The sixth edition of the Aerospace Innovation Forum will explore how disruptive technologies will influence the aerospace industry in its business model and how these changes will affect aerospace innovation in the future. Moreover, the influence of aerospace innovation itself as a vector for disruptive technologies for other industries will also be discussed. The Forum will focus on six key technologies we expect will represent the greatest potential for transformation of our sector :
o Advanced Manufacturing : next generation intelligent robotic systems, artificial intelligence, Internet of things and cloud computing for our plants ;
o 3-D Printed Vehicles : 3D data models to address the certification, manufacturing scale and new material challenges;
o Eco-Technologies : solutions and technologies for the challenges of emissions, energy consumption, noise, reuse and recycling of our products and services;
o Big Data for Mobility, Aviation and Space: commercial use of data generated through operations by the development of sensors and machine solutions including artificial intelligence concepts;
o On-Demand Autonomous Mobility : design, manufacturing and commercialisation of components and infrastructures of on-demand vehicles and autonomous systems based on a network of vertical take-off and landing vehicles (VTOL) ;
o Virtual Design and Testing: synthetic environments, machine learning and artificial intelligence to improve design for manufacturing and certification, on-demand autonomous and eco-technology programs.
The Aerospace Innovation Forum 2018 will start the International Aerospace Week in Montreal from April 16 to 20, 2018. More than 1500 Canadian and international professionals from the aerospace, transportation and ITC sectors are expected to attend conferences, workshops, B2B meetings and a technology exhibit. The Aerospace Innovation Forum is the largest gathering of aerospace professionals in Canada.
2018 FORUM PRICING
|Early bird rate (before 11:59 PM, March 15, 2018)
Save $ 200 on your registration!
· SME Members: 695 CAD (+ taxes)
· Other Members : 795 CAD (+ taxes)
· Non-Members: 1 195 CAD (+ taxes)
|Your registration includes
Two-day access to all conferences, workshops, luncheon conferences, Aéro Montréal cocktails, exhibitions and B2B meetings.
|Regular rate (from March 16 to April 16, 2018)
· SME Members: 895 CAD (+ taxes)
· Other Members : 995 CAD (+ taxes)
· Non-Members: 1 395 CAD (+ taxes)
· Student: 95 CAD (+taxes)
|· Two-day access to all conferences, workshops, luncheon conferences and exhibitions
· B2B meetings and Aéro Montréal cocktails are not included.
· Proof of student status is required for entry
” Members: 1 550 CAD (+ taxes)
” Non-Members: 2 550 CAD (+ taxes)
Unless the space rental contract states otherwise, a standard booth is 80 sq. ft. (8 m2): 8 feet by 10 feet, or a multiple of these dimensions. The maximum height of your booth and its contents will be 8 feet (or 2.5 metres), unless an agreement has been made previously with the promoter. Furthermore, no hanging of materials will be allowed without the promoter’s approval.
” Tube-shaped structure included with your space for a 8’x10′ booth
” 8′ high back curtain
” 3′ high side curtains
” One 15 amp electrical outlet ” 1 table and 2 chairs
” Wi-Fi Internet connection
” Identification of your organisation in the official guide
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Diplômé universitaire en histoire, journalisme et relations publiques, en 1993, Philippe Cauchi amorce une carrière de journalisme, analyste et consultant en aérospatiale. En 2013, il fonde avec Daniel Bordeleau, le site d’information aérospatial Info Aéro Québec.