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LEX A.I. & Digital Transformation of the Aerospace Industry

Tarif :
▶ Option I - Programme for 2 days (20th-21st): kr 9,800.-
including 2 nights at the Crowne Plaza Hotel and logistic expenses (meals, private transportation in Toulouse) – Flight tickets are not included.

▶ Option II - Programme for 2,5 days (20th-22nd): kr 13,500.-
including 3 nights at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, guided tour at Airbus assembly plant and logistic expenses (meals, private transportation in Toulouse…) – Flight tickets are not included.

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Visit one of the digitally most advanced European cluster, the Aerospace Valley in Toulouse. Get inspired and learn about potential for cross-industry cooperation.

 

Why Toulouse?

Toulouse is 1st French metropolis for economic growth, demographic evolution, job creation and investment in R&D. Some records:

  • World capital of aeronautics
  • European capital of the space industry
  • Toulouse plays a key role in international space projects such as Galileo, Curiosity (Mars) or Philae...
  • Home to the A380 ; the largest plane in the world
  • 25% of population are students
  • European capital of Science, the city hosted the 2018 edition of the EuroScience Open Forum (ESOF)
  • 8 local researchers ranked as world’s most influential scientists; more than double that of rankings found in other cities in the region (Clarivate Analytics, 2019)

Source:  www.invest-in-toulouse.com

 

Programme

Wednesday 20th of November

9:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

▶ Conference at Aerospace Valley cluster HQ moderated by Scandinavian Design Group.

Find the detailed conference programme below.

 

Evening

▶ Networking cocktail. 

 

Thursday 21st of November

Industrial visits

Morning

 Introduction and guided visit of Airbus's assembly plant, FabLab ProtoSpace and A350 FAL

Toulouse is the home of Airbus headquarters, but also a site for many Airbus divisions. It is the production location for numerous Airbus aircraft (including the A320, A350 XWB and A330), has facilities dedicated to cabin furnishing and painting, and is even home to the A380’s Final Assembly Line and flight preparation. Airbus has a wide range of activities in Toulouse: engineering (general design, systems and integration tests, definition of the structure and more), structural testing, materials processes development, systems organisation, flight tests, architecture and general design, integration tests and systems, propulsion, structural design and computation as well as aircraft painting and delivery. 

Airbus’ ProtoSpace facilities provide the environment, means and tools to develop disruptive concepts and accelerate the pace of innovation.

 

Afternoon

▶ Visit at LAAS-CNRS, Laboratory of Analysis and Architecture of Systems (LAAS)

LAAS’ research activities address complex systems to devise theories, methodologies and tools for modeling, designing and controlling them. The systems are of many kinds: integrated, embedded with real time and safety requirements, distributed, mobile, autonomous and robotics, and micro, nano and biological. They fall in various application domains such as aeronautics and space, telecommunications, transports, energy management and many others. 

The scientific research is divided into eight main departments: Critical Information Processing, Networks and Communications, Robotics, Decision and Optimization, Micro- and Nano-systems RF and Optics, Nano-Engineering and Integration, Energy Management, and Micro-, Nano- and Bio-Technologies.

 

 

(Optional) Friday 22nd of November

Morning

Visit of the hub for intelligent and connected systems

The Francazal airport is the new hub for innovative autonomous transportation in Toulouse. It is a 55 hectares urban reconversion project dedicated to experimentation of autonomous vehicles and drones. The site currently accommodates companies employing 300 people:

  • ATR (maintenance and prototyping programs).
  • Tarmac Aerosave (leading European aircraft storage company).
  • Airborne Concept (professional drone solutions).
  • Acia Aero Parts (aeronautics).
  • EasyMile (electric, autonomous shuttles)
  • Hyperloop Transportation Technologies.
  • EVA (Electric Visionary Aircrafts)

 

12 p.m.

▶ End of the programme

 

Contact

Ludovic Caubet Managing Director
caubet@ccfn.no

Programme

20 novembre 2019
09:00 Conference at Aerospace Valley cluster HQ | Moderator: Scandinavian Design Group
09:30 - 10:00 Welcome by Toulouse Metropole and Aerospace Valley | Opening by H.E. Oda Sletnes, Norwegian ambassador in France
10:00 - 11:00 Presentations from the Norwegian delegation on how the energy and maritime industries are moving fast towards a new digital era and which challenges they have to face.
11:00 - 11:30 Presentation of opportunities for European Innovation cooperation and funding (H2020 and other programmes) by Innovation Norway
11:30 - 12:00 Startups pitches (3 French & 3 Norwegian)
12:00 - 13:30 Networking lunch
13:30 - 15:00 Presentations on how Digital Transformation is reshaping the Aerospace Industry and which challenges it has to face. Topics ▶ Data analytics • Robotics/Automation • Remote operations • Maintenance Optimization & Cybersecurity
15:00 - 15:20 Break
15:20 - 17:00 Workshops on opportunities for bilateral cross industries cooperation
17:00 End of the forum
19:30 Networking cocktail
21 novembre 2019
09:30 - 12:00 Morning ▶ Introduction and guided visit of Airbus's assembly plant, FabLab ProtoSpace and A350 FAL
13:00 - 17:00 Afternoon ▶ Visit at LAAS-CNRS, Laboratory of Analysis and Architecture of Systems (LAAS)
22 novembre 2019
09:30 - 12:00 (Optional) Morning ▶ Visit of the hub for intelligent and connected systems at Francazal airport, hub for innovative autonomous transportation in Toulouse
12:00 End of the programme

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