SAE 2018 Aerospace Standards Summit

"Humans on the Loop—The Role of Humans in Automated Systems"


October 2-3, 2018 │ Tysons Corner VA, USA

SAE 2017 Aerospace Standards Summit presentations

Keynote Presentations Day 1

The role of Industry Standards in EASA regulatory framework—Daeschker & Medal - EASA
Background and Updates from 2016 Summit—Alexander - Aerospace Standards

Keynote Presentations Day 2

Promoting Aerospace Interoperability within the NATO Alliance—Cioni - NATO

IoT and Digital Manufacturing

Digital Transformation in Aerospace - A UK Perspective—Clarke - ATI
PLM -the backbone of 'Digital Twin'—Fernandes - Atos
Digital Twin for Product Design—Keskin - Rolls-Royce
Informed Service & Support → Better Operations—Gutzmer - Schaeffler


ICACO Cyber Programme—Macfarlane - ICAO
Standards on cybersecurity, an aviation framework—Rosay - Certification Directorate
Aircraft Systems Information Security & Protection—Cabler - FAA, AVS
Security by Design—Flohr - SESAR JU
Hybrid Cyber Warfare,dual risks risks?—Zorzino - CESMA

Nano Materials

Future Aerospace Opportunities for Graphene and the need for Standards—Lambourne - Rolls Royce
Advanced characterization: the key factor for standardization at nm-scale—Sereda - CSEM

Novel Vertical Flight

General Aviation Manufacturers Association—Martin - European Regulatory Affairs
Multi-rotor VTOL aircraft with distributed electric propulsion - background, current status and future prospects—Wolf - e-volo GmbH, Bruchsal
Aviation Goes Electric (Electric & Hybrid Propulsion Project)—Reichel - EASA


Model Based Systems Engineering—Harding, Kemp, Panella, & Marwedel - INCOSE
Using MBSE to balance innovation, creativity and compliance—Kemp
Innovation: Compliance or Creativity?—Panella - UTC Aerospace Systems
New perspectives on model-based systems engineering—Marwedel - Airbus Engineering

Wireless Networking

Certification Considerations for Data Buses and its Wireless Versions—Runge - EASA
Wireless Avionics intra-Communications (WAIC)—Schwark - Airbus
Wireless Sensor Networks for Aerospace Applications—Zaghart - University of Southampton, UK