Revolution.Aero London 2024

June 18th & 19th | Royal Garden Hotel

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Now in its seventh year in, Revolution.Aero will bring together over 250 senior attendees who are leading – funding and supporting – the future of flight. If you want to find out how aviation is changing – and meet the people shaping the future of aviation – you need to be at Revolution.Aero London 2024.

Unlike other Advanced Air Mobility conferences, Revolution.Aero London 2024 has a strong focus on finance. A large portion of our audience is VCs/Investors, aircraft lessors, investment banks, and customers – making this conference an incredibly effective business opportunity. Attendees have secured investments (eg Elroy Air), signed LOIs (eg ELECTRON and MintAir), signed mandates and formed companies as a direct result of Revolution.Aero events. Revolution.Aero London 2024 is not your typical industry conference. We’ve designed the event to be highly interactive – through extended Q&A sessions and live audience voting. There are also over 12 hours of networking – giving you the best chance to make long-lasting and powerful connections.

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Revolution.aero Agenda

All sessions are subject to change.

More sessions are still being confirmed.

Investing in the revolution
Are exit opportunities cooling?
Is there enough VC capital
Keeping investors engaged for multiple rounds
The LP market
Michael Lynch, Irelandia Investments

Does autonomy need new aircraft?
should we take the pilot out the plane?
Does AAM work without autonomy?
John McKenna, Sees.ai

Blood, sweat and tiers
Is strategic investment and/or partnership more critical than ever?
Looking beyond pure capital
The role of legacy players

Eye on the listed OEMs
What makes manufacturers stand out?
How important are cash runways?
How do investors and analysts view certification?
How important is it to be first?
Moderator: Joshua Ng, Alton Aviation Consultancy
Adam Forsyth, Longspur Capital Limited
Senior Rep, Supernal

Brokering an eVTOL deal
Selling new aircraft
Do less parts mean less complexity?
Working out values: Batteries versus ICE

Is 2050 too soon for hydrogen?
Where does hydrogen fit?
Gas versus liquid
Does hydrogen need more investment

UK: Converting Ideas to industry leadership
Unlocking the Future Flight Action Plan
Restoring confidence in UK industry
How to compete with the US

Preventing aerial fender benders
How to maximise airspace and safety
Can simulating in rural areas prepare for urban environments
Integrating different aircraft types
Alex McCord, Skyports
Fabrice Kunzi, SkyGrid

 

Protecting the planet or reducing travel costs
Minimalising costs per seat mile
Sustainability versus economic efficiency
Achieving public acceptance through people’s wallet or morals

AAM: making a splash or a gentle trickle
Scaling AAM manufacturing numbers
Do we look to car or helicopter manufacturing numbers?
what does this mean for predicted operating economics
Yesh Premkumar, Supernal
Blain Newton, Beta Technologies

 Navigating the AAM Investment Winter
Finding the right investor fit
Challenges to closing rounds
Is there really enough capital?
Managing cash burn in development
Moderator: Jay Carmel, Renaissance Strategic Advisors
Alexandre Zaramela, Moya Aero
Nick Gunady, Aerovy

A Guide to Early Commercial AAM Operations
Dave Stepanek, Bristow Group

Sponsors

Sponsors

Bristow Group Inc. is the leading global provider of innovative and sustainable vertical flight solutions. Bristow primarily provides aviation services to a broad base of major integrated, national and independent offshore energy companies. Bristow provides commercial search and rescue (SAR) services in several countries and public sector SAR services in the United Kingdom (U.K.) on behalf of the Maritime & Coastguard Agency. Additionally, the Company offers ad hoc helicopter and fixed wing transportation services. Bristow currently has customers in Australia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, the Dutch Caribbean, Guyana, India, Mexico, the Netherlands, Nigeria, Norway, Spain, Suriname, Trinidad, the U.K. and the U.S.

To learn more, visit our website at www.bristowgroup.com
Supernal (Su·per·nal) is a U.S.-based mobility service provider on a mission to redefine how people move, connect, and live. We are developing an Advanced Air Mobility eVTOL vehicle and working to responsibly co-create the supporting ecosystem and integrate it into existing transit options. As part of Hyundai Motor Group, we are both a new business and an established company, with plans to harness our automotive manufacturing heritage to make Advanced Air Mobility accessible to the masses. Visit www.supernal.aero for more information and follow us on Twitter and LinkedIn.

Speakers

Attendees

Who attended our 2023 European event:

AeroConsult | Aeronautical Financial Ireland | AeroTime | Aerovy Mobility | AIN Media Group | Air Taurus | AirAsia | Airbus Helicopters |  Airbus Urban Air Mobility | Altair | Altair Advisory | Alton Aviation Consultancy LLC | American Airlines | AMSL Aero Vertiia | Ancieo Research | ARC Aerosystems | Archer Aviation | Arena Group | Aviation Week Network | Avolon | Avtrain | BA Cityflyer | BAE Systems | Bellwether Industries | Beta Technologies | Bird & Bird | Blade |  Blockaviation | Boeing | Bristow Group | CAE | Cargotron | Cirium | Close Brothers Aviation and Marine | Course Correction Consulting LTD | Cranfield Aerospace | CRIAQ | CUSTOMCELLS | Daedalean AI | Deep Consulting | Diagnostic Solutions International, LLC | DiamondStream Partners | Dronamics | EAMaven | Electro.Aero | Elroy Air | EnerSys | Enterprise Ireland | Ernst & Young | Eve Urban Air Mobility | Ever Monaco | eVERTIPORTS International Corporation | Evolito | Falko | Ferrovial Vertiports | Flexjet | Flight Crowd | FlightSafety International | FlyV | Freelance for Aviation Week/AAM Report | Future Mobility Campus Ireland | Global Aerospace | Global Travel Investments | Gogreen | Greenjets | Heart Aerospace | Honeywell | Hummingbird Aero International | Innovation Aviation | International Airlines Group | Irelandia Investments | Irish Aviation Authority | Jekta Switzerland SA | JetBlue Ventures | Jetzero | KinectAir | KPMG | LCI | Lilium GmbH | Lobo Leasing | Lotus Aerospace Systems | LYTE Aviation | Macquarie Rotorcraft | Manna Drone Delivery | Milestone Aviation | Mobility Advisory Services | Moya Aero | MUFG Bank | NATA | Newcastle Airfield | Odys Aviation | Oliver Wyman | OneSky | P3X | Perception A | Pipistrel | POLYTEC GROUP | Red Sprite Software Inc | REGENT | Roland Berger | Rolls-Royce | Royal Aeronautical Society | S4B | sees.ai | Shell Aircraft | Sigma Air Mobility | Skyflow | Skyports | Skyportz | SMG Consulting | Spright | Supernal | Thales Group | The Air Law Firm | The Jet Business | The Milestone Aviation Group Limited | The Shannon Airport Group | TW Metals | United Airline Ventures | University of Oxford | UspaceAero | Vedder Price | Vertical Aerospace | VMO Aircraft Leasing | Volocopter | Withers Worldwide | ZeroAvia

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