The Institute is committed to producing high-quality research and analysis for the benefit of UK aerospace. Here you can find all our current publications: Raising Ambition, the UK aerospace technology strategy; our series of INSIGHT papers; other reports and documents; and details on Elevation, our bimonthly eNewsletter.
Please note that some reports are restricted and can only be provided to people working within the UK aerospace sector, and so will require registration before they can be downloaded.
Building on the Institute’s first UK aerospace technology strategy, published in July 2015, the Technology Strategy & Portfolio Update 2016 provides additional insight into the ambitious long-term plan to maximise the UK’s share of the global commercial aircraft market. It brings further clarity to the technology imperatives facing UK aerospace and the measures needed to tackle them.
INSIGHT_04 – Economic Impact of UK Aerospace Industrial Strategy
In INSIGHT_04 the focus is on the Economics of Aerospace. The publication will look at the economic impact of UK aerospace industrial strategy, and how Government investment in aerospace is making a real difference. The ATI analysis summarised in this paper shows that sustaining current levels of support to aerospace industrial strategy could return around £114 billion to the UK economy over the next 20 years and create and secure an additional 95,000 jobs by 2035.
INSIGHT_03 – Emerging technologies in commercial aircraft systems
This INSIGHT looks at the emerging technologies that will feature in future commercial aircraft systems. Energy storage will continue to be increasingly important as hybrid systems deliver whole aircra level benefits that rely on dependable and high capacity energy storage solutions. Intelligent systems deploying System-on-Chip, multi-core processors or safety critical so ware will be essential for securing and growing UK systems capability in aerospace. And cyber security strategies for aerospace need to be clearly har- nessed to ensure that disruptive technologies such as artificial intelligence can begin to be safely deployed in relevant applications.
INSIGHT_02 – Emerging technologies for propulsion
Our second INSIGHT focuses on the emerging technologies that will impact next-generation propulsion. More electric technologies are clearly a key focus for current and planned R&T projects. Thermal technologies are increasingly important in aerospace architectures as new concepts create increasingly demanding thermal loads with reducing opportunities for conventional heat dissipation. Noise is a specific target, driven in the nearer term by local environmental concerns. Emissions targets may also drive change in low smoke-producing combustion systems.
INSIGHT_01 – Digital Transformation
In this first issue of ATI’s INSIGHT, we focus on Digital Transformation. The paper explores the potential for digital transformation in aerospace, and examines the maturity of the UK aerospace sector’s digital capability. It has been informed by surveys of, and interviews with, industry leaders (both internal and external to the sector) conducted by the ATI. Most aerospace organisations surveyed are embedding digital technologies, but principally to deliver incremental efficiency and productivity improvements. Many are not considering the potential to change business models. In this regard, aerospace is following – but it could be leading.
Through-Life Engineering Services Technology Strategy for the UK Aerospace Sector
The Aerospace Technology Institute (ATI) has published a Through-life Engineering Services (TES) strategy that identifies the opportunities of transitioning to TES, and the technologies and capabilities required to enable the transition. Using insights gathered from the sector, the ATI has created a framework for understanding the technologies and capabilities required to deliver potential service offerings. It enables companies to assess where they are on their servitisation journey from a knowledge, tools and technology perspective.
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