Aviation Sustainability - We’re fuel specialists, engineers, technicians, operational specialists, risk managers, and sustainable fuel experts. But we’re also one of the world’s largest aviation suppliers. We’ve been innovating and shaping the aviation industry for more than 90 yearsLess
Aerospace 2050 Forum
Aerospace 2050 Forum
Advanced Aerial Mobility - Lilium’s vision is to create a sust... More
Advanced Aerial Mobility - Lilium’s vision is to create a sustainable and accessible mode of high-speed, regional transportation. Using the 7-Seater Lilium Jet, an electric vertical take-off and landing jet, offering leading capacity, low noise and high performance, Lilium is building a transport network and service for people and goods. Working in partnership with world-leading aerospace, technology and infrastructure partners, commercial operations are planned to launch in 2024. Lilium’s 650+-strong team includes over 400 aerospace engineers and a leadership responsible for delivering some of the most successful aircraft in aviation history. Founded in 2015, Lilium’s headquarters and manufacturing facilities are in Munich, Germany, with teams based across Europe and the U.S. To learn more, visit www.lilium.comLess
Aviation Sustainability - APSYS specializes in creating value ... More
Aviation Sustainability - APSYS specializes in creating value through the control of technical, human and operational risks. It offers advice and innovative software solutions with a high level of scientific and technological integration.Less
Designing even more reliable aircraft, securing autonomous vehicles , anticipating the obsolescence of a nuclear installation or protecting industrial assets against cyber-attacks are all challenges to which APSYS employees contribute their expertise on a daily basis.
Aviation Sustainanility - Neste (NESTE, Nasdaq Helsinki) creates solutions for ... More
Aviation Sustainanility - Neste (NESTE, Nasdaq Helsinki) creates solutions for combating climate change and accelerating a shift to a circular economy. We refine waste, residues and innovative raw materials into renewable fuels and sustainable feedstock for plastics and other materials. We are the world’s leading producer of renewable diesel and sustainable aviation fuel, developing chemical recycling to combat the plastic waste challenge. We aim at helping customers to reduce greenhouse gas emissions with our renewable and circular solutions by at least 20 million tons annually by 2030. As a technologically advanced refiner of high-quality oil products with a commitment to reach carbon-neutral production by 2035, we are also introducing renewable and recycled raw materials such as waste plastic as refinery raw materials. We have consistently been included in the Dow Jones Sustainability Indices and the Global 100 list of the world’s most sustainable companies. In 2019, Neste's revenue stood at EUR 15.8 billion, with 82% of the company’s comparable operating profit coming from renewable products. Read more: neste.com
Aviation Sustainability - GE Digital transforms how our custom... More
Aviation Sustainability - GE Digital transforms how our customers solve their toughest challenges by putting industrial data to work. Our mission is to bring simplicity, speed, and scale to digital transformation activities, with industrial software that delivers breakthrough business outcomes. GE Digital’s product portfolio – including grid optimization and analytics, asset and operations performance management, and manufacturing operations and automation – helps industrial companies in the utility, power generation, oil & gas, aviation, and manufacturing sectors change the way industry works. For more information, visit www.ge.com/digital.Less
Space Forum - Henkel is the key partner and solution provider ... More
Space Forum - Henkel is the key partner and solution provider in the design, development, manufacture and maintenance of aircrafts and space systems. With over 50 years of expertise under our wings, Henkel is a leader in aerospace coatings and structural adhesives for the aerospace OEM and MRO industries. Listed in over 5,000 aerospace specifications, we are ready to support your processes from beginning to end, across the globe. Because we're involved early in the design and development processes, we can provide tailor-made solutions to market challenges and needs. The result is a distinct competitive advantage as well as environmentally responsible and cost-effective operations.Less
MON 15 NOVEMBER
Will the aerospace industry be able to make a viable business case for sustainability post-pandemic? Are the net zero emission targets achievable by 2030?
Sustainability has never been more important. Join aircraft manufactures, airline operators, airports and suppliers who are coming together to discover how to build back better and greener!
10:10 - 10:15Opening remarks by Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure
10:15 - 10:45Opening keynote panel: UAE’s commitment to sustainability: creating a more sustainable circular economy
Although important, aviation sustainability isn’t just about the lifecycle of an aircraft and emissions produced. The production, manufacturing, end-of-life and supporting ecosystem should be reconsidered to create a unified environmentally friendly industry, achieve an even greater impact and put economic growth on a sustainable pathway.
10:45 - 11:00Case Study: Exploring British Airways’ path to sustainability
11:00 - 11:40Panel: Establishing strategies for sustainable aviation fuel success
R&D into sustainable aviation fuels has risen dramatically over the last few years. Government and passenger pressure have accelerated demand, but further government incentives and investment is required to scale production and reduce costs. By identifying the tools required to integrate SAF into the aviation fuel supply chain, this session will explore how we can turn the possible into probable creating a true roadmap for success.
11:40 - 12:00Presentation: Fuel for thought
Neste will uncover how to speed up the delivery of SAF and explore potential strategies to successfully introduce alternative fuels into commercial aviation.
12:00 - 12:40Panel: Boosting company- wide sustainable commitment: streamlining operations between flight ops, dispatch, engineering, and maintenance
A credible sustainable strategy includes reducing emissions through new fleets, operational fuel efficiency, airport operations, optimal air traffic management, SAF and carbon offsetting. This panel discussion will recognise the strategies airlines need to adopt for more efficient flying.
12:40 - 13:00Presentation: Kick-starting demand for hydrogen energy: exploring the hydrogen value chain
Hydrogen has become a buzz word in the energy world, but how close are we to flying on hydrogen fueled aircrafts? This session will explore the storage, cost, and infrastructure required to welcome hydrogen into the aviation supply chain and how we can fast-track development.
13:00 - 13:40Panel: Tackling passenger pressure with government regulations
According to Reuters, U.S airlines and renewables companies are lobbying the Biden administration to back a big increase in grants for lower-carbon aviation fuel, arguing new incentives are needed to help fight climate change Reuters. This panel will identify the key government regulations and initiatives such as CORSIA pushing for a green recovery.
13:40 - 13:55Interview: Bringing carbon offsetting to the Middle East
Reshaping the sustainable future of aviation with carbon offsetting initiatives.
13:55 - 14:00Closing remarks by chairperson
14:00End of conference
TUE 16 NOVEMBER
Will space services be the game changer for the aviation sector in 2022? How will space services make your aviation business more effective and capable?
This year the Space Forum creates an opportunity for attendees to learn more about new data services revolutionizing passenger experiences, how satellite connectivity will change everything from entertainment to maintenance and how low cost access to space is going to enable your business to truly use space tech.
09:55 - 10:00Registration and Networking
10:00 - 10:05Opening remarks by Chairperson
10:05 - 10:30Keynote interview session: Reaching critical mass – the new space economy
What are the biggest opportunities in the new space ecosystem? Where is there immediate growth and what are the longer-term technology channels that will create new services and real revenue generating business? How does space fit into wider national development plans and the growth of a knowledge-based economy?
10:30 - 11:00Panel Discussion: The space access revolution – small sats and new launch
Space launch services are expected to record strong growth in 2021, with the market forecast to grow more than 15.7% year over year. As launch costs are driven down and the ability to rapidly produce small sats is ramped up how will the space sector become more responsive to customer needs? Which service base will provide the biggest opportunity?
11:00 - 11:30 Panel Discussion: Enabling mobility and high-capacity inflight data services
Demand for aero connectivity in broad terms is generated for entertainment purposes in flight. Inmarsat's 2018 survey suggests that about 67% of the passengers are likely to rebook with an airline if inflight Wi-Fi were available. How will space technology enable airline to meet growing demand for connectivity “anywhere and anytime”? How can airline focus on enabling In-Flight Connectivity (IFC) over In-Flight Entertainment (IFE)?
11:30 - 12:00IoT and M2M communications – understanding aircraft performance in real-time
IoT and M2M will be the demand pillars for the satcom market.. The satellite IoT market is achieving growing revenues with a market forecast reaching USD 5.9B in 2025. As investment takes place what does this mean for the aviation sector, and how will there services revolutionise the way airlines operate and maintain aircraft. And, as a huge amount of data and IP is generated, who will own it?
12:00 - 12:30Panel discussion: Space 4.0
How are organisations in the space sector combining multiple digital technologies such as Cloud, Machine Learning, and Blockchain to build a meaningful competitive advantage? How are the upstream and downstream segments being effected, and how are the technologies supporting more scalable and innovative business models that are democratizing access to the space sector?
12:30 - 13:00Milestones of the UAE National Space Programme
What is the UAE’s vision for engagement with the wider aerospace sector? What are the updates on the UAE astronaut programme, the Hope Probe mission and future activities. How does the UAE's space programme currently engage with aerospace industry players and what are the opportunities for involvement in future programmes and technologies?
13:00 - 13:30The space enabler - connectivity and communication
How has the COVID-19 experience driven demand for connectivity services from satellite platforms? What are the challenges and opportunities that have been identified, and how can operators respond fast to capitalise on demand for service growth? What are the technologies that will enable the next wave of global connectivity?
13:30 - 14:00The militarisation of space
With the establishment the “Space Force” as a sixth branch of the US military and other nations developing space commands and strengthening capabilities in space, how will developments drive public sector investment in 2021 and beyond? How will the defence sector support A&D companies in accelerating investments in innovative technologies and capabilities that form infrastructure and backbone enabling military activities and operations.
14:00 - 14:30Panel Discussion: Space exploration
Space exploration is expected to continue to evolve and grow in 2021 due to declining launch costs and advances in technology. What can organisations and programmes do now to take advantage of new launch technologies? Will private companies determine the future of space exploration? Will there be a private space exploration economy in the next decade.
14:30Closing Remarks by Chairperson
WED 17 NOVEMBER
Advanced Aerial Mobility
Say goodbye to road traffic and hello to advanced aerial mobility!
This is your chance to dig deep into what new opportunities these disruptive technologies are bringing , from drone deliveries to air taxis, the way cargo and people will be transported is changing . Join world-leading UAV and eVTOL developers to discover the future of urban air mobility.
10:05 - 10:10Opening remarks by Chairperson
10:10 - 10:30Opening keynote presentation: The new age of delivery drones
The disruption challenges faced during the pandemic has increased opportunities within the UAV sector. Worldwide lockdowns accelerated ecommerce activity, coupled with vaccine drives that are pushing capacity boundaries with traditional cargo and last mile delivery suppliers. This session will discuss how delivery drones can alleviate some of the ecommerce boom pressures and fast track vaccine distribution.
10:30 - 11:10Keynote panel: Maximizing regulatory readiness- fast tracking drone delivery
This panel will assess the true potential of drone technology and uncover how we can anticipate regulatory challenges to avoid implementation delays. With interest in drone technology accelerating, how can stakeholders increase pressure to quicken the pace of regulatory change to keep up with demand.
Developing the ideal conditions to promote innovation, facilitate efficient governance and ensure security and safety.
11:10 - 11:50Panel: Investing in the future of sustainable autonomous flight
Following the global trend, Dubai seeks to ensure a quarter of all journeys in the emirate are taken on autonomous transport by 2030. Drone systems represent one of the most promising emerging technologies in the civil aviation and transport sector, this panel discussion will identify how companies can capitalize on drone technology, calculate ROI and accelerate investment in air-mobility infrastructure to support drone development.
11:50 - 12:10Presentation: Exploring air corridors for autonomous aerial vehicles
The growth of air transportation innovations will lead to an increasingly diverse airspace. ANSPs and drone operators need to simplify the introduction of a unified approach to a safe integration of unmanned aircraft systems and ensure that all air traffic is moving safely and efficiently.
12:10 - 12:55Panel: Reshaping architecture and infrastructure for VTOL
Commercial and cargo drones cannot truly take off without the physical infrastructure to support operations such as landing pads, charging points, and drone ports. This panel discussion will uncover if cities are ready to support urban air transportation and if architects are willing to rethink the urban environment design.
12:55 - 13:35Panel: Adapting to key industry challenges to create a drone roadmap
An explorative session that will answer some of the most pressuring challenges facing the industry. What are the social benefits and challenges within UAM? How can we overcome roadblock and be ready for an even more complex airspace. How to standardize the industry and promote collaboration.
13:35 - 13:55 Presentation: Exploring Asia’s UTM capabilities
This presentation will uncover how drones will become an essential part of digital transformation.