Register to view this On-Demand Webinar (recorded 16th September 2021) and join aviation software and technology specialists Ramco, along with industry experts and learn about the emergence of new age air mobility in the form of Electric Vertical Take-Off and Landing (eVTOL) aircraft and Unmanned Aerial systems (UAS), or ‘drones’. Progress over the last few years has pushed this advanced air mobility market from an exciting, prospective technology to an established segment that will begin operations sooner rather than later, with many airlines, operators and cargo operators worldwide already placing recent tentative orders. Many leading players in the commercial space are projected to launch their products and services by 2024-25. During the Webinar, industry experts will talk you through the key issues such as: overall market readiness, emerging business models, as well as crucially how this new industry sector can learn from technology challenges facing traditional aviation and how digital technology and processes will define the success of this emerging market.
As you will see, in many ways, this industry will be different from the traditional aviation industry – from the design and manufacturing of aircraft to operations and the aftermarket, and down to logistics and supply chain. Yet some of the issues that plague the traditional aviation industry such as siloed processes, disparate and disconnected systems, lack of data sharing, manual processes and the tracking of physical logbooks still pose a challenge to this emerging market. During the Webinar expert speakers will address these challenges and show how next generation integrated digital solutions and processes can lead to success, including Electronic Flight Bags, fleet-wide operational status visibility dashboards, predictive maintenance solutions and more.
The Webinar is divided into five key sections:
1. Overall market readiness of eVTOLs and Advanced Air Mobility (AAM)
- Military vs. Civilian / Commercial: Certification process and timelines
- Commercial pricing pressure: how does the self-driving car impact commercial AAM?
- Risk Environment, commercial and military, and the impact on eVTOL concept feasibility
2. Implications on existing sub-segments (Commercial Operations, Air Medical, Firefighting, Geo-sensing, Oil & Gas etc.)
- Macro vs. micro: the trades of data fidelity and volume
- The war between knowledge and solved problems
– In some aviation applications, situational awareness is the payoff. In others, payloads must be delivered to create value. Where do we prioritize?
– Knowing something is on fire is good – it’s the first step to problem solving. Knowing about it doesn’t put the fire out, though.
3. Emerging business models
- Drones as a service: vertical integration
- Embedded innovation: replacing transactions with relationships
- Market consolidation and unrestrained segmentation/specialization
- Balancing defense/government and commercial services
4. Importance of ecosystem collaboration (Operators, Aftermarket, Supply Chain, Lessors)
- Can there be a jack of all trades in aviation?
- Risk assignment, mitigation, and acceptance vs. value creation
- Data sharing between OEMs and operators
- Regulatory requirements and value chain transparency
5. Data-driven operations powered by technology
- Fleet-wide operational status visibility
- Predictive maintenance
- Regulatory and commercial pressures
Stanley Springer, COO, DelMar Aerospace
Trevor Perrott CEO & Co-Founder of Censys Technologies Corporation
Michael Clark, Solution Advisor, Ramco Systems
About the Aircraft IT Webinar Series:
Every 2 weeks the Aircraft IT website hosts a different live Webinar, each Webinar hosted by a different IT Vendor. These sessions represent the perfect opportunity to learn about a software solution in a more informal manner and to quickly gain an in-depth knowledge of all the major systems on the market, all from the comfort of your own office or home with no sales pressure.
The IT vendor provides a live software demonstration/masterclass of their solution and explains how it can benefit airlines, MROs, Operators, OEMs, Leasing Companies. Once logged on, online delegates can ask questions via the interactive sections of the Webinar or simply sit back and watch and listen to the demonstration. There are two sessions during the day, each differently times to accommodate all time zones.
Each Webinar session is recorded, and an On-Demand version is then posted back to the Aircraft IT website a few days after the live session to allow you to view the content again with your colleagues. The library of On-Demand Webinar recordings provides an invaluable reference source of MRO software demonstrations from the World’s leading Flight Operations IT Vendors.
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