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        DEC. 1/3 2020

13th EDITION

 

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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

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3 - MORNING

10:10 – 10:40

Aerospace Industry in Morocco 
Meryem Kabbadj - Business Development Associate, Aerospace IndustryAMDIE (Moroccan Investment & Export Development Agency)
  • Morocco is developing its aerospace industry...

    Morocco is developing its aerospace industry with the goal of becoming a global destination for world-class capabilities in 5 Tier 1 Communities—Structures, Systems, Interiors, Propulsion, and MRO—in the next 10 years.  We’re building on a solid foundation of the 140 aerospace companies in-country, which have demonstrated capability, capacity, quality, cost, and low risk.

Meryem Kabbadj

10:10 – 10:40

Friction Stir Welding: a cost-killer in the aeronautics industry 

Laurent Dubourg - CEO, Stirweld
  • Laurent Dubourg will present...

    Laurent Dubourg will present the contribution of Friction Stir Welding in the reduction of buy-to-fly and the replacement of riveting. He will present the technological principles of FSW and its actual spreading in the aeronautical sector. Then he will advise FSW means of production considering the type of aeronautical application to be welded by Friction Stir Welding, including the innovation of FSW at controlled cost from a CNC machine.

Laurent Dubourg

10:45 – 11:15

Together for a Sustainable Industry

Laurent ManachCEO, Pôle EMC2

  • On June 4, during its annual general meeting...

    On June 4, during its annual general meeting, the EMC2 Cluster launched the Manifesto for sustainable industry. To date, signed by more than 60 industrial companies and research & training centers of Western France, the Manifesto aims to revive economic activity and preserve jobs by reconciling competitiveness and social, societal and environmental stakes. Laurent Manach, EMC2 CEO, will present practical solutions that EMC2 Cluster and its partners will develop to make our industry more competitive, more innovative and more successful.

Laurent Manach

10:45 – 11:15

2030 Space Supply Chain Vision

Bruno LaurentHead of Industrial SubcontractingThales Alenia Space 


  • Top class operators are asking for more operational flexibility...

    Top class operators are asking for more operational flexibility on our products and increasingly shorter delivery dates. We must therefore adjust our supply chain in terms of products but also in the way we work together.

     

    The digital transition is underway and will continue with the rise of software, flexible high-speed satellite payloads, big data, Internet of Things and arrival of industry 5.0. Digital solutions at the service of mechanics with ever shorter delivery times for Thales Alenia Space and its partners.

Bruno Laurent

11:20 – 11:50

Airbus & Aeromart Toulouse: Detailed parts update

Raphaël DuflosVice President Detail Parts Procurement, Airbus Lead Buyer, Airbus
  • Top class operators are asking for more operational flexibility...

    Top class operators are asking for more operational flexibility on our products and increasingly shorter delivery dates. We must therefore adjust our supply chain in terms of products but also in the way we work together.

     

    The digital transition is underway and will continue with the rise of software, flexible high-speed satellite payloads, big data, Internet of Things and arrival of industry 5.0. Digital solutions at the service of mechanics with ever shorter delivery times for Thales Alenia Space and its partners.

Raphaël Duflos

11:55 – 12:25

Hemeria, for commercial-grade space missions with smallsat

Grégory Pradels - VP Business Development, Hemeria
  • Hemeria is a new actor in France and Europe...

    Hemeria is a new actor in France and Europe, devoted to space and defense sectors. Our challenge is to demonstrate that smallsat space missions are relevant for commercial applications. Our first ANGELS satellite is already a success. Other exiting projects are on-going.

Grégory Pradels

Prométhée, To democratize Earth Observation consolidating French "Newspace" oriented export

Olivier Piepsz - President, Prométhée
  • Prométhée is a new player...

    Prométhée is a new player  is the French "Newspace" sector, it proposes to make environmental and strategic intelligence services available to governments and industry in a sovereign approach. Promthée provides "End-to-End" solutions covering the satellite segment, the data processing and fusion digital plateform offering to French and emergent countries customers services with a strong local impact. Prométhée's ambition is to consolidate a French "filière" of satellites constellations with submetric resolution and outstanding revisite rates taking advantage of all the world class expertises already available in France and in particular in the Toulouse region.

Olivier Piepsz

Loft Orbital: making space as simple as a subscription service
Antoine de Chassy - Co-founder & President, Loft Orbital
  • Loft Orbital provides a unique service to...

    Loft Orbital provides a unique service to commercial satellite operators, Space agencies, Government entities, NGOs, who need to access Space in Low Earth orbit. Customers provide their payloads, Loft flies them and hands over full control of the operations thanks to our proprietary Cockpit mission control software. High performance platforms and standard interface technologies allow for a much faster and cheaper deployment of assets in Space.

Antoine de Chassy

11:55 – 12:25

French Mechanical  Industry supports the Future European Aerospace Research towards Green Aviation

Damien Guillon - Technologist ArchitectCetim Nantes

Pascal Souquet - Senior Scientific Officer, Cetim Senlis 

  • Aeronautics must respond to 3 environmental...

    Aeronautics must respond to 3 environmental, economic, and societal challenges that require and justify an unprecedented R&T effort. This sector is strongly committed to the energy transition and the reduction of its environmental impacts. In response to market expectations, the manufacturing tool must evolve in technicality and productivity to reduce acquisition and operating costs while preserving margins. The Supply Chain, especially SMEs, must continue to develop its skills in a highly competitive environment.

    Cetim, Centre Technique des Industries Mécaniques is historically a technological companion of the aeronautics industry to contribute to the construction of solutions allowing to reach the ambitious objectives of this industrial sector, as a partner of its R&T and as a provider of solutions and services.

    Three examples of R&T partnerships illustrate this proximity in the development of "green aviation". Hydrogen is a key element for the energy transition in aeronautics with the goal of a carbon neutral aircraft by 2035. Having cryogenic hydrogen tanks made of composite materials at a controlled cost is the objective of the material/product/process developments currently underway. Original solutions combining advanced composite materials, innovative thermoforming processes and original product/process design methods have been developed to meet the challenges of lightening aeronautical components and structures. World-class test benches have been developed in partnership with Safran. They improve understanding and modeling of the phenomena encountered in the operation of aircraft engine seals, qualify technologies, and evaluate components.

    These examples illustrate Cetim's mission as a technical centre at the service of mechanical industries and for industrial sectors. It is about identifying technologies, evaluating them, developing innovative solutions for their implementation on an industrial scale and transferring its results to companies.

Damien Guillon

Pascal Souquet

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3 - AFTERNOON

14:00 – 14:30

Certify your equipment or embedded Systems : Strategy and new opportunities?

Stéphane Woitok - Chief Operating Officer, R&R Consulting 
  • As an expert in the field of certification...

    As an expert in the field of certification, Stéphane WOITOK will present another you of the context, the stakes and the regulations associated with certification (Type Certificate, STC), the basis of certification of an aeronautical system as well as the roles and responsibilities of the actors.

    He will also talk about the impact of a certification process of an equipment within an organisation as well as the associated opportunities.

Stéphane Woitok

14:00 – 15:05

Expert Forum: The Challenge of a Sustainable Aviation

Moderator: Dona Vitonou - HUU-Toulouse Campus Leader, Airbus Leadership University

Nadia Pellefigue - Vice President, Occitanie Region

Agnès Plagneux-Bertrand - Deputy Mayor, Toulouse City Hall / Vice President, Toulouse Métropole

Sandra Bour Schaeffer - CEO, Airbus UpNext

Christine Courade - Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) & HR DirectorAéroport Toulouse Blagnac

Florence Robin - CEO & Founder, Limatech / Member of Women in Aerospace

  • As an expert in the field of certification...

    As an expert in the field of certification, Stéphane WOITOK will present another you of the context, the stakes and the regulations associated with certification (Type Certificate, STC), the basis of certification of an aeronautical system as well as the roles and responsibilities of the actors.

    He will also talk about the impact of a certification process of an equipment within an organisation as well as the associated opportunities.

Nadia Pellefigue

Agnès Plagneux-Bertrand

Sandra Bourg Schaeffer

Christine Courade

Florence Robin

Dona Vitonou

14:35 – 15:05

Space Aero action to support the Supply Chain transformation and recovery

Christophe DelquéManaging Director, SPACE Aero

  • Space organization has been improving...

    Space organization has been improving the industrial performance of the Supply Chain on a lasting basis for more than 10 years, by being at the crossroads of major players and suppliers.

    In the context of the COVID crisis, we are constantly listening to our community and we are adapting our actions to support the Supply Chain on its short-term challenges: cash flow control, strategy, transfers of activities, business continuity.

    It is by pooling the resources of its executive members (major national players) that SPACE is supporting its community and the industry in this crisis through training and collective or dedicated actions.

    Focus on the SPACE action to support the restructuring that is taking place in this adaptation period of the sector.


Christophe Delqué

15:10 – 15:40

Automotive meets Aerospace - How BOSCH i4.0 experience can support medium size aerospace companies to succeed in their transformation

Sylvain Bou - Director, Bosch Rodez Services (BRS)

  • Bosch created « Bosch Rodez Services » (BRS)...

    Bosch created « Bosch Rodez Services » (BRS) to propose a support to develop and structure companies based on BOSCH field experience.

    BRS support implementation of LEAN production based on BOSCH Production System

    We can analyse, conceive, develop and implement i4.0 solutions based on our internal experience.

    We will illustrate this conference with actual achievements with small, medium sized companies as well as large groups.


Sylvain Bou

15:10 – 15:40

Club Galaxie’s overview & Euroconsult’s views on the latest dynamics of the space sector ecosystem

Chrisitan Bec - President, Club Galaxie

Pacôme Révillon - CEO, Euroconsult

  • Bosch created « Bosch Rodez Services » (BRS)...

    Bosch created « Bosch Rodez Services » (BRS) to propose a support to develop and structure companies based on BOSCH field experience.

    BRS support implementation of LEAN production based on BOSCH Production System

    We can analyse, conceive, develop and implement i4.0 solutions based on our internal experience.

    We will illustrate this conference with actual achievements with small, medium sized companies as well as large groups.


Christian Bec

Pacôme Révillon

15:45 – 16:15

Russian commercial space program. Space tourism.

Dmitry Loskutov - Director General, Glavkosmos

  • Dmitry Loskutov, the Director General of...

    Dmitry Loskutov, the Director General of the Glavkosmos, will present a short overview of Russian space program including lunar programs and space tourism. The first part of the presentation will cover the Russian automated and crewed lunar program, including the new crewed spacecraft, its crew and payload possibilities, the new Spaceport Vostochny. The second part will concentrate on the space tourism and Glavkosmos/Russian Space Industry possibilities for space tourists.

Dmitry Loskutov

15:45 – 16:15

Tomorrow, towards a new economical space

Murielle Lafaye - Head of Economic intelligence Department, Project manager of the Space economy  Observatory, CNES (Centre National d'Etudes Spatiales)

  • The economy of space, over the past 10 years...

    The economy of space, over the past 10 years, has been changing rapidly due to a paradigm shift related to digitization and Newspace. Indeed, the economy of the space sector is developing very dynamically. The development of the uses of space affects increasingly varied fields such as environmental management, agriculture, transport and mobility, energy, health, the fields of insurance, finance, but also land management, or tourism. This development of uses is also amplified by that of constellations which democratizes the use of satellites, which have become connected objects like any other, and which opens up to a so-called "space as a service" economy of space for the Earth, but also from space to space. Also, it is envisaged that a new “Space-in-Space economy” will develop beyond geostationary orbit, around the Moon and the Moon towards Mars, stimulated by major exploration programs, opening up a "new economic space".

Murielle Lafaye

16:20 – 18:35

Sirius Space Talks - Pacman Space Games: is the US deal flow wave to cross over the Ocean?

William Ricard - Manager France & Magreb, PwC

Mathieu Luinaud - Senior Associate Space Industry, PwC

Alexander MacDonald - Chief Economist, Office of the Administrator, NASA (National Aeronautics & Space Administration)

Candace Johnson - Seraphim Capital/EBAN Space

Sébastien Moranta - Coordinator of Studies, ESPI (European Space Policy Institute)

Lucien Rapp - Law Professor, Chair Sirius / Université de Toulouse

Maria Rhimbassen - Graduate Researcher in Space Law, Chair Sirius / Université de Toulouse

  • This year's theme is that of company deal flow...

    This year's theme is that of company deal flow, which is emerging in many sectors, particularly in the space industry. The beginning of 2020 was marked by a few significant transactions, mainly in the United States: AE Industrial Parners took control of Adcole Maryland Aerospace and Deep Space System. Redwire acquired Made in Space. Amergint Technologies Holdings purchased Raytheon Technologies. Amergint became the main shareholder of Tethers Unlimited. Voyager Space Holding acquired Pioneer Astronautics. Could this wave of transactions cross the Atlantic Ocean? Will it reinforce the trend that has been observed in Europe in recent months towards a significant increase of private investors in the financing of European start-up companies? Should we expect, in the next coming months, a multiplication of transactions in the European space sectors?

William Ricard

Mathieu Luinaud

Alexander MacDonald

Sébastien Moranta

Maria Rhimbassen

Lucien Rapp

Followed by a pitch session:

Michel Seyrac - CEO, IIDRE

Vincent Farrès D’Astiès - CEO, ZEPHALTO

Jean-Christophe Poisson - CoFounder, VORTEX

Benjamin Kawak - Founder, 3D AERO SPACE

International Jury Members:

Stewart Bain

Rob Desborough

Marcel Dridje

Jerome Nollet

Stewart Bain - Co-Founder and CEO, NorthStar Earth and Space (Canada)

Rob Desborough - Partner Seraphim Space and CEO, Seraphim Space Camp (UK)

Marcel Dridje - Member of the Board, European Business Angels Network (EBAN), President Emeritus Sophia Business Angels Network (UK)

Jerome Nollet - Investment Banker, Co-Founder Wharton Mentor Program, Sophia Business Angels Member (France)

16:55 – 17:25

Role of supply chain in the development of the low-carbon aircraft

Paul Marie Dubreuil - Vice President Procurement Group, Daher

  • The major environmental challenges...

    The major environmental challenges we are facing today require aeronautical companies in particular to make a collective commitment to launch research and innovation for the development of tomorrow's low-carbon aircraft.

    With its unique position in the aeronautical landscape (aircraft manufacturer, a family-owned group with strong values and a ong-term vision, and a pioneer in the convergence of industry and services), Daher is resolutely committed to a CSR policy to meet these environmental challenges. The development of this CSR policy necessarily involves a responsible procurement approach, which is essential to federate and involve all partners in the common goal of greener aviation.

Paul Marie Dubreuil

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