The conference will tackle two main themes: the first day focuses on the technological challenges and opportunities facing the global industry today, while the second day looks to new horizons and disruptive changes in future air transport systems. There will be 4 breakout sessions each day that will be run in parallel in 2 rooms. This year we are not asking delegates to sign up for the sessions – both rooms hold up to 220 delegates and each session, along with the plenary sessions will be filmed.
There are two new elements for this year’s conference. We are offering free exhibition space for companies that can demonstrate new and innovative ideas for UK aerospace; we particularly want to hear from smaller companies that could benefit from the platform to reach a wide audience. Further details can be found under the ‘Exhibiting’ tab.
We would also like to hear from companies interested in pitching. We are looking for companies with novel technology or solutions that are open to collaboration. Pitches will be limited to three minutes, followed by a two-minute Q&A. Feedback from assembled experts will be provided after the event. Further details can be found under the ‘Pitching’ tab.
We will also be showcasing some ATI Programme exhibits and would like to thank Airbus, GE Aviation and Rolls-Royce for their contributions.