2nd International Conference Aircraft Cabling



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Featured Speakers :

 Stephen Hunter
Stephen Hunter
Product Specialist - ACS Aerospace
W L Gore & Associates, UK
Ludovic Ybanez
Head of EWIS Rechearch and Technology department
LPS/Safran, France
Dr. Xavier Granados
Dr. Xavier Granados
Department Superconducting materials and large scale nanostructures
Institute of Materials Science of Barcelona, Spain
Prof. Dr. Josef Kallo
Prof. Dr. Josef Kallo
Coordinator electric flight
German Aerospace Center, Germany
 Nina Przybylska
Nina Przybylska
Electrical Engineer
TE Connectivity, UK
Dr. Arun Muley
Dr. Arun Muley
Thermal Management IPT Lead
Boeing Research and Technology, USA
Dr. Ralf Cremer
Dr. Ralf Cremer
Managing Director
Liebherr-Elektronik GmbH, Germany
 Mark Taylor
Mark Taylor
Product Manager
TE Connectivity, UK
Sarantis Poulimenakos
Regional Officer Air Navigation Systems / Implementation
INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION ORGANIZATION (ICAO), France
Dr. Noriko Morioka
Dr. Noriko Morioka
Manager, Control Systems Engineering Department, Research &Engineering Division, Aero-Engine & Space Operations
IHI Corporation, Japan
Dr. Kai-Christian Möller
Dr. Kai-Christian Möller
Corporate Strategy
Fraunhofer Battery Alliance, Germany
 Andreas Schletz
Andreas Schletz
Head of Department Devices and Reliability
Fraunhofer IISB, Germany
Dr. Serhiy Bozhko
Dr. Serhiy Bozhko
Principal Research Fellow, Power Electronics, Machine and Control Group
University of Nottingham, UK
 Paul Gemin
Paul Gemin
Senior Staff Engineer
GE Aviation, USA
Dr. Dirk Zimmer
Dr. Dirk Zimmer
Leader of Team: Energy Systems within Dept. of Aircraft System Dynamics
German Aerospace Center (DLR), Germany
 Steven Fletcher
Steven Fletcher
Research Associate
UNIVERSITY STRATHCLYDE, Scotland
 Kamiar J. Karimi
Kamiar J. Karimi
Senior Technical Fellow and Chief Engineer
Boeing Company, USA
 Christian Mercier
Christian Mercier
Chief Engineer, R&T Dept Innovative Power Solutions
Airbus Helicopters, France
 Robert A. Nye
Robert A. Nye
Technical Principal Electrical & Fiber Optic Interconnects
Boeing, USA
 Simon Taylor
Simon Taylor
Chief Engineer
Fokker Elmo BV, The Netherlands
 Andrew Martin
Andrew Martin
Principal Engineer, Power & Control Systems
Raytheon, UK
Prof. Peter Malkin
Prof. Peter Malkin
Professor Electrical Power Engineering
Cranfield University, UK
Dr. Tim Coombs
Dr. Tim Coombs
Senior Lecturer, Electrical Engineering Department
University of Cambridge, UK
 Michael Traskos
Michael Traskos
President, EWIS DER
Lectromec, USA
Prof. Chris Gerada
Prof. Chris Gerada
Professor of Electrical Machines, PEMC Group
University of Nottingham, UK
Jerome Bruel
Senior Expert Electrical Systems, Lightning & HIRF
EASA European Aviation Safety Agency, Germany
 Evgeni Ganev
Evgeni Ganev
Chief Engineer Electromechanical Power Systems
Honeywell International, USA
 David Arriola
David Arriola
Research Engineer
Hamburg University of Technology – Institute of Aircraft Systems Engineering, Germany

2nd International Conference Aircraft Cabling

Electrical Wiring Interconnection System (EWIS) - Electrical insulation systems - High temperature/High speed

With all the attention focused on the new technology, it is easy to overlook the critical role wire and cable plays in the development of the next-generation aircraft. Using an array of materials and system designs, wire and cable developers are striving to meet growing capacity demands, while holding the line on size and weight and meeting stringent regulations. It is an effort filled with daunting challenges and opportunities.

Like many other technology segments, the industry is caught between the seemingly competing demands to provide smaller, lighter products and greater capacity to meet the power needs of in-flight entertainment (IFE) systems. For operators, however, the overarching goal is fielding fuel efficient planes. Everyone has got one eye on the cost of fuel and (is) looking to drive down their operating costs.

The key is reducing size and weight without sacrificing quality. With this in mind, a great deal of research and development is being focused on insulation and conductor materials.

Furthermore, this year we want to give you MORE and that is why we are bringing together topics and experts in three parallel streams for: More Electric Aircraft - Aircraft Cabling - More Electric Engine.

  • Hear about smaller and lighter cables/wires with greater capacity to provide safe system integration and safe interconnection of components
  • Find new insulation and conductor materials to meet operators demands
  • Gain insights into preventing wire aging and cable failure and how to apply the latest approaches towards aircraft wire repair and maintenance strategies manner
  • Learn from aircraft wire harness installation case studies and best practices and gain deep insights into the latest aircraft cable technologies

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