Agenda

With a mixture of 15 minute (TED-style) presentations and in-depth panels, Revolution.Aero Europe will bring you new insights you can use. 

There will also be lots of opportunities for you to shape the debate with live and electronic Q&A at the end of each session - as well interactive polling and the opportunity to post anonymous comments. You do not just sit and listen, you lead the content.

All attendees will also vote for the winners during Pitch@Revolution.Aero 

If you are interested in speaking please email: Louisa@corporatejetinvestor.com

topics to be covered:

Why electric flight is the future for aviation
Paul Touw, Entrepreneur

Cosmic Vertigo
Insight into ESA's missions exploring the solar system and the wider Universe
Mark McCaughrean, European Space Agency

Testing your investment
Tobias Willuhn, Rhode & Schwarz

Improving efficiency of the current infrastructure
Benoit Senellart, LISA Airplanes

Rethinking mobility
Why the sky is the best place to travel
How hard (and expensive) is certification?
Why profitable production is hard
Jonathan Carrier, Aeromobil
Arnaud Didey, Neoptera
Evgeni Borisov, VIMANA
Michael Darcy, Vertical Aerospace

The internet of aircraft
The challenge of connecting flying objects
Improving the cabin and cockpit experience
Lisa Peterson, Gogo Business Aviation

Can you really democratise business aviation?
How can you cut costs when margins are already low?
Why empty legs are a distraction?
Limitations with online booking
Clive Jackson, Alyssum
Adam Twidell, PrivateFly

Making business and personal aviation more efficient
How to rethink operating aircraft
Is there room for smaller aircraft?
Can you really digitise such an old-fashioned industry?
Gillian Hayes, AVIAA

How short take-off and landing aircraft can revolutionise travel
Rethinking regional aviation with smaller aircraft
STOL versus longer range EVTOL
Omer Bar-Yohay, Eviation

Why electric aircraft are the future of flight training
The pilot challenge
Why training fits electricity

Why blockchain fits aviation
Benefits of blockchain: traceability, security, efficiency and security
Where it can make a difference
Aiham Bader, Click Aviation Network
Sandra Ro, Global Blockchain Business Council

Distributed Aviation – A future history of how electric aviation got us there
The rise of the eLCCs
Darrell Swanson, Swanson Aviation Consultancy

The Age Of Digital Disruption . . . But What About Business Aviation?
With so many industries being affected today by technology, we explore where business aviation stands as compared to the world we live in and whether the same level of disruption is possible
Armando Antonini, CharterPad

Electrifying aviation
When will passengers be using commercial electric aircraft
Lithium versus oil
Frank Anton. Siemens

The first securitised token offering for aviation
How tokenisation works
Making money from aircraft ownership
Andy Hudson, Jupiter Aviation

Why freight is great
Why certifying freight is easier
Key freight routes outside urban areas
Hannan Parvizan, Volans-i
Felix Arnold, BEE Applicance

Powering the revolution
Latest developments in battery technology
Why it is not if, but when
Moderator: Robert Thompson, Rolland Berger

Picking winners
Investing in aircraft versus other aviation companies
How can you estimate the time need to get certification?
Do early investors in any transportation revolution get payback
Dean Donovan, Diamond Stream Partners
James Nettleton, InMotion Ventures

Alice Ferrari, Founders Factory
Angela Shi, Plug & Play Tech Centre
Raj Singh, JetBlue Technology Ventures

Working with regulators and other stakeholders
Educating lawmakers
How to get your message across
Juergen Weise, EBAA

Is this the end of operators?
When aircraft are autonomous who needs an operator?
Is the future for aircraft management software rather than people?
Underestimating regulators
Charlotte Pederson, Luxaviation Helicopters

The challenge of certifying and building aircraft
Lessons from other manufacturers
Why aviation is unique
Benoit Senellart, LISA Airplanes

Pushing tin – why air traffic control is the key
How can regulators cope with 1000s of aircraft?
Will airspace just become as congested as roads?

Making long-haul shorter
Why speed is still the final frontier
Getting to certification

Rethinking aircraft maintenance and parts sales
Keeping the market secure
Traceability and parts

 

Disrupting the Business Jet—But How?
Innovation in aircraft configuration and propulsion enable revolutionary performance
Ryan Wood, Frontline Aerospace