Panel Discussion - PBExpo

PBEXPO 2019 PANEL DISCUSSION TOPICS

Predictive Maintenance Technologies

How is the industry collaborating for better outcomes and what technologies are being adopted across all players? Key themes discussed include machine learning / artificial intelligence platforms and how they are fundamentally changing the way maintenance and service parts are planned, scheduled, and executed.

March 13, 2019 & 11:30am-12:15pm: - Keynote Stage
PANEL MEMBERS INCLUDES:
New Craig A
Michael Wm Denis
jeff brown

Crisis on the Horizon-Skilled Labor Shortage in Aviation

There is a growing skilled labor shortage in the aviation & aerospace industry, how is this affecting production? Is the adoption of AI (artificial intelligence) & AR (augmented reality) a reality or 2001 space odyssey? What role does robotics, voice recognition automation and robotic process automation play?

March 13, 2019 & 9:00am-9:45am: - Keynote Stage
PANEL MEMBERS INCLUDES:
Freddy Robaina
Shane Ballman
David Taylor

Growing Parts Demand - An OEM & Aftermarket Perspective

With growing demand of used parts for mature aircraft & engine, what technologies are critical to address parts demand? How is the industry adopting Artificial Intelligence and Blockchain? How can multi-echelon technique for repairable item control and readiness based sparing contribute?

March 13, 2019 & 2:30pm-3:15pm - Keynote Stage
PANEL MEMBERS INCLUDES:
Jens Peder Pedersen
Jason Pancis
alain

Improved Supply Chain Management

What is the future of integration of systems for inventory optimization? Will there be more transparency b/w OEM’s Airline and Aftermarket? Collaborative Planning, Forecasting & Replenishment (CPFR) is gaining adoption – it is the collaboration between OEMs, Service Parts Distributors and sharing asset utilization / maintenance / inventory data and Readiness Based Sparing or Service Parts Optimization technologies.

March 14, 2019 & 11:00am-11:45am - Keynote Stage
PANEL MEMBERS INCLUDES:
Freddy Robaina
Jim Grason
Lisa Butters
mike-tarallo

Cyber Security in Aviation - The Impact of IoT and the "Connected Aircraft"

With the aviation industry becoming more connected and the dawn of IoT, how secure is the industry? What are the potential challenges within the industry? How will suppliers assure their technology is keeping up with the airlines? Will there be more transparency?

March 14, 2019 & 12:00pm-12:45pm: - Keynote Stage
PANEL MEMBERS INCLUDES:
MIKE LEVIN
Eduardo Cabrera
Ron Layton
Derek Strickland
Michael Goldstein

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