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Aerospace & Defense 4.0 - What It Is & Why It Matters

Wed, Mar 24, 2021 · 2:00 PM · London
About This Webinar

Combining emerging smart technologies to digitally transform the industry

The last year has given the aerospace industry one of its biggest ever challenges and has seen much government support to airlines based on the need to revolutionise their digital and environmental credentials.

Airlines and the broader aerospace sector will need to be more competitive and leverage new technologies and incorporate the digital transformation throughout their organizations – the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

This approach uses advanced technologies to reinvent products and services from design and engineering to manufacturing and support, accelerating operational efficiency. From digital twins to AI, the future race for digital operations transformation will be essential in a new era.

In a global survey conducted by Deloitte to assess the current state of Industry 4.0 adoption across manufacturing industries, 84 percent of Aerospace & Defence executives said they consider leveraging new digital technologies as key to market differentiation—yet only a quarter of the A&D companies are currently using these technologies and tools to access, manage, analyze, and leverage data from their digital assets to inform decision-making in real time.

Some A&D companies are already beginning to realise the transformative effects of these technologies, but what does it mean for you, how will it impact your business and what should you do to keep competitive in the future aerospace industry?

Who can view: Everyone
Webinar Price: Free
Featured Presenters
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Industry Director, Defense Manufacturing at IFS
As Industry Director for Defense Manufacturing at IFS, Matt Medley ensures IFS solutions meet the demanding needs of Defense Manufacturers and contractors worldwide. He has served as a management consultant, program manager, and project manager in aerospace, defense, and manufacturing organizations including Porsche, Lockheed Martin and others. A graduate of the US Air Force Academy, Matt served as a Major in the US Air Force, compiling over 2,500 flight hours in the C-130 and MC-12W aircraft. He holds the FAA Airline Transport Pilot and Certified Flight Instructor ratings and has earned multiple postgraduate degrees and certifications including an MBA from Kennesaw State University and PMI’s Project Management Professional certification.
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CEO & Founder, Datch
With a degree in Aerospace Engineering from Adelaide University, and a Masters in Aircraft Design from Cranfield University, Mark previously worked with submarines in Australia and in aircraft manufacturing in Europe. During this time he led or contributed to aircraft systems design and manufacturing projects across the UK, Italy, South Korea and the US.

His first major innovative project came in 2011, when he designed and built the world's first plasma actuated UAV, where mechanical ailerons of an aircraft were replaced by plasmerons - devices that used high voltage discharge of electrons to control the airflow around a wing chord.

He was also involved with the development of a carbon nanotube electrothermal ice protection system for aircraft leading edges. His contribution began from conception through to multiple build and test phases at the icing wind tunnel test facilities in New York with his team.

He has broad technical experience in manufacturing, maintenance, and industry processes, all within the framework of an international career.
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Captain for Pacific Airlines, Vietnam
Samuel Chandra is currently an a320 Captain for Pacific Airlines in Vietnam and also host of the Artificial Intelligence in Aviation podcast "Deep Sky'. Having spent almost a decade in airlines in flying, project and management roles. He has also found a fascination with the exponential power of Artificial Intelligence. Deep Sky aims to guide aviation leaders in how they need to be thinking and planning, for a future transformed by the fusion of Artificial Intelligence and Aviation.
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Partner, Deloitte Consulting, Netherlands
Helena Lisachuk is a Partner with Deloitte Consulting in the Netherlands. She leads the IoT practice globally and represents Deloitte in the Industrial Internet Consortium, focused on development and adoption of (industrial) IoT. She has 20 years of experience in strategy definition / roadmap development, due diligence, target operating model development, post-merger synergy realization, customer journey mapping, organization redesign, technology delivery, change management, and program / portfolio management.
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VP for Digital Systems in Civil Aerospace at Rolls-Royce plc
Nick is a 32-year veteran with Rolls-Royce, specialising in digital services. Over this career, Nick has worked in a range of industries including Defence, Marine, Oil & Gas, Rail, Energy, but most frequently Aerospace where asset value is high and data-driven decision-making is at the core of profitability. In the last 10 years Nick has led teams and programmes to create, sell and servitise solutions for the Aerospace market focusing on Predictive Maintenance and Sustainable Operations. In the last 5 years he has overseen a major investment in the Rolls-Royce IntelligentEngine digital technologies (safe & secure cloud, AI, IoT, big data science, customer experience) which underpin the new generation of Rolls-Royce TotalCare services. Currently, Nick oversees the digital strategy for the Rolls-Royce aftermarket business.
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Vice President of Client Strategy, TMP
As Vice President of Client Strategy, Adam Konowe specializes in business-to-business and business-to-government marketing communications, often for aviation, aerospace and defense companies. Since 1999, he has represented some of the industry’s most recognizable brands while working for two firms, TMP Worldwide and Sullivan Higdon & Sink. He also is an adjunct professor of communication at American University in Washington, D.C., teaching classes at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Earlier, he spent seven years in television with C-SPAN, BizNet and PBS The Business Channel and has worked a number of high-profile live broadcasts since then in a freelance capacity.

Adam’s article "Media Training as a PR Catalyst: It's about Bucks, Not Just Buzz" was published by PRNews in the Media Training Guidebook (2013). He participated in crisis communication panels at the Flight Safety Foundation's 68th Annual International Air Safety Summit in 2015, followed by the 61st Annual Business Aviation Safety Summit in 2016. Since 2017, he has led a series of marketing workshops for the Ontario Aerospace Council in Canada, while 2019 saw him featured in Flight International, Battlespace and Aviation Week & Space Technology, as well as invited to deliver a series of guest lectures at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.
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