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        NOV. 29 - DEC. 1 | 2022

14th EDITION

 

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS CONVENTION FOR THE AEROSPACE INDUSTRY
The global platform that brings together the entire aerospace ecosystem!
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CONFERENCE AND WORKSHOP PROGRAM

UPDATE 30/11/2020 
* Only required if you didn't register for the B2B program

KEY TRENDS TACKLED

2030+  Aerospace Vision
2030+  Space Vision
Towards a Greener Aviation
Women and Sustainable Aviation
Aerospace Market Overview
TBC =  To Be Confirmed

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2 - Morning

10:10 – 10:40

InvestinItaly Initiative: Why Italy is the Perfect Platform for Aerospace

Martino Castellani - Official, Italian Trade Agency (ITA)

Antonella KellerForeign Direct Investment Programme – Aerospace Specialist, Invitalia 

  • InvestinItaly, an initiative based on...

    InvestinItaly, an initiative based on a cooperation between the public Italian agencies: Italian Trade Agency and Invitalia, promotes business opportunities in Italy and helps foreign investors, through a portfolio of services, to establish or expand their business in the country. 

    The Italian aerospace and defence & security industry ranks 7th in the world and 4th in Europe and represents the largest manufacturing sector in Italy in the field of high-tech integrated systems. Thanks to the quality of R&D and human resources, the large availability of suppliers, the presence of aerospace technological district and clusters, Italy represents the perfect location for aerospace companies. Moreover, incentives are provided by national and regional policies to support investments. 

Martino Castellani

Antonella Keller

10:45 – 11:15

Profiles for Japanese Aerospace Industry

With the support of JETRO
Minoru Hanakata - General Manager, SJAC
  • The Society of Japanese Aerospace Companies (SJAC)...

    The Society of Japanese Aerospace Companies (SJAC) is the sole public entity representing the interests of the Japanese aerospace industry.

    Taking this opportunity, I will explain profiles for Japanese Aerospace Industry to you.

    My presentation consists of Starting Point between French and Japanese Aerospace Industry, General Views of Japanese Aerospace Industries, Support activities for SMEs and cooperation with French Industry.

Minoru Hanakata

11:20 – 11:50

An Overview of COMAC and its Programs

Wei Liu - Director, COMAC Europe Office
  • We will address COMAC market development status...

    We will address COMAC market development status, along with a short overview of the global and Chinese air transport market in regard to the COVID-19 impacts. We will also share with the latest updates from our three aircraft programs, including production and continuous improvement for ARJ21 program, flight test campaign for C919 program, milestones for CR929 program.

Wei Liu

11:20 – 12:25

Panel discussion « Aerospace Diversification Strategy »

Moderator : Philippe Walter - Deputy Director for Aeronautics & Deputy Director for Occitanie, Aerospace Valley


Yann Barbaux - Chairman, Aerospace Valley


Alexandre Bonnarme - Vice President Sales & MarketingWeAre


Albert Castaigne - Executive Director, Brough Superior Motorcycles


Giuseppe Fiorentino - Business Director, Sogeclair


Philippe Billebault - Owner & CEO, Aertec

  • We will address COMAC market development status...

    We will address COMAC market development status, along with a short overview of the global and Chinese air transport market in regard to the COVID-19 impacts. We will also share with the latest updates from our three aircraft programs, including production and continuous improvement for ARJ21 program, flight test campaign for C919 program, milestones for CR929 program.

Yann Barbaux

Alexandre Bonnarme

Albert Castaigne

Giuseppe Fiorentino

Philippe Walter

Philippe Billebault

11:55 – 12:25

Walloon Aerospace Market Overview

David Praet - Director International RelationsSkywin
  • Located in the French-speaking part of Belgium...

    Located in the French-speaking part of Belgium, Wallonia has its dedicated cluster related to Aerospace : “Skywin”.

    Skywin gathers a group of Companies, Training Centers and Research Units engaged in public and private partnership (PPP’s) and building synergies around common and innovative projects.

    The Wallonia region is home to 70% of Belgium’s Aerospace Industry, which supplies 5% of the Airbus range’s structure and equipment, as well as providing parts and services for Boeing, Bombardier and Embraer.

David Praet

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2 - AFTERNOON

14:00 – 14:30

Presentation of Occitanie’s Aeronautical and Space Ecosystem and the new aeronautical challenges Agency of the Region: AD’OCC

Philippe BayletHead of Aerospace and Intelligent Transport Systems Department, AD'OCC

  • The Occitanie region has...

    The Occitanie region has a unique Eco system for the development of your aeronautical and space activities:

    • Presence of 3 aircraft manufacturers: Airbus (world HQ) ATR (world HR) and DAHER and leading region in Europe in the space sector (25% of European jobs)
    • 90,000 jobs and more than 700 sub-contractors in aeronautics and space
    • 9,000 researchers and 19,000 students in the aerospace field
    • A complete sector: Design offices, mechanics, avionics, aerostructures, interior fittings, Air Traffic management, MRO and deconstruction. The Occitanie Region is also positioning itself on the technologies of the future: Green Aircraft, More Electric Aircraft, Hydrogen, IOT, Big Data, Drones, VTOL, autonomous vehicles

Philippe Baylet

14:35 – 15:05

Investment, sourcing and innovative potential of the Czech Republic’s aerospace industry

Brno region: Opportunities for investment and business cooperation including Aerospace Industry

Lucie MeznikovaPrivate Sector Specialist,  Brno City Municipality 

  • Brno is the metropolis of the South Moravian Region...

    Brno is the metropolis of the South Moravian Region. This young and dynamic city located near three capitals – Prague, Vienna and Bratislava - is one of the most progressive innovation centres in Central Europe.  Brno has a strong tradition in mechanical and electrical engineering. In the field of electron microscopy it is among the best in the world. The aerospace industry is also increasingly important for the region. Even if there are only a few companies in #brnoregion dealing in the aircraft industry and astronautics, the potential for growth is clear. Brno universities and science and research centres are also intensively involved in this sector and are able to establish cooperation with companies.  The importance of popularization in this field is fully recognized in #brnoregion. There are regularly held events such as Brno Space Days, hackathons for secondary school students etc.

Michal JanečkaSpecialist for Aerospace and Defence, Business and Investment Development Agency CzechInvest

  • The presentation aims to acquaint the participants...

    The presentation aims to acquaint the participants with the contemporary state of the aerospace industry in the Czech Republic and the related cooperation opportunities that emerge. The presentation will be given by a sector specialist of the Business and Investment Development Agency (Czechinvest), state agency that within its services also serves as a national point of contact for foreign entities interested in the Czech aerospace and defense sector. The presentation will provide the comprehensive overview of the industry, ranging from the key players, primary areas of specialization, R&D capacities to support programs, plans and projects or investment success stories. 

Lucie Meznikova

Michal Janečka

15:10 – 15:40

BoostAeroSpace activity as part of the Recovery Plan

Patrick Fanget Chairman, BoostAeroSpace

  • Since its creation in 2011...

    Since its creation in 2011, BoostAeroSpace (an Airbus, Dassault Aviation, Safran and Thales

    company) plays a leading role in collaboration, security and harmonization of data exchange for the European Aerospace sector. With current crisis strongly impacting our industry, BoostAeroSpace team and its partners, is working on digital initiatives to contribute to industrial sector recovery while improving its efficiency. What is this project? How can you benefit from it and ask for support in this context? How can your company be part of a long-term approach combining efficiency, trust and cooperation between actors of a same industry? These are the questions Patrick Fanget, President of BoostAeroSpace, will answer during his conference.

Patrick Fanget

15:45 – 16:15

Agility: value creation, committed teams, involved customers, proven results! Even for a hardware product?

Patrick Vergnot - Agile Product OwnerLatécoère 

Marie Heurtel - Agile Scrum MasterLatécoère 

  • Three years ago, Latécoère began...

    Three years ago, Latécoère began the development of a new concept of aircraft door in order to equip future programs. The ASGARD research project was born and set itself ambitious objectives: time to market, maximized value addition and cost reduction. All of this driven by one question in mind: how to innovate on an already mature aerostructure?

    Latécoère has lead this project from two sides: first of all, we approached the topic with a functional approach of the “Access to the Aircraft Cabin” system, making it possible to grasp issues with maximum creativity, and not through a product approach which could have led to doing “as before”. Then we implemented a new framework, commonly known as "agile methods" and so far applied more commonly to IT projects.

    Convinced by its strengths and having made their R&T team adhere to this new mode of operation - in self-management and without formal hierarchy -, Marie Heurtel and Patrick Vergnot will share with you their experience on the application of agile methods on industrial product innovation.

Marie Heurtel

Patrick Vergnot

15:45 – 16:15

Malaysia Aerospace Market Overview

Pravinganesha Rajoo - Director, MIDA Paris (Malaysian Investment Development Authority)

  • The ongoing Covid-19 pandemic...

    The ongoing Covid-19 pandemic has impacted almost every industry in the world and the aerospace industry is considered to be in the eye of the storm. Malaysia being second-largest aerospace market in Southeast Asia, strategically located in the heart of ASEAN, with its well-developed infrastructure, stable economy and sound policies is weathering the storm ably. It is anticipated that recovery post Covid-19  will be swift and Malaysia would be able to reposition itself to be more competitive as it has all the necessary ingredients to be an important player in the international market, and become the leading aerospace nation in the region. In this regard, the presentation would be updating the audience on the current aerospace ecosystem in Malaysia and how Malaysia fits into the global supply chain; the opportunities that are present for French businesses, varies facilitation's offered by MIDA, updates on government policies and many other details to showcase why Malaysia is the ideal location to position the next Aerospace project.

Pravinganesha Rajoo

16:20 – 16:50

SME, ETI, your workshop will be digitised in 2021 - Myth or reality?

Ben Allister - CEO, Infodream Ltd

  • You've heard about Industry 4.0...

    You've heard about Industry 4.0, but what is it really about?

    Is it for us? Should we start now before being overtaken by competitors? How do we start this journey?

    We will explain in this presentation what are the immediate benefits, how to initiate your 4.0 transition and what initial investment is needed (resource and financial) and within what timeframe.

    The presentation will be illustrated with a live demo of our individual process digitisation solution.

Ben Allister

17:20 – 17:50

CORAC Presentation

Jean-Brice DumontChairman, CORAC

  • The ongoing Covid-19 pandemic...

    The ongoing Covid-19 pandemic has impacted almost every industry in the world and the aerospace industry is considered to be in the eye of the storm. Malaysia being second-largest aerospace market in Southeast Asia, strategically located in the heart of ASEAN, with its well-developed infrastructure, stable economy and sound policies is weathering the storm ably. It is anticipated that recovery post Covid-19  will be swift and Malaysia would be able to reposition itself to be more competitive as it has all the necessary ingredients to be an important player in the international market, and become the leading aerospace nation in the region. In this regard, the presentation would be updating the audience on the current aerospace ecosystem in Malaysia and how Malaysia fits into the global supply chain; the opportunities that are present for French businesses, varies facilitation's offered by MIDA, updates on government policies and many other details to showcase why Malaysia is the ideal location to position the next Aerospace project.

Jean-Brice Dumont

17:30 – 18:00

Space Trophies

Christophe Delqué - Managing Director, SPACE Aero

Jean-Philippe Bédos - VP Supply Chain & Quality, Airbus Helicopters / President, SPACE Aero

Christophe Soufflet - Strategic Partnerships Director, Safran / Vice President, Space Aero

Sylvain Broux - CEO, Delmon Group

Patrice Fassier - Managing Director, Equip'Aero Industrie

  • The ongoing Covid-19 pandemic...

    The ongoing Covid-19 pandemic has impacted almost every industry in the world and the aerospace industry is considered to be in the eye of the storm. Malaysia being second-largest aerospace market in Southeast Asia, strategically located in the heart of ASEAN, with its well-developed infrastructure, stable economy and sound policies is weathering the storm ably. It is anticipated that recovery post Covid-19  will be swift and Malaysia would be able to reposition itself to be more competitive as it has all the necessary ingredients to be an important player in the international market, and become the leading aerospace nation in the region. In this regard, the presentation would be updating the audience on the current aerospace ecosystem in Malaysia and how Malaysia fits into the global supply chain; the opportunities that are present for French businesses, varies facilitation's offered by MIDA, updates on government policies and many other details to showcase why Malaysia is the ideal location to position the next Aerospace project.

Christophe Delqué

Jean-Philippe Bédos

Christophe Soufflet

Sylvain Broux

Patrice Fassier

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