2017 Programme

Day 1
28 Nov 2017

Factorydesign

Designer or Industrial Designer What distinguishes the two? Why understanding standards and the technical aspects of design is key to realising a fully engineered product from concept stage.
James Tanner

Vanema / STELIA Aerospace

Vanema’s Crystal Cabin Award-winning Octaspring technology offers enhanced passenger comfort and is now being incorporated into aircraft seats by STELIA.
Jacques Debouchaud
Sandi Cesko

Diehl Aerosystems

Aircraft lavatories can make or break a journey, but technology solutions are increasingly available to ensure both increased passenger comfort and maximised airline’s revenues.
Jakob Versemann

CTT Systems

Managing relative humidity in the cabin not only improves passenger wellbeing – especially in premium cabins – but has maintenance benefits as well.
Peter Landquist

AirFi

Small can be beautiful, especially when there is a need to quickly respond to insatiable passenger demand for wireless IFE. Simple, self-contained systems allow airlines to compete or differentiate and possibly earn ancillary revenue.
Martin Cunnison

Lufthansa Systems

It won’t be long before all aircraft will be connected, this opens up new challenges and opportunities for airlines to transform the inflight experience into a truly digital experience.
Jan-Peter Gaense

Gogo / Ultramain

Connectivity has expanded beyond passengers to the cockpit. eEnabling electronic logbooks can increase operational efficiency and improve passenger experience.
Larry Lenamon
Chad Gill

FliteTrak

How the Internet Of Things can help to drive better services and fleet efficiency for airlines, including passenger safety and comfort, through monitoring cabin environment key systems conditions.
Andrew Barnett
Trevor Lea

Monarch Aircraft Engineering Limited

Adding new seats or wifi as part of a cabin reconfiguration is never simple and an MRO’s Design Office inevitably encounters challenges that have to be resolved quickly and creatively.
Keith Purslow

Aero Technics

Modern commercial aircraft operate at high utilisation so it is essential that cabin maintenance uses technology and innovative planning to maximise efficiency during downtime.
Lee Butterfield

DRINKS RECEPTION

Join us after the conference for an evening of drinks and networking.

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