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Annual Safety Conference 2016

New Technologies and New Business Models: Meeting expectations


Bratislava, 25 & 26 October 2016

Draft Agenda (revision 1)


DAY 1, 25/10/2016
TIME

TITLE, SPEAKER

08:00 H 09:15 H

CHECK-IN AND WELCOME COFFEE

09:15 H 09:30 H

WELCOME
Minister of Transport
Opening
Patrick Ky, EASA Executive Director
Keynote Speech
TBD
Keynote Speech
CEO, Industry

09:30 H 09:45 H
09:45 H 10:00 H
10:00 H 10:15 H
10:15 H 11:00 H

NETWORKING COFFEE BREAK

11:00 H 12:30 H

Panel 1: New Business Models Challenging legacy concepts


The single market is a fertile ground for business innovation and economic growth. It creates
new opportunities for better services in more areas. At the same time it challenges rules created
for a fragmented market with nationalised companies. Norwegian Air is a good example of a
companys business model with multiple airline operator certificates, challenging legacy rules.

12:30 H 13:45 H

NETWORKING LUNCH BREAK

13:45 H 15:00 H

Panel 2: Autonomous vehicles and AI: Less human involvement, bringing more safety?
Improvements in Artificial Intelligence (AI) such as deep learning and leaps in sensor technology
are bringing new capabilities and novel solutions. Autonomous vehicles in the air and on the
ground are contributing towards less human errors. What is the regulatory infrastructure
needed for these new technologies to work?

15:00 H 15:45 H

NETWORKING COFFEE BREAK

15:45 H 17:00 H

Panel 3: Digital Transformation of Production: e.g. 3D Printing and Robotics


Some call it Industry 4.0, others digital transformation. Regardless of the term, technologies in
production are changing the geography of manufacturing and the supply chain strategies. The
aerospace industry is a global industry, using novel materials and it is already a pioneer in many
of these technologies.

19:30 H

EVENING GET TOGETHER

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Annual Safety Conference 2016


New Technologies and New Business Models: Meeting expectations
Bratislava, 25 & 26 October 2016

DAY 2, 26/10/2016
TIME

TITLE, SPEAKER

08:30 H 09:00 H

CHECK-IN AND WELCOME

09:00 H 10:15 H

Panel 4: Is General Aviation the incubator for new technologies? The case of Electrical
Propulsion and advanced avionics
One of the first test-beds or eraly adopters of new technologies is General Aviation. Electric
propulsion or advanced aviaonincs are commercial realities and very succesful ones. It is
important for rules not to restrict innovation and to remain open for new technologies.

10:15 H 11:00 H

NETWORKING COFFEE BREAK

11:00 H 12:15 H

Panel 5: New business models Flight sharing, weather apps and other disruptive innovations
Business innovation as it is materialising in the form of the sharing economy is challenging past
norms by bringing new capabilities and blurring the lines between what is commercial or simply
leisure. Apps for sharing a flight or sharing an aircraft are questioning whether a new way of
thinking is needed to accommodate growth through innovation. Also, apps making available
aeronautical and weather information are changing the way the AIS industry

12:15 H 13:30 H

NETWORKING LUNCH BREAK

13:30 H 14:45 H

Panel 6: Processing & Sharing safety information from Privacy to Cybersecurity


Big data and the sharing of data are very often presented as the solution to many problems.
However these technologies and techniques bring their own issues, such as privacy protection
and data security. Differential privacy, data de-identification are just some of the ideas that can
enable change to happen.

14:45 H 15:30 H

COFFEE BREAK

15:30 H 16:45 H

Panel 7: Actions from the Regulator


A more flexible and proportionate approach to regulating avation is a reality through targeted
actions in General Aviation and in aircraft certification. However this is might not be enough, as
such chenges need to become a model for the DNA of every new regulation.

16:45 H 17:00 H

CLOSING REMARKS
Patrick Ky, EASA Executive Director

An agency of the European Union

TE.GEN.00408-002

Postal address: Postfach 10 12 53


50452 Cologne, Germany
Visiting address: Konrad-Adenauer-Ufer 3
50668 Cologne, Germany

Tel.: +49 221 89990 XXXX


E-mail: info@easa.europa.eu
Web: www.easa.europa.eu
ISO 9001 Certified

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