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Smart, Connected and More Electric Systems in Aerospace - Joint IMechE/IET event

Lecture

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Joint IMechE/IET event. Smart, Connected and More Electric Systems are evolving at a fast pace in aerospace. Find out more at this talk.

Date and Time

23 November 2017 - 17:30-19:30

Location

Bedford, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)

Organiser

Organised by the UK - Thames&Chiltern:Bucks local network. Contact Andrew Dodd : 07801 459471 or andrew.dodd@theiet.org for more information.


About this event

Smart, Connected and More Electric Systems are evolving at pace in aerospace. These systems all contribute to the Whole Aircraft attributes of Safety, Fuel Efficiency, Emissions, Cost, Operational Needs and Flexibility, and Passenger Experience.  This presentation will explore several examples of these systems and look at how the challenges in aerospace compare and contrast with other transport modes and what this may drive in terms of technology trends.

Mark Scully is Head of Technology – Advanced Systems and Propulsion at the Aerospace Technology Institute (ATI).  Mark brings more than 30 years of experience gained in the aerospace sector to his role at ATI.  He has previously worked in senior management roles in aero engine technology.  Before that, he worked for an airframer in a key propulsion engineering role to support development and flight certification of a family of regional jets.  Mark has extensive experience of complex systems development in the aerospace sector as well applying this in both the energy and automotive sectors.  Mark is a Fellow of the Institution of Engineering and Technology and a Chartered Engineer.

Programme

Note: the event starts at 5.30pm with arrivals at the venue from 5.00pm

  • Arrivals and refreshments from 17:00
  • Talk starts at 17:30
  • Ends around 19:30


Reasons to attend

Smart, Connected and More Electric Systems are evolving at pace in aerospace. These systems all contribute to the Whole Aircraft attributes of Safety, Fuel Efficiency, Emissions, Cost, Operational Needs and Flexibility, and Passenger Experience.

The speaker is Mark Scully FIET CEng and is a Head of Technology at the Aerospace Technology Institute.

Continuing Professional Development

CPD logo declaring this event can contribute 2 hours towards your Continuing Professional Development

This event can contribute towards your Continuing Professional Development (CPD) as part of the IET's CPD monitoring scheme.

Additional information


Free taxi transportation can be arranged from the Quadrant (MK9 1EN) to Cranfield University and for the return journey when the event is finished.
The taxis will leave at 16:45 from the taxi bay in front of the Quadrant.

To assist transportation numbers please email any travel requests to Marco Baretta at: marco.baretta@networkrail.co.uk
Booking will close EOD Monday 20th November.



Note: the event starts at 5.30pm with arrivals at the venue from 5.00pm

Details of the venue can be found at http://www.venuecranfield.co.uk/venues/mitchell-hall.aspx

Registration information

This event can contribute towards your Continuing Professional Development (CPD) as part of the IET's CPD monitoring scheme.

Registration is recommended but not essential.



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