SAE 2013 AeroTech Congress & Exhibition

September 24-26, 2013

Montréal, Quebec, Canada

Palais des congrés de Montréal

Special Events

Banquet

Sponsored by:
Bombadier

A can't miss event! Attend the SAE 2013 AeroTech Banquet with your peers and colleagues, and enjoy a unique opportunity to network with industry leaders. An additional ticket is required for the banquet. Business formal attire required.

H�l�ne V. Gagnon Banquet Speaker:
Hélène V. Gagnon
A year in the life of Canadian Aerospace
Vice President, Public Affairs, Communications and Corporate Social Responsibility Bombardier Aerospace

Chair of the Board Aerospace Industries Association of Canada for 2012-2013

This year's Banquet entertainment is Cirque Éloize, an internationally renowned Quebec-based performance group:

"Positioned at the heart of the renewal of circus arts, Cirque Éloize has been creating moving performances filled with magic since 1993. Continually striving for artistic perfection, it is one of the leaders in contemporary circus arts. Based on the multidisciplinary talents of its artists, Cirque Éloize expresses its innovative nature through theatricality and humanity, and combines circus arts with music, dance and theatre in a path-breaking and original manner. With ten original productions to its credit, Cirque Éloize has presented almost 4,000 performances in over 440 cities and 40 countries. Cirque Éloize has taken part in numerous prestigious international festivals and recently seduces Broadway with its show Rain which has been touring that major network of theaters since Fall 2007"

(excerpt from Cirque-Eloize.com)

Keynote and Opening Plenary Session

Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Keynote Speakers
8:30 - 12:00

Rob Dewar Rob Dewar
Vice President, C-Series
Bombardier Commercial Aircraft

Bombardier CSeries: Change is in the air!

The presentation will introduce the Bombardier CSeries aircraft, an entirely new family of single-aisle aircraft designed for the 100- to 149-seat market segment to meet today's operational realities. Read more...

Robert (Rob) Dewar was appointed to his current position as Vice President, CSeries, Bombardier Commercial Aircraft in April 2010. Read more...
Lieutenant General William N. Phillips Lieutenant General William N. Phillips
Principal Military Deputy
Assistant Secretary of the Army
(Acquisition, Logistics and Technology) and
Director, Acquisition Career Management

Presentation title: STEM: Sustaining Today, Inspiring Tomorrow's Youth

LTG William N. (Bill) Phillips became the Principal Military Deputy to the Assistant Secretary of the Army (Acquisition Logistics and Technology) and Director, Acquisition Career Management on 1 February 2010. In his previous assignment, he was the Commanding General, Joint Contracting Command-Iraq/Afghanistan in Baghdad, Iraq from February 2009 to January 2010. Prior to that assignment, LTG Phillips served as Commanding General, Picatinny Arsenal, New Jersey; Program Executive Officer Ammunition; and Commander, Joint Munitions and Lethality Life Cycle Management Command from May 2007 to January 2009. He also served as Deputy Program Executive Officer, Aviation, Redstone Arsenal, Alabama. Read more...

Paul Steele Paul Steele
Executive Director
Air Transport Action Group(ATAG)

Presentation title: Securing Our License to Grow - Shifting Paradigms for a Sustainable Aviation Future

Paul Steele is Executive Director of the Air Transport Action Group (ATAG), the only global association that represents all sectors of the air transport industry. Its mission is to promote aviation's sustainable growth for the benefit of global society.

He is also Corporate Secretary and Senior Vice-President, Member & External Relations, International Air Transport Association since 1 July 2013. Prior to that he spent five years as IATA's Director of Aviation Environment, responsible for guiding and implementing IATA's environment strategy worldwide. Read more...

Executive Panel

Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Moderator:

Hélène V. Gagnon
Vice President, Public Affairs, Communications and
Corporate Social Responsibility
Bombardier Aerospace

Chair of the Board
Aerospace Industries Association of Canada for 2012-2013

Panelists:

Todd V. Zarfos
Vice President Engineering Functions, Washington State Design Center
Senior Chief Engineer, Airplane Systems
Boeing Commercial Airplanes
Presentation title: Boeing's Initiatives Leading to a Sustainable Future

Jerzy Komorowski
General Manager, Aerospace Portfolio
National Research Council of Canada
Presentation title: Role of Government Research and Technology Organization in the Aerospace Innovation System in Canada

Julie Payette
Canadian Astronaut
Director of the Montreal Science Center
Presentation title: Space Exploration by Humans: Only the Beginning

Graham Webb, Ph.D.
Vice President and Chief Engineer
Next Generation Product Family
Pratt & Whitney
Presentation title: Advancements in Propulsion for a Sustainable Future

Littlewood Lecture - Garrett Lecture

William Littlewood Memorial Lecture

Wednesday, September 25, 2013
10:30 - 12:00

The Evolution of Aviation Safety Programs

Kenneth Hylander Kenneth Hylander SVP Corp Safety Security & Compliance
Delta Air Lines Inc.

Kenneth J. Hylander is Senior Vice President - Corporate Safety, Security & Compliance of Delta Air Lines. In this role, he is responsible for management and performance of the airline's overall safety and security programs and serves as the FAR 119.65 Director of Safety. In addition to safety and security, he also is responsible for internal evaluation, and environmental compliance and sustainability programs. Read more...

Garrett Lecture

Wednesday, September 25, 2013

HTF7000 Engine Design, Development and Uses

David K. Winstanley David K. Winstanley
Director of Mechanical Chief Engineers
Honeywell Aerospace

David K. Winstanley is currently the Director of Mechanical Chief Engineers for Honeywell Aerospace. Mr. Winstanley is responsible for managing all Chief Engineers who provide design approval and safety review for all Honeywell mechanical products. Mr. Winstanley has previously been responsible as Senior Chief Engineer for developing and installing integrated mechanical systems for the Airbus A350 extended mechanical systems perimeter (EMSP) and JSF/F35 power and thermal management system (PTMS). Read more...

Awards Luncheon

Wednesday, September 25, 2013
12:00 - 13:30

Sponsored by:

Pre-Banquet Reception

Wednesday, September 25, 2013
17:30 - 18:30

Banquet
19:00 - 21:00

Sponsored by:
Bombadier

Banquet Speaker:

A year in the life of Canadian Aerospace

Hélène V. Gagnon Hélène V. Gagnon
Vice President, Public Affairs, Communications and Corporate Social Responsibility
Bombardier Aerospace

Chair of the Board
Aerospace Industries Association of Canada for 2012-2013

Hélène V. Gagnon is Vice President, Public Affairs, Communications and Corporate Social Responsibility for Bombardier Aerospace, the third largest civil aircraft manufacturer. She is part of the senior management team reporting to the President. She manages Bombardier Aerospace's reputation and strengthens relationships and communications with key internal and external stakeholders worldwide, including Bombardier Aerospace's 30,000 employees, media, communities and governments. Read more...

Technical Tours

Technical Tours Sold Out; No longer available for booking

Monday, September 23, 2013

Bombardier Challenger facility (Dorval) Bombardier Challenger facility (Dorval) - 08:00 to 10:45
This 1 049 000sq. ft. facility is our final assembly line for the Challenger aircraft family (Challenger 850, 605 and 300). During this visit, you will see the entire process that a customer experiences when he buys our business aircrafts.
Capacity: 40 people
Cost: $25.00
See requirements below

Buses will begin loading at Avenue Viger Quest (Level 1) in front of the Viger Bus Terminal at 08:00 and depart promptly at 08:15 and return at 10:45

Bombardier Saint-Laurent Manufacturing Centre Bombardier Saint-Laurent Manufacturing Centre - 10:15 to 12:45
The Saint-Laurent Manufacturing Centre is the oldest Bombardier building. Acquired in 1986, this purchase was Bombardier's first step in the Aerospace industry. Today, this facility can be considered as the biggest supplier of manufactured parts and sub-assemblies for Bombardier plants worldwide
Capacity: 40 people
Cost: $25.00
See requirements below

Buses will begin loading at Avenue Viger Quest (Level 1) in front of the Viger Terminal at 10:15 and depart promptly at 10:30 and return at 12:45

Bombardier C Series Mockup - 12:00 to 15:00
The CSeries mock up in Montreal was built to give our stakeholders and customers an opportunity to experience the look and feel of this new aircraft interior. During this visit, you will navigate through a touch screen demonstrating the specifications of the aircraft, and will be invited to take a seat in our spacious cabin.
Capacity: 30 people
Cost: $25.00
See requirements below

Buses will begin loading at Avenue Viger Quest (Level 1) in front of the Viger Terminal at 12:00 and depart promptly at 12:15 and return at 15:00

 

 

Tour Requirements:
  • Non-US/Canadian citizens are required to provide Passport numbers
  • No cameras permitted
  • Cellular phones must be shut off during the entire tour
  • No open shoes & high heels at plant tours
  • No safety equipment is require for plant tours
Technical Tours Sold Out; No longer available for booking