Airline & Aerospace MRO & Flight Ops IT Conference 2022 – EMEA

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Making Optimal use of M&E / MRO Software Masterclass Workshop; Tuesday 7th June, at 14:00 – 17:30.
Includes Coffee Break: 15:30 – 16:00

Making optimal use of existing software applications starts with qualitatively and quantitatively analysing business functions usage and adoption against technology capabilities. Defining opportunities from that analysis and setting a strategy for improvements should then follow. Additionally, embedding a culture of continuous improvement and standardizing the (non-technical) handling of software releases to stay current is a common challenge to be addressed.

This workshop looks into ways of keeping both business processes and software releases optimal and in sync and will cover key issues such as: Are your available M&E systems being used efficiently and to their full potential; what is the integrity of your data – is there one source of truth for data?; How well are you keeping up with system releases and emerging industry trends? and more.

There are only 60 seats available in this workshop.  Please reserve yours by filling in the form below.

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Welcome

After more than two years away we are delighted to welcome you back to the Airline & Aerospace MRO & Flight Operations IT Conference – EMEA!

Since we have been away, the Covid-19 crisis has changed aviation. For the 13 years we have been hosting this IT conference, we have talked about the benefits of digitization with integrated and enhanced IT platforms for airlines, aircraft operators and MROs, but adoption of these technologies has been slow. However, Covid-19 has brought about a noticeable change in priorities; IT is now recognized as the heart of any modern airline, and the key enabler for recovery and prosperity going forwards.

As if Covid-19 were not enough of a challenge, the uncertainty of what is happening in Ukraine has highlighted that it is even more important that airlines and MROs have the best modern IT solutions in use to ensure that they are able to be as agile, flexible and fast as possible to cope with whatever instability or changes might be in the future.

With IT now front and centre for airline and MRO infrastructure, and with all booths in the exhibition hall quickly sold-out to more than 40 leading software and hardware vendors, this conference is without doubt our most important ever.  The event will offer unprecedented opportunities for airlines and MROs to meet vendors, discuss their own challenges and priorities, and see demos of the latest and leading software solutions. Airlines and MROs who have already taken the first steps to post-Covid recovery and digitization with new and modern IT solutions will be sharing their experiences in the conference agenda, plus there will be the established line-up of industry experts, vendor showcases, workshops, and more to help you unravel and understand this brave new post-Covid world and the opportunities available to airlines and MROs that embrace an IT driven future.

We are also proud to announce that by working with specialist partners, this conference will officially be our first carbon neutral event. We are excited to welcome you all back in person, and urge you to register to attend this event. We look forward to seeing you in London in June.

Ed Haskey | Events Director | Aircraft Commerce

Event Highlights

flight operations icon Conference Agenda Highlights:

The agenda includes keynote presentations, case studies, interactive workshops, and IT Vendor Showcases all delivered by airlines, aircraft operators, OEMs, MROs, Consultants, Regulators and IT Vendors to provide delegates with varied and interesting insights into the key topics in the vital IT sector.  Key subjects include: Digitization; Covid-19 Recovery; Sustainability; Latest Technology; Data Analytics; Data and System Integration; Technology to manage eVTOL & Drones; and more.

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From 45+ leading MRO / M&E & Flight Operations IT Software and Hardware Vendors in the sold out exhibit hall.

flight operations icon Pre-Conference Making Optimal use of M&E / MRO Software Masterclass Workshop:

Making optimal use of existing software applications starts with qualitatively and quantitatively analysing business functions usage and adoption against technology capabilities. This workshop looks into ways of keeping both business processes and software releases optimal and in sync.

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PRE-CONFERENCE MAKING OPTIMAL USE OF M&E / MRO SOFTWARE MASTERCLASS WORKSHOP

Join us on Tuesday the 7th June, at 14:00 to 17:00 for our Pre-Conference Training Workshop: Making Optimal use of M&E / MRO Software Masterclass Workshop

Making optimal use of existing software applications starts with qualitatively and quantitatively analysing business functions usage and adoption against technology capabilities. Defining
opportunities from that analysis and setting a strategy for improvements should then follow.  Additionally, embedding a culture of continuous improvement and standardizing the (non-technical) handling of software releases to stay current is a common challenge to be addressed.

This workshop looks into ways of keeping both business processes and software releases optimal and in sync and will cover key issues such as: Are your available M&E systems being used efficiently and to their full potential; what is the integrity of your data – is there one source of truth for data?; How well are you keeping up with system releases and emerging industry trends? and more.

This Workshop session is Free of Charge to all delegates.  There are 60 seats available on this workshop, so for a full workshop agenda and to register your attendance: CLICK HERE

CONFERENCE OVERVIEW

The Airline & Aerospace MRO & Operations IT Conference is the world’s only event to address the key issues relating to the development of IT and it’s key use for aircraft maintenance and flight operations.

It provides a one-stop solutions for airlines, aircraft operators and Independent MROs, in just 2 days to discover more about how new technology can streamline and increase their operating
efficiency as well as reduce costs dramatically. The conference provides 3 great opportunities:

  • Software Demos: A large exhibition area allows airlines, aircraft operators and MROs the opportunity to try out and demo the major software and hardware systems from the world’s leading vendors. The solutions you will be able to demo include:
    MRO/M&E: Fully integrated MRO / M&E systems, ERP Integrated Software, Paperless Systems, Supply Chain Management Solutions, Digital Documentation Management Solutions, Paperless Manuals, Documentation Scanning Solutions, Mobile solutions for the Hangar, Digitization; Data Analytics; more…
    Flight Operations: Digital and Paperless Solutions for the Flight Deck, EFB, ETL, Flight Planning Systems, Fuel Management / Efficiency, Aircraft Connectivity, Crew & Scheduling Solutions, Load Management, etc.Click here for a full list of exhibiting IT vendors and to learn about the software you will be able to demo at the conference. 55+ Software and hardware vendors are exhibiting their Solutions in 2020!
  • Agenda of Presentations: A 2 day agenda of presentations, given by industry experts and the IT users themselves, will discuss the latest key issues and trends in this vital sector of the industry. Case studies, vendor showcases and interactive workshops are included to ensure that delegates receive key, varied and fresh information.
  • Networking: 500+ key executives from airlines, operators, MROs, OEMs, IT Vendors, Regulators and Consultants from across the EMEA zone and beyond will be in attendance allowing for exceptional networking and the exchange of ideas.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

The conference is a must-attend event for airlines, aircraft operators and MRO providers who are seeking to:

  • Understand the post-Covid IT landscape and the possibilities available to airlines, operators and MROs
  • Install new MRO / M&E or Flight Operations IT Systems
  • Learn how to integrate different systems and share data
  • Replace an existing IT system with a new one
  • Network with and learn from fellow MROs, airlines & aircraft operators about the common problems and how to overcome them.
  • Learn about the latest upgrades available from the world’s major vendors and how best to incorporate them into your current system.
  • Simply a fact finding mission to learn about the whole process.

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Register & Attend

There are various special offers and early booking discounts which make this event extremely cost effective to attend. Airline / Aircraft Operators & MROs can benefit from our special VIP delegate scheme.

Click on the registration buttons below to find out more.

Why Exhibit?

The exhibition space for this event has Sold Out!  Please contact [email protected] to be added to the waiting list should an exhibition booth become available.  We have limited exhibition space available for our MRO & Flight Ops IT Conferences in Miami (Americas market in September) and in Bangkok (APAC market in October), and at the Flight Operations Conference (London, November).

Click here to download the 2022 Aircraft Commerce Events Brochure, or contact [email protected] for more information and to book your booth.

The Aircraft Commerce conferences provide an unmatched opportunity for MRO / M&E IT & Flight Operations IT vendors to exhibit their solutions; meet with and demo solutions to airline, operators and independent maintenance provider delegates in attendance responsible for buying, specifying and using IT solutions at their companies.

The two day agenda of presentations, workshops and vendor showcases allows delegates to gather information and get an overview of exhibiting vendors in one focused event giving them a great insight to available solutions for any ongoing or planned IT projects.

Testimonials

“Was a very good chance to look into new apps. We had great meetings with several provider where we are looking to deal with them soon”
Crew Operations Supervisor, Etihad

“Good event for information sharing of experience and knowledge. Latest product updates and meeting other operators”
Head, Flight Operations, Navigation Documentation, Malaysia Airlines

“It’s very productive with all vendors at a single event”
Manager OCC Engineering Ops, Singapore Airlines

“Well organised, particularly the hospitality that merged into the exhibition area really well making it easy to network with colleagues”
Innovation Lead, KLM UK Engineering Ltd

“A very useful conference with plenty of interest. It was interesting to see how many companies were developing their own systems rather than using COTS products”
IS/T Development Lead, AirTanker

“Great event, well organised and beneficial for finding new business contacts”
Planning Engineer, airBaltic

“Very good, with varied topics and speakers from different backgrounds”
Aviation IT Programme Manager, TUI Group

“Informative, well organised and sufficient time allocated to network, visit stands and pose questions”
Senior Business Architect Flight Operations, International Airlines Group

“It is rich with needed information about the available market in IT systems. It is definitively helpful & a good event”
VP Engineering & Airworthiness Management, Tunisair Express

“Real world experiences by operators implementing the technology”
Director of Technical Services, Lynden Air Cargo

“This conference always provides the latest in new technologies for the airline industry. Look forward to this conference every year”
Industrial Engineering Manager, UPS

“Very impressed with the event as it was my first one. Would highly recommend it to colleagues and will be looking to attend again next time”
Technology Exploitation Manager, British Airways

“Excellent! Very useful information and case studies to help with our big transformations. Included issues very relevant to our job.”
Flight Operations Engineering Specialist, Emirates

“Very well organised, happy to meet some future suppliers.”
EFB Administrator, CSA Czech Airlines

“A one-stop-center for airlines and IT software vendors for MRO & EFB technologies”
Manager Business Solution Group, Malaysia Airlines

Conference agenda

The agenda includes keynote presentations, case studies, interactive workshops, and IT Vendor Showcases; all delivered by airlines, aircraft operators, OEMs, MROs, Consultants,
Regulators and IT Vendors to provide delegates with varied and interesting insights into the key topics in this constantly evolving aviation sector.

Speakers include: Etihad Airways, ASL Group, Sabena Technics, Finnair, SmartLynx, Aer Lingus, ICF, Cranfield University, Closed Loop Consulting, Eurocontrol, Sunclass Airlines, SunExpress, Volotea, more.

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PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP: Tuesday, 7th June 2022

The pre-conference workshop is free to attend, although you are required to register to attend this session.  We only have 60 seats available for this Workshop.
Click here to register for the free workshop.

14:00-17:30
Pre-conference Making Optimal use of M&E / MRO Software Masterclass Workshop.

Includes Refreshment Break: 15:30 – 16:00

Workshop Overview:

(Workshop / Showcase room)

IT industry leaders worldwide have all given testimony and credence to the reality that the rate of IT adoption over the past 2 years has been 4x-6x that which was experienced pre-COVID-19.  The rate of technology innovation and advancements with MRO software has far outpaced adoption by MRO business units.

So where is your organization on that maturity cycle? Have you accelerated adoption at least 4x- or are you still behind? Making optimal use of existing software applications starts with qualitatively and quantitatively analyzing business functions usage and adoption versus your available technology capabilities.

Defining opportunities from that analysis and setting a strategy for improvements should then follow.  Additionally, embedding a culture of continuous improvement and standardizing the handling of software releases to stay current is a common challenge to be addressed.

This workshop will focus on how to optimize the use of your existing M&E / MRO IT systems and covers the following key issues:

  • How well are your current M&E / MRO business functions and processes enabled with available technology? Are available systems used efficiently and to their full potential for the business?
  • Does the Maintenance organization have the right decision support information in a comprehensive and timely fashion?
  • What is the integrity of the data? Do all stakeholders trust it, or do they have their own methods of capture? Is there one source of truth?
  • How well are you keeping up with system releases and emerging industry trends? Are you on the latest versions? How do you stay abreast of any advancements in business processes and corresponding software impacts?

Workshop Hosted by: Allan Bachan, VP, ICF and supported by his MRO consulting team and Aircraft Commerce associates

Click here to register and book your seat for this free workshop session

Day One: Wednesday, 8th June 2022

 

08:00 – 08:55 REGISTRATION, BREAKFAST AND REFRESHMENTS – SOFTWARE DEMONSTRATIONS (Exhibition Hall)

08:55 – 09:00
Opening Remarks: Conference Chairman

MRO / M&E IT Track
(Main Conference Room)

09:00 – 09:30
Aircraft Maintenance IT Modernization- if not now, when? And how?

IT industry leaders worldwide have stated that the rate of IT adoption over the past 2 years has been as high as 5 times higher when compared to pre-COVID-19 rates. Projects slated as far as 2026 were accelerated and some are now completed. In many respects, these were necessary for business continuity. The rate of technology advancements with Aviation MRO software has always far outpaced adoption by MRO businesses : at least 7 of the top 10 MROs globally are on legacy or home built applications which are at least 3 versions behind. Similarly, many large airlines (>150 aircraft) still continue to run M&E software solutions which are static, > 4 versions behind and /or contain remnants of legacy software which are very much alive with no planned retirement dates.

We have also seen international phenomena tagged as ‘The Supply Chain Crisis’ and ‘The Great Resignation’ emerging in 2021 and continuing well into 2022. What strategy should airlines, operators and MROS adopt for MRO IT modernization which addresses these situations? The rise of several strategies including digital twins, low-code/no-code approaches, cloud architectures, citizen developers etc. have expanded the several avenues for modernization. This Keynote will explore this modernization topic in some detail.

Allan Bachan, VP, ICF

09:30-10:00
Case Study: Digital Transformation at Etihad Airways Technical – Integrating Real-Time Flight Deck and Maintenance Data with an ETL/ELB

At Etihad Airways, the Covid-19 pandemic has accelerated the airline’s digital transformation agenda, with the need to automate, digitize and integrate becoming a necessity. The vision of Etihad’s digital transformation is to allow the airline to adopt a more agile mindset and future proof the organization while enabling Etihad to drive shareholder value and delivering its renowned high customer service. At the heart of our digitization strategy is fleet wide implementation of an Electronic Technical Logbook (ETL/ELB). The ETL is a complete digital replacement for the aircraft journey, defect, and technical paper logbooks, which not only significantly improves turn-around efficiency, but also provides a key piece in the digital transformation puzzle – integrating real-time flight deck data and reports with the maintenance management systems, providing Etihad with a real-time airworthiness snapshot of the fleet.

Eric Bogner, Manager Strategic Partnership and Performance, Etihad Airways

10:00-10:30
Case Study: Sabena Technics – Realizing the gains from digital and paperless maintenance processes

In 2018, Sabena Technics launched a digitization program specifically in Major Airframe activities. With the first A330 full digital and paperless C-Check performed successfully. In this presentation Sabena Technics outline how the project has progressed, including implementing a full suite of eMobility Apps and paperless maintenance management software to support the digital processes. You will hear the business benefits realized four years after launching the project, including: value creations, obstacles encountered and overcome, successes and practical experiences; as well as a look at the digital tools and Apps themselves, and how engineers interact with them during the maintenance process.

Francois Dore, VP Innovation and IT, Sabena Technics

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(Workshop / Showcase Room)

09:00-09:45
Vendor Showcase: Sustainable Aviation Solutions

Your chance to quickly find out about the industry leading solutions designed to assist airlines with achieving their sustainability goals:  including Fuel Efficiency / Management Solutions, Flightdeck Optimizer Apps, more. Each Vendor will provide a brief 7-minute showcase of their solutions including: product overview, new customers, latest developments, 2022 outlook.

Vendors presenting include:

  1. Boeing
  2. StorkJet
  3. AVTECH
  4. SITA FOR AIRCRAFT
  5. Honeywell
  6. OpenAirlines

09:45-10:30
Vendor Showcase: Digital Flight Operations Manuals and Content Solutions

Your chance to quickly find out about the industry leading solutions designed to assist airlines with digitizing manuals and content for delivery to the  flight deck and other key frontline staff.  Including end-to-end systems to create, edit, and revise and manuals and content; EFB / flight deck Apps; smart and dynamic content, and more. Each Vendor will provide a brief 7 minute showcase of their solutions including: product overview, new customers, latest developments, 2022 outlook.

Vendors presenting include:

  1. Orlando for TechPubs
  2. Comply365
  3. Flatirons Solutions
  4. Yonder
  5. Vistair

10:30-11:15 REFRESHMENT BREAK – SOFTWARE DEMONSTRATIONS (Exhibition Hall)

MRO / M&E IT Track
(Main Conference Room)

11:15-11:45
Case Study: Finnair Enhances Aviation Safety with Implementation of a Digital Tool Management Solution

In this case study presentation, Finnair highlight how a new digital tool management solution (MROTools from QOCO), developed using the latest barcode, RFID, Web and App technology has helped the airline to achieve more visibility and better control of tools, while making it easier for engineers / mechanics to access the tools they need, when they need them, using their mobile devices.

You will hear about the development process and implementation challenges. Now that the solution is successfully live, some real-world experiences and milestones are outlined, such as how a mechanic using the mobile app can: hand over a tool to a colleague without visiting the tool store, pre-book tools for collection, report tool defects including pictures, and more.   You will also hear about future plans.

Atte Luomala, Production Development Engineer, Finnair

11:45-12:15

Case Study – SmartLynx: Electronic Technical Logbook (ETL/ELB) Operating Performance over 4 years and Smart Data Integrations / Analytics

SmartLynx were early adopters of a modern Electronic Technical Logbook (ETL/ELB) solution, having implemented and been operational with it for several years. In this presentation, the airline outlines its experience of implementing and using the ETL/ELB highlighting the operational benefits. Additionally, with a mature ETL program, SmartLynx have been able to take full advantage of the technology around the data collected and integrate it with an analytics platform to generate some smart data analytics, to further increase the airline’s efficiency. You will hear about this project during the presentation.

Yuliya Kornyeva, CAMO Manager, SmartLynx Airlines

12:15-12:45
Case Study: The importance of managing aircraft data as part of the digital transformation journey at Etihad Airways

Etihad airways has embarked on a widespread digital transformation journey of its technical operations. Eliminating legacy systems, implementing new technology and harmonizing systems in use within its entire technical operations. Key enabler in achieving desired outcomes from all the digital transformation initiatives is the underlying aircraft data that needs to power new systems implemented. During this keynote, Etihad & EXSYN will discuss the overall strategic importance of Etihad’s digital transformation, the importance of aircraft data during digital transformation projects, how to establish technology and governance to manage this as well as common pitfalls to avoid.

Gavin Gronert, Project Manager, Etihad Airways
Sander de Bree, Chief Visionary, EXSYN

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(Workshop / Showcase Room)

11:15-12:45
Vendor Showcase: EFB and Flight Operations Solutions – Part 1

Your chance to quickly find out about the industry leading Flight Ops Solutions, such as Flight Planning, Flight Ops Management, Communications, Connectivity, and more; and EFB Software, Hardware and Apps. Each Vendor will provide a brief 7-minute showcase of their solutions including: product overview, new customers, latest developments, 2022 outlook.

Vendors presenting include:

  1. Flygprestanda
  2. Evionica
  3. Boeing
  4. Collins
  5. AvioBook
  6. Air Support
  7. DextraData
  8. Avionics Support Group (ASG)
  9. Smart4Aviation
  10. Scandinavian Avionics

12:45-14:00 LUNCH BREAK – SOFTWARE DEMONSTRATIONS (Exhibition Hall). Sponsored by:    Visit us on Stand E1

MRO / M&E IT Track
(Main Conference Room)

14:00-14:30
Case Study: Aer Lingus – Improving Aviation Productivity with AI and Automation: The Safety Case.

This presentation will look at a case study on how Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Robotic Process Automation (RPA) are being used to improve productivity and speed of processing within a safety team. Time Consulting Group (TCG) specialise in improving productivity and processes through traditional Lean Management techniques and, increasingly, through the application of AI and RPA. TCG have partnered with Aer Lingus to demonstrate how effectively AI and RPA can automatically process low risk safety reports freeing up the safety investigators and safety administrators to work on higher value tasks.

Richard O’Mara, Partner, Time Consulting Group
Paul Watkins, Safety Manager, Aer Lingus UK (will join Rich for Q&A)

14:30-15:00
Case Study: ASL Aviation Group – Managing aircraft data of a multi-AOC operator in a single MRO&M&E software system

The ASL Aviation group is a multi-AOC cargo operator with CAMO’s spread-out across Ireland, Belgium, France, Thailand and South Africa. Within the group one of the common operated aircraft types include both the 737-classic as well as the 737NG’s. Across the CAMO’s several different MRO software systems are used to manage airworthiness and maintenance of the fleet. In 2016 the ASL group embarked on an initiative to establish centralized CAMO activities and implement a single MRO software system (AMOS) to manage the entire global fleet. Simultaneously the company decided to aggressively expand their fleet with B737NG Passenger-to-Freighter conversions as well as be a launching customer for the new ATR72-600F. During the key-note ASL and EXSYN will talk about the overall initiative of establishing a centralized CAMO supported by a single MRO software system, as well as the challenges and solutions in harmonizing fleet data and simultaneously phasing-in new aircraft into the fleet.

Shane Murphy, ACC Specialist, ASL Airlines
Rob Vermeij, Head of Operations, EXSYN

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(Workshop / Showcase Room)

14:00-14:30
Vendor Showcase: EFB and Flight Operations Solutions – Part 2

Your chance to quickly find out about the industry leading Flight Ops Solutions, such as Flight Planning, Flight Ops Management, Communications, Connectivity, and more; and EFB Software, Hardware and Apps. Each Vendor will provide a brief 7-minute showcase of their solutions including: product overview, new customers, latest developments, 2022 outlook.

Vendors presenting include:

11. Lufthansa Systems
12. SITA FOR AIRCRAFT
13. NAVBLUE
14. TAILLOG
15. Blue One
16. Boeing

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(Workshop / Showcase Room)

 

14:30 – 15:00
Vendor Showcase: Electronic Technical Logbook (ETL/ELB)

Your chance to quickly find out about the industry leading Electronic Technical Logbook (ETL/ELB) Solutions, including flight deck Apps, M&E System integration, accompanying Apps for Cabin Crew, etc, and more. Each Vendor will provide a brief 7-minute showcase of their solutions including: product overview, new customers, latest developments, 2022 outlook.

  1. Boeing
  2. Conduce
  3. EmpowerMX
  4. Ultramain Systems
  5. Trax
  6. TrustFlight

15:00-16:00 REFRESHMENT BREAK – SOFTWARE DEMONSTRATIONS (Exhibition Hall)

MRO / M&E IT Track
(Main Conference Room)

16:00-16:30
Case Study: Air Europa – Digital Transformation Project for Paperless Maintenance with a Suite of Mobile Apps during the Pandemic

In 2019 Air Europa decided to embark on a Maintenance Digital Transformation Plan, with innovation and continuous improvement at the project’s heart. One key element for the plan was to change legacy maintenance system and deploy an updated and industry-aligned tool that allow the airline to digitalize, improve internal processes and eliminate all paper. In this presentation Air Europa outline the tool selection process and the enormous challenges of implementing the suite of software and Mobile Apps during the world’s worst pandemic. Successful go-live for the core maintenance system (eMRO from Trax) and the suite of mobile Apps (eMobility from Trax) for mechanics was on July 13th 2021. Now that the system is live the benefits Air Europa are seeing are outlined along with plans to digitize the ‘last mile’ through implementing an eTLP (ELB/ETL) in 2022.

Francisco de Borja Mas Boned, Innovation Manager,  Air Europa Líneas Aéreas                                               Juan Miguel Sánchez García, B737 Captain, Air Europa Líneas Aéreas

16:30-17:00
Planning for a digital and sustainable future in Aircraft Maintenance

Over the last 20 years there has been a revolution in the use of digital technology in aircraft design, manufacturing, operation, and sustainment. The aspect commonly called ‘digital aviation’, the use of data and software to increase operational performance, is an often-overlooked lever for delivering on sustainability goals within aircraft maintenance. In this presentation Cranfield University showcase examples from their new Integrated Vehicle Health Management (IVHM) Centre to explore other lesser-known examples in the maintenance and engineering domain, and they look ahead to future digital and sustainable trends, including the concept to deliver a so-called ‘Conscious Aircraft’ with the potential for a zero-maintenance platform utilizing aircraft sensors and real-time data, leading to lower emissions from lower fuel consumption, lower energy usage and reduced materials usage/wastage in the maintenance process.

John Maggiore, Senior Advisor, Cranfield University
James Angus, Commercial Director of the Integrated Vehicle Health Management (IVHM), Cranfield University

17:00-17:30
eVTOL / Drones / UAV: The next great disrupter in Aviation

In this presentation ICF provide an overview of the current eVTOL / Drone / UAV market and outline how this new technology will be integrated into the current commercial airline environment. The presentation focuses on the technology used to manage operations – will these new aircraft use the same or similar systems for maintenance and flight operations? eVTOL maintenance cash flows and operating costs will also be analysed.

Martin Harrison, Global Managing Director – Airlines, Aerospace & MRO, ICF

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(Workshop / Showcase Room)

16:00-17:00
Workshop Session: Aviation Industry 2030 – The shape of the industry in 2030 and what airlines and the industry can do now to gain maximum benefit

How will the aviation industry look in 2030? The drive for digitization, the environmental crisis and the push to a carbon neutral goal, the rise of drones and eVTOLs, and more, all present major challenges and opportunities for airlines.

This workshop session will focus on the interrelated nature of these and other issues in the context of Industry 2030. What are the industry’s opportunities that need to be exploited now and to be in airlines’ strategic and program horizons today—not tomorrow. Will we look back on 2022 and say “if only”, or will we talk about how opportune this conference was for the industry?

Join Michael Bryan from Closed Loop Consulting in this workshop to discuss these issues and how a, comprehensive industry transformation program can positively address these issues and ensure that Industry 2030 delivers for everybody. The discussions will form a precursor to Industry 2030-a tabletop hypothetical on day two.

The workshop will begin with a look at historical and current industry challenges and the opportunities airlines have had in the past for change (Covid-19, SARS, Environment, System delays, etc.), the times when the industry used the same rhetoric: “we’ll use this time to plan, become more efficient and resilient, ready for the next ‘black swan’ event… things will be different next time… But how did that go? What changed?

If we look back on these times with the benefit of hindsight, we’d have to say, not great, and not much. Nothing changed except the industry added overheads to overheads making it harder and harder to make the cost of capital and a profit after that. This workshop looks to the future where finally the prospect for change is real and happening!

Michael Bryan, Founding Principal, Closed Loop Consulting

17:30-19:30 COCKTAIL RECEPTION – SOFTWARE DEMONSTRATIONS (Exhibition Hall)Sponsored by: Visit us on Stand E42

Day Two: Thursday, 9th June 2022

08:00 – 08:55 REGISTRATION, BREAKFAST AND REFRESHMENTS – SOFTWARE DEMONSTRATIONS (Exhibition Hall)

08:55 – 09:00
Opening Remarks: Conference Chairman

flight operations icon whiteFlight Operations IT Track
(Main Conference Room)

09:00-09:30
Keynote: EUROCONTROL – TBO and FF-ICE; Collaborative ATM and Higher Airspace.

The (TBO) Trajectory Based Operations Concept is a transformational concept that will enable collaborative decision making between all actors involved in the planning and execution of a flight. The information is shared and maintained using (FF-ICE) Flight and Flow Information for a Collaborative Environment over a SWIM (System Wide Information Management) infrastructure. This presentation will provide an overview and explain what TBO is and how is can work in practice; also for the Higher Airspace Operations.

Henk Hof, Head of ICAO and Concepts Unit, Eurocontrol

09:30-10:00
Aviation Industry 2030 – The shape of the industry in 2030 and what airlines and the industry can do now to gain maximum benefit: Panel Discussion and Interactive hypothetical

Following the Industry 2030 discussions from day one, this morning’s keynote will include a panel discussion and an interactive ‘hypothetical’ projection illustrating what the future could look like. What will airlines need to consider to be active participants in a dynamic, multi-dimensional and multi-modal global transport system? What would be the role of suppliers? The foundation of our industry is undergoing tectonic shifts. Be ready.

Join Captain Martin Mitev, Michael and Marcus from Closed Loop and others to get a hands-on sense of what the future means to you. Come prepared by signing up for the day one Industry 2030 workshop/discussion.

Michael Bryan, Founding Principal, Closed Loop Consulting
Marcus Carr, Director of Projects, Closed Loop Consulting
Capt. Martin Mitev

10:00-10:30
Case Study: Sunclass Airlines – Digital OCC Solution Project: Implementation, Covid Challenges, Benefits

In this case study Sunclass Airlines outline the airline’s project to select and implement a new Digital OCC solution: N-OC from NAVBLUE. The presentation showcases the project challenges such as starting the airline from an existing legacy business, selecting and implementing a new core critical software solution, and coping with a global pandemic. Now the solution is live, the flexibility and ability of the integrated operations IT platform start to show its potential for cross application process automation and rapid adaption to changing operational challenges. But where process automation for obvious reasons is the way forward, it also brings a new set of challenges to be addressed. Examples of current and future automations is discussed together with the challenges they bring.

Lene Nielsen, Business Analyst Nordic Leisure Travel Group IT at Sunclass Airlines
Peter Friis Højgaard, Head of Flight Operations, Sunclass Airlines

MRO / M&E IT Track
(Workshop / Showcase Room)

09:00-09:30
Vendor Showcase: MRO / M&E IT Vendor Showcase – Part 1

Your chance to quickly find out about the industry leading Aviation Maintenance IT Solutions, such as major end-to-end aircraft maintenance management systems, digital technical records, digital technical documentation, data analytics, niche mobile apps and solutions, and more. Each Vendor will provide a brief 7-minute showcase of their solutions including: product overview, new customers, latest developments, 2022 outlook.

Vendors presenting include:

  1. KeepFlying
  2. Beacon Industrial Maintenance Software
  3. Rusada
  4. QOCO
  5. Aerosoft Systems
  6. Seabury Solutions
  7. IFS
  8. TRAX
  9. EXSYN
  10. Aerostrat
  11. Gamit
  12. Airbus

10:30-11:15 REFRESHMENT BREAK – SOFTWARE DEMONSTRATIONS (Exhibition Hall)

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11:15-11:45
Case Study: SunExpress – Taking Digital Flight Ops Manuals to the Next Level

During this case study, SunExpress will outline how the airline has transitioned to a more efficient, end-to-end, and streamlined process to create and deliver digital smart content and manuals to its pilots and cabin crews. As you will see, attribute-based group distribution allows pilots and cabin crews to access their role- or task-specific content using Comply365’s Mobile App, which automates compliance tracking for the 3,500 users at SunExpress. It also equips frontline employees with electronic forms to send data to the operations staff, to enable data-driven decisions. The case study will explain how their team, already experienced in XML, was able to quickly migrate 700 manuals into Comply365’s ProAuthor solution in 15 days to manage the end-to-end authoring and distribution process. The project drivers, implementation approach and operational benefits will also be discussed.

Orçun Yüksel, Documentation Senior Specialist, SunExpress

11:45-12:15
Case Study: Volotea – Leveraging a Flight Cruise Profile Optimizer Solution for Eco-Efficiency Flying

This case study outlines Volotea’s use of the new ClearPath Cruise Profile Optimizer Solution from AVTECH which provides pilots with vertical flight path optimization in-flight, resulting in significant fuel and time savings per flight. The solution has been developed to utilize existing aircraft hardware and data communications, requiring no new aircraft hardware or software investments, and delivers the key profile data to Volotea’s pilots in the flight deck.

During the presentation Volotea will outline the solution’s key features and benefits and explain how ClearPath retrieves real-time flight plan and aircraft performance data (cost index, weight, etc), and the most accurate and advanced wind and temperature data to provide pilots with real-time in-flight decision support to select the most optimal flight level in all stages of flight to save fuel, CO2 emissions, time and costs.

Luis Fernandez, Fuel Efficiency Manager, Volotea

12:15-12:45
Case Study: British Airways – Our most important journey yet: Working with Honeywell Forge Flight Efficiency to become Net-Zero by 2050

In this Case Study, British Airways outlines its plans to achieve Net-Zero carbon emissions by 2050. At the heart of the project is increasing flight efficiency and reducing fuel consumption for each flight, and Honeywell Forge Flight Efficiency is helping drive these initiatives. British Airways leverages the platform’s big data technology and smart analytics to track, execute and validate all aspects of their flight efficiency program, especially fuel efficiency performance. Honeywell Forge also supports broader operational efficiency and regulatory reporting projects companywide, and it engages pilots with flight deck apps for real-time in-flight analysis and fuel savings.

Capt. Spencer Norton, Manager Flight Efficiency & Evaluation, British Airways

MRO / M&E IT Track
(Workshop / Showcase Room)

11:15-11:45
Vendor Showcase: MRO / M&E IT Vendor Showcase – Part 2

Your chance to quickly find out about the industry leading Aviation Maintenance IT Solutions, such as major end-to-end aircraft maintenance management systems, digital technical records, digital technical documentation, data analytics, niche mobile apps and solutions, and more. Each Vendor will provide a brief 7-minute showcase of their solutions including: product overview, new customers, latest developments, 2022 outlook.

Vendors presenting include:

13. Swiss-AS
14. EmpowerMX
15. Flatirons Solutions
16. M3 Solutions
17. Ramco
18. Ultramain
19. Comply365
20. Boeing

12:45-14:00 LUNCH BREAK – SOFTWARE DEMONSTRATIONS (Exhibition Hall).  Sponsored by:   Visit us on Stand E1

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Flight Operations IT Track
(Main Conference Room)

14:00-14:30
Case Study: Wizz Air – Using an Innovative Artificial Intelligence (AI) powered Fuel Efficiency Solution

Wizz Air, whose motto is “Fly the greenest” is not only one of the fastest-growing airlines in Europe but also one of the most ecological. To increase fuel savings, in early 2022 WizzAir adopted an innovative fuel efficiency solutions from StorkJet. This case study will focus on the advanced fuel efficiency gap analysis made by StorkJet, which was done with the innovative AI fuel burn prediction models. These models are applied for such areas like flight planning, APU, taxi, take-off, climb, cruise, descent, approach, and landing. By simulating all feasible what-if-scenarios StorkJet was able to identify totally new, so far unknown optimization areas.

Next, Wizz Air will showcase FuelPro (Fuel Dashboard from StorkJet) which supports in implementing new initiatives, promoting best practices and monitoring already achieved savings. To engage pilots Wizz Air is introducing an EFB app – FlyGuide, which helps pilots plan the flight in an optimum way and shares intuitive feedback after the flight.

Jaime Romero Waldhorn, Fuel Efficiency Manager, Wizz Air

14:30-15:00
EFB Latest Developments, and What’s Next?

The Electronic Flight Bag (EFB), was at the forefront of digital transformation within aviation. Now that EFB is an established technology and used by the majority of airlines, how are EFBs evolving within the next wave of digital transformation projects? What are the latest developments? How does the EFB fit into the overall IT landscape of an airline – stand-alone or now part of a wider technology platform? What’s next for EFB, and will the technology be used within the next great industry disrupter: eVTOLs / Drones?

In this presentation, all these questions will be addressed, including looking at integrating the EFB with other systems, such as automatic fetching of QAR data and sending to the back-office system and/or service providers like L3 Harris /Flight Data Systems. As most EFBs now are connected both on ground and in air, the vital aspect of Cyber Security within the EFB environment will also be discussed.

Klaus Olsen, EFB Admin Services
Fredrik Uddergard, Frontline Industry Sales Lead EMEA, Microsoft

15:00-15:30
Airline Case Study: Aerologic – Predictive Analytics and Real-Time Weather App Drive Efficiencies and Fuel Savings

In this case study, Aerologic outlines its use of two solutions from SITA FOR AIRCRAFT. Firstly, OptiFlight that allows pilots to achieve significant fuel savings and reduce carbon emissions for each single flight. As you will see, OptiFlight leverages historical flight data prior to each flight and combines tail specific performance models (built using Machine learning) and 4D weather forecasts to predict fuel burn for each flight phase, before sending the best recommendations for that specific flight to the pilots. Secondly Aerologic outline its use of eWAS Pilot, visualizing for pilots real-time weather data to the flight-deck, and eWAS Dispatch, empowering dispatchers to track, anticipate and communicate with ease. You will learn how both solutions have assisted the airline with its plans to optimize efficiency and reduce fuel and emissions.

Frank Appeltrath, Head of Flight OPS & Support, AeroLogic GmbH
Vincent Toegel, Fleet Chief B777, AeroLogic GmbH

15:30-16:00 REFRESHMENT BREAK – SOFTWARE DEMONSTRATIONS (Exhibition Hall)

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Business cards will be collected at the beginning of this session. The prize draw will be made at the end of the second presentation.
You have to be in the room to win the iPad – Good luck!

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Flight Operations IT Track
(Main Conference Room)

16:00-16:30
Sustainability: CORSIA, UK-ETS, EU-ETS Emissions Reposting and Biofuels updates

In this presentation, Guido Harling provides an update to the EU-ETS, UK-ETS and CORSIA 2021 emissions reporting – airlines reporting to Europe are required to have submitted their report by the end of March 2022, with airlines outside the EU by the end of April 2022.

This presentation focuses on what airlines need to do to remain compliant regarding emissions reporting and how to compile reports easily and efficiently using the latest technology.  You will also learn what’s next for emissions reporting, and a quick round-up of biofuels, plus the road to a carbon neutral industry.

Guido Harling, CEO & Founder, ETSverification GmbH

16:30-17:00
Fuel Efficiency Myth Busters – Using what-if-scenarios with data-driven AI models

How to find real saving opportunities and on what areas should I focus? This simple question is being asked by everyone in the flight ops across the aviation market. However, these days, with available software on the market a solution is not so easy to find. Because of that, there are popular beliefs which are far from true. During the presentation StorkJet will take a closer look at two exemplary initiatives:

1. Is Single Engine Taxi as beneficial as everyone says?
2. Is optimization of descent not possible because of ATC restrictions? Or maybe it is the area with the highest saving potential?

All these questions can be answered by simulating what-if-scenarios with data-driven AI models. As a result, fuel managers can focus on the most beneficial areas and do not waste time on actions that do not bring results.

Emil Kaptur, PhD, Head of Research and Development, StorkJet

Exhibitors

Conference Sponsors

E1

Performance Engineering since 1969

Flygprestanda is a leading supplier of aircraft performance solutions and has been since it was founded in 1969. The main product is the EFB-solution Guru2 that includes aircraft performance calculations, mass & balance and a world wide airport obstacle database covering more than 10 000 airports. The Guru2 app can be integrated with your EFB platform or flight planning system of choice and runs on iOS or Windows.

Flygprestanda also supplies regular Airport Analysis in RPM or PDF-form for download online, Drift down calculations, Load & trim sheets and NOTAM watch. The company is ISO 9001 certified and fully compliant with EASA/FAA-regulations.

For further information please email [email protected] or call +46 40 642 00 10

Guru 2 – EFB Solution

For more info visit their website >
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Evionica delivers intelligent solutions for Passenger Airline, Cargo Airline and Ground Handling to improve flight operations.


Our team of aviation experts provides Weight & Balance solutions, including Digital LI/R, as well as a range of distance learning courses to enhance the training process.

For over 11 years Evionica provides its services worldwide, for clients such as Wizz Air, Western Global Airlines, Lufthansa Aviation Training, LOT Polish Airlines, just to name a few.
At Evionica’s booth number E2, our team will be happy to demonstrate products, which reduce cost, improve safety and on-time performance, in order to optimize your operations.

For more information visit our website: https://evionica.com/services/weight_and_balance.html

To schedule a meeting, please contact:

Jarosław Orenowicz

Sales Director

Tel: +48 666 117 116

Email: [email protected]

Web: www.evionica.com

 Evionica | Let’s improve aviation together!

For more info visit their website >
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Orlando© Suite for Technical Publications

Orlando Suite for TechPubs is a software solution to store, edit, publish, distribute and consult Maintenance and Flight Ops technical publications.

Orlando supports the main aeronautics documentation standards (ATA Spec 2300, ATA iSpec 2200, S1000D) as well as manufacturers specific data models (Airbus, Boeing, ATR, …) and airlines in-house manuals.

The suite, composed of 7 modules designed by TechPubs functional experts, provides an efficient and business-oriented documentation management workflow.

      

 

Orlando relies on Big Data technology that improves the user experience by offering super-fast browsing and searching features.

The suite is a full-web service available either as a cloud-based SaaS solution or on-premise. The document viewer is also available for mobile devices (iOS, Android and Windows) and supports both online and offline consultation.

Orlando customers benefit from premium support delivered by a dedicated expert team who knows the aeronautics business and speaks the end-users’ language. This team is committed to assisting Orlando customers at every stage of the documentation management workflow.

For more information please contact:
Alban Biard,
Sales Manager
[email protected]
Phone : +33 (0)5 34 36 29 71
Mobile : +33 (0)6 74 82 03 72

Orlando© Suite, an Infotel solution

Orlando Suite for TechPubs is developed by Infotel, an IT Consultancy and Software Editing Company. Its Aeronautics, Security & Documentation branch located in Toulouse-Blagnac, France, has been delivering documentation solutions and services since 2004. Infotel is a member of the ATA e-Business Program and TechPubs is one of its main fields of expertise.

Serving aeronautics
since 1995

2000 experts

190M€ turnover

For more info visit their website >
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About EXSYN Aviation Solutions

EXSYN Aviation Solutions is a leading industry provider of aviation engineering and data solutions. EXSYN provides a suite of digital solutions to allow airlines to benefit from the capabilities of today’s digital technology. Located in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, the team comprises of aircraft engineers with deep IT skills. Allowing to combine industry expertise with technology knowledge.

EXSYN’s aircraft data management platform and its various solutions are deployed with more than 20 different airlines and MRO’s across 20 different countries globally. Overall, it has already integrated with more than 10 different MRO software’s and 29 different aircraft types. In its entirety well above 150TB of aircraft data has moved across the platform in one way or another. Combining EXSYN’s aircraft data management platform with any MRO software provides airlines and MRO’s the ability to not just record airworthiness and maintenance data but also drive value from their data thru business optimization, maintenance costs reductions and higher fleet availability.

About EXSYN’s Aircraft Data Management Platform

EXSYN’s Aircraft Data Management Platform focusses on the three main elements of aircraft data management: Data Migration, Data Integration & Data Analytics. Capabilities in the platform range from MRO system data migration capabilities for all commonly used aviation industry MRO software’s, building SPEC25000 compliant aircraft redelivery binders or transforming aircraft delivery binders to be automatically loaded into airline MRO software. The full range of analytics capabilities is provided by EXSYN’s market leading analytics solution, AVILYTICS, that caters for aircraft reliability management, maintenance costs optimization and prediction of upcoming aircraft component failures. Thru tools available for data integration, airlines and MRO’s can automate business processes that make use of – or generate the data available in their MRO systems.

For more info visit their website >
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Boeing brings innovative services and solutions to its commercial, business aviation, general aviation, and defense and space customers around the world. Boeing Global Services (BGS) is a team of aviation experts working together with customers to maximize performance and drive operational efficiency.

Boeing customers can access more than 13 million parts, and 24/7 technical expertise and support on a broad range of spare parts requirements.

BGS digital solutions enable opportunities for enhanced operational efficiency across the entire aircraft lifecycle for customers, operators, pilots and technicians.

An expansive MRO network powered by BGS teammates, suppliers and partners enables fleet support around the globe – ensuring operational readiness.

BGS is focused on delivering best-in-class solutions that support customers’ current needs while shaping the future of aviation and aerospace.

For more information, please contact:Colette AlmeidaCustomer Engagement MarketingTel: +1-206-662-2121E-mail:   [email protected]Web: https://services.boeing.com/

 

For more info visit their website >
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Comply365 is the leading provider of enterprise SaaS and mobile solutions for content management and document distribution in highly regulated industries including aviation, rail, and energy. Comply365 supports the world’s most mobile and remote workforces with targeted and personalized delivery of job-critical data that enables safe, efficient, and compliant operations. Every day, hundreds of thousands of pilots, flight attendants, maintenance technicians, rail conductors and engineers, and energy workers rely on Comply365 for digital delivery of operational (OEM and company) manuals. Having played an instrumental role in the FAA’s approval of replacing the traditional, paper-based, pilot flight bags with electronic flight bags (EFBs), Comply365 partners with clients unlike other service providers to transform industries.

Comply365 offers a new approach to manage operational manuals and other documents that enables safe, efficient, and compliant operations in highly regulated industries such as aviation and rail.

The Comply365 content management and document distribution platform improves operational efficiency, compliance, and end user effectiveness through an integrated solution that covers the entire document lifecycle from authoring to personalized and targeted distribution of your content.

An integrated and end-to-end solution

Schedule a one-on-one meeting with us, stop by our booth for a demo or visit us online at www.comply365.com.

For more info visit their website >
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ABOUT COLLINS AEROSPACE

At Collins Aerospace, we’re dedicated to tackling the toughest challenges facing the aviation industry: how do we create a more connected commercial aviation ecosystem that links key partners and touchpoints with powerful data for unprecedented insights? How can airlines take advantage of the data being generated across the aviation ecosphere to unlock new insights that deliver efficiencies for operators, and provide a seamless travel experience for passengers?

At Collins Aerospace our heritage, in large part, is a history of making connections.
The ARINC Global Network, together with our growing information enablement and aviation products uniquely positions Collins Aerospace to link key touchpoints and partners across the commercial aviation ecosystem – from passengers, airlines and airports to aircraft manufacturers, system suppliers and service providers. Through these connections, partners from across the industry – airlines, airframe manufacturers, and system suppliers and software developers – will all be empowered to deliver improved efficiencies for operators, and create a digitally enhanced experience for passengers.

We offer a variety of connectivity solutions – from traditional cockpit communications to high-speed broadband – that link both passengers and flight crews to the ground. And information-enabled products like our advanced avionics, powerful airborne information systems and airborne networks generate data, collect it and transmit it efficiently and securely to destinations near and far.

Today, almost every step in the commercial air travel process generates information. Around the globe, from the moment passengers make a reservation in their departure city, to the moment they catch a cab at the airport in their arrival city, they interact with a wide variety of systems.

Each of these interactions, each of these touchpoints, generates data – from a biometric face scan to a fleet’s worth of fuel efficiency data on a particular aircraft platform. Sometimes it’s immediately used, sometimes it’s almost immediately thrown away, and sometimes it’s stored somewhere – but for undetermined or unclear purposes. By creating an ecosystem that can connect these multiple sources of data, our industry can work together to ensure travelers reach their destination safely, comfortably and on time.

In the Collins Aerospace connected ecosphere, information about developing weather, traffic patterns, gate availability and more could be shared with airlines, air traffic controllers, airport operators and beyond to enhance the precision and ultimate success and passenger experience for thousands of flights every day.

That is the future of the connected aviation ecosphere and that is the future of Collins Aerospace.

For more info visit their website >
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AIRCRAFT PERFORMANCE & FUEL EFFICIENCY

StorkJet is the market leader in aircraft performance and fuel efficiency. The team consists of over 30 experts specializing in the area of fuel efficiency, data science, and aircraft performance engineering. With strong research background, based on reinvesting 60% of the turnover in R&D, the company developed the most precise performance models on the market. With this technology, StorkJet has optimized over 4 million flights, from various aircraft types starting from turboprops and ending at the biggest jets. Thanks to that, StorkJet’s clients save 24 million dollars and reduced CO2 emissions by 105 thousand tons yearly. StorkJet’s software portfolio consists of:

  • AdvancedAPM, Aircraft Performance Monitoring software that provides up-to-date performance factors for accurate fuel planning. The process is fully automatic and works for all aircraft types,
  • FuelPro, a fuel efficiency dashboard, which helps to save fuel within 44 initiatives,
  • FlyGuide, an EFB app for pilots, which helps prepare for the flight and gives intuitive feedback after it.

Using StorkJet’s solutions airlines precisely monitor aircraft performance and reveal true saving potential across 44 fuel initiatives. All of the company’s clients received a return on investment during the first months of cooperation. Because of an amazing technology and its positive impact on the environment,  StorkJet has been awarded many times in competitions for the most innovative companies, being also selected as the best technology company in the world last year.

For more info visit their website >
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Seabury Solutions is a leading global aviation software development and consultancy company. It was established in 2002 and forms part of Seabury Capital. Seabury Solutions has built its reputation in the market by delivering industry leading IT solutions to enhance the operational and financial performance of some of the world’s largest aerospace organisations. We have built upon our decades of aviation expertise in-house, to leverage this knowledge into a suite of products that enhance the operational processes of an organisation, providing fleet wide decision support to key executives.

With a truly global reach, the network of offices is located in, Argentina, Australia, Canada, Germany, Ireland, Kenya, Korea, Netherlands, Philippines, and USA. Through the global network of offices, we offer 24/7 support to all our customers. The integrated product range covers MRO/M&E, Asset Management, Safety Oversight, Regulatory Compliance and Performance Analysis.

Alkym is the MRO/M&E software, specifically designed to drive efficiencies through the entire aerospace maintenance operation. The flexibility of the maintenance system allows the client to pick and choose the applications that specific to their needs. Alkym is also highly configurable which enables the end- user with greater control to make any changes.

The EPAS suite has models that include Route Profitability, Maintenance Performance, Contract & Invoice Verification, Budget Planning, Fuel Planning and Distribution Channel Performance.

EPAS highly configurable, user driven architecture, can be configured to measure the performance of any aspect of your business, from a single contract to an entire line of business. It can accept financial and operational data from any number of sources and businesses including information from multiple airlines and their subsidiaries and transform information into detailed, actionable, multi-dimensional performance results designed to drive decisions on the operations.

Eauthority is the Regulatory & Compliance Software used by some of the world’s leading Civil Aviation Authorities. Inspired by ICAO, EASA and FAA regulation, Eauthority digitalizes the Regulatory Oversight process and is designed to increase efficiency of internal staff while giving real-time information to the management on a multi-platform dashboard.

Through its sophisticated architecture and user-friendly system, Eauthority is the most advanced application in the market today. Eauthority has the ability to extend it by means of integrating third-party applications like a Finance System, an ePayment gateway processor, ECCAIRS database, among others.

For more info visit their website >
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AVIOBOOK, a Thales Group company

Welcome to the future of flying…

AVIOBOOK, a Thales Group company, supports airlines as a partner in their digital strategy. It offers a comprehensive and highly integrated suite of ground and flight applications, systems and solutions that connect all stakeholders and key assets in a safe and secure manner. This, combined with expertise in data and cyber security, gives airlines an edge through greater efficiency and ultimately sustainable, profitable growth.

PORTFOLIO

AvioBook Application Suite
With the strong growth trend in the air transport industry comes new challenges for airlines that are increasingly looking to optimize their flight and ground operations. The integrated and secure AvioBook application suite makes communication between the cockpit, cabin and back office faster and more efficient than ever before. Pilots, cabin crew, dispatchers and ground staff can be securely connected to each other, making communication more efficient and driving value throughout the operation.
The software suite consists of AvioBook, AvioBook Cabin, AvioBook Connect, AvioBook Tech and AvioBook Base.

AvioBook Systems
AvioBook Systems is our hardware solutions and includes:

  • Dock & Fly system: a smart docking solution for pilots to safely use their tablet EFBs during all phases of flights, including a tablet shell and a smart adaptor. It is designed to accommodate a wide range of devices, currently including Apple® iPad Air 2® And Ipad Pro 9.7″;
  • The mounting & power installation compatible with Dock & Fly system;
  • AvioCast: an all-in-one QAR/AID/Onboard server/WAP device installed in the cockpit.

Services

  • AvioBook Data: it provides efficient, reliable and qualitative data deliveries to avionics (Navigation DataBase) & related services and functions to improve airline operations;
  • AvioBook Integrations: a dedicated team focusing entirely on the agile systems integration of the airline’s back-end systems;
  • AAvioBook SaaS: from an easy-to-use hosted and managed AvioBook experience to powerful, integrated OCC solutions, the AvioBook SaaS offering is your springboard to more efficient flight operations.

Please visit our website www.aviobook.aero for more information.

Hope to see you soon at our booth!
Our team will be happy to demonstrate you our integrated, connected and secure solutions.

For more info visit their website >
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Swiss AviationSoftware Ltd.

Swiss AviationSoftware Ltd. (Swiss-AS) is a 100% subsidiary of Swiss International Air Lines and thereby embedded in the Lufthansa Group, one of the biggest airline groups of the world.

Swiss-AS positions itself not as a pure software house, but as a company tightly linked to airline business. Being in touch with active aircraft maintenance on a daily basis and therefore able to capture MRO trends at a very early stage, Swiss AviationSoftware unites almost years of IT experience with profound MRO expertise and offers its customers a functionally unsurpassed and technologically state-of-the-art maintenance system.

Our long experience, uncompromising pursuit for quality and safety, and our commitment to equip the Swiss-AS customers with a state-of-the art solution are pillars which steer the development of the system as well as our service delivery.

AMOS

AMOS is a comprehensive, fully-integrated software package that successfully manages the maintenance, engineering and logistics requirements of modern airlines and MRO providers by fulfilling demanding airworthiness standards.

The key differentiators that make AMOS stand out from competition are the system´s high degree of integration and functional depth coupled with ease of use.

AMOS, having celebrated its 30th birthday in 2019, is the perfect fit for:

  • airlines of all size and type, from start-ups to tier-one organizations
  • MRO providers
  • CAMO organisations and other aviation companies.

while being suitable for all aircraft types (including New-Generation aircraft, fixed- and rotary-wing aircraft).

AMOS is completely written in JAVA, fully web-enabled and hardware-independent. In addition, Swiss-AS offers its customers a full package of services ranging from initial requirement studies, process analysis, through onsite-support, user training, data migration, audits to system customizations, interface programming, 24h/7d support, etc.

For more info visit their website >
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M3 Solutions is the innovator behind the M3 Platform, a comprehensive hardware & software solution that streamlines device readiness by enabling remote, unattended content distribution (including OS deployments like Windows, Android, iOS and MAC OS) across networks worldwide. Administrators benefit from a hands-off IT solution for their organization’s fleet of devices to ensure synchonicity, manage security, distribute content, & deploy installations all from one platform. The M3 Platform reduces IT costs, return-to-service times and protects regulatory requirements from being unmet. Applicable to a variety of industries such as Aeronautics, Military, Health and trusted by Global manufacturers such as Air Canada, US Navy, and many more.

For more info visit their website >
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AIR SUPPORT is one of the world’s leading suppliers of Flight Planning software with web-based CrewBriefing facilities.

PPS (Preflight Planning System) is a modern, user-friendly system which optimize work-flow and minimize work-load for dispatchers with atomization and integration to other software solutions used in the Airline industry.

PPS generates a complete briefing package available directly on CrewBriefing or its accompanying app, providing the crew with online access to company messages, flight log, trip-tailored surface weather data, NOTAMs, wind- and significant weather charts and the high-quality vertical cross-sectional chart.

PPS offers:

• World’s most flexible airline flight planning system

• Automated filing, calculation and dispatch of all selected flights

• Automated data import from scheduling/crew/maintenance systems

• Automated data export to present or future EFB solutions

• Automated consideration of company policies and dispatch parameters

• Automated flight briefing packages with the highest quality

• Low acquisition and running costs offering highest cost/benefit ratio in the market

PPS also offers AutoDispatch and AutoFiling functionalities via the fully automated AMEXSY internet-based flight plan (FPL) filing system. These features enable airlines to run completely automatic calculations of all flight plans on a dynamic FPL filing basis. Thus, when changes occur in the airline’s scheduling/crew planning system, PPS will automatically re-calculate all flight log data based on the new information as well as auto-file all ATC changes to the CFMU and other relevant FIRs outside the CFMU area.

Furthermore, PPS provides a dynamic data feed of schedule changes, aircraft changes and load data etc. PPS’ core flight planning engine recognizes the aircraft’s performance profiles, DOC costs, fuel costs and the en-route overflight charges. Such capabilities combined enable the airline to achieve fully automatic optimization and selection of the minimum production cost routing and best economical FL profile for all flights in relation to actual weight and forecasted en-route winds and temperatures.

The combined synergy of PPS will ensure that your airline will have the most modern and powerful flight planning system available.

AIR SUPPORT invites you to visit our stand during the conference show. We look forward to showing you the best flight planning system and demonstrate its integrity and features in relation to your requirements.

  Contact details:
  Tel.: +45 75338889
For more info visit their website >
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AVTECH

AVTECH is a leading provider of efficiency-, sustainability- and safety services to be integrated in daily airline operations. All our services are built on the concept of using already existing technology meaning that your airline easily can access our services and start to benefit from more efficient flight operations already today.

Services

ClearPath

Fully automatic real-time flight path optimization providing the pilots with the most cost optimal flight path. Reduces cruise fuel and CO2 emissions by 2.5% on average.

Aventus

Dynamic wind- and temperature uplink service optimizing weather data input to the FMC which improves flight efficiency in climb and cruise and reduces fuel consumption in descent by 10-40 kg per flight.

SIGMA

Automatic weather hazard notifications service. Real-time delivery of high-resolution turbulence warnings and SIGMET:s directly to cockpit.

ProFlight

New generation pilot EFB solution for flight optimization and safety. Gives the pilot direct access to tailored high-resolution aviation weather, standard aviation weather and flight optimization services.

Welcome to visit us at our booth to explore our services and how they easily can be integrated in your operations directly leading to improved flight efficiency.

We look forward to meeting you at the expo!

For more info visit their website >
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Logipad is simple and smart

Logipad is an Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) and Electronic Flight Folder (EFF) solution designed to make flight management simple, fast and smart for pilots, crew and ground staff alike.

No matter what kind of device you prefer, Logipad guarantees flexible and scalable information handling both on the ground and in the air on mobile and mounted devices.

Role-based management helps you ensure the provision of all relevant data to the right user group. Weather charts, forms or manuals, Logipad replaces paper-based information and keeps it up to date.

The ground process, which deploys all sent data to connected devices, is standardized and meets the requirements set out by the FAA and the EASA in the AC120-76B and NPA 2012-02 (former TGL-36) documentation.

Features

  • EBriefing/EFFAutomatizes processes and supports the handling of briefings in the right way
  • Documentation – Easy documentation, bookmarking and annotations for various file formats
  • eForms – Simply enables flight crews to retrieve, complete and submit forms, such as safety or cabin reports
  • Full Text Search (FTS) – Easy to use search function. Don’t search, find!
  • Compliance Reports – Simply track all document synchronization tasks and be informed about the current status
  • Role-Based Management – Not everything is important for everyone. Each role is given the right information.
  • Release Management – Better safe than sorry: A testing stage ensures the correctness of provided content.

References

Our clients include Aerologic, Air Astana, CHC Helicopter, Ethiopian Airlines, Everts Air, JetAviation, Marathon Airlines, Presidential Flight, Saudi Royal Fleet and Virgin Atlantic Airways.

The company behind Logipad

DextraData, an IT consulting company and independent software vendor located in Ruhr Valley, Germany is the company behind Logipad. The Essen-based specialists for digitalization have understood the potential of the solution. Initially, Logipad was developed in 2002. Since then, Logipad has been further advanced and improved as a valuable solution for the aircraft industry. Since that point, Logipad was provided to airlines as an Electronic Flight Bag solution.

For more info visit their website >
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Smarten up your documents with Yonder

Smart, fast, reliable – Yonder’s SaaS solution empowers you to take the next step in critical information management in aviation. Yonder leverages the full potential of digitalization by offering you a solution built around dynamic content rather than static documents, creating a modern, user-centric experience. As well as providing intelligent solutions for operations manuals, guidelines, regulations and standards.

The sky is not the limit: Why Yonder is a high-flying solution

Yonder brings operations manuals and aircraft manufacturers’ handbooks together in one place. The solution’s smart features ‒ including intuitive dashboards, role-specific updates and a responsive offline app ‒ make life much easier for aircrews and ground staff alike. But Yonder has many advantages for editors and authors too: as well as making it simple to cross-reference content and avoid duplicates, it offers fully-integrated approval and publication processes.

Our highlights:

  • User- and task-specific information management
  • Automated revision management syncing manufacturers’ and operations manuals
  • Manual and compliance connectors

Dynamic content, not static documents: meeting today’s information management needs

 Take the leap from PDF and leverage the full potential of what digital content is capable of. Simplify the revision management between OEM manuals (e.g. Airbus or Boeing FCOM, MEL, QRH) and your customized documentation (e.g. OM-B), and even automatically update your existing manuals (e.g. OM-C) with the newest information originating from third-party sources (e.g. Lufthansa System’s Route Manual).

From creating and publishing your documentation all the way to revising it based on your internal processes without constraint: Yonder’s SaaS solution delivers reliable, role-based information to your employees at all times. Both via web browser and the offline app that is available for tablets and smartphones.

Find the right information faster

  • Powerful search function
  • Content can be customized via roles and filters
  • Dynamic content, not static documents

 Reliable information for every situation

  • Effective workflows and clever approval processes
  • Personalized change updates
  • No annoying duplicates

 Extensive documentation management for compliance tracking

  • Seamless audit trails
  • Active compliance monitoring
  • Wide range of reporting functions

For more information, visit www.yonder.info

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Avionics Support Group, Inc. (ASG) is a premier Avionics Systems Integration & FAA-PMA approved Aerospace Manufacturing company.  ASG’s competitive advantage can provide your company with a Single Source Solution for avionics engineering, manufacturing, aircraft installation technical support, Supplemental Type Certificate (STC’s), SATCOM, EFBs, ADS-B and much more.  We lead the aerospace industry with our US patented Constant Friction Mount (cfMount™), Integrated Power Supplies, and iPad EFB Cradles.

So Contact ASG Today to learn how ASG’s Single Source Solution can work for your company! At Avionics Support Group, Inc. we are …”Committed To Keep You Flying”

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IFS develops and delivers cloud enterprise software for companies around the world who manufacture and distribute goods, build and maintain assets, and manage service-focused operations. Within our single platform, our industry specific products are innately connected to a single data model and use embedded digital innovation so that our customers can be their best when it really matters to their customers – at the Moment of Service™​​​​​​​. The industry expertise of our people and of our growing ecosystem, together with a commitment to deliver value at every single step, has made IFS a recognized leader and the most recommended supplier in our sector. Our team of 4,500 employees every day live our values of agility, trustworthiness and collaboration in how we support our 10,000+ customers.

Through its aerospace and defense offering, IFS is the only software vendor that can deliver both end-to-end and best-of-breed enterprise asset management solutions for commercial aviation and defense forces, A&D manufacturers, defense contractors and A&D MRO providers. IFS software delivers a full spectrum of modern, powerful and user-friendly enterprise solutions that support cost reduction and optimal achievement of required service levels throughout the asset lifecycle of aviation and defense fleets.

 For more information, visit www.IFS.com

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QOCO helps the aviation industry to succeed in the changing world by creating new ways to work, to communicate, and to utilise data. We have been a trusted partner of airlines, MROs, and aircraft OEMs for over twelve years. Our solutions provide significant improvements to the industry’s complex processes. They enable our customers to achieve more by doing less and to realise time-savings in labour-intensive tasks.

Our solutions

MROTools.io- digital tool management software for airlines and MROs.

MROTools.io is the leading tool management software designed to simplify and streamline tool handling, control, and management processes in aircraft maintenance.

Benefits:

  • Digitalizing tool management for world-leading airlines & MROs
  • Full audit trail and compliance overview
  • Integration capability with all major M&E systems
  • Up to €2 000 000 in annual savings

Features:

Store

Tool store employees use Store for booking and distributing tools for mechanics. All handouts and returns are operated with a wireless barcode scanner and voice feedback. This makes the booking process faster by eliminating queues and reduces risk for manual errors.

Defects

Defects feature enables mechanics and tool store personnel to quickly and instantly inform about any defects or faults in tools, materials, vehicles, or other maintenance resources. The process’s simplicity and efficiency help employees file a report as soon as they detect a problem. In addition, incoming defect reports are managed in a list view, where repair tasks can be assigned.

Analytics

Analytics is a management dashboard that shows the current situation and historical development of tool lending. It utilizes the data generated by MROTools.io and integrated systems to provide actionable insights for decision-making. For example, tool transaction volumes and peaks, tool utilization rates, upcoming tool calibration, and more features can be tracked.

Kiosk

The Kiosk is a self-service tool store for mechanics near the maintenance site in an access-controlled tool area. At extensive maintenance facilities, the Kiosk lessens the workload for personnel and reduces the unproductive time of mechanics.

Integration

MROTools.io is fully operable as a standalone solution and has and integration capability with all major M&E systems.

Hangar

Hangar enables mechanics to pre-order tools, handover them to colleagues, and improves the defect reporting process.

EngineData.io – SaaS solution that enables secure, automated data streams between the main collaborative players in the aviation industry.

Benefits:

  • Automated data transfer by integration to existing customer systems for bidirectional data flows
  • Information security compliant with ISO 27001 to ensure complete data confidentiality
  • Data transformation to any required ingestible format for the receiving system
  • Data validation ensure that any data quality issues are flagged

Use cases:

Bidirectional data streams between OEM operator systems

Maintaining digital models of high-value assets is at the core of most OEMs digitalization strategies. EngineData.io makes this possible by facilitating exchange of operational data from operator to the OEM, in turn enabling the OEM to offer added value services for the operator. Rolls-Royce is onboarding hundreds of airlines to EngineData.io for exchange of vital operational data and assert lifting information, enabling an up to 100% increase of on-wing time for its newest TRENT engines.

Exchange of maintenance data between operators and MRO service providers

Outsourced maintenance poses challenges for ensuring data integrity between the operator and MRO service provider systems. EngineData.io makes it possible to keep the two systems in sync by managing the associated data flows throughout the maintenance lifecycle, from tendering to work reports and approval. Seamless integration to both the operator and MRO service providers M&E systems ensures that essential data, such as work packages, work completion records and defect reports, is instantly and reliably available for both parties.

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Ramco Aviation software offers Maintenance solution on cloud and on premise with multi-tenant capability and next-gen mobility catering to the needs of Airlines, Heli-Operators, MROs and Charter operations. Ramco’s next-gen mobility solutions for maintenance operations is available through an app ecosystem where MRO supervisors, mechanics, pilots, storekeepers and customers can seamlessly execute critical operations on the go, from anywhere, anytime. Ramco Aviation Solution is comprehensive in its scope to cover the entire spectrum of organizational needs including Finance, HCM & Manufacturing functions all in one integrated platform.

Powering 4000+ aircraft and 21,000+ end-users globally, Ramco is the solution of choice for Air India, Emirates, AeroNorway, Patria Helicopters AB, Malaysia Airlines, Republic Airways, Cobham, Columbia Helicopters and over 70 others. Ramco Series-5 delivers positive impact on reducing Turn Around Time (TAT) while increasing operational performance and compliance through full integration of Engineering, Supply Chain, Maintenance Planning & Execution, and Compliance modules in elegant user-friendly interfaces. Ramco has always been in the forefront, constantly innovating in the maintenance IT space with one basic objective – enable clients to focus more time on business-critical activities, while the solution forms the back-bone with Straight through processing of transactions, based on intelligent rules.

Latest Press Releases:
Canada’s Leading Aerospace & Defence In-Service Support Integrator, L-3 MAS, Selects Ramco Aviation Suite
http://www.ramco.com/newsroom/press/releases/sep-16/L-3-MAS-selects-Ramco-Aviation/

Southern Vietnam Helicopter Company (VNHS) Goes live on Ramco Aviation Suite
http://www.ramco.com/newsroom/press/releases/aug-16/VNHS-goes-live-on-Ramco-Aviation/

Ramco Aviation to power Scandinavia’s leading Helicopter MRO provider, Patria Helicopters AB (PHAB)
http://www.ramco.com/newsroom/press/releases/may-16/ramco-aviation-powers-patria-helicopters-ab/

Ramco Systems partners with Aviation MRO Marketplace, Aeroxchange
http://www.ramco.com/newsroom/press/releases/feb-16/ramco-partners-with-aeroxchange/

For more information please contact:
Cynthia
Aviation Marketing & Business Development
[email protected]
Phone :- +91 9677156327
#64, Sardar Patel Road, Taramani, Chennai, India – 600113
www.ramco.com/aviation

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Smart 4 Aviation
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Smart4Aviation is committed to providing industry-leading applications that enable airlines to increase productivity and efficiency, overcome challenges, and improve operational awareness and communication across all operational domains.

 Our corporate headquarters is in Amsterdam, The Netherlands with two large development offices located in Gdansk and Krakow, Poland. You can meet us in Toronto, Canada and in New York City, USA.

 From these locations, we serve airlines worldwide, delivering superior products and technology, backed by industry-leading 24/7 support. We offer affordable, innovative, and flexible solutions and services for airlines to meet all of their operational needs and requirements.

 Our goal is 100% customer satisfaction while serving the client’s interests as an ally and a loyal business partner. The company aims to deliver its customers seamless systems that improve quality, accessibility and availability of information while reducing operational costs.

 Our web-based and mobile solutions with exceptional support are recognized within the industry as being some of the most dependable and innovative in the market. All of our current customers such as Air Canada, Delta Air Lines, Air France, Emirates, Iberia, Atlas AIr, Qantas, easyJet, Alaska Airlines, Cebu Pacific, Horizon Air, Jazz, Martinair, and others have all benefitted from implementing Smart4Aviation solutions.

 In our product portfolio you can find the following solutions:

–              Load Planning, Weight & Balance, Payload Management,

–              EFB & Mobile,

–              Communication & Alerting,

–              Real Time Flight Tracking,

–              Pilot & Cabin Crew Briefing,

–              Weather Station & NOTAMs Management,

–              Document Management & e-Reporting,

–              Flight Planning Solution – under development.

 We believe that in every aspect of our business, our key objective is to maintain a customer focus. This customer focus ensures that all activities, whatever they may be, will provide strong customer value. Our customers are our greatest corporate assets and are our best sales force. We take our customer relationships very seriously and the goal is to partner with all our customers encouraging them to interact with our employees and to provide insight and input into the development path of current and future solutions. Smart4Aviation is rapidly becoming the preferred provider of software solutions for the Aviation industry worldwide Our proactive approach to R&D and our outstanding customer service has made us the forerunner in this rapidly changing and demanding market.

One of the key differentiators is our experience in the integration. Interfacing with a large variety of systems delivered throughout many Customers will remain S4A’s most significant asset.  During the initial analysis phase, Smart4Aviation’s goal is to ensure that the scope of the project is defined in appropriate detail. We collect customer expectations and needs to ensure that everything is being done with the specifics of the business logic and requirements.

Smart4Aviation will provide an enhanced hosting solution in Amazon Web Services. Our partnership with your airline will make you an immediate beneficiary of this sophisticated service. Environments can be created on-demand, from scratch in under 15 minutes. Capacity for the existing environments can be auto-scaled on the fly, thus allowing for more efficient management of “peaks”. Additional capacity does not need to be carried for future expansion or to mitigate risk. This can be treated as a cost-saving opportunity. These benefits will be achieved during our discussions realized throughout our business relationship.

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Founded in Seattle in 2015, Aerostrat was started with the goal of building modern, customer-friendly software solutions for the aerospace industry. Our team of aviation experts and proven software engineers have worked tirelessly to build Aerros, our maintenance planning solution that is already impacting our customers by enabling them to manage their entire heavy maintenance program in one place. Aerostrat prides itself on its customer-obsessed approach of building features side by side with our customers and we always look forward to hearing how we can improve our product.

Aerros offers a multitude of industry leading benefits and enables Airlines and MROs to do the following:

  • Automatically plan hundreds of requirements per fleet over the life of the aircraft
  • Effortlessly manage events with drag and drop, quick merge, smart delete, and more
  • Easily reflow plans based on changes to a fleet, vendors, and requirements
  • Test infinite data scenarios and swap between them instantly
  • Track event changes over time and compare planned vs actual maintenance performance
  • Collaborate easily with other planners and vendors with confidential scenarios, restricted user access, and sharing features
  • Create bottom up budgets and rolling budgets
  • Gain better insight into their business through customizable business intelligence solutions
  • And much, much more

In addition, we also provide:

  • 24/7 multi-platform support
  • 99% Service Level Agreements and less than 24 hour support resolutions
  • Industry leading security standards
  • Integrations to compliance software for quick access to sign-offs, fleet data and more

More information about Aerostrat and Aerros can be found by visiting our website aerostratsoftware.com, emailing us at [email protected], or giving us a call at 888-558-2860 X1.

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At Conduce we design, develop and implement mobile solutions for the aviation industry. Established in its current form in 2009, but with over 100 man years of previous aviation operations, engineering and software experience. Our core product is a complete electronic solution for the Technical Log, but we also have many companion applications to aid our mission to make aviation processes completely paperless. Our Electronic Technical Logbook solution is certified under multiple NAA’s, including UK, Denmark, Spain, Estonia, Latvia, Bahrain and is fully integrated with MRO/CAMO systems including AMOS, TRAX, OASES, Rusada, AerData Stream and more.

eTechLog8 is a mobile solution that replaces the aircraft paper technical log. A tech log page (TLP) must be completed for every flight as a legal record of the aircraft’s technical status and journey.

The solution contains full reporting of the aircraft OOOI times and sector information, including crew, take off and landing parameters, and delay information. eTechLog8 is also a solution for defect reporting and rectification. PIREP and MAREP defects are recorded and actioned on the device, and totally integrated aircraft fault code messages and MEL reference data gives engineers access to the information they need on the line in real time.

Fuel and other fluid uplifts are managed on the device, including features for recording suppliers and invoices, and a photograph feature to capture paper docket details. This provides significantly enhanced fuel efficiency reporting and financial reconciliation of invoices received from fuel suppliers. The solution complies with EASA AMC 20-25 and FAA AC 120-76D

eCabinLog8 is a mobile solution for recording aircraft faults identified by the cabin crew. As a companion application, it is totally integrated with eTechLog8 and removes the need to duplicate defect data.

Photograph, location and a brief summary of the cabin item is recorded, and then converted to a genuine airworthiness defect if required.

eCabinLog8 can be installed on a Panasonic ToughPad, or any other Windows, Android or IOS device, including personal issue mobile devices.

eCentral8 is the management website for all Conduce Mobile Aviation Solutions. Originally conceived as the setup portal through which eTechLog8 transmissions pass on their way to Airline back office systems via eGIS8, over the years eCentral8 has evolved into the parental core of the companion applications that have developed alongside eTechLog8.
eGIS8 allows multiple MRO/CAMO systems to be integrated to suit your requirements.

Other companion applications cover everything from Training to Documents and Forms.

More information can be found atwww.conduce.net

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WE’RE INTO IT

Welcome to Lufthansa Systems. Explore the world of airline IT with us: The latest innovations in the airline and aviation industry, together with trends, and the most recent developments in the market.

At Lufthansa Systems we are insiders. Real experts for digital transformation. Our company offers its more than 300 airline customers an extensive range of successful, and in many cases market-leading, solutions for the aviation industry. The innovative IT products and services in our portfolio, offer customers a wide range of economic benefits, whilst also contributing to improving efficiency and competitiveness.

In addition, Lufthansa Systems supports its customers, both within and outside the Lufthansa Group, with consulting services, using the experience it has gained in projects for airlines of every size and business model.

At the Airline & Aerospace MRO & Flight Operations IT Conference, we will be presenting you with a specific range of airline solutions. Our experts on-site will be pleased to demonstrate the advantages and enhancements of our solutions portfolio, discuss your individual needs and our future endeavors.

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EmpowerMX is a world leader in providing intelligent maintenance solutions for today’s aircraft. Founded in 1999 and headquartered in Dallas, Texas, with offices in Europe and the Far East, EmpowerMX is uniquely focused on the aircraft maintenance industry and is managed by aviation maintenance experts.

EmpowerMX’s FleetCycle® Software Suite has been designed to assist Airlines, MROs, OEMs, and the Defense industry in the management of their assets through its four solutions – FleetCycle® AERO, FleetCycle® MRO, FleetCycle® OEM and FleetCycle® DEF.  Each solution is built on a modular basis from the following list of modules:

In addition to the above solutions, each of the modules can operate on its own or with other third party software. Each module has been developed to ensure it operates in both a desk and mobile environment, ensuring customers can realize the benefits of a mobile-ready workforce with full electronic signatures.
FleetCycle® is generally delivered and accessed through the cloud which is EmpowerMX’s preferred method of deployment. For customers wishing to host the software themselves, EmpowerMX can also help facilitate and advise on this option.

Since its inception, EmpowerMX has focused on the aviation sector with most of the major US airlines, including American Airlines, Delta Airlines, United Airlines, Southwest Airlines and American Eagle, now using the FleetCycle® solution. Beyond the majors Embraer and TechOps Mexico are also users of the system. To date, EmpowerMX has achieved consistent efficiency improvements of between 15% and 25% for its customers.

For more information about EmpowerMX or any module of the FleetCycle® solutions please contact [email protected] or tel. +1 214 618 6900

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SITA is the air transport industry’s IT provider, delivering solutions for airlines, airports, aircraft and governments. Our technology powers more seamless, safe and sustainable air travel.

With around 2,500 customers, SITA’s solutions drive operational efficiencies at more than 1,000 airports while delivering the promise of the connected aircraft to customers of 18,000 aircraft globally.

 SITA also provides technology solutions that help more than 70 governments strike the balance of secure borders and seamless travel. Our communications network connects every corner of the globe and bridges 60% of the air transport community’s data exchange.

 Sita doesn’t just connect the global aviation industry. We apply decades of experience and expertise to address almost every core business, operational, baggage, and passenger process in air transport.

 SITA is a certified CarbonNeutral® company in accordance with The CarbonNeutral Protocol – the leading global standard for carbon neutral programs. We are reducing our greenhouse gas emissions for all our operations through our UN recognized Planet+ program, while also developing solutions to help the aviation industry meet its carbon reduction objectives, including reduced fuel burn and greater operational efficiencies at the airport.

 SITA is 100% owned by the industry and driven by its needs. It is one of the most internationally diverse companies, providing services in over 200 countries and territories.

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Trax eMRO is an enterprise software provider of aircraft fleet engineering & maintenance, MRO, planning, compliance & inventory management. We develop applications for commercial & military aircraft, airlines & MRO providers via web and iOS apps. Our eMobility Suite is truly mobile with offline capability to ensure users can work in Wi-Fi/Cellular dead zones. Our organizational capabilities & support solutions include: custom software development, software maintenance, mobile solutions, systems application integration, release upgrade support, SaaS cloud hosting, Project Management & implementation support, user training, business analyst consultation & business process mapping & documentation, gap analysis, data migration, & QA testing.

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Ultramain Systems delivers SIMPLE MOBILE PAPERLESS electronic logbook ELB software along with a comprehensive suite of MRO / M&E software.  ULTRAMAIN® ELB™ – the market leading electronic logbook software is in approved paperless use at airlines worldwide.  ULTRAMAIN ELB operates mobile or installed devices.

We are a proven aviation software provider, with aircraft M&E / MRO customers running paperless, end-to-end, from the cockpit to the ground, with solutions covering the aircraft logbook, line and base maintenance operations  and MRO operations.

Step into the future with a fully paperless organization, by stopping at Booth E39 to learn how using ULTRAMAIN’s comprehensive suite of integrated solutions can help you see your aircraft data FAST, ACCURATELY and in REAL-TIME.

Come talk to us at Booth E39 and learn how ULTRAMAIN v9, including Mobile Mechanic and Mobile Inventory, to our onboard applications such as ULTRAMAIN ELB can eliminate hassles and increase profitability.

Contact Us
USI is located in Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA, with international offices located around the world. Come see us anytime at www.ultramain.com, or give us a call: +1 (505) 828-9000.

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NAVBLUE is a leading services company, wholly owned by Airbus, dedicated to Flight Operations & Air Traffic Management solutions and services for airlines, airports, and Air Navigation Service Providers (ANSPs). We combine aircraft manufacturer expertise, flight operations know-how and agile development to enhance operational efficiency, optimize resources and increase productivity for safe and sustainable aviation. Our global teams deliver a reliable, optimum and customized user experience to more than 500 customers worldwide.
Discover NAVBLUE’s solutions here: https://www.navblue.aero/
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Rusada is a leading provider of aviation software with over 35 years of experience in the industry. Its ENVISION software manages over 2,000 fixed and rotary wing aircraft for 150 operators, maintainers, and manufacturers in 45+ countries. With its headquarters in Switzerland and offices in the USA, UK, UAE, India, Singapore, and Australia, Rusada provides global support for a global industry.

Specialising in the management of airworthiness, maintenance, and flight operations, ENVISION is developed solely for aviation. Its modern, web-based platform features a suite of integrated modules, enhanced by a series of native mobile apps. ENVISION’s easy-to-use interface provides users with clear, actionable information, enabling processes to be carried out quickly and efficiently, and all without the need for paper or spreadsheets.

 

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Starting from the observation that every year nearly 660 million tons of CO2 are emitted by airplanes, i.e. more than 20 000 kilos of CO2 per second, we have decided to act by developing innovative solutions to help airlines reduce their costs and environmental impact.

Drawing on eight years of R&D, SkyBreathe® came into the market in 2013 as an innovative eco-flying solution based on Cloud, Artificial Intelligence, and Big Data to save fuel and reduce airlines’ carbon footprint by up to 5%.

Factor in the threat of climate change on the industry, fuel efficiency at an airline must be a team effort where every department contributes to a safe and efficient fuel culture. That’s why SkyBreathe® is now a 360° eco-flying platform that connects all airline workers so airlines can control the whole loop of their fuel program. The platform is designed to give airlines all the tools they need to build and grow a successful fuel efficiency program without having to juggle many different tools. All the integrated solutions have been thought to involve all stakeholders and spread a vibrant green culture in your airline to drastically reduce fuel consumption, CO2 emissions, and costs.

Rewarded by many innovation awards, SkyBreathe® is today the most widely used eco-flying solution in the world. Its active community federates more than 50+ airlines across the planet, including Air France, easyJet, DHL, Norwegian, IndiGo, flydubai, and Atlas Air. In 2019, its customers saved more than 590,000 tons of CO2 and 150 million USD. In 2022, they will save more than 1 million tons of CO2, equivalent to planting 125 million trees.

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INNOVATE THE COCKPIT WITH TAILLOG

By eliminating the physical paperwork on both and in air, TAILLOG bridges the digital gap between pre- and post-flight activities. Through simplified, intuitive, and interactive design, the application enables the pilots to manage their pre-briefing, OFP, NavLog, fuel checks, and last minute changes while having easy access to flight details, company documents, weather charts, and NOTAMS. Ultimately, human errors will be eliminated and time consuming data management is minimized as the entire organization will benefit from multiple processes being built into the app, e.g. fuel slip management, post-flight reporting (fuel consumption, crew times and delay codes), digital journey logs, and cloud storage of completed flight logs. Utilizing cloud systems creates a data base which ensures both user flexibility, data safety, and interface options. With the cloud API both pre-flight planning, scheduling, and performance systems as well as post-flight management systems can easily be interfaced and subsequently be updated with flight details post-flight if required.

FEATURED MODULES:

Our embedded weight & balance module enables the pilot to make last minute changes of crew and PAX seating, baggage/cargo weights, and fuel load, and quickly review the consequences in the CG envelope graph and Load Manifest. Should any limits be exceeded, the pilot will be notified through alerts and colored markings of the related data fields. In-air rerouting utilizes either coordinates or pre-loaded company waypoints to deviate from the scheduled route string. The checklist module increases the flexibility of including and controlling all procedures, including journey logs, captain’s reports, engine trend monitoring and aircraft / company specific checklists. Our new TechLog feature equips the pilots with an option to log discrepancies, including pictures, that delivers an overview of the fleet health status in our backend / admin site and can be distributed directly to a CAMO or MCC department post flight. To add a safety layer during parking, TAILLOG has a security seal log function that secures the aircraft via sealed barcodes and managed directly in the application.

In the pursuit of becoming completely digital, TAILLOG teamed up with DuaLeap who developed an innovative data compression platform that offers real-time streaming of aircraft-related data. Already utilizing flight planning data for the operational flight plan functions, our joint solution can for instance enable real-time rerouting paths for optimal fuel consumption, as well as weather avoidance. In essence, our EFB will be connected in flight for accurate fuel and time monitoring, to name a few, allowing the pilots to focus on flying whilst being “truly” connected to flight-ops during the entirety of the flight.

In line with our simplified approach, TAILLOG is also exploring the usage of RPA (robotic process automatization) to eliminate time-consuming and repetitive tasks across the organization. Finally, our application is very customizable, meaning it can be slimmed if necessary, or conversely it can be further tailored specifically to replicate your current standard operating procedures.. Our users are our eyes and ears, inspiring us to improve and enhance continuously by, for example, implementing user-driven innovations such as Bluetooth synchronization, dark and landscape mode to name a few.

Please reach out if we should set some time aside. We hope to see you at our booth!

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At Honeywell, we’re transforming the way the world works, solving your business’s toughest challenges. With over 100 years of aerospace experience, we combine deep domain expertise with our cutting-edge enterprise performance management software to deliver Honeywell Forge Flight Efficiency, the industry’s most advanced and capable enterprise performance management solution.

What is Honeywell Forge Flight Efficiency?

More than a fuel-efficiency tool, it’s a multidimensional software platform capable of managing an airline’s enterprise-wide effort aimed at reducing emissions and fuel consumption while improving operational efficiency. The platform enables cross-domain analytics, taking data from multiple sources on and off the airplane and using a sophisticated data-analytics engine to provide airlines with actionable insights. Honeywell Forge Flight Efficiency takes the blinders off and gives the airline access to a single source of truth of real-time and historical data, so that they can make fact-based decisions impacting fuel consumption, flight efficiency, flight planning and other operational processes.

What Outcomes Does Honeywell Forge Deliver?

More than 30 of the world’s leading airlines have turned to Honeywell for help in achieving their ambitious sustainability goals and the results speak for themselves. Based on existing customer data, Honeywell Forge Flight Efficiency can deliver an estimated 2% fuel savings, depending on aircraft type and other operating factors. Beyond fuel savings, airlines can access a repository of data that contains information useful for a wide range of purposes, including upgrade/technology ROI, fuel hedging, government reporting and carbon-offset tracking.

How Can I Learn More?

Please stop by our booth E45 at this event to meet our team and demo Honeywell Forge for yourself. To schedule a virtual demo or learn more, visit our website for more information.

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BlueOne Management is an independent and privately owned company, based in Brussels, at the heart of Europe.

Incorporated in 2001, we have since then successfully served an impressive number of airlines around the world with a comprehensive, scalable and cost effective software solution for all the segments of the market, from the smallest players to the most complex organizations.

Our software is delivered as a Service through the OCI (Oracle Cloud Infrastructure), which provides our customers with the highest performance and security standards, with a global reach.

BlueOne is made of a CORE solution suite that covers all the requirements of an airline for their Crewing and Operations Control departments.

It is complimented by several ADD ON modules that include powerful Crew Pairings and Crew Roster Optimizers, a Manpower Planning module and a Live Flight Tracking option based on ADSB data.

Over the years, we have developed numerous integration capabilities with other Industry Standard products and we are offering a wide set of API’s for a seamless integration to any external system.

We offer an H24/365 SLA to our customers all around the world with an unparalleled support.

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Aircraft Commerce and Aircraft IT have joined forces with a group of best-in-class consultants to form ‘Aircraft Commerce Consulting’. This uniquely-capable and experienced team is working with airlines and aircraft operators in developing strategies to unlock and enhance the full potential of both aircraft operations and associated IT systems. Find out how your company can tap into this unrivalled industry knowledge by visiting Aircraft Commerce Consulting on stand F1.

Key Services Include:

Health-Checks – Find out how your current systems and processes are performing against industry standards. Identify what can be optimized to drive greater efficiency, provide competitive advantage and ensure on-time performance.  Health-Checks include: MRO / M&E Systems, Fuel Efficiency, CORSIA Compliance, Cyber Security.

M&E / MRO IT Adoption Study:  Optimizing M&E / MRO system performance is critical to successfully meeting industry challenges.
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Fuel Efficiency Health-Check:  There is potential for further fuel saving at even the most optimized airline.
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IT Systems Support – Tap into Aircraft Commerce Consulting’s unrivalled industry knowledge of the market and vendors. Our industry leading experts are on-hand to support you with your products including: M&E / MRO, EFB, ETL, Fuel Efficiency, Crew Planning, Flight Planning, Digital Strategies, Latest Technologies, more…

Company Background:

In 1998 Aircraft Commerce magazine set the Gold Standard in commercial aviation analysis, a standard it has maintained and strengthened ever since.​ From its launch in 2011 Aircraft IT magazine has sustained and strengthened its unrivalled status as the industry authority on Flight Operations and Maintenance & Engineering IT systems.​

Now these two industry powerhouses have joined forces with a team of ‘best in class’ consultants to create a new force in civil aviation consultancy. ​From January 2018 this unique resource will stand ready to work with you in developing business strategies to unlock the full potential of your fleet, network and IT Systems. Strategies that embrace the game-changing potential that the synthesis of data, analysis, systems and experience can deliver.

For more information please contact:

Ed Haskey | [email protected] | +44 1273 454 235 |

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Beacon M is an aerospace maintenance and service platform that helps you realize your full potential for efficiency, by optimizing and digitalizing your service and maintenance operations end to end. The Beacon software helps you get rid of legacy systems, manual and handheld processes.

Co-developed by industry leader ST Engineering, the platform is set to revolutionize the industry and decrease maintenance cost and maintenance time while maximizing transparency.

Using a simple, intuitive, and user-friendly interface, Beacon enables their customers to:

  • Easily document findings using a simple and fast user flow
  • Get more transparency through reliable and useful data in your systems.The data captured in Beacon enables full transparency in operations, enabling proactive management control. Information is easily accessible, securing transparency in operations.
  • Finding the right digital tools to automate your business’ time-consuming manual tasks (to increase efficiency and reduce cost).
  • Secure that users save as much time in their daily work as possible.All interactions are done through simple flows, with the aim of creating a seamless and intuitive user experience.

BEACON has been created based on the knowledge from world renowned engineers, repair technicians and industrial service executives. We enable service and maintenance companies to revolutionize operations through digitalization and automation.

Contact our Head of Business Development Julie at [email protected] or/and come visit us at exhibition stand F2 at the Aircraft IT conference in London.

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GLOBALOG is the world’s most advanced and precise tool for managing the risk of overexposure to cosmic radiation while airborne. The system provides airlines with a proactive and effective answer to an emerging health issue – both in legal, financial and public relations terms.

GLOBALOG provides an alternative solution based on a shift from average to individual readings. By providing each flight crew with an individual minute-by-minute radiation account, the airline can eliminate both the risk of legal liability and maintain production capacity of each flight crew member.

To discuss without obligation

Michael Wollenberg

Director of Aviation Cosmic Radiation

[email protected]  / www.globalog.com

Visit us at exhibition stand F3 at the Airline & Aerospace MRO & Flight Operations IT Conference, London Heathrow

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CONFERENCE DELEGATE REGISTRATION PACKAGES

Please select your relevant delegate registration option from the drop-down menu below.

  1. Airlines, Aircraft Operators and Independent MRO/M&E facilities have the choice of two VIP delegate registration options:
    – VIP Delegate Option 1: EURO € 295.00 / UK £ 245.00 / US $ 330.00 – includes 2 night’s accommodation at the conference hotel
    – VIP Delegate Option 2: EURO € 95.00 / UK £ 80.00 / US $ 105.00
  2. All other delegates, including: consultants, IT Vendors, OEMs, etc., please select the ‘All Other Delegates’ option:  EURO € 950.00 / UK £ 795.00.00 / US $ 1050.00

All delegate places include: Conference materials and access to event App; Meals and Refreshments (Breakfasts, Lunches, Coffee Breaks on the 8th & 9th June, 2 hour Cocktail reception on the 8th June).

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Airline and Aerospace MRO and Flight Operations IT Conference – EMEA takes place at the

Radisson Hotel and Conference Centre London Heathrow
Bath Road (Building A),
West Drayton,
Heathrow
UB7 0DU

+44 (0) 208 759 6611
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Travelling directions

The Radisson Hotel & Conference Centre (London Heathrow) is now fully booked for the conference dates.  For alternative hotels all within walking distance – SEE BELOW

How to get to the Radisson Hotel Hotel & Conference Centre London Heathrow:

From Heathrow Airport

  • By airport shuttle: Hotel Hoppa buses stop outside London Heathrow Terminals 1, 2, 3, and 5 between 4:15 am and 10 pm. Travel time is between 20-30 minutes. Tickets cost GBP 6 one way. To reach the hotel from Terminal 2 and 3, take the Hotel Hoppa H2B AND H2C. From Terminal 5, take Hotel Hoppa H5B. For the latest and most up-to-date information please check the Hotel Hoppa website directly.
  • By taxi: A taxi will cost around GBP 12 from Terminals 1,2, and 3 or GBP 16 from Terminals 4 and 5.

From Heathrow Central London Underground station

  • By bus: Take the Heathrow Hoppa Bus from outside Terminals 2 and 3 between 4:15 am and 10 pm. Travel time is between 20-30 minutes. Tickets cost GBP 6 one way. To reach us from Terminal 2 and 3, take the Hotel Hoppa H2B AND H2C. To reach us from Terminal 2 and 3, take the Hotel Hoppa H3 or H8. For the latest and most up-to-date information please check the Hotel Hoppa website directly.
  • By taxi: A taxi will cost around GBP 12 from Terminals 2 and 3.

If you have any questions about ​booking your accommodation at the conference hotel​, please contact us.

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Carbon Neutral Event

Aircraft Commerce is proud to team up with our partners Conference Care and their Carbon Consulting team to deliver our first carbon neutral event.

How it works:

We’ll be using the Conference Care online Carbon Calculator to work-out the travel, accommodation and catering needs for the upcoming conference.  The Carbon Calculator will be sent to all delegates to enter their travel plans and only takes a few minutes to complete. This information then enables Conference Care to work us, the event organiser to measure the overall carbon footprint of the event, offer advice on how to reduce this footprint and offset any remaining carbon tonnage of the event.

Carbon Offset Programs

We offset the carbon emissions associated with the conference by supporting projects which provide clean, renewable energy to the grid in India & Vietnam, supply innovative efficient cooking technologies to rural communities in Guatemala, treat wastewater & provide clean biogas for industry in Thailand, and help to protect the precious Amazon Rainforest against
illegal deforestation in Brazil. As well as this, Conference Care will also be planting a tree right here in the UK for every 10 tonnes of carbon emissions that we offset.

Example Programs Include:

  1. UK tree planting and protecting the Amazon – UK and Brazil
    This project provides an opportunity to plant trees in the UK whilst also helping to protect the Amazon Rainforest
  2. ONIL Improved Cooking Stoves – Guatemala
    The ONIL Stove is a fuel-efficient stove that reduces the amount of firewood required by households by up to 58%, and results in lower emissions based on its construction. Since a very high proportion of fuel wood comes from non-renewable sources, this translates directly into reduced emission reductions from non-renewable extraction of wood. A single ONIL Stove will save between 3-4 tons of CO2e per year.
  3. Pacajai REDD+ Project – Brazil
    This project is working to prevent unplanned deforestation in native forests, which has occurred due to logging, squatting and attempts to implement pastures.
  4. Solar power project – Vietnam
    The project involves the installation and operation of Srepok 1 solar power plant with peak capacity of 50 MW. This project is located in Village 9, Ea Wer commune, Buon Don district, Dak Lak province, Viet Nam. The purpose of this project is to generate clean form of electricity through renewable solar energy source. The net electricity generated from this project (annual estimated electricity output is 75,606 MWh) is supplied to the national grid via the transmission line. The Srepok 1 solar power plant will use Polycrystalline panels to recover solar radiation. Polycrystalline modules are the most commonly used technology in commercial and industrial solar projects. Solar panels used in the project are imported from China, with a lifespan of 25 years.
  5. Biogas wastewater treatment and biogas utilisation project – Thailand
    This project captures methane at a Thai starch plant using two closed anaerobic wastewater treatment facilities and converts the gas into energy, partially replacing the need for fossil fuel consumption. The project has a twofold effect: it prevents methane from harming the climate and avoids thousands of tonnes of fossil fuel being burnt per year.
  6. 199.70 MW Wind Project in Maharashtra by BWDPL – India
    The main purpose of this project activity is to generate a clean form of electricity through renewable wind energy source. Bothe Windfarm Development Pvt. Ltd. is the promoter of the proposed project activity. The Project has 40 Wind Turbines of individual capacity 2MW each and 57 Wind Turbines of individual capacity 2.1 MW each in Maharashtra state of India. The total project capacity is 199.7 MW.

Speakers’ profiles in alphabetical order by their surnames.

A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z |

Angus, James

Commercial Director

Cranfield University

James played a lead role in the launch of the IVHM Centre in collaboration with Boeing bringing in other major aerospace and defense companies. He joined Cranfield in August 2002, with over twenty-five years’ experience in high technology industry plus consulting experience, and has published/presented/guest lectured on a wide range of topics nationally and internationally. An active member of the Royal Aeronautical Society for many years, James has chaired the Air Transport Specialist Group for the last 10 years.

Appeltrath, Frank

Head of Flight OPS & Support

AeroLogic

Head of Flight OPS & Support at AeroLogic GmbH, responsible Manager for the entire airline operation of AeroLogic with 35 years of experience in aviation.

Together with my team I’m focussing  on the control and monitoring of all of our flights, including contingency handling, postflight analysis and emergency response within a highly developed and automated IT environment.

Bachan, Allan

Vice President

ICF

Allan is a Vice President at ICF with 32 years of industry experience as an Aviation M&E, MRO and Supply Chain solutions and systems domain expert. He is responsible for ICF’s MRO Operations and IT practice and he manages the Aircraft Commerce Consulting relationship with ICF. His experience includes managing application design, development, and full cycle implementation – from selection to go-live – for strategic clients in the MRO industry using different commercially available MRO IT products. In his career, Allan has fulfilled the following leadership roles: MRO IT practice and technical lead; MRO systems Product Principal; M&E and MRO Solutions Director and Manager of Technical Records, Maintenance Planning and Production Control.

Bogner, Eric

Manager, Strategic Partnerships, Technical

Etihad Airways

With 22 years of experience in commercial aviation industry, the last 14 with Etihad Airways, Eric has managed various roles in both maintenance and operational environments. Eric is passionate about aviation and has been driving executing key projects as part of Etihad Technical’s digitalisation strategy. Eric led key workstreams as part of Etihad Airways MIS transformation and was the Project Manager for the implementation of the integrated eLogBook. Prior to Etihad, Eric worked as Aircraft Engineer for different airlines around the globe.

Bryan, Michael

Founding Principal

Closed Loop Consulting

Michael has enjoyed a full and diverse Aviation Career spanning over 45 years. Recently retired from an A380 Command with a major carrier, Michael has been fortunate to gain a broad base of experience in the Airline, Corporate and General Aviation operations including training, system development and management positions. Michael’s management experience within the Aviation Sector has included Strategic Planning and operational system development and Project Management across all industry segments. Michael has completed a Masters in Aviation Management, PRINCE2 Accreditation with the OGC London and Board Financial Management Certification. During the last 20 years Michael has been appointed to various roles within major airline operations, spending considerable time involved in strategic technology development within the global airline industry.

Michael is the founding Principal and Managing Director of Closed Loop Consulting, a niche team focussed on assisting airlines to strategically develop, financially justify and successfully implement a broad range of industry programs and mandates such as EFB, the Connected Airplane, GADDS and the forward components of SWIM and TBO strategies.

Doré, François

VP Innovation and IT

Sabina Technics

François Doré is an aeronautical engineer who started at an international consulting firm, working in business transformation before working in an aeronautical supplies logistics company, then one of the most famous worldwide luxury brands as their Global Supply Chain Manager where he was ultimately promoted to Managing Director of their bespoke business. He joined Sabena Technics at the end of 2017 and is now the Deputy General Director in charge of Innovation and Strategy.

De Bree, Sander

CEO

EXSYN Aviation Solutions

Sander de Bree is founder and CEO of EXSYN Aviation Solutions; focusing on aircraft data management solutions for aviation. Sander is heavily specialized in the field of IT systems for aircraft maintenance and data management. He oversees all R&D projects within the company and is main focal point for all business development activities. Sander holds a degree in aeronautical engineering and holds specializations in human factors, continuous airworthiness management, aircraft maintenance and IT business systems.

De Borja Mas Boned, Francisco

Head of Innovation at Air Europa Maintenance

Air Europa Líneas Aéreas

Borja is a Telecommunications Engineer who started at Air Europa Maintenance in 2017 as Innovation Manager. During this time, in addition to managing different innovation projects, he has played a leading role in the implementation of eMRO and eMobility suite (TRAX) as project manager. This project was considered strategic within the company’s digital transformation plan, whose its GoLive was carried out on 13th July 2021 and which meant a mainstay for next future innovation projects which have been planned to be carried out at next years on Air Europa Maintenance digitalization roadmap.

Fernandez, Luis

Fuel Efficiency Manager

Volotea

Luis is an aeronautical engineer that stared at Volotea in 2016 as Safety Data Manager managing and analyzing flight data to maintain safety performance targets and reducing the risk within operation, currently, since 2018 he is the Fuel Efficiency manager developing the fuel efficiency and sustainability program and applying new data technologies to improve inefficiencies detection areas and drive Volotea to fuel consumption excellence.

Gronert, Gavin

Project Manager

Etihad Airways

With his background in aviation engineering and computer science Gavin has specialized in managing and utilizing data in aviation. Starting his career as data consultant Gavin worked on projects in data migration, data analysis & process automation. He joined Etihad Airway’s Technical department in 2020 with a key role in the MIS transformation project and is now overlooking the data strategy as part of the digital transformation at Etihad.

García, Juan Miguel Sánchez

B737 Captain at Air Europa

Air Europa Líneas Aéreas

Juan Miguel has been in aviation for over 20 years and is a current airline Captain on Boeing 737. He was also type rated on Airbus 330 and Embraer 195 throughout his career. He is also very passionate about hardware and software programming skills due to his academic background as an Engineer in Computer Science. He is involved in a digital transformation project in Air Europa to deploy TRAX eMobility suite with impact both in maintenance and flight operation environments, allowing him to combine his job as a pilot along with engineering works.

Hof, Henk

Head of ICAO and Concept

Eurocontrol

In his current position, as Head of the ICAO and Concepts, Mr. Hof is responsible for the contribution of the EUROCONTROL Agency to ICAO and for strategic initiation and facilitation on Concept development.Henk J. Hof started his professional carrier in 1985 as policy advisor on Communication, Navigation and Surveillance matters for the Dutch ATC authorities. He was member of the Dutch delegation for the ICAO FANS I and II committees and member of a number of ICAO Panels.In 1991 Mr. Hof joined the EUROCONTROL Agency where he started as Project Manager responsible for the standardisation and implementation of the Aeronautical Telecommunication Network (ATN).As Head of the Master Plan Maintenance Unit and Leader of the SESAR Master Plan Work Package, he was responsible for the development and maintenance of the European ATM Master Plan; the strategic plan for the evolution of European ATM.Mr. Hof is the EUROCONTROL member and the chairman of the ICAO ATM Requirements and Performance Panel (ATMRPP) and project manager of the European Concept for Higher airspace Operations (ECHO) project.

Højgaard, Peter Friis

Head of Flight Operation

Sunclass Airlines

Started out as an aircraft engineer over 20 years ago. After several years working within aircraft maintenance, I transitioned to continued airworthiness management. Since I have held several management positions in the areas of maintenance, continued airworthiness, regulatory oversight, and now within flight operations. In my current position, I have played a key role in the conception and implementation of a new flight operations IT landscape within Sunclass Airlines. I have a great passion for automating business processes and have a fundamental belief that every application should be capable of integrating with each other.

Kornyeva, Yuliya

Manager Engineering Business Systems

SmartLynx

Yuliya Kornyeva is an Engineering Business Systems Manager at SmartLynx Airlines, ensuring day-to-day business continuity in all matters relating to technical department IT systems. She holds an MSc in Instrumentation Engineering. Yuliya oversees and coordinates projects for new software products implementations, supports business processes optimization and integration with IT solutions, setup of data feeds between IT platforms, including Electronic Technical Log, M&E system, Digital Technical Records system, Airbus Skywise. Yuliya’s journey in aviation began 12 years ago. She has also worked as a CAMO manager, a senior project manager for variety of aviation and IT projects, a reliability engineer, a design engineer for industrial weighting systems and a lecturer in her alma mater.

Luomala, Atte

Production Development Engineer

Finnair

I have worked at Finnair for 25 years in several positions. I started in 1997 as an aircraft technician and after type courses, I worked as a licensed engineer (32S, 330 and 340). During 2005-2015 I worked as a production supervisor and from 2016 I have worked as Production Development Engineer in Aircraft Maintenance. During the past 6 years I have been involved with a tool data migration project, several AMOS upgrades, being Product Owner for IBM industry mobile apps (Inspect & Turn and Assign Tech) and leading of AMOS continuous improvement at Finnair. I live in Helsinki, Finland with my wife and dog. Travelling is my hobby and especially cruises around the world are important or me.

Maggiore, John

Senior Advisor

Cranfield University

As a former Boeing executive leader, John developed a portfolio of digitally driven tools and capabilities plus served as The Boeing Company Executive Focal to Cranfield University during the inception of DARTeC. He is a digital aviation expert, in the area of vehicle health management and digital MRO, holding two U.S. patents for innovations in the area of analytics and vehicle health management.  John is also an Executive Consultant with Collinear Group in Seattle where he focuses on digital transformation and efficiency initiatives and is passionate about applying digital methods to support sustainability in aerospace.

Murphy, Shane

ACC Specialist

ASL Airlines

Shane Murphy is an ACC Specialist for ASL Airlines for the last 2 years based in Dublin, Ireland. He has been working with the various entities in ASL and helping them migrate to the Group AMOS from legacy systems, as well as be involved with various different Engineering Projects. He has previous held roles with Ryanair as a Fleet Planner and AMOS Specialist and worked with Stobart Air with their Technical Services Department. 

Shane also previously served in the Irish Air Corps and during the pandemic acquired his Private Pilot’s License in pursuit of switching allegiances from Engineering to Flight Ops.

Mitev, Martin

Captain & Innovation Lead

Air Baltic

A technology fanatic since age 10, Martin obtained a degree in Computer Science in 2005. He has worked in various IT roles and is a pilot for Latvian national carrier airBaltic. A combination of his academic background, ambition, and previous work experience, led him to join various airline operations innovation projects as well: implementing RNP approaches on turboprops, creating an in-house pilot promotion system, and others. He continues to lead a dual life of an airline Captain and the airline’s newly appointed Innovation Lead, trying to change the world as every self-proclaimed futurist should.

Norton, Captain Spencer

Manager - Flight Efficiency & Evaluation

British Airways

Spencer is a Training Captain on the Airbus A320 fleet at British Airways and has held a management position for the last 15 years.  In his role as Manager – Flight Efficiency & Evaluation, he is responsible for fuel efficiency for all fleets and works closely with aircraft manufacturers and provides expertise and recommendations on airspace modernisation and efficiency improvements.  He was part of the Rule Making Group at EASA, writing the new EASA Fuel Scheme and chairs the IAG Flight Efficiency & Sustainability group and the Oneworld Fuel Efficiency group.

Nielsen, Lene

Business Analyst Nordic Leisure Travel Group IT

Sunclass Airlines

25+ years’ experience within airline operations disciplines such as rostering, dispatching and OCC duty officer has provided Lene with a unique view on airline operations. This led to a key business project role implementing consolidated ops systems within Thomas Cook Airlines Group and later her current position as Business Analyst in Nordic Leisure Travel Group. Lene acted as the and IT project manager for implementing N-Ops & Crew for Sunclass Airlines and is one of the driving forces to utilize the full potential of our new application landscape.

Olsen, Klaus

EFB Admin Services

Klaus have more than 15 years of EFB Administrator experience, earlier for Norwegian Air and now for a handful of airlines, inc. new startup Flyr. He manages EFB Admin Services Int. who delivers EFB Admin services under the oro.gen.205 and EFB support to airlines and suppliers world-wide. Klaus comes from a background as IT operations manager for Norwegian Financials Daily for close to 2 decades, and is a cyber security certified engineer. He is well known for his work ethic, which is often referred to as 24/7/365.

A main contributor to EFB development with software, hardware and connectivity providers, and never afraid to look at, and implement, new technology if it seems beneficial for more effective operations and a safer cockpit. Hands-on problem-solver with high work-ethic and even higher pace of work. Outspoken, creative, constructive listener, who never sugar coats (unfortunately…). More than once mistaken for being ignorant, frequently socially incompetent, and with a sense of humour that only the rarest seem to grasp. Despite this, openness, seriousness and quality do tend to be key elements in all his activities.

O'Mara, Rich

Partner

Time Consulting Group

Rich has been in aviation for over 30 years and is a current Airline Captain on the A321; he also works part-time as a partner for Time Consulting Group Limited overseeing their Aviation portfolio.

Rich started his aviation career in the RAF where he flew Tornados and since moving into the civil aviation world in 1996 he has held various Flight Operations Management roles including both Airbus and Boeing Fleet Manager and Head of Flight Crew.  He has managed numerous large projects including introduction of an EFB to a UK Airline in 2008, a 5-way AMOS merger and three successful ETL introductions in the UK, Denmark and Spain.

Romero Waldhorn, Jaime

Fuel Efficiency Manager

Wizz Air

Jaime Romero Waldhorn, Fuel Efficiency Manager at Wizz Air. He has a master’s degree in Traffic and Transport from the TU Darmstadt in Germany and over ten years of experience in the airline industry. Since 2018 he has been part of Wizz Air, starting his current role in 2020, overseeing the introduction and the monitoring of fuel efficiency initiatives.

Sayed, Arish

Manager, Projects – Technical

Etihad Airways

Being an active part of technical operations for the last 20 years, Arish has been directly involved in key transformational projects with Etihad Airways.

These include the Electronic Logbook and MIS transformation, among others, having overseen their successful adoption and implementation within the organization.

Arish has been a lead aircraft engineer and has also been involved with Aircraft Transfers, Entry into Service and 145 Training as part of his extended profile.

Toegel, Vincent

Fleet Chief B777

AeroLogic

Fleet Chief B777 at AeroLogic GmbH, is a Training Captain on the B777 with a total of 21 years in aviation, in which he held a management position for more than 10 years.  He is a member of the DHL Fuel Optimization Program and responsible for Flight Efficiency at Aerologic, beeing very passionate about Fuel Efficiency and Software due to his academic background in Electronics Engineering and Telecommunications.

Vermeij, Rob

Head of Operations

EXSYN Aviation Solutions

Rob Vermeij is Head of Operations at EXSYN Aviation Solutions, being responsible for all customer projects and acting account manager. He joined EXSYN as second employee in in 2014 and was in post at the birth of EXSYN’s data platform Rob holds a MSc degree from Cranfield University in Air Transport Management and a secondary degree in aeronautical engineering.

Yüksel, Orçun

Senior Documentation Specialist

SunExpress Airlines

Orcun Yuksel is the Senior Documentation Specialist for SunExpress Airlines. His team is responsible for managing all operational company documents centrally. He has 15 years of experience in structured content, web-based authoring, XML and HTML publications.

He has carried out many projects on content management to increase efficiency and reduce risks within the operations, including migrating from MS Word to XML base documentation, paperless cockpit, single-source content usage, and transitioning the EFB library to Comply365, etc.

He is currently planning new innovations to bring SunExpress’ Document Management System to a better position and increase the end-user experience.

If you have any questions at all, please do not hesitate to contact us:

Ed Haskey, Events Director: [email protected] / +44 1273 857 884

Scott Leslie, Conference Organiser: [email protected] / +44 7929 782 382

Michel Umabal, Conference Support: [email protected] / +971 54 551 8501 (Dubai)

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