FSEMC includes users of flight and cabin simulators (dynamic and static). Users include airlines, commuter airlines, and other simulation users. Participants include airframe manufacturers, aircraft equipment suppliers, and simulator equipment suppliers.

The FSEMC consists of representatives from the technical leadership of the air transport flight simulator engineering and maintenance community (Operators), other companies whose primary involvement with flight simulators is as users with significant engineering and maintenance resources committed to the support of simulator use (Other Users), organizations who support the above named groups through provisions of materials or services (Suppliers), and other interested organizations (Others). The voting membership of FSEMC consists of Operators and Other Users (Users) who are present and registered at the annual conference.

FSEMC accomplishes its objectives through a number of activities including an annual conference, steering committee meetings, task group activities, and liaison with the AEEC and with other aviation or electronic industry activities.

The Flight Simulator Engineering and Maintenance Committee (FSEMC) provides cost effective solutions to simulator operational and maintenance problems through the widely respected international conference and establishes technical standards that increase simulator readiness and reduce operational costs.

Attended by more than 300 flight simulator experts from around the world, the annual conference identifies technical solutions to engineering and maintenance issues resulting in immediate and long-term savings and increased efficiency for simulator users.

The activities of the FSEMC are led by the FSEMC Steering Committee in accordance with the Terms of Reference approved by SAE ITC. The ARINC Standards Development Document specifies the procedures used to develop voluntary consensus-based ARINC Standards.

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