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Breakout session Machines and Drives

AEROSPACE ELECTRIFICATION: ACCELERATING THE OPPORTUNITY VIRTUAL EVENT

30th September 2020, 14:00 - 16:30

Event page | Agenda

You are attending the Machines and Drives challenge session

The session is led by Marc Holme, Senior Director at Collins Aerospace Electronic Controls and Motor Systems and supported by Tom Hillman , Lead Simulation Engineer at YASA.

Please be aware that joining links may wary from group to group (we have three challenge session running in parellel).

These links are provided specifically for joining the event as part of the Machines and Drives challenge session group.

Joining the event

Section
Time
Session
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Section A

14:00 - 15:05

Plenary session (MS Teams Live)

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Section B

 

 

15:05 – 16:05

Breakout session: Machines and Drives

(MS Teams and Mural)

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Mural board

Section C

16:05 – 16:30

 

Plenary session (MS Teams Live)

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Session structure

1) Key challenges (15 min plus additional 5 min voting session to decide Top 3)

2) Discuss and shape Top 3 (15 mins)

3) Addressing the challenges (15 mins)

4) Next steps and commitments (10 mins)

Privacy and recording of the event

Please be aware that the event you are attending will be recorded (audio and video). However, the recording of the challenge session won't be shared publicly and will be used only to produce a written overview of the session and its outcomes. Please let us know before the event if you don't want your name or your company name to appear in the publicly available materials.

The recording of the plenary session and the overviews of all three sessions will be shared with all attendees and published on ATI and WMG websites, and social media pages.

If you have any specific Machines and Drives related question, please use the form below to submit it:

Privacy notice

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