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December 4 - 6, 2018

International Business Convention
for the Aerospace Industry

Aeromart Toulouse 2016
4 - 6 décembre 2018

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Conferences & Workshops

Conference language: English except for conferences and workshops with 

Venue : Parc des expositions de Toulouse - Hall 4

10:10am - 10:40am Russian Civil Aeronautics: New Programs and Cooperation Opportunities

This session is organized in partnership with NAUKA INNOV

Oleg BOCHAROV - MINISTRY OF INDUSTRY AND TRADE OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION
Deputy minister

Anatoliy SERDUKOV - ROSTEC STATE CORPORATION
Aviation Cluster Industrial Director

Vyacheslav TISHCHENKO - UNITED ENGINE CORPORATION
Deputy General Director for Economics and Finance

Igor NASENKOV - TECHNODINAMIKA
General Director

Mikhail RYBAKOV - RUSSIAN HELICOPTERS
Executive Director for Production

Evgenii NECHEPURENKO - OAK / UAC United Aircraft Corporation
Director of the Department of Innovative Digital Technologies and Venture Projects

Alexander KIREYTSEV - ECAR (Airbus Engineering center in Russia)
General Director

Adrien DANIÈRE - NAUKA INNOV
President

Available soon.

10:45am - 11:15am Implementation of APQP in Aerospace – Pitfalls and recommendations from a training provider perspective

Stephan HIRSCH - AIRBUSINESS ACADEMY
Head of Business Development

Originally designed as an automotive standard, APQP is now a top requirement for aerospace suppliers and represents the biggest change since the introduction of the EN9100. In preparation for this, major aerospace players have started to implement APQP in their organisations. But what ensures a successful and sustainable implementation of new standards in a company? During this workshop, we will look into the different support options available to suppliers during their APQP journey based on concrete examples from the industry. We will discuss the importance of ensuring that stakeholders understand the added value of a holistic approach towards APQP. Directives and training alone may not be sufficient to achieve the change of mind-set necessary to break down the silos and avoid the pitfalls on the way to successful implementation of APQP and thus reduce cost of non-quality and lead times.

11:20am - 11:50am Aerospace Ecosystems in Morocco

Simultaneous English translation

Bruno IGOUNENC - EXPERIS
Moderator - President

Ali SeddikiAli SEDDIKI - MIICEN (Ministère de l'Industrie, de l'Investissement, du Commerce et de l'Economie Numérique)
Director of Aerospace, Rail, Naval and Renewable Energies

Presentation of Morocco's Industrial Acceleration Plan and aerospace 'ecosystems' as well as the government policy to support and build a solid and competitive aerospace industry in Morocco. The presentation will also focus on the unique partnership, launched in 2017, between The Boeing Company and the Kingdom of Morocco.

11:55am - 12:25pm Doing Business in Dubaï : Investment opportunities with Dubai South Aviation District

Mohammed Ahmed AL FALASI - DUBAI SOUTH AVIATION DISTRICT
Director of business development

The presentation will contain about overall project, and opportunity to invest at Aviation District, will follow experience of our client STAYS.

2:00pm - 2:30pm Airbus Procurement Detail Part Strategy

Raphael DUFLOS - AIRBUS
Vice President Detail Parts Material and Parts Procurement Airbus Lead Buyer

Alain LAFFAILLE - AIRBUS
Detail Parts Partner Programme Manager Airbus Material and Parts Procurement

AIRBUS and its whole supply chain are enjoying a continuous growth for many years with an exceptional backlog to be delivered across the next 10 years.

The objective is to deliver all these aircrafts; On time, On cost and On quality, this represents an industrial, commercial and technical challenge for the global supply chain and required Airbus to foster its detail part business around key strategic suppliers.

Beyond the industrial excellence which is expected from all our suppliers, some differentiating factors are also critical when selecting Airbus “D2P” strategic partners: globalization, innovation capacity, value creation, sustainable operational performance and continuous improvement.

The presentation aims at presenting the AIRBUS Detail Parts sourcing strategy and its implementation using the D2P and Bundle processes.

2:35pm - 3:05pm The Aerospace & Defense PLM Action Group

Henrik WEIMER - AIRBUS
Senior manager for PLM architecture, innovation and plan

Jean-François CUGY - DASSAULT AVIATION
Senior expert for configuration management

In February 2014, four major aerospace OEMs came together to form the Aerospace & Defense PLM Action Group. The Group’s mission is to set direction for the aerospace & defense industry on topics related to Product Lifecycle Management (PLM). This includes promoting, not duplicating, the work of standards bodies, and to communicate with a unified voice to PLM solution providers. These activities are considered for major OEM as key issue for their respective Transformation of their industries. This presentation will provide insight into the intent, operational model and activities of the Group. We will provide a short synthesis of current projects, to show how this open collaboration is addressed industry-wide pain points.

2:35pm - 3:05pm New Peel Shims for high-temperature applications

Christoph MARTIN - GEORG MARTIN GmbH
CEO

Georg Martin GmbH is pleased to announce a new method to create detachable connections between shim foil layers. By using laser welding instead of bonding MARTIN® creates special non-permanent connections for shim packs. This has opened new opportunities for shim applications in the area of aviation assembly in case of temperatures higher than 200 degrees. Furthermore, this new product is highly interesting for bearing clearance adjustment work. A high precision comes along with a high shim stiffness and reduced danger of potential lubrication contamination. In addition, the product is safer and faster to use than normal Peel shims.

3:10pm - 3:40pm PLM-AG / Multi-view Bill of Material

Javier REINÉS - AIRBUS
Configuration mangement expert

A Smart Collaboration between Aircraft Manufacturers to Harmonize the Process and PLM Solution for Multi-view BOM Management Since 2017, the A&D PLM Action Group’s Multi-view BOM project team has been working to produce an understandable set of common high-level requirements for managing the multi-view BOM from Design to Manufacturing with the aim of translating them into true PLM solutions. In a smart collaboration approach, subject matter experts from the group member companies, such as Airbus, Boeing, Bombardier, Dassault Aviation, Embraer, GE Aviation, Gulfstream and Rolls-Royce regularly teleconference to exchange information and ideas, and physically meet twice a year to confirm consensus and consolidate their work and conclusions. This presentation will describe the operating model that has been put in place; topics identified by the team that need to be addressed and the Position Paper that cover current results of their job.

3:10pm - 3:40pm The benefits of the certified additive manufacturing in Aerospace sector

Niccolo GIANNELLI - STRATASYS
Aerospace application and account manager EMEA

Discover how certified additive manufacturing is a game changer in the aerospace industry with many different applications that improve production efficiency and flight performance while simplifying inventory with strong and lightweight parts with innovative materials . From jigs and fixtures, to tooling for composite parts Stratasys has elevated the additive manufacturing to another level thanks to its unique approach of certified and traceable material and established repeatable processes that have been certified by the main industry leaders. This workshop will specifically highlight the “Aircraft interiors certification solution”, a process that meets Aerospace traceability and quality standards.

3:45pm - 4:50pm Tunisia, a favored destination for the aeronautical components sector


Deputy mayor of Toulouse

Ali EZZEDDINI
Consul of Tunisia in Toulouse

Evolution and outlook of Tunisia Aerospace Industry
Thierry HAURE-MIRANDE - GITAS (Tunisian Aerospace Industries Association) // AEROPROTECH
Chairman // President
Business climate and investment opportunities in the aviation sector in Tunisia
Fehmi MILI - FIPA Tunisia (Foreign Investment Promotion Agency)
General Delegate - France
Testimonials
Nicolas LARGER - FLEURET TUNISIE
President

Thierry HAURE-MIRANDE - GITAS (Tunisian Aerospace Industries Association) // AEROPROTECH
Chairman // President


Patrick RAZAT - MECAHERS
President

Cocktail

Our conference will be essentially centred to inform the investors about the new law of investments 2017 in terms of governance, about new incentives and advantages for the investment and the recent evolutions of the climate of the business in Tunisia. It speaks, also, on the importance of the sector of the aeronautical components in Tunisia, opportunities of investments, the industrial park Mghira and the center of training dedicated to the sector of the aeronautics, the role of the GITAS, so of the competitiveness of the site Tunisia with testimonies of companies already implanted in Tunisia.

3:45pm - 4:15pm Increase of productivity for flexforming processes via numerical optimisation of tool surface to reduce springback

Grégoire BAZIN - STELIA AEROSPACE
Forming project leader and process simulation specialist

Stelia Aerospace produces big aluminium parts for the aeronautics industry through a forming process called “Flexforming”. A flat blank is positioned on a shape (the “punch”) and a flexible rubber pad is laid on top of it. Above this, a rubber diaphragm is then inflated with a fluid under pressure so that the group “blank + rubber pad” is deformed, until the blank completely covers the punch and takes its shape. Today, the punch is machined according to the the theoretical shape we want to achieve for the final part. When the pressure is removed from the blank, stresses are released, causing geometrical displacement in the part – the springback – therefore the final part does not correspond to the wanted shape any more. The part needs then to be reworked in the toolshop to ensure a good geometry. This rework can be complex, can take a long time and cost a lot of money; it also needs to be carried out by experts. The aim of this joint project “Stelia Aerospace/AutoForm” was to work on several parts, first to check the accuracy of springback prediction via numerical simulation. Then the punch geometry was modified thanks to AutoForm-Compensator, a numerical tool dedicated to springback compensation, in order to reduce rework and ensure an accurate final shape of the parts.

4:20pm - 4:50pm Predict equipment failures before they happen to deliver next-generation services

Richard MURAWKA - 4CAD GROUP
Innovation director

In the age of connected equipment, industrial companies want to capitalize on their installed base and create closer relationships with customers to deliver next-generation services. By harnessing the Industrial IoT (IIoT) and combining the power of machine data, conditions monitoring, predictive analytics, real-time asset alerts and maintenance execution you can make contractual uptime promises and offer product-as-a-service programs. Predictive maintenance tools are not only based on data analysis. It's a fully integrated upstream and downstream communication system. How to collect and operate data through the information system in order to better answer to the customer needs ? or increase supply chain's efficiency ? Our presentation will cover these challenges.

4:55pm - 5:25pm Supply Chain Policy with LIEBHERR AEROSPACE Toulouse

Antoine LAGARDE- LIEBHERR AEROSPACE Toulouse
Purchasing Director

Available soon.


10:10am - 10:40am AirSupply for the SME’S : Digital integration of the Supply Chain: a Key competitive factor

Laurent MARTIN-ROHMER - SUPPLYON
Country manager

AirSupply is the central aerospace SCM platform that facilitates the secured and traceable communication across companies and provides valuable assistance at both operational and management level. As a result, processes with external partners are more transparent and dependable while various alert mechanisms allow exception-based management of the supply chain. AirSupply is based on technology from SupplyOn, a specialist in cross-company supply chain collaboration. In close cooperation with BoostAeroSpace, SupplyOn’s platform has been adapted to meet all requirements specific to the aerospace industry.

10:45am - 11:15am How compliance with REACH requirements is integrated into a cost reduction program

François BARBAZA - AEROPROTECT
Director of business development

As far as new processes are called to comply with REACh requirements the costs of R&D and industrial deployment make difficult the return on investment. Construction of an upscaled facility and implementation of latest production techniques allow to build an acceptable ROI as well as to offer competitive prices to the market.

02:35pm - 03:05pm Presentation of Occitanie's aerospace "ecosystem" and the support provided by the economic development Agency of the Region: AD'OCC

Philippe BAYLET - AD'OCC - ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY OF THE OCCITANIE REGION
Head of Aerospace and Intelligent Transport Systems Department

Available soon.