AEA was founded in 1957, the Aircraft Electronics Association represents nearly 1,300 member companies in 41 countries. The seat of the AEA is located on top of Lee, Missouri, USA. The AEA members include governmental certified repair stations, avionics manufacturers, repair installations of instruments, instrument manufacturers, aircraft manufacturers, test equipment manufacturers, distributors of all, engineers and educational institutions. Aircraft Electronics Association is committed to improving the profitability of members. The mission of the electronic Aircraft Association is to be an autonomous organization in the world dedicated to improving the profitability of its members by providing effective leadership to its members, which facilitates communication between members by encouraging members to establish quality processes, promote the education of its members and their various constituent groups. For years, the AEA published avionics Driver Guide; the directory includes a consumer educational articles and timely information about the industry avionics, its products and its people. The AEA also formed the foundation called Foundation for Education Electronics Aircraft Association founded in 1990, which original charter was "to enhance, promote and ensure the future of aviation and electronics Aircraft Association in promoting the education of students, technicians, and members of the AEA." The Foundation focuses and are committed to these goals: Training, Scholarship, and careers and to enhance, promote and ensure the future of aviation. The Aircraft Electronics Association conducts several events such as international trade fair and congress meetings and conferences throughout the year.
The Aircraft Electronics Association conducts several events such as international trade fair and congress meetings and workshops throughout the year.
Connect the AEA annual conferences are two-day events that connect personally general aviation industry professionals. Formerly known as regional AEA meetings, conferences Connect AEA increased beyond the mere receipt of regulatory updates and technical training through a classroom lecture - participants are now more engaged than ever in the educational environment with discussions and interactive analysis. The repair stations, regulators and educators show a growing desire to meet, network and personally serious business - they want to connect in person. With a showroom filled with the latest avionics technologies and services, the participants feel a more personal connection with the chance to touch, see and feel fresh products and visit face-to-face with experts.