infoWERK this year with be exhibiting at the 20th European Airline Training Symposium (EATS) in Estrel Hotel, Berlin, Germany. From 8 - 9 November 2022 infoWERK together with around 80 other exhibitors from more than 50 countries will present its newest technology and be part of the discussion on training to improve safety, resilience and sustanability.

In Booth 608, infoWERK will present a hybrid classroom, adaptable to the various forms of today’s training requirements. Such hybrid classrooms will allow users' training for students online as we as on site. infoWERK will present the required hardware and software, the integration of e-learning and a Learning Management System (LMS), and explain the entire classroom equipment including camera and video technology.

In addition to exhibiting at EATS, the company has had a busy 2022 so far with lots of news to share.

infoWERK has expanded its business relationship with E-Aviation (Eisele Flugdienst GmbH, Stuttgart/Germany) for a customized LMS to manage numerous e-learning courses from its library of flight and cabin crew courseware.

The new agreement provides flight crew and instructors access to their customized E-Aviation LMS platform with the purpose to deliver, track and manage students' learning progress and performance.

In addition, infowerk has combined Human Factors and Safety training to cover Part-145 and Part-CAMO training requirements

With the introduction of Part CAMO, EASA created a requirement for Initial and Recurrent 'Safety Training'. By September last year all European CAMO Organisations should transistion to Part CAMO.

EASA regulations specify different training syllabi for Part-145 Human Factors Initial training and Part-CAMO Initial Safety training. Due to similar content of both trainings infoWERK has developed a combined version satisfying the requirements of Appendix II (Part-145) GM1 145.A.30(e) and Appendix Vc (Part-CAMO) GM2 CAMO.A.305(g).

The combined training will introduce the learners to all elements of Aviation Safety Systems & Human Factors with the intention of providing a better understanding of the subject and to find workable methods to improve standards and compliance.

infoWERK has also made it into the TOP 100. Ranga Yogeshwar honored infoWERK Medien & Technik GmbH for its success in the TOP 100 innovation competition. The award ceremony took place on 24 June at the business summit in Frankfurt, Germany for all medium-sized companies that were awarded the TOP 100 seal at the beginning of this year.

Science journalist Ranga Yogeshwar has accompanied the innovation competition as a mentor for 11 years. In the scientific selection process, infoWERK was particularly convincing in the size category A (up to 50 employees in Germany) in the category "Innovation-promoting top management".