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It is our pleasure to announce the return of the premier forum in Additive Manufacturing for Aerospace, Defence and Space which is set to take place in London on February 21-23, 2017.

With the potential to transform military supply chains and profoundly change the dynamics of the aerospace, defence and space industry – 2016 is the year where the promised benefits of Additive Manufacturing have really started to deliver value back to government and business.

Additive Manufacturing for Aerospace, Defence and Space 2017 is primed to help you streamline your supply chain, better manage your material input and process challenges and help you tailor your product strategies. The agenda will cover topics including policy, deployable applications, through-life service and repair, certification strategies and discussions around the new materials and processes that are enabling faster production of larger, lighter and cheaper components.

Providing an opportunity to engage collaboratively with thought leaders, technical experts and strategists in the AM community – hear case-studies and exclusive insight into future strategies to help you take advantage of the performance gains that additive manufacturing can offer the design of your product.

2017 Speakers:

  • Professor Stewart Williams - Director of Welding Engineering and Laser Processing Centre, Cranfield University
  • Dr. Tommaso Ghidini - Head of the Materials Technology Section, European Space Agency
  • Professor Veli Kujanpää - Chairman of Commission (Additive Manufacturing, Surfacing and Thermal Cutti, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland
  • Jens Lübbehüsen - Radiography Sales Manager Europe, Aerospace, General Electric
  • Dr. Greg Hayes - Technical Program Manager, TNO
  • Edward D Herderick - Additive Technologies Leader, General Electric
  • David Brackett - Technology Manager (Designate), Additive Manufacturing, Manufacturing Technology Centre
  • Jan Vandenbrande - Program Manager, TRAnsformative DESign, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency
  • Jason Gilmore - New Product and R&D Technical Lead, Airbus Defence and Space
  • Matthew Webb-Martin - Additive Layer Manufacturing nominated Lead for Combat Vehicles, BAE Systems Land UK Combat Vehicles
  • Moataz Attallah - Professor of the Advanced Materials Processing Lab (AMPLab), University of Birmingham
  • Emma Ryan - Research Engineer WAAM, Lockheed Martin
  • Jamie Mincher - Business Development, Glenalmond Group
  • Jonathan Meyer - Head of Additive Manufacturing, Airbus Group
  • John Dunstan - Head of New Product & Process Development Centre, BAE Systems
  • Dr. Rob Scudamore - Associate Director, Group Manager – Joining Technologies, Additive Manufacturing, TWI

Reasons to Attend:

  • Understand how the latest innovations in WAAM and material input technologies are realising the potential of AM by producing the larger, cheaper and lighter components that will enable you and your own organisation to grow your output
  • Streamline your supply chain by understanding how the deployable applications of AM, AM for through-life service and repair, and rapid prototyping are delivering quick and cost-effective capability to the point of need
  • Better manage your material input and process certification challenges by gaining exclusive insight into the latest strategies used by industry leadership
  • Inform your budgeting decisions and tailor your product strategies by engaging with senior leadership from across the aerospace, defence and space industries and hearing how cutting-edge industry-research collaboration projects are helping to maximise the opportunities for additive manufacturing in these spaces

Agenda Themes:

  • Certification and standardisation strategies delivering critical assurance for defence and aerospace applications
  • Space, air, land and sea applications for additive manufacturing processes
  • Complete production cycle evaluation and assessment of through-life costs
  • Training engineers to ‘think in additive manufacturing’ terms to utilise AM’s full potential
  • Innovation and new technologies developing additive manufacturing for defence & aerospace
  • Commercialisation of research and developing short-term additive manufacturing strategies
  • The National Additive Manufacturing Strategy and its consequences for the defence & aerospace agency

Venue:

Hilton London Olympia
380 Kensington High Street
London W14 8NL
United Kingdom

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