ASOG 2024 Spring Training Week

ASOG 2024 Spring Training Week


Are you ready to soar to new heights in your career as an Airborne Sensor Operator? Look no further! Our comprehensive course is designed to equip you with the essential skills and knowledge needed to excel in operating basic ASO workstation mission management systems and associated sensors

This course caters to novice and experienced non-rated/rated aircrew members (such as Airborne Sensor Operators, TFOs, etc.), Specialists & Technicians, and Supervisors engaged in various Aerial Work aviation operations (including Public Safety, Defense, and Commercial sectors).

This course is tailored for individuals with foundational knowledge of basic flight operations and sensor usage. They provide comprehensive insights into airborne AI mission management, sensors and principles of airmanship for non-rated aircrew members. Whether you're seeking to expand your expertise or enhance your skills in these specialized domains, these courses are designed to meet your needs and advance your career in aviation.

Why Attend?

  • Expert instruction from seasoned professionals in the field.
  • State-of-the-art facilities and equipment for immersive learning.
  • Option of two Aerial Work aviation events in one week at the same location.
  • Affordable tuition.
  • Networking opportunities with industry and operators.

What you'll gain:

  • In-depth understanding of airborne sensor operation principles.
  • Proficiency in effectively utilizing unique airborne mission management systems and sensors.
  • Hands-on experience with cutting-edge technology.
  • Practical skills for mission planning, execution, and analysis.
  • Certification upon successful completion.

Partnership Highlights

  • FLYSIGHT, deep dive into OPENSIGHT: The multi-platform PED (Processing, Exploitation and Dissemination) system created to provide the best support in Airborne mission decision making.
  • SAFRAN, featuring EUROFLIR™ 410: Airborne electro-optical system integrated with OPENSIGHT to allows fixed, rotary-wing aircraft & UAV to carry out, in any conditions, intelligence, protection, search and rescue missions thanks to long-range observation and accurate targeting and designation capabilities.
  • CENTUM Research & Technology, highlighting Lifeseeker®: The Airborne Phone Locator System for planes, helicopters and UAVs/ drones SAR Mission Optimization.
  • SMITH MYERS, showcasing ARTEMIS®: The Mobile Phone Location system designed for search and rescue (SAR) operations in challenging airborne environments.

Training Week Description and Issued Certification


The ASOG Training Week, following the Police Aviation Conference (PAvCON) Europe at the same hanger is two days of focused training designed to increase operator airmanship skills and allow attendees to operate leading-edge ASO systems. In addition, attendees will be exposed to the equipment, tools, and techniques necessary to expand their operator knowledge. The training courses offered this week are:

Basic ASO Mission Management Systems Course - Dive into the fundamentals of airborne sensor operation and mission management systems. Gain hands-on experience with cutting-edge technology and learn essential skills for mission planning, execution, and analysis.

The practical activity of navigating the Mission Console OPENSIGHT® system, a Real-time Augmented Reality engine with Artificial Intelligence that leverages Multi-Domain Expertise and features an Operator-Friendly Design, will be introduced.

The course is endorsed by:




  • OPENSIGHT® system technology basic-use Certification
  • ASOG Aerial Mission Management Systems Certification

Course Curriculum

The course curriculum comprises classroom instruction and hands-on practical training, providing participants with a comprehensive learning experience that applies to airborne mission management capabilities to real-world scenarios. Throughout the course, attendees will:

  • Gain insight into the functions and operations of airborne mission management systems and sensors.
  • Engage in simulated exercises that directly correlate with such systems' practical use and operation.
  • Acquire knowledge of fundamental non-rated aircrew airmanship principles and practices essential for safe and effective operations in an airborne environment.

By combining theoretical knowledge with practical application, participants will develop a well-rounded understanding of ASO workstation systems, sensors and non-rated aircrew airmanship, empowering them to excel in their Aerial Work aviation industry roles.

Course Information & Registration

Dates - May 30 - 31, 2024 | 08:00 – 17:00 Daily  (PAvCon Europe | 27 – 29 May, 2024)

Location - Wiener Neustadt East Airport | Austria

Course Cost - €490

ASOG Registration Form



Don't hesitate to contact us at if you need assistance registering. All attendees must be registered to participate by 23 May 2024.

Travel Information

Training Facility

  • Airborne Technologies GmbH, Viktor-Lang Straße 8 (Wiener Neustadt East Airport), 2700 Wiener Neustadt, Austria
  • Conference rooms Alpha and Bravo


  • Air – Airline service to Vienna International Airport or GA aircraft to Wiener Neustadt East Airport with prior permission.
  • Train – Wiener Neustadt Hbf
  • Taxi - Vienna International Airport to Wiener Neustadt (Cost around €140)


  • Hilton Garden Inn | +43 2622 29400 | | Promenade 6. | 2700 Wiener Neustadt | Austria
  • Hotel Garni Steinfeld | +43 2622 26907 | | Nikolaus-August-Otto Straße 4 | 2700 Wiener Neustadt | Austria

Again, don't miss this unique opportunity to enhance your skills and advance your career in airborne sensor operations. Reserve your spot today and join us after PAvCON on May 30th and 31st, 2024. Spaces are limited, so act fast!

For more information and registration details, visit our website or contact us directly at We look forward to welcoming you to Wiener Neustadt for two days of immersive learning and professional growth!




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