Publications

Singapore Aviation Industry Directory

The Singapore Aviation Industry Directory (SAID) is published by the AAIS with the support of the Singapore Economic Development Board (EDB) and Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS).

Singapore Aerospace Suppliers Directory

The Singapore Aerospace Suppliers Directory (SASD) is a biennial publication published with the support of the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS), Singapore Economic Development Board (EDB), International Enterprise (IE) Singapore, and SPRING Singapore.

Asia-Pacific Aviation Directory

The first of its kind in the region, APAD is a one-stop digital reference for comprehensive information on aviation suppliers and service providers in Asia-Pacific and beyond.

AeroSpace Singapore

Launched in February 2008, Aerospace Singapore is a tri-annual publication on the aerospace industry in Singapore as well as the region. It is a specialised magazine covering important issues of economic, commercial, legal, managerial and operational aspects of the industry. The magazine underwent a facelift in 2014, with a sleeker and more reader-friendly design and layout. The focus of its contents became geared towards technological advances, new products and services as well as industry growth trends. There are also sections devoted to space technologies, defence, SMEs in the industry, training and youth outreach,as well as lifestyle.

Today, Aerospace Singapore has established itself as a valuable information source, and an important business link between suppliers and users of aerospace components and services, with adequate space for business development and marketing opportunities. The magazine’s reach has also expanded, with copies also being distributed at major events such as the Singapore Airshow.

Aerospace Singapore is available on a subscription basis both locally and overseas.

 

Read our Latest Feature

Simulation and Virtual Reality: A New Age of Training Technologies

The American futurist, Stanley G. Weinbaum, described virtual reality (VR) decades before the term gained widespread reception, in his short story – Pygmalion’s Spectacles. In the story, the main character encountered an elfin professor who had invented a pair of goggles which allowed people to experience “a movie that gives one sight and sound, taste, smell, and touch.” Today, Weinbaum’s vision has become a reality, with VR beginning to achieve mainstream acceptance and increasingly gaining traction in the consumer and commercial space. Aerospace Singapore examines how the aerospace and aviation industry is shaping up to be one of the leading adopters of this technology.

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