Charting innovation, collaboration and challenges in predictive maintenance – less than one month to go to the Predictive Aircraft Maintenance conference


Senior figures from across all sectors of the aviation industry will participate in the Predictive Aircraft Maintenance conference, taking place in London on the 15-16 November.

The event is being organised by Real Response Media and MRO Management magazine, and will be held at the Pan Pacific London hotel in the UK’s capital city, with a welcome reception on 15 November and a full conference programme and tabletop exhibition space on 16 November.

The stellar collection of speakers includes Airbus’ SVP digital solution & innovation Lionel Rouby; Lufthansa Technic’s head of digital fleet solutions Mia Witzig and head of digital product sales and customer services Frank Martens; Air France Industries KLM Engineering and Maintenance’s digital products and services manager Rik van Lieshout and predictive maintenance lead Rob Stolk; GE Aviation’s fleet support director, customer and product support operations David Harper; and Cranfield University’s senior lecturer in enterprise systems, IVHM Centre Dr Ip-Shing Fan.

The Predictive Aircraft Maintenance conference will also feature speakers from Engine Lease Finance Corporation, Gamit, Rusada, Aerogility and more. Richard Brown, managing director of Naveo Consultancy, will chair the event.

Speakers will explore predictive aircraft maintenance technologies, demonstrating how the industry can use data generated on flights to enhance operational performance, safety and profitability. Case studies will highlight best practices while panel discussions will explore major topics from the perspective of all stakeholders, to enable those attending the event to learn about best practices and current trends.

“We are looking forward to a fantastic event in London in just less than month, and the Predictive Aircraft Maintenance conference will bring together key players, thought leaders and users of predictive maintenance solutions from across the globe to address what is working, what has been achieved so far, and what more needs to be done,” said MRO Management editor Jason Holland.

“Predictive maintenance solutions can have an extraordinarily positive impact, and the event is a fantastic opportunity to bring together MROs, airlines, manufacturers, software companies and other stakeholders to chart a course for the future.”

Registration is still open for the event, and tickets can be purchased here.

Gold Sponsor for the Predictive Aircraft Maintenance conference is EirTrade Aviation. Bolloré Logistics is the Silver Sponsor, with Lufthansa Technik and Gamit Aerospace Bronze Sponsors.

PDQ Airspares and ToolLive will be exhibiting at the event.

Sponsorship and exhibiting opportunities are still available. please email Anthony Wilkinson – [email protected] or Victoria Keeble – [email protected], or alternatively call +44 (0)208 444 2554.

[Main image: Lufthansa Technik’s AVIATAR predictive maintenance solution. Photo by Lufthansa Technic.]

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