CONNECTED AIRCRAFT CONFERENCE PROGRAMME

Optimising Connectivity for Maximising Profitability

Wednesday 3rd November

Joint Opening Keynote
9am - 10:30am in the Auditorium

Avionics

Avionics
Mandates and Regulatory Framework Updates
11:00  to  12:30

Despite the 2020 Coronavirus Pandemic's massive impact on the aerospace industry, enhanced safety and communications between the aircraft in the sky and the ground control continue to dominate the industry as technology becomes and increasing driver. Airlines need to move from capacity to efficiency, so what's the latest regulations and how are regulators and mandates impacting on the industry? What needs to be installed in the aircraft to meet these mandates and what is the impact on avionics for operators? Following the Coronavirus pandemic and its economic impact on the industry, who is going to pay for updates?

Speakers:
Henk Hof. Head of ICAO and Concept Unit. EUROCONTROL.
Andrea Gartemann. Senior Expert EU Regulations. DFS Deutsche Flugsicherung GmbH.
Sergio Ruiz. ATM Innovation and Validation Expert. EUROCONTROL.

Connected Aircraft

Connected Aircraft
The Connected Aircraft Evolution: Increasing the Benefits of Connectivity
11:00  to  12:30

Technology has been developing at a rapid rate, but what do we now mean by the ‘Connected Aircraft’, especially in a post-Covid-19 age? A truly Connected Aircraft becomes a great business enabler and offers airlines and the broader industry great benefits and opportunities. With many airlines focusing on cost savings and efficiences, how can investment in the connected aircraft contribute towards these? What are these benefits and opportunities and how can we deliver enhanced services and solutions for a more integrated aerospace world?

Speakers:
Kiran Perikala. Honeywell. Technical Lead.
Dr Sandeep “Sandy” Muju. Aerospace Industry Practice Head. Tata Consultancy Services (TCS).

FACE

FACE
Driving Interoperability with the FACE Business Approach and Technical Standard
11:00  to  12:30

The Future Airborne Capability Environment (FACE) business approach and technical standard is creating new and higher levels of efficiency and interoperability for avionics design.  This session discusses a range of FACE advantages that drive faster and more efficient development and deployment of FACE solutions.

Speakers:
Andre Odermatt. RTI.
Chip Downing. Senior Market Development Director, Aerospace and Defense. Real Time Innovations (RTI).
Thierry Lesergent. Product Manager. ANSYS.

Flight Ops IT

Flight Ops IT
The Business Case and Use Case for Flight Ops IT
11:00  to  12:30

A well-established use case motivates airlines to investigate new Flight Ops technologies, while the business case quantifies these benefits and encourages investment. Following the Covid-19 pandemic and additional challenges and pressures on airlines, this session addresses the 'combined business case'; that is, the importance of partnerships between airline departments in addition to third party providers. An IT support team's role in realising potentials is also addressed. 

Speakers:
Frederic Dru. Chief Executive Officer. AVIOBOOK.
Ido Biger. VP Technology (CIO & CDO). EL AL Israel Airlines Ltd.
Rene de Vogel. Senior Manager, Flight Deck and Data Solutions. Boeing.
Dragan Bilac. Head of Technical Services Performance. Croatia Control.

MRO IT

MRO IT
Creating a value case - the business proposition - ROI
11:00  to  12:30

Significant investment in IT/technology is required to ensure successful digitalisation of systems, often with ROI not immediately visible. Following the Covid-19 pandemic, airlines are needing to look at cost savings and efficiencies, however, also needing to invest in different areas. How do we create a value case for new mobile application of new systems and to help transform maintenance, increase productivity and efficiencies?

Speakers:
Matthew Tobin. Vice President. IFS Aerospace & Defense.
John Simmons. MRO Product Manager. iBASEt.
Karthik Rajakumar. Senior Consultant. Envecon Global Solutions.

Aerospace Testing

Aerospace Testing
Urban Air Mobility, EVTOLS and UAVs
11:00  to  12:30

The concept of Urban Air Mobility is rapidly developing, but with little in terms of regulations and understanding the impact on the airspace - what do we have to test for if we have hundreds in the sky? What are the requirements, how do we appropriately test a crash, what about acoustic emissions tests, how to test without autorotation, what about detect and avoid? In this session we discuss some of the requirements and implications.

Speakers:
Pablo Romero Cumbreras. Application Engineer. MathWorks.
Tobias Willuhn. Program Manager Aerospace & Defence. Rohde & Schwarz.

Certified Training

Certified Training
Introduction to the Emerging & Required DO-326/ED-202-Set: Aviation-Cyber-Security Regulation for Safety
11:00  to  17:30
Certified Training
Optimizing DO-178C/DO-254 Avionics Software & Hardware Development Guidelines
11:00  to  17:30

Workshops

Workshops
Royal Aeronautical Society Toulouse Branch Workshop
11:00  to  16:30

Royal Aeronautical Society Toulouse Branch Workshop

Exhibitor Workshops

Exhibitor Workshops
Showcase Workshop One - Architecture, Data, Analytics and Security
11:00  to  13:30

Architecture, Data, Analytics and Security

11am - Leveraging AI Methods for Reducing Certification Costs of Safety Critical Cyber Physical Systems - Deni Raco, RWTH Aachen University
11.30am - Electric Embedded Actuators: How to reduce development and manufacturing costs - Gilles Duplessy, ISP System
12pm - Backdrop and context briefing of Aerospace Cybersecurity in 2021 - Florent Rizzo, Cyberinflight
12.30pm    - Development of contactless power and data transfer unit for flight critical tilt rotor application - Carlo Rens, NLR
1pm - NAVBLUE's Next Generation of Electronic Flight Bag - Olivier Aspe, Airbus TRI/TRE Pilot Expert Ops Advisor for EFB, NAVBLUE
1.30pm - TBC

Speakers:
Florent Rizzo. Founder and CEO. CyberInflight.
Capt. Olivier ASPE. Airbus TRI/TRE Pilot Expert Ops Advisor for EFB. NAVBLUE.
Deni Raco. Entrepreneurial researcher. RWTH Aachen University.
Gilles Duplessy. ISP System.
Carlo Rens. Head of Avionics Systems and Maintenance Engineering department. NLR - Royal Netherlands Aerospace Centre.

Avionics

Avionics
CNS Updates
14:00  to  15:30

What are the latest developments and trends in Communication, Navigation and Surveillance and flight tracking to mitigate these possibilities. How can we optimise infrastructure and how can enhanced surveillance contribute towards safety and security? What is safety services approved? How do we make positioning more robust with hybridisation? How do we transition from SES to the next systems using the EASA framework?

Speakers:
Jean Marc Loscos. Senior officer at DSNA/DTI in charge of European Programmes. CANSO/DSNA France.
Jorge Pereira. Head of CNS Coordination Unit. EUROCONTROL.
Manfred Mohr. Assistant Director SESAR. IATA.
Pierre Nieradka. Cockpit Engineering. Airbus.
Sabine Vieyres. ATM operations – Cockpit function. Airbus Operations SAS.

Connected Aircraft

Connected Aircraft
Connectivity, Communications and E-Enablement
14:00  to  15:30

For the Connected Aircraft, communications systems are key, but each offer different benefits and solutions. The drive for cost savings and efficienices means airlines are streamlining or optimising systems. What you can do with satcom, LEO, L and Ku Bands? What type of system is best for different communications such as traffic, ACARS messages, safety services and non-safety services? 

Speakers:
Michael Ohm. Chief Technology Officer. SkyFive.
Gary Echo. Business Development. ViaSat.

FACE

FACE
Accelerating Avionics Safety and Airworthiness Using the FACE Architecture
14:00  to  15:30

One of the most challenging aspects of avionics deployment is achieving airworthiness and safety certification.  This session delivers explicit examples of using the FACE architecture to rapidly achieve safety certification and platform airworthiness

Speakers:
Alex Wilson. Wind River. Director, Aerospace & Defence Market Segment.
Ben Brosgol. Senior Technical Staff. AdaCore.
Gary Gilliland. Technical Marketing Manager. DDC-I Inc.
Lucas Fryzek. Field Application Engineer. CoreAVI.

Flight Ops IT

Flight Ops IT
EFB Operational Use & Regulations
14:00  to  15:30

The Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) has been in operational use for some time, however implementation and use is closely regulated. The regulatory framework is summarised, and benefits analysed via real use cases. Maximising the use of the EFB requires integration of various data sources, and subsequent training for Flight Crews on effective use of these technologies. As EFBs conitnue to evolve, we explore key considerations here. 

Speakers:
Capt. Olivier ASPE. Airbus TRI/TRE Pilot Expert Ops Advisor for EFB. NAVBLUE.
Rene de Vogel. Senior Manager, Flight Deck and Data Solutions. Boeing.

MRO IT

MRO IT
The ETL and Other Regulatory Considerations for MRO IT
14:00  to  15:30

The Electronic TechLog (ETL) is an important tool in digital maintenance. But what regulatory considerations are there, and what are the implications for safety management, such as the Aircraft Network Safety Program (ANSP)? What are the problems with legacy systems moving to modern platforms and what are the best approvals processes? Key compliance and approval requirements are also explored.

Speakers:
Paul Boyd. Managing Director. Conduce Group Limited.
Robert Saunders. Digital Transformation. Ultramain Systems / Air2MRO.
Thierry Kuppens. Product owner. AVIOBOOK.
Sotirakis Stamou. Aviation Safety Inspector. HELLENIC CIVIL AVIATION AUTHORITY - FLIGHT STANDARDS DIVISION.

Aerospace Testing

Aerospace Testing
High Level Integration and Testing, Complex and Embedded Systems
14:00  to  15:30

With systems becoming more complex and the integration of systems of systems, greater use of multicore processors, how can we ensure testing and certification integrity, including COTS components? What are the issues with GPUs and GPGPUs with no current regulatory guidance? How can we test blockchain authentication to identify corruption?  In this session we investigate the challenges in integration and testing of high level, complex and embedded systems.

Speakers:
Lucas Fryzek. Field Application Engineer. CoreAVI.
Tim Loveless. Principal Solutions Architect. Lynx Software Technologies.
Uwe Kronholm. Senior Software Engineer. Parasoft.
Hashem Ghazzawi. Account Manager. Rapita Systems.
Joseph Anderson. Field Application Engineer. Rapita Systems.

Exhibitor Workshops

Exhibitor Workshops
Showcase Workshop Two: Connectivity & Digital Systems
14:00  to  17:00

Connectivity & Digital Systems

2pm - Connected Approach for Modern & Legacy Aircraft - Chris Horne, Appareo
2.30pm - 5G Connectivity for Digital Aviation - Patrick Castagnino, Connectivity Business Development, Digital Aviation, Airbus
3pm - Furthering Intra-Airline Collaboration Using New App from SITA FOR AIRCRAFT - George Georgiou, SITA FOR AIRCRAFT
3.30pm - GADSS ADT: Identify Your Path to Compliance - Ruben Stepin, Director of GADSS and Airline Business Development, Skytrac
4pm - The power of real time connectivity with aircraft for live monitoring of aircraft performance and carbon emission reductions - Jean-Philippe Beaujard, General Director & Romain Blanquet, Business Development Director, FlightWatching
4.30pm - TBC

Speakers:
Jean-Philippe Beaujard. General Director. FlightWatching.
Romain Blanquet. Business Development Director. FlightWatching.
Patrick Castagnino. Connectivity Business Development, Digital Aviation. Airbus.
Ruben Stepin. Director of GADSS and Airline Business Development. SkyTrac Systems.

Avionics

Avionics
Challenges for Avionics in the Environment
16:00  to  17:30

The aviation industry has been in the spotlight for its adverse impact on the environment, yet huge strides have been made to reduce the environmental impact of aircraft. The Coronavirus Pandemic has shone a bigger spotlight on the sector to be more 'green', with much government financial support linked to environmental change. What are technical capabilities for environmental challenges, how do we decrease emissions and what is the CO2 limitation challenge? What is impact of given technology of environment (at different stages of flight) and what realistic role can can electrical power play?

Speakers:
Jacques Gatard. Consultant. Aerospace Specialist.
Thierry Harquin. ATM International Cooperation. Airbus.
Marijan Jozic. Development manager. SAE-ITC.

Connected Aircraft

Connected Aircraft
Application and Benefits of Connectivity and E-Enablement
16:00  to  17:30

Savings come from applications that bring value and efficiences. The syngergy and compatibility of applications are of prime importance to enhance efficiencies. What are the applications of connectivity and how do these most benefit airlines/operators and the supporting supply chain? How do we get the most value from connectivity? Here we explore case studies of connectivity applications.

Speakers:
Alexandre Hofman. Systems Marketing Manager. Airbus SAS.
Lise Gladines. Digital Services Marketing Manager. Airbus.
Euan Mitchell. Senior Product Manager and Daniel Froehly, Business Development. SITA FOR AIRCRAFT.
Murray Skelton. Senior Director of Sales – Europe and CIS. Teledyne Controls.

Flight Ops IT

Flight Ops IT
Additional Operational Drivers
16:00  to  17:30

When one considers Flight Ops IT, the EFB is a leading factor. Yet there is a wealth of additional benefits on offer other than fuel savings and efficient route planning; process efficiencies and greater operational reliability are recognised here. To define these wider operational drivers, real-time data, weather 'nowcasts', and ground handling / line maintenance efficiences are explored, combined with an appreciation of Flight Ops IT in the overall enhancement of Flight Safety.

Speakers:
Gerben Bondt. Flight Policy and Standards Coordinator. Wizz Air.
Martin Reot. Head of Ops Efficiency & Sustainability. NAVBLUE, an Airbus Company.
Martin Mezger. Channel Sales Exec. The Weather Company, an IBM Business.

MRO IT

MRO IT
Business modelling and Risk modelling
16:00  to  17:30

Technology and data being used for predictive maintenance provides many challenges. Why is predictive maintenance important, but what are the risks involved and how can this affect the business model and supply chain? How can you develop predictive modelling and provide levels of protectiveness through business continuity?

Speakers:
Dino Spirtovic. R&D Engineer. Royal Netherlands Aerospace Centre.
Phil Cole. Business Manager – Civil Aviation. Aerogility.
Joost van der Maarel. Operations & Business Development. Novulo.
Wouter Kalfsbeek. Program Leader Big Data. Air France Industries KLM Engineering & Maintenance.

Aerospace Testing

Aerospace Testing
Ensuring Successful Testing in the New Environment
16:00  to  17:30

The Coronavirus pandemic has had a massive impact on the working environment, including how testing is undertaken. Remote and virtual testing has moved rapidly forward, whlst developments in digital twinning has revolutionised the way the testing and verification is undertaken. What's the impact of the new working environment on multicore, digital twins and digital manufacturing, and what role can predictive maintenance play? How do we employ measures to ensure the reliability and integrity of testing in this new age?

Speakers:
James Hui. Solution Engineer. Wind River.
Frederic Poirier. Sales Manager. EVOMESURE.

Thursday 4th November

Avionics

Avionics
Connectivity, Architecture and Cybersecurity
09:00  to  10:30

As the aircraft becomes more integrated and connected, security and safety concerns are becoming heightened. What are the challenges with connected FMS and what are cyber security implications of IMA? How do we ensure safety and security with the increasing use of multicore processors?

Speakers:
Enrique Pallares. Principal Application Engineer. Real-Time Innovations (RTI).
Mark Pitchford. Technical Specialist. LDRA.
Mirko Jakovljevic. Product Portfolio Manager - Deterministic Ethernet & Integrated Platforms. TTTech.

Connected Aircraft

Connected Aircraft
The Increasing Value of the Connectivity Through ATM
09:00  to  10:30

What services can be expected from ATM and what is the value chain of connectivity from the ground to the air? Where can the connected aircraft contribute to the wider chain and how can it impact on other operations within the 4 As?

Speaker:
Henk Hof. Head of ICAO and Concept Unit. EUROCONTROL.

FACE

FACE
High Assurance and Security
09:00  to  10:30

Deploying trusted platforms in compressed time frames is a challenge that is both required and hard to achieve.   This session will focus on creating secure compute and data delivery solutions using Commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) technologies that leverage the FACE Technical Standard and architecture.

Speakers:
Andre Odermatt. RTI.
Daniele Lacamera. Embedded Software Technologist. wolfSSL Inc.

Flight Ops IT

Flight Ops IT
Data - standardisation, management and analysis
09:00  to  10:30

An airline's ability to ingest and analyse flight data efficiently, then filter effectively to pilots via a suite of EFB applications is complex but of key importance. Interfacing different applications to communicate and process data is one aspect, while assimilating various data standards, codes and formats from a mixed fleet of aircraft is another. Learn from the experiences of airlines, OEMs and software providers. 

Speakers:
Ido Biger. VP Technology (CIO & CDO). EL AL Israel Airlines Ltd.
Stephane Nitenberg. VP Marketing & Sales. OpenAirlines.
Aman Pannu. Vice President- Aerospace, Defense & Security Practice. Frost & Sullivan.

MRO IT

MRO IT
Enhancing MRO Efficiencies Through use of Emerging Technologies
09:00  to  10:30

As technologies advance at rapid pace, how do airlines best take advantage and ensure technology gets into the production environment? How can we successfully and safely implement newer generations of mobile technology, software in legacy systems and paperless systems? What role can AI and augmented reality play in creating efficencies? What should the long term digital strategy look like?

Speakers:
Hugh Revie. CEO. dmblue Limited.
Saravanan Rajarajan. Associate Director for Aviation Practice. Ramco Systems.
Upendra Singh. Maintenance Manager. GO AIRLINES INDIA LTD.
Suresh Iyer. VP MRO Solutions. Aras.

Aerospace Testing

Aerospace Testing
Artifical Intelligence, Machine Learning and Cybersecurity Within The Testing Environment
09:00  to  10:30

With the move towards Aerospace 4.0 and digitisation, AI and machine learning is becoming an increased focus for organisations. Amongts this, cyber attacks are a major threat to any organisation and is increasing in activity. As more testing moves to server or cloud based environments, securing test processes and data is becoming increasingly important. Cybersecurity also needs to be designed into avionics to maintain continuous airworthiness & testing requirements. What do regulators want the industry to do to meet standards, what does airline need to do to enhance network security on connected aircraft & test it?

Speaker:
Mark Roboff. Co-Founder & CEO. SkyThread.aero.

Certified Training

Certified Training
Model Based Development (MBD) Techniques & DO-331 application for Aviation Software Development: moving from Documents to Models
09:30  to  16:30
Certified Training
Applying the New Mandatory Aviation Systems/Safety Regulations: ARP4754A (with ARP4761/A)
09:30  to  16:30
Certified Training
The Emerging & Required DO-326/ED-202-Set Essentials: The Airworthiness Security Process, Methods & Considerations
09:30  to  16:30

Exhibitor Workshops

Exhibitor Workshops
Showcase Workshop Three: Flight Systems and Safety
10:00  to  13:30

Flight Systems and Safety

10am - ODESSA, an adaptation of Automotive Radar Sensor for Avionic Application - Iacopo De Angelis, Interconsulting
10.30am - Next Generation Flight Management - Samantha Perry, GE Aviation
11am - How to write good functional & safety requirements in 2021 - Micael Martins, Visure Solutions
11.30am - New age design of flight crew operations data handling in MC-21 program - Mikhail Sudbin, Irkut Integration Centre
12pm - Digitizing to keep staff, customers and crew safe - Paul Sandstrom, Web Manuals
12.30pm - Meeting GADSS Autonomous Distress Tracking Requirements with Distress Tracking ELT - Emmanuel Sicsik-Pare, Strategic Product Manager, OROLIA
1pm - Safety Critical GPU Compute for Avionics Systems - Lucas Fryzek, Field Application Engineer, CoreAVI

Speakers:
Iacopo De Angelis. Aeronautical System Analyst. Interconsulting S.r.l..
Paul Sandstrom. CRO & Director of Operations EMEA. Web Manuals.
Micael Martins. European Sales Leader. Visure Solutions.
Mikhail Sudbin. CTO (Chief Technical Officer). Advalange.
Lucas Fryzek. Field Application Engineer. CoreAVI.
Emmanuel Sicsik-Pare. Strategic Product Manager. OROLIA.

Avionics

Avionics
Data, usage of data, trends and monitoring
11:00  to  12:30

Following the recent pandemic crisis, airlines need to move form capacity to efficiency. An important role for the need of Avionics  to analyse more and more different types of data rates - data which is difficult to treat with single protocol/architecture, causing major under or over use of bandwidth. How can new services and applications be better supported? What is the Data Value Chain and benefit of data sourcing (collected by airlines)?

Speakers:
Alexander Engel. Technical Programme Manager. EUROCAE.
Bruno Piguet. Deputy Head of Upper-Air Observation,. Meteo France.
Willie Cecil. Sales Director. FLYHT.

Connected Aircraft

Connected Aircraft
Aircraft Data Management Solutions and Cyber security
11:00  to  12:30

As data becomes more prolific and more 'valuable' to an organisation, how do we control this flow of information and who 'owns' the data? As processing data offline becomes more economical, what are data limitations, how do we value data and share just required data and ensure its security?

Speakers:
Belkacem Bensadallah. Aircraft Security Research & Technology Leader. Airbus Operations SAS.
Mark Roboff. Co-Founder & CEO. SkyThread.aero.

FACE

FACE
Using the FACE Architecture to Extract Powerful Capabilities from Multi-Core Processors
11:00  to  12:30

Using advanced multi-core processors and GPUs in avionics platforms is a challenge. Historically, this results in a situation where only a fraction of the processor capability is utilized.   This session will examine ways to extract compelling capabilities from the latest hardware platforms

Flight Ops IT

Flight Ops IT
Innovations
11:00  to  12:30

Development and progression are vital aspects of technology. Join this session to see what is evolving to benefit flight operations, and what innovations can / will extract additional value for airlines. The capabilities offered by new and emerging aircraft types are discussed, in addition to an exploration of what other industries are doing and how this might inspire aviation's own technological endeavours.

Speakers:
Francois Chazelle. Chief Commercial Officer. Safety Line.
Martin Mitev. Researcher. Aviation Advisers.
Matt Huntting. Engineer. AAC Engineering.

MRO IT

MRO IT
Data, Analytics & Cyber Security
11:00  to  12:30

Big data provides the potential to facilitate maintenance planning and predictive maintenance, and the opportunity to optimise decisions, but how do we best achieve this? What role can machine learning and digital twins play? What is our ability to maximise the use of data? What role can the Cloud play and how do we ensure data transfer/delivery is secure?

Speakers:
Bruno Bouf. Vice President Aerospace & Defense. Capgemini Invent.
François Xavier Gandon. A320 Technical Support Manager. Thales.
Julien Methot. Senior Manager Business Consulting. Swiss Aviation Software Ltd.

Aerospace Testing

Aerospace Testing
Electrification, Aerostructures, Materials Testing
11:00  to  12:30

With more new materials in aerostructures, new processes are required to successfully test from birth to death. How do we standardise testing for 3D printing, conductive inks, graphine, ALM  for temperature, pressure, loads, corrossion, reliability, obsolence or robustness?  Electrification brings new power supply issues, providing potential problems for avionics. How can electrification develop reliable tests of electrical systems?

Speakers:
Rene Sicard. TecScan Systems Inc. R&D Manager.
Florin Turcu. Product Marketing Manager – Phased Array technologies. Olympus Europe.
Dr Christopher Buchmann. Product Owner, Head of M&P. InFactory Solutions GmbH.
Jacques Gatard. Consultant. Aerospace Specialist.

Avionics

Avionics
Innovations in the Industry
14:00  to  16:00

How will the industry change after the impact of the Coronavirus panedemic and how will technology assist in efficiencies for airlines and aircraft? With more research and investment being applied in urban mobility, single pilot operations and autonomous systems, what does the future hold and what part will avionics have to play? How do we develop standards for use of AI and machine learning and what impact will autonomy have on the pilot and passenger?

Speakers:
Alex Wilson. Wind River. Director, Aerospace & Defence Market Segment.
Anna Guegan. EUROCAE. Technical Programme Manager.
Paul Parkinson. Wind River. Field Engineering Director.
Fabrice Bousquet. Vision Systems Expert. Airbus Operations SAS.

Connected Aircraft

Connected Aircraft
Future of Connectivity, E-Enablement and Satcom (Funky Future Stuff!)
14:00  to  16:00

What could be done in the future with connectivity and how can new tech assist airlines in reducing costs and enhancing efficiencies? With giant leaps in technological development, what is possible, how can AI and machine learning benefit safety and security? What are other industries doing with connectivity that could be applicable to the aerospace industry?

Speaker:
Willie Cecil. Sales Director. FLYHT.

FACE

FACE
Accelerating FACE Applications into Next Generation Avionics Systems
14:00  to  16:00

The proof of any standard is the adoption and deployment of that standard into a compelling application use case.   This session will demonstrate how the FACE Technical Standard and Business Approach is rapidly creating innovative applications in next-generation systems.

Speaker:
Ehsan Salehi. Field Application Manager. LDRA.

Flight Ops IT

Flight Ops IT
Joint Panel Discussion: Flight Ops IT & MRO IT - Conflict between Flight Ops and Maintenance - able bedfellows!
14:00  to  16:00

How can MRO IT and Flight Ops IT best work together for maximum efficiency and minimise turnaround times? With the advent of paperless aviation, where do TechLogs, EFBs and CabinLogs converge and how can the supply chain best support the airlines to ensure complex decisions are made easier?

Speakers:
Martin Mitev. Researcher. Aviation Advisers.
Matthew Tobin. Vice President. IFS Aerospace & Defense.
Paul Boyd. Managing Director. Conduce Group Limited.
Rene de Vogel. Senior Manager, Flight Deck and Data Solutions. Boeing.
Robert Saunders. Digital Transformation. Ultramain Systems / Air2MRO.

MRO IT

MRO IT
Joint Panel Discussion: Flight Ops IT & MRO IT - Conflict between Flight Ops and Maintenance - able bedfellows!
14:00  to  16:00

How can MRO IT and Flight Ops IT best work together for maximum efficiency and minimise turnaround times? With the advent of paperless aviation, where doe TechLogs, EFBs and CabinLogs converge and how can the supply chain best support the airlines to ensure complex decisions are made easier?

Speakers:
Martin Mitev. Researcher. Aviation Advisers.
Matthew Tobin. Vice President. IFS Aerospace & Defense.
Paul Boyd. Managing Director. Conduce Group Limited.
Rene de Vogel. Senior Manager, Flight Deck and Data Solutions. Boeing.
Robert Saunders. Digital Transformation. Ultramain Systems / Air2MRO.

Aerospace Testing

Aerospace Testing
The Future of Testing
14:00  to  16:00

With Machine Learning and AI the current buzz for the future of the aerospace industry, how do we approach designing and testing for automation? How do we identify what to test and to what standards, how do we ensure safety of systems and how to test new processes such as transition from automation to pilot and vice versa? In this session we take a look at what the future of testing holds.

Speakers:
Ivan Burdun. President. AIXTREE SAS.
Lew Wingate. Vice President, Distribution and Ground Support Test Equipment. Barfield.
Matthew Jackson. Technical Product Manager. Presagis.
Corentin Perret-Gentil. Machine learning scientist. Daedalean.
Andre Bubin. IT Engineer. AIXTREE S.A.S..

Exhibitor Workshops

Exhibitor Workshops
Showcase Workshop Four: Simulation and Testing, Standards & Certification
14:00  to  16:30

Simulation and Testing, Standards & Certification

2pm - The State of the Art in Smart Wind Tunnel Models - Michiel Bardet And Theo ter Meer, NLR
2.30pm - The Development of a Passive Repeater System for Flight Test Instrumentation Telemetry - Frederick Eastham, BAE Systems
3pm - TBC
3.30pm - Exploiting new satellite connectivity means to conduct efficient flight test missions: the ESA PLATIN Project - Jean-Marc Gaubert, Atmosphere
4pm - Legacy Aircraft Inspection with Shearography - Michael Collingwood, A-Scan Laboratories

Speakers:
Theo ter Meer. Senior R&D Engineer. NLR - Royal Netherlands Aerospace Centre.
Jean-Marc Gaubert. Managing Director. ATMOSPHERE.