In this talk, Christ Ashton will give an overview of the techniques developed by Inmarsat in the search for the missing Malaysian airliner MH370, followed by a discussion on how these new techniques became accepted by the investigation team and formed the basis for a multi million dollar search.

Mr. Ashton is the Director of Spectrum Engineering at Inmarsat, specializing in tracking aircraft using telemetry and modeling. He was in charge of the team that developed techniques to search for the missing Malaysian airliner MH370. Part of this work involved working with the investigation team to establish confidence in the search techniques that formed the basis for a multi million dollar search.