About
We are entering an exciting time in the aerospace and space arenas. Electric motors are going to play a key role in the future developments.

Road traffic is a global problem, not only environmentally but congestion as well. There are many areas where the future will remove vehicles from the roads. Firstly, we are starting to see drone delivery services, but moving forward the development of small, unmanned cargo aircraft making short trips between hubs. The Urban Air Mobility market is moving forward at speed, the eVTOL taxi is close to becoming something we will see in everyday life.

Human space exploration is again coming to the fore, with many plans for people returning to the moon and building a permanent base in preparation for sending humans to Mars. These are all areas where motors will play a key role as the technologies develop. In this webinar electrical motor application areas will be discussed.

5 KEY POINT DELEGATES WILL LEARN:
• The future direction of the aerospace and space sectors
• The benefits of the progression
• The challenges that will be faced on these new platforms
• Typical applications for DC electric motors
• Future improvements in motor technology
When
Wed, Jun 22, 2022 · 10:00 AM London (GMT +1:00)
Presenters
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Andrew Gibson
Aerospace Sales Engineer
Andrew Gibson has 30 years of experience in the engineering environment. He completed a mechanical engineering apprenticeship and gained a BTEC HNC. He continued his studies and achieved an MSc in Manufacturing, Management and Technology.

Andrew has 15 years of expertise in a sales environment dealing with a wide range of markets and now specialises in aerospace and space encompassing:

• Aviation
• Defence
• Space
• UAV
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Paul Fanning
Publishing Director, MA Business
A technical magazine editor for more than 25 years, Paul has spent much of his career in the engineering press, with spells covering most aspects of the sector. He first became editor of Eureka! in 2010 and was part of the team that launched the Engineering Design Show. In 2018, Paul added to his role on Eureka! when he was appointed editorial director of MA Business. In 2020, he was made publishing director with responsibility for the MA Business Engineering Portfolio.