Meetings/Workshops on Aviation & Spaceflight in China

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CAIS — 10th China Aviation Industry International Summit - Shanghai, Tianmu Lake
28 Oct 2020 - 29 Oct 2020 • Jiangsu, China
Organizer:
Galleon (Shanghai) Consulting Co., Ltd
Abstract:
In the future, the improvement of urbanization level and consumption upgrade in China will promote the continuous growth of air transport demand. Based on the analysis of the future development environment of air transport in China, the air transport market in China is expected to maintain stable growth in the next 20 years. Passenger turnover grew at an average annual rate of 7.4% and freight and mail turnover at an average annual rate of 9%. With the expansion and application of 5G technology in the field of aviation manufacturing, the smart technologies that China’s commercial aircraft manufactures need in the future include sensors required for production line upgrades, data communication technology, communication security technology, composite material placement detection technology, and surface defect precision detection technology, Application of AR technology in aircraft assembly process, etc. The next 10 years will be a crucial period for accelerating the rapid development of China’s aviation industry and a crucial period for realizing leapfrog development of the aviation industry. Seize the opportunity, aim at the target, with good domestic policy trends and open domestic and foreign cooperation to contribute to the development of the aviation industry.
Contact:
Phone: [+862151555203];     Email: marketing@galleon.cc
Event listing ID:
1374319
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CHIIF — The 4th Annual Civil Helicopter Industry International Forum2020
29 Oct 2020 • Jiangsu, China
Organizer:
Galleon (Shanghai) Consulting Co., Ltd.
Abstract:
At present, China’s helicopter industry has established a relatively complete R&D, production, supporting, materials, formed the product pattern of “multi - type of an aorcraft, series development”. Helicopter market has become the fastest growing segment of the domestic aviation sector, with an average growth rate of 25% over the past five years, from 300 to nearly 1,200, nearly quadrupling, and the market share rising from a fifth to a quarter. At present, the market volume of China’s civil helicopters is about 1,100, with a compound annual growth rate of nearly 20% over the past 10 years, growth is obvious. The figure is expected to climb to 4,000 in the next 10 years. For a country with such a vast territory, a large population and a complicated geographical and natural environment, China’s helicopters play an irreplaceable role in emergency rescue, aviation fire protection, medical services, industrial and agricultural operations, financial leasing and other civilian fields and have a wide range of applicatons. Domestic aviation emergency rescue system construstion, industrial structure upgrade and so on the actual demand and potential demand for helicopters are great. In addition, various domestic policies are making efforts to promote the development of aviation, cooperate with the reform of low-altitude airspace management, support the emerging aviation consumption demand, and accelerate the realization of the leap from “Hot up” to “Flying up”. However, the development of China’s civil helicopter industry is just beginning, so the period of the future is a crucial period for the development of civil helicopyer industry.
Contact:
Phone: [+862151555203];     Email: marketing@galleon.cc
Topics:
Industry Policy, Helicopter Operation, Informationize, Rescue Insurance, R&D Manufacturing
Event listing ID:
1374254
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MRO & Flight Ops IT Show China 2020
09 Dec 2020 - 10 Dec 2020 • Shanghai, China
Organizer:
Innowinn Group
Abstract:
The aviation industry is facing existential challenges as the COVID-19 still rages across the world. According to the ICAO, up to USD 270 billion potential gross operating revenue loss would be recorded for the full year of 2020 for airlines, depending on the pandemic duration and containment measures implemented. As capital-intensive industry, how airlines can weather this storm and protect their assets in the short and long term until the normality returns? Will COVID-19 accelerate the adoption of new IT technologies in MRO & flight operations? What are the solutions and new aviation technologies that we can tap into to improve MRO and flight operations efficiency, maximize fleet performance, and become more competitive and resilient in such difficult times? The 1st MRO & Flight Ops IT Show China 2020 (MFOISC 2020), taking place on 9-10 December in Shanghai, is going to gather around 300 industry experts and senior representatives from major airlines, MROs, OEMs and suppliers to discuss the latest status of the MRO and Flight Ops technologies development in China, share international experience and showcase technological advancements. This 2 days agenda will be packed with airline case studies and exciting technology showcases from world leading suppliers, OEMs through exhibition and presentations. If you are a solutions provider for the aviation MRO/flight ops sector, it is the right place you can't miss in 2020 in China. Limited FREE tickets are provided to airlines and MROs.
Contact:
Phone: [02156779010];     Email: BrianL@innowinn.com
Topics:
• Updates on new aviation IT technologies development in China(EFB、PBN、ADS-B、HUD、GLS); • Paperless and digital solutions for MRO and Flight Ops; • Fuel efficiency and flight planning optimization; • Live flight tracking and weather reporting; • Airline digital transformation programs; • Big data and advanced analytics;
Event listing ID:
1368471
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Last updated: 26 August 2020