The Connected Aircraft Conference taking place from 30 April – 1 May 2018 in Dubai, UAE, will gather leading airlines and OEMs, plus satellite, avionics and IFEC providers, to discuss how advances in satellite connectivity can be leveraged to better inform maintenance strategies, flight paths and navigation for increased fuel savings, aircraft health monitoring and improved safety margins.
2nd Connected Aircraft Conference
With satellite technology enabling greater bandwidths on aircraft, in-flight connectivity has become an essential part of any passenger experience. With this in mind, the second edition of the Connected Aircraft Conference will return to discuss the compelling business case for the investment in onboard IP solutions – in the cockpit.
Attend the 2nd Connected Aircraft Conference and understand how to maximise the opportunities presented by next-gen aircraft such as improved passenger experience, reduced AOG, improved flight schedule integrity and improved safety.
Hear from a leading line-up of speakers including:
- Dolf Beltz, VP Engineering and IT Systems, Emirates
- Shajee Rafi, Manager Business Improvement – Base Maintenance, Emirates
- Muhammad Shaad Sheikh, Project Manager – Flight Operations Performance, Air Arabia
- Sunmuga Kanaratnam, Head of Engineering Department, Air Asia India
- Mr Rodolphe Parisot, Chief Digital Officer, AFI KLM E&M
- Dr. Khaled Abdel-Motagaly, Manager Innovation and Technology, Design, Engineering and Innovation, Etihad Airways
- Werner Putzler, Manager ACARS and Aircraft Communication, Etihad Airways
- Amir Ali, Chief Technical Officer, Engineering & Maintenance Department, Pakistan International Airlines
- Learn how to harness the airline data pipe for big data analytics and predictive maintenance
- Discuss new strategies and technologies for preventing aircraft cyber attacks in the age of connectivity
- Leverage passenger wi-fi connectivity for reduced safety margins and more accurate aircraft health monitoring
- Understand the relative pros and cons of the latest satellite technologies
- Learn how to develop new strategies for accommodating new manufacturer protocols for health monitoring of new generation IFC enabled aircraft
- Understand how the ACARS is evolving to become an essential component of the connected aircraft
Who should attend?
- Passenger Connectivity
- Cabin solutions
- Flight operations
- Flight Technical Operations
- Passenger Experience
- Cyber security
From the following industries:
- Regulation authorities