Through the organization of conferences on high-profile topics, the Excellence Club Aerospace brings together experts from the aerospace industry in prestigious venues and helps form fruitful relationships between industry players.
How can we leverage innovation to prepare for an unprecedented growth phase in MRO? This will be the focus of the March 21 conference-debate
Boeing estimates that the value of the aviation maintenance and services market will reach 8.7 billion euros between now and 2037. This is a real boon for players in a sector whose future health depends on the order book of aircraft manufacturers.
Against this backdrop of unprecedented growth, the Excellence Club Aerospace will bring together innovation experts on March 21 at a leading aerospace research and creativity center. The goal is to decipher the ways in which new technologies can improve performance in the MRO sector.
The global fleet of aircraft in service is expected to double in the next 20 years: how can MRO companies prepare for unprecedented demand? ©Airbus
Predictive maintenance, artificial intelligence, augmented reality, additive manufacturing, factory 4.0: how can new industrial means contribute to improving the performance of MRO companies and flight operations? If you are an expert in aeronautical MRO, an air operations professional or simply passionate about new technologies, the Excellence Club Aerospace invites you to participate in its next conference-debate. The aerospace business club will welcome an exceptional panel of speakers to answer this issue full of challenges for the industry:
- Mathieu ROSSI : president of Rossi Aéro
- François DORE: Director of Innovation at Sabena Technics
- Olivier HODAC : co-founder of Flight Watching
- David MACHETO: Director of Aerospace Valley at Liebherr Aerospace
The presentations will be punctuated by time for exchanges and networking, during which participants and speakers will be able to discuss over a cocktail reception.
The B612 in Toulouse: a place of technological innovation
Located in the south of Toulouse very close to the former Montaudran airfield, the B612 is integrated within a giant building entirely dedicated to aerospace research. The ecosystem inaugurated in June 2018 proposes a collective project to strengthen the innovation chain between public and private laboratories, prime contractors, SMEs and start-ups in the fields of aeronautics, space and embedded systems.
Discover the articles from our previous meetings:
“Civil transport and air combat: which pilots for tomorrow? “at Envol des Pionniers
“Digitalization and artificial intelligence in aeronautics” at the Cour Des Consuls hotel
“Doing business with India” in partnership with the Toulouse Business School
“The benefits of Cloud solutions for the aerospace industry” at the Château de Caumont
Practical information :
We will welcome you from 19:00
Conference-debate + cocktail reception + March issue of La Lettre
Full price : 49 € HT
Students : 30 € HT
Register here :