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Date: Wednesday 30th September 2020
Time: 14:00 - 16:30 BSM
Electrification is bringing a huge change for the aerospace sector

With this change comes challenges… and opportunities. ATI and WMG invite you this unique event to discuss the challenges of the electrification journey with key speakers from across the supply chain, from large OEMs to smaller start-ups, to build better understanding around this pivotal technology opportunity and to help accelerate the future potential opportunities. The purpose of the event is to build consortiums around the challenges with access to ATI funding for future R&D projects and to foster collaboration and networking cross-sector to encourage technology transfer from adjacent industries.

  • Virtual event via Microsoft Teams
  • Leading industry keynotes and panel discussions
  • Aerospace Electrification: challenge breakout sessions*
  • Networking
  • Machines and Drives: led by Collins Aerospace/ supported by Tim Woolmer, Yasa
  • Energy Storage: led by WMG/ supported by Doug Campbell, Electroflight
  • Systems Integration: led by Airbus/ supported by Paul Harris, Rolls-Royce
  • Each participant will be attending only one challenge breakout session. However, the overviews of all three sessions will be provided after the event
  • Due to its format the event has only a limited number of spaces available
  • Joining instructions will be provided one week before the event


Which one challenge session would you like to attend? Max of 1 to be selected (see link to briefs at top of page)
Which one challenge session would you like to attend? Max of 1 to be selected (see link to briefs at top of page)
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