The workshop will give the opportunity to present a synopsis of the main results achieved during the 3 years of AIM and will be a forum to discuss the needs and possible means of further flight testing activities. Therefore two or three invited lecturers in the field of flight testing and optical measurement techniques will give a presentation at the final workshop. Additionally, overview presentations for each of the application topics listed below will be given by the partners of the AIM consortium and by other prominent scientists. Corresponding full papers will also be provided. In order to obtain a complete overview of recent developments and needs for advanced in-flight testing you are invited to submit your own paper and present it during the workshop. It is planned to review all presented papers and include a selection in a Springer book, which is intended to be a guide on the application of advanced optical measurement techniques for future flight testing. Furthermore this book shall represent a conclusion and a final report of the AIM project itself and shall be a handy guide for engineers in the field of experimental methods and flight testing in facing the challenges to be met in the future development of highly accurate non-intrusive in-flight measurements. Furthermore a following special feature of the Journal of Measurement Science and Technology is planned containing a selection of the presented topics and thus will provide a reference to this book.