MAY 27 – Day 2

INNOVATION TO OUTPERFORM AND STAY COMPETITIVE

SESSION 2 – URBAN AIR MOBILITY and UAS – SHAPING THE FUTURE OF AVIATION

09: 00 – 10:05

Panel Discussion
Urban Air Mobility and UAS – Shaping the Futur of Aviation

Moderator: Jorge Manchón

Head of UAV and Urban Aerial Mobility (UAM) contents at Aviaciondigital.
Boeing 787 First Officer at Air Europa.
UAV pilot.

Miguel Vilaplana

Urban Air Mobility - UAS (Unmanned Aircraft Systems) Traffic Management 
airbus

Florian Reuter

CEO 
volocpter

José I Rodríguez

Sales Director Spain and LATAM

Matthias Meiner

CoFounder and Head of Avionics
lilium

Antidio Viguria

CTO Avionics
fada catec

Juan Jose Calvente

Head of RPAS Departement

aertec

10:10 – 11:15

Workshop

AEROTWIN PROJECT

Unmanned Aerial System at industrial and infrastructure applications

Unmanned Aerial Systems technologies are becoming an important tool at industrial and infrastructure systems in many different applications. This workshop presents some successful use cases of successful demonstration of state-of-the-art of these technologies in industrial environments.

Laboratory for Robotics and Intelligent Control Systems of the University of Zagreb, Aerial Robotics Laboratory of the Imperial College London and GRVC Robotics Laboratory of the University of Seville will present their experience.

Moderator: Silvia de los Santos

CTA Head of Aerospace & Production

Autonomous Inspection of Wind Turbine Blades

Prof. Stjepan Bogdan

Full Professor, Laboratory for Robotics and Intelligent Control Systems Department on Control and Computer Engineering, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing

Physical Artificial Intelligence for Infrastructure Drones

Prof. Mirko Kovac

Full Professor, Director of the Aerial Robotics Laboratory and ROYAL SOCIETEY WOLFSON Fellow

Aerial Robots for inspection and logistics

Prof. Anibal Ollero

Full Professor and Head of GRVC and Scientific Advisor of the Center for Aerospace Technologies (CATEC)

SESSION 3 – OVERVIEW OF THE LATEST GREEN MRO PRODUCTS AND INITIATIVES

11:20 – 11:50

Sustainability in Heavy Maintenance

Sustainability is hugely important in an industry that is often portrayed as bad for the environment. What can airlines and MRO’s do to reduce the impact of our operations on the environment and to demonstrate a real commitment and real impact on our footprint.
From high impact items like aircraft choice and engine choice to more marginal gains there are actually many ways that airlines and MRO’s can make real improvements.
This presentation will review some of the current initiatives and potential initiatives in Ryanair Engineering related to sustainability.

Andy Holder

Deputy Director Heavy Maintenance & PAML Group

Neil Hickey

General Manager Heavy Maintenance Sevilla

12:00 – 12:30

Conference

Manuel López Aguilar

CEO

14:00 – 15:05

Andalucia, International Aeronautical Hub

How and why should Andalusia maintain its leadership position in the aerospace industry?

We will discuss the current situation of the aerospace industry in Andalusia and its international relevance, the clear commitment to the space sector in this region, the new opportunities that are opening up in Defense and through the Next Generation funds of the European Union.

 

Moderator: Silvia de los Santos

CTA Head of Aerospace & Production

Opening

Isabel Maestre

Executive Director AESA and EVA Vice-President

Maria Prieto Simón

H.O. A400M FAL & Flight Test
airbus

Mélanie Durth

Business Development Manager 
andalusia aerospace

Carmen Sillero

Strategy and Programmes Head of Division
airbus

Esperanza Caro

General Director of Sustainable Development, Financing and Foreign Action 

airbus

Antonio Gómez-Guillamón

President and AERTEC CEO

airbus

15:10 – 15:40

Aerospace Industry in Morocco

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
AMDIE (Moroccan Investment & Export Development Agency)

Business Development Associate, Aerospace Industry
airbus

15:45 – 16:15

How AutoForm can reduce tryout loops and material cost?

AutoForm’s software solutions form a comprehensive platform for the engineering, evaluation and improvement of the part metal forming process. Designed for everyday real life applications, our software solutions increase engineering throughput and ensure optimal part production. In this presentation, you will see how AF can help you to reduce time and costs, improving the efficiency of tryout.

Pilar Carruesco González

Account Manager
airbus