SAE 2015 Aviation Technology Forum

June 9-10, 2015

Shanghai, China

Renaissance Shanghai Pudong Hotel

Speakers

Forecasting The China Aerospace Market

David Prevor David Prevor
Head of Market Research and Forecast
Airbus Helicopters

David Prevor leads the Marketing Analysis and Forecast department in the Airbus Helicopters Strategy & Marketing directorate where he is responsible for market studies that underpin Airbus helicopter product strategy. In this role, David and his team charged with deriving an understanding of the future commercial & military helicopter market. David graduated from the National School of Civil Aviation (ENAC) as an aeronautical engineer with a specialization in Air Transport Economy (economics, fleet planning, forecasting, financing, and statistics) and Aeronautical Techniques (flight operations, aeronautics, avionics, and control systems).

CAAC'S Cerification, ARJ21 / C919 / 929 Lessons Learned from ARJ21 TO C919 / 929ARJ21 / C919 / 929

Yao Lu Yao Lu
Director of Aircraft Airworthiness Institute
Center of Aviation Safety Technology, CAAC

Senior Engineer. He received his master degree in material science and technology from the Beijing University of Aeronautics & Astronautics, and works for the China Academy of Science and Technology of Civil Aviation Science and Technology. He participated the type validation projects of Airbus a380, Embraer 190/195 airplanes etc. He was the TCB secretary and certification team member for ARJ21-700 and now is the TCB member for C919 airplane. He also has research experience and expertise in the areas of aircraft certification compliance technologies.

Aerospace Materials - Alloys & Composites

Prof. Murray L. Scott Prof. Murray L. Scott
Managing Director
Advanced Composite Structures Australia Pty Ltd

Murray Scott is Managing Director of Advanced Composite Structures Australia, and CEO of the CRC for Advanced Composite Structures, both of which have their head offices in Melbourne, Australia. He is an Adjunct Professor of RMIT University and has 35 years of Aerospace Engineering experience, working in Australia and internationally. His outstanding record of achievement in research and professional activities includes terms as President of the International Council of the Aeronautical Sciences and the International Committee on Composite Materials. He is a Fellow of the Royal Aeronautical Society, the Australian Academy of Technological Sciences & Engineering and several other organizations.

Martin MA Martin MA
Executive Director of ETA-China
Engineering Technology Associates (China), Inc.

Mr. Martin Ma graduated from Sichuan University with Mechanical master degree and obtained MBA degree from Shanghai Jiaotong University. He joined ETA since 2001, during these fourteen years, he is responsible for strategic development of CAD/CAM/CAE products and operation management in China market. Since 2009, ETA signed the agreement with Dimensional Control System Co. for the promotion of 3DCS software and GD&T technology. ETA, as the VCP (Value Channel Partner) of DCS, works with DCS to support the GD&T technology into Auto and Aerospace industries. Through ETA team's promotion in China, ETA become the top GD&T and CAE software and service provider in China.

Tso Status Harmonization of Standards Between US & China

Alex Wilson Alex Wilson
Director Business Development
Wind River

Alex Wilson obtained a BSc(Eng) in Electrical Engineering from Imperial College, London in 1986. Prior to Wind River, Alex worked at British Aerospace on Automated Test Equipment for various Inertial Navigation Systems using VME and RTOS technology. He then worked as a Field Applications Engineer (FAE) for Motorola Computer Group working with 68k and PowerPC VME boards and 3rd party Real Time Operating Systems. He joined Wind River in the UK as an FAE in 1996 supporting VxWorks and Tornado. In 2002 he became European Business Development Manager for Wind River focusing on the Aerospace and Defence market. As Director of Business Development, Aerospace and Defence for Wind River, he is responsible for A&D programs, and is part of the Wind River Strategic Marketing Team.

Eric Peterson Eric Peterson
Vice-chairman of SAE International S-18 Committee
Electron II

Mr. Peterson is Vice-President of Systems and Safety for Electron International, Inc. He holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Montana State University. Mr. Peterson has over 38 years' experience in management, system design and analysis, development of hardware & software and safety assessments for commercial and military flight critical avionic, engine control, ground based navigation augmentation and fly-by-wire system applications. Mr. Peterson is an active member of Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) and presently serves as the SAE S-18 Aircraft & Systems Development and Safety Assessment Committee Vice-Chairman. He provides industry instruction on these industry standards; presenting the ARP4754A training seminar over 35 times on four continents.

Challenges / Opportunities in Aircraft Development

Henry Claeys
Sr. Technology Fellow
Honeywell

Mr. Claeys has nearly 30 years of aerospace experience spanning technology, systems engineering, systems integration, program management, engineering management / leadership. In his current role as technology fellow, he is responsible for technology strategy, technology development, systems integration and technology transition for Air and Thermal Management systems. Mr Claeys has a Masters Degree in Mechanical Engineering from Stanford University and a Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Virginia.

Kathy Kang Kathy Kang
Director of More Electric System Department
Bastri Comac

Kathy Kang has 15 years experiences in aircraft system development and product design, specializing in aircraft power supply system: Starter/Generator control system, Power conversion and power distribution system design. Her major is power system, motor control and power electronics respectively for her bachelor, Master and Doctor Degree. Her current research area is mainly for the more electric aircraft (MEA) technique including the conceptual design for the e-ECS, e-actuator, WIPS , E-brake system , system simulation and integration. Kang is also holding MBA from Rotman Business School, University of Toronto

Electronics Design and Certification

Alex Wilson Alex Wilson
Director Business Development
Wind River

(Bio Above)

Nicolas Favarcq Nicolas Favarcq
Director Marketing & Innovation
Spherea Test & Services

Nicolas Favarcq is responsible for Marketing and Innovation department within Spherea Test & Services. His team is in charge of creating next generation products such as Universal Maintenance Test Benches for Aircraft Units, High Productivity Aircraft Manufacturing Test Products, or Model Based Testing solutions. He joined Spherea in 2003. Before that he started his career back in 1998 working as for Barfield INC,.a MRO located in Miami. In 2000, he joined Wuilfert, a company designing real time motion simulators, as Engineering Department Director. He graduated as an engineer from the ICAM in Toulouse.

Dr. Mirko Jakovljevic Dr. Mirko Jakovljevic
Solution Architect
Integrated Critical Systems

Complex Systems Integration

Eric Peterson Eric Peterson
Vice-chairman of SAE International S-18 Committee
Electron II

(Bio Above)

Henry Claeys
Sr. Technology Fellow
Honeywell

(Bio Above)

Neil Partridge
Consultant Engineer and Project Manager
Consultant

Neil has 26 years of international experience - gained predominantly in the aerospace and defence sector. Neil began his career at Ferranti Defence Systems, Scotland. Whilst working full-time, Neil completed a BSc in Electrical and Electronic Engineering. Neil spent the majority his career at Ferranti engaged as a Radar Systems Test Engineer. Neil spent a brief period in Madrid working as a consultant to EADS-Airbus on the A330MRTT programme undertaking environmental compliance analysis and software integration activities. Neil then worked for Brisbane based technology company, Intellection. In that capacity he worked as Integration and Test Manager establishing test and certification methodologies for the company's products. Neil was the Chief Engineer at Metal Storm - a Brisbane based defense company. Neil was responsible for leading the development of the company's electronically fired, multi-shot weapon systems.