pegasus 60HP 1/2 0-200 Kit Engine||Patrick Panzera, Editor/Publisher||CONTACT! Magazine|