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Conférence, Aérospatial

More Electric & Hybrid Aircraft Conference

Adresse :
Washington, DC, United States
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20 - 22 mai 2019 2019-05-20 2019-05-22 America/Toronto More Electric & Hybrid Aircraft Conference Washington, DC, United States

Speeding up the Implementation of (More) Electric & Hybrid Aircraft: Well-tested, Secure and Cost-Effective

More Electric & Hybrid Aircraft USA will bring together relevant stakeholders to ensure maximum knowledge transfer and professional exchange. During a full three-days-program with lectures and interactive workshops you will meet international experts from OEMs, major airlines, associations, suppliers, and academia to discuss, hear and learn about their experiences and challenges in the fields of More Electric & Hybrid Aircraft.

Join us to share ideas, problems and solutions relating to technological developments as well as future concepts associated to more electrical & hybrid aircraft!

  • Discuss the economic opportunities of more electric & hybrid aircraft with major airlines
  • Explore the certification requirements with the most important regulatory bodies and aviation associations
  • Learn from best cases on current electric and hybrid prototypes from technology leaders and creative start-ups
  • Discover new electric & hybrid propulsion systems
  • Explore the latest advancements on energy storage, battery technology and fuel cells
  • Discuss the latest practical solutions from general aviation, urban air mobility and regional aviation (and more!)
  • Move from more electric aicraft (MEA) to all electric aircraft (AEA)

Visit us and discuss the following topics among others:

  • Optimal design of electric systems for MEA
  • Power Electronics: High temperature PE
  • Commuter Aircraft and Helicopter
  • Move to More Electric Aircraft - results and upcoming projects
  • Hybrid-electric distributed propulsion system
  • Energy storage as the key to MEA design success
  • Potentials, challenges and limits of intelligent and effective thermal management