After the breath-taking pace of development over the past 150 years, could we conclude that the pace of innovation of today cannot match the benchmarks set by our predecessors. Just 100 years ago, aviation was the domain of courageous adventurers and entrepreneurs.
Today, we service an industry which underpins the global economy; which leads the world in safety; which invests mind-boggling sums in product development; for which technological development involves solving a vast array of interconnected challenges.
There is much to lose as well as to gain. This risk environment, along with our acquired knowledge, has surely changed how we innovate. Or has it?
The 2016 President’s Conference seeks to assess how the nature of innovation in aerospace has changed and whether the industry is still world-leading in terms of exploiting new technologies. Is the risk associated with new technology “over-priced” and holding back the pace of change?
The conference will focus broadly on energy, airframe and systems. Which technologies are going to make waves, and how soon? How will they be integrated with already mature, tried and tested processes and configurations? Can the pace of change be easily accelerated?
- Learn what leading organisations see as drivers for technological advances
- Network with senior influencers and buyers from across industry
- Contribute to the discussion and showcase your organisation as technological innovator
The speaking programme can be viewed here.
|Non-Member||£300 + VAT|
|RAeS Corporate Partner||£275 + VAT|
|RAeS Member||£250 + VAT|
|RAeS Baseline Member||£90 + VAT|
Kevin Cummings, CEO, GKN Aerospace
Bruno Stoufflet, Chief Technology Officer, Dassault Aviation
Jorge Ramos de Oliveira Jr, President, Embraer Europe
Alan Newby, Executive Vice President, Engineering & Technology, Rolls Royce
Jean-Paul Ebanga, President & CEO, CFM International
Fay Collier, Associate Director for Flight Strategy, NASA Langley Research Center
Royal Aeronautical Society Headquarters
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