ICAS Emerging Technology Forum 2019

Digital Transformation in Aerospace

In connection with the meeting of the ICAS Programme Committee, September 2019 in Melbourne, Australia a two-day workshop was arranged. The workshop provided an excellent possibility to experts from all over the world in the field to exchange views and to identify further areas of potential cooperation.
The workshop programme, the presentations during the workshop and the media release can be downloaded below. In case of problem with downloading - contact the ICAS Secretariat.
Downloads of the presentations will be available as soon as we get permission from the speakers.

Workshop Programme:

Day 1

Welcome adress of Prof. Joao Azevedo, Chair ICAS Programme Committee

ISSAC (Integrated Simulation System for Aerospace Vehicle) – Toward Digital Flight Based on High-Fidelity Numerical Simulation
Yuichi Matsuo, Aeronautical Technology Directorate, JAXA, Japan

Virtual, Mixed and Augmented Reality in Aeronautics: Challenges and Applications
Emilia Villani, Instituto Tecnológico de Aeronáutica, ITA, Brazil

Digital Thread Implementation at Boeing Aerostructures Australia
Peter Aldridge, Boeing Australia, Australia

Towards the Virtual Fatigue Test
Ben Dixon, Defence Science and Technology Group (DSTG), Australia

Towards a Big Data-enabled Digital Twin for Large-Scale Infra-structure Planning
Dimitri Mavris, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA

Data Mining for Aircraft Design Space
Shigeru Obayashi, Tohoku University, Japan

Leveraging the Digital Revolution for Industrial Performance: A Step Change for A320 Nose Section
François Bouissiere, Airbus, France

Industry Renaissance: The Future of Manufacturing in the Aero-space Industry
Prashanth Mysore, Dassault Systemes, Australia

Smart Factories, Using the Digital Thread from Design to Production to Quality
Kingsley Edgar and Shripathi Vittal Rao, MSC Software Corporation, Australia

Day 2

Digital Factory – EMBRAER: Being Digital from Design to Manufacturing
João Zerbini, Embraer, Brazil

Digital Design for Manufacturing: A Case Study
Kellie Johnston, Boeing Australia, Australia

Defence’s Experience in Additive Manufacture
Alex Shekhter, Defence Science and Technology Group (DSTG), Australia

3-Dimensional Manufacture of Aerospace Titanium Component Parts
Edward Lui, RMIT University, Australia

An Industry 4.0 Approach to 3D Printing of Carbon Fibre Compo-sites
Bronwyn Fox, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia

Additive Manufacturing and Certification of Aircraft Interior Components
Doug McPherson and Inam Ullah, Memko Pty Ltd, Australia

Data-Driven Capabilities and In-Service Experience: The Next Era for Product Improvement
Mattia Padulo, Airbus, France

Repair of High Value Aerospace Components through Laser Metal Deposition
Cameron Barr, RMIT University, Australia

Operationalising Industry 4.0 in Business
Nico Adams and Shanti Krishnan, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia

The Digital Gap Between Design, Manufacturing and Maintenance
Miro Miletic, Memko Pty Ltd, Australia

Towards the Digital Thread – Operating Digital Design Systems
Björn Nagel, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Germany

Digital Transformation in the Chinese Aviation Industry
Xinguo Zhang, Aviation Industry Corporation of China (AVIC), China

Summarising Press Release from ICAS Workshop 2019