A&D Manufacturing Event Guide 2022

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MAY 17-18, 2022 Grandover Resort Greensboro, NC, USA

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Welcome Dear A&D Manufacturing Conference Delegate, On behalf of Aviation Week Network, I would like to welcome you to the our A&D Manufacturing Conference. This week, you will hear from dozens of industry experts and stakeholders in an intimate setting designed to maximize face-to-face networking and pave the way for this new, exciting addition to the Aviation Week Network’s A&D portfolio. We will explore topics ranging from industry 4.0, smart factories, advanced air mobility, AI, the labor market, and much more. When not listening, please take advantage of break times to network with your fellow delegates and exhibitors. Our show would not be possible without the generous support of our sponsors, including our host sponsors: Economic Development Partnership of NC, Greater Winston Salem, Greensboro Highpoint, NC Carolina Core, Piedmont Triad Airport Authority, and Piedmont Triad Partnership; our premium sponsors: KPMG and The Austin Company; and our showcase sponsors: Dymax, National Inspection, Prototyping Solutions, and Vallen.

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Upcoming Events 2022 Engine Leasing, Trading & Finance Europe June 7-8 London, UK MRO BEER June 15-16 Istanbul, Turkey Aero-Engines Europe September 7-8 Dublin, Ireland MRO Asia-Pacific September 20-22 Singapore

Aerospace IT October 6-7 Chicago, IL, USA MRO Europe October 18-20 London, UK A&D Programs November 2 Washington DC, USA Laureate Awards November 3 Washington DC, USA

Aero-Engines Asia-Pacific September 21-22 Singapore

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Agenda Monday, May 16, 2022 6:00pm – Welcome Reception 8:00pm Location: Grandville Reg Sponsored by The Austin Company

All Sessions will take place in Grandville C

Tuesday, May 17, 2022 8:00am

Registration Open Location: Grandville Reg

8:15 am Continental Breakfast Location: Grandville B 9:00am Welcome Remarks Sarah Zilonis, Conference Producer, Aviation Week Network 9:10am Keynote Address: Industry 4.0:

How it’s Changing the Manufacturing Landscape in Aviation

Industry 4.0 leverages digital communication technologies (IoT, connected devices) and advanced manufacturing technologies (such as automation, robotics, and closed door machining) to create a fully integrated environment. These technologies have quickly become essential tools for all manufacturers in aerospace and defense. Dave Parry will present perspectives about the benefits of Industry 4.0 on companies and the industry, challenges of modifying traditional manufacturing and production systems to Industry 4.0 standards, and ways Pratt & Whitney is driving operational excellence and best practices across the company. Dave Parry, VP, Manufacturing and Assembly, Pratt & Whitney 9:50am Your Factory Data Is Your Superpower

– Are You Using It To Grow Profitably?

Factory digital readiness will be illustrated as fundamental to reaping the benefits of the 4th Industrial Revolution. The power of data analytics in making double digit improvements in relatively short time, complements lean methodology but does not replace it. We will discuss practical approaches to best leveraging existing data, while continuously and efficiently improving its integrity. This speech will be the primer for the conference covering the 4IR, new cyber security rules, new technologies, and more. Vivek Saxena, Managing Director, Advisory Aerospace OSC

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10:30am Networking Break Location: Grandville B 11:00am Smart Factory Applications Drive

Bottom-Line Improvements

A case study on how Spirit AeroSystems digitally transformed its production line by building Smart Factory applications to (1) Increase machine uptime by dynamically routing material through the line using geospatial tracking technologies and realtime machine data; (2) Improve labor realization by dynamically scheduling labor resources against critical path jobs; (3) Decrease constraint resolution times by actively tracking and building metrics to incentivize support organization to focus on the most impact constraints. Michael Schlotterbeck, Smart Factory Asset Integration Leader, Deloitte Consulting Eric Simmons, Senior Manager, Advanced Manufacturing Strategy & Boeing 737 Programs, Spirit AeroSystems, Inc. 11:35am What AAM Can Learn from Legacy

Manufacturing

A presentation on what lessons the AAM industry should adopt and leave behind as the industry progresses. Parimal (PK) Kopardekar, Director, NASA Aeronautics Research Institute (NARI) 12:00pm Networking Lunch Location: Grandville B 1:30pm

Panel: Smart Factories

A discussion on industry 4.0 and how improving the performance of factories will help the industry meet demand and do more with less. Moderator: Vivek Saxena, Managing Director, Advisory Aerospace OSC Ivan Madera, CEO, Morf3D James Prentice, Engineering Manager, Simulation, Modeling and Performance, Eaton Dan Wiegandt, AIA, LEED AP – Program Director of Aviation, Aerospace & Defense, The Austin Company


Agenda 2:15pm How AI and Novel Decision

Tree Algorithms Can Address Manufacturing Workforce Challenges

Aerospace & Defense manufacturing has been negatively impacted by the great resignation of 2022 as much as any sector in the U.S. This only exacerbates a long-term shortage of skilled labor. However, emerging technologies such as Artificial Intelligence and unique algorithms holds promise. Hear how innovative technology start-ups are working with major research institutions and Air Force Research Laboratory to tackle this problem at scale in novel ways. Michael Morford, Co-Founder, Sustainment Technologies Inc 2:45pm

Networking Break Location: Grandville B

3:15pm

Automation and Robotics in A&D

There are numerous challenges facing aerospace and defense manufacturers today, from workforce availability to volatility in production rates. John Aiello will present perspectives on how automation and robotics can be a potential solution to the top 5 challenges facing aerospace and defense manufacturers. He will discuss the keys to implementing a successful automation system and current trends in automation and robotics. John Aiello, Senior Vice President, Aritex 3:50pm Additive in Aerospace & Defense Georges Elhelou, Additive Manufacturing Industrialization Manager, Eaton 4:25pm AAM In North Carolina

All Sessions will take place in Grandville C

Wednesday, May 18, 2022 8:00am

Registration Open Location: Grandville Reg

8:15am

Continental Breakfast Location: Grandville B

9:00am Day 2 Keynote Chris Taylor, VP, Manufacturing, Boom Supersonic 9:30am Tips, Tricks, and Advice for Properly

Managing Schedule Delays and Manufacturing Disruptions

This session will discuss how to mitigate the impacts from a commercial and contractual perspective caused by the unprecedented supply chain disruptions and labor shortages, all the while maintaining the business relationships in this very small manufacturing community. C. Ellis Brazeal III, Partner, Jones Walker Chad Theriot, Partner, Jones Walker William E. Underwood, Partner, Jones Walker 10:00am Focus on Supply Chain

Considerations for a COVID-challenged world to optimize operations, materials management, and supply chain processes to keep up with high volume production. Rahul Gangal, Partner, Roland Berger 10:25am Networking Break Location: Grandville B

Basil Yap, President, AeroX 4:55pm Closing Remarks Sarah Zilonis, Conference Producer, Aviation Week Network 5:00pm – Networking Reception 7:00pm Location: Cafe Grassy Knoll (Grandville D, Rain Location) Sponsored by Piedmont Triad Partnership

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Agenda 10:45am Addressing A&D Labor Shortages and

1:00pm

Setting the Stage for i4.0

One of the major impacts of the pandemic was an exacerbation of an already tight and challenged labor market in Aerospace and Defense. This is happening at the same time as a general acceptance of the need to use greater technology in manufacturing processes going forward. The adoption of Industry 4.0 technologies will not solve the labor problem. Concurrent to the technology efforts, it is also necessary to reinvest in process fundamentals to prepare the organization for the future. This involves greater demand management, incorporating changes to work more efficiently, and finding the appropriate match between skills and job functions. Only by setting the stage appropriately from a labor context will companies be able to get the expected payback from their i4.0 investments. Eric Logan, Principal - Strategy; Operations CoE Lead, KPMG 11:05am Panel: The Labor Market

A discussion on the skilled labor shortage and addressing the resulting lead-time predictability. Moderator: John A. Pilla, Senior Technical Advisor, Patriot Industrial Partners Shannon Bernhardt, Site Manager, Michelin North America - Aircraft Tires Shawn Campbell, VP, Assembly & Supply Chain, Orizon Aero Eric A. Logan, Principal - Strategy; Operations CoE Lead, KPMG 11:50am Flying Ships – The Future of Maritime

Transportation

Bill Peterson, Chief Executive Officer, Flying Ship Technologies, Corp. 12:20pm Panel: IOT

A discussion and project vision on what’s next in A&D manufacturing. Moderator: Clinton Proctor, Manager, Private Equity Performance Improvement, Alvarez and Marsal Siva Balasubramanian, VP of Factory Support and Digital Transformation, Spirit AeroSystems, Inc. Jamie Korman, Associate Director, Digital Operations, Collins Aerospace

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Networking Lunch Location: Grandville B

1:30pm

Depart for HAECO Facility Tour Meeting Point: Main Lobby

HAECO will host a tour of their facility including a ground-level walk through the entire hangar complex at the PTI Airport with the ability to view all aircraft in the facility and the work being conducted, The group will be split into smaller groups with a HAECO guide who will provide a briefing on the company’s work and answer questions. This tour is exclusively availably to A&D Manufacturing attendees and advance registration is required. 2:00pm

Close of Conference


Speakers

John Aiello

Senior Vice President, Aritex

Siva Balasubramanian

VP of Factory Support and Digital Transformation, Spirit AeroSystems, Inc.

Site Manager, Michelin North America Aircraft Tires

Shannon Bernhardt C. Ellis Brazeal III Partner, Jones Walker

Georges Elhelou Additive Manufacturing Industrialization Manager, Eaton

Rahul Gangal

Parimal (PK) Kopardekar

Eric Logan

Ivan Madera

Dave Parry

Bill Peterson

John A. Pilla

Clinton Proctor

Vivek Saxena

Michael Schlotterbeck

Partner, Roland Berger

Chief Executive Officer, Flying Ship Technologies, Corp.

Eric Simmons

Principal - Strategy; Operations CoE Lead, Director, NASA Aeronautics Research KPMG Institute (NARI)

Senior Technical Advisor, Patriot Industrial Partners

Chris Taylor

Senior Manager, VP, Manufacturing, Advanced Manufacturing Boom Supersonic Strategy & Boeing 737 Programs, Spirit AeroSystems, Inc.

Manager, Private Equity Performance Improvement, Alvarez and Marsal

Chad Theriot Partner, Jones Walker

CEO, Morf3D

Managing Director, Advisory Aerospace OSC

William E. Underwood

Partner, Jones Walker

VP, Manufacturing and Assembly, Pratt & Whitney

Smart Factory Asset Integration Leader, Deloitte Consulting

Dan Wiegandt

AIA, LEED AP – Program Director of Aviation, Aerospace & Defense, The Austin Company

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Host Sponsor Piedmont Triad Region Leading aerospace and aviation companies are building upon North Carolina’s first in flight history with major operations in the Carolina Core. Aerospace employment continues to take off in the Carolina Core, increasing 40% between 2014 and 2022 to more than 16,600 working at aerospace-related companies. Among the 200-plus aerospace and aviation companies in the Carolina Core is Honda Aircraft Company, which established its Greensboro headquarters in 2006 and operates R&D, manufacturing and customer service facilities that together employ 1,500 associates throughout the region. Other major operations include HAECO Americas, with 600,000 square feet of facilities including a new hangar that is one of the largest in the HAECO family, and Textron Aviation, operating one of only 15 service centers for Cessna business jets worldwide. Aerospace and aviation companies tap into the Carolina Core’s skilled talent pool to design, engineer and move their next big innovation. Companies have access to more than 30 colleges and universities that enroll 250,000 students, with aviation-related training concentrated at area community colleges. Guilford Technical Community College’s Aviation Campus is one of the most modern and bestequipped aviation maintenance training facilities in the Southeast. At Forsyth Technical Community College, a new $16 million aviation center helps meet the growing demand for aviation technicians and mechanics. The Carolina Core has several industrial sites ready for aerospace and aviation operations. At the Piedmont Triad International Airport, the PTI Aerospace Megasite’s 1,000 acres include runway access and preliminary approval for development by the EPA. Other commercial and regional airports along the Carolina Core offer development sites with airfield access and plenty of industrial and business parks for off-airport operations.

Betsy Harris Operations Manager Piedmont Triad Partnership +1 336-668-4556 bharris@ptpnc.com www.ptpnc.com

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Premium Sponsors The Austin Group The Austin Company is a global leader in the design, engineering, and construction of facilities and infrastructure for the world’s foremost commercial and military aviation, aerospace, and defense organizations. As a single-responsibility provider, Austin has planned, designed, engineered, and constructed more square footage of commercial and military aviation and aerospace facilities than any other company of its kind in the United States. Austin applies the most effective methodologies to any situation and delivers facilities designed for long-term service. Our expertise includes Defense Security ICD-705 compliance, wide-span, high-bay structures with environmentally controlled conditions, advanced additive manufacturing and material handling systems, flexible aircraft-rated utility infrastructure, and fire life safety systems with supporting program offices research centers, including final assembly and delivery centers. Jim Cathcart, National Accounts Director of Aviation, Aerospace & Defense Jim has 38 years of professional experience in aerospace facility project planning, development, and customer account oversight (33 with The Austin Company). His experience includes work with Lockheed Martin, Aerojet Rocketdyne, The Boeing Company, Collins Aerospace, General Atomics, Northrop Grumman, and Raytheon. Jim’s expertise includes scheduling critical aerospace program Capex initiatives from inception through planning, engineering, and construction implementation. His responsibilities include coordinating company personnel resources and availability, client requirements, proposal development, reviewing schedule goals and objectives, and acting as management liaison between Austin and our key national account aerospace clientele. Lynn Huff, Director of Project Planning - Aviation, Aerospace & Defense Lynn brings over 40 years of professional planning, design, engineering, and construction business development experience within the industry, focusing on aviation and aerospace facility project development and customer account management. Lynn’s responsibilities include establishing and maintaining customer-focused relationships, introducing Austin’s single-responsibility value-added Design-Build solutions, and acting as a liaison between Austin and our crucial aerospace customers. Lynn’s professional experience includes fostering numerous aerospace and defense client relationships domestically and abroad, including Spirit AeroSystems, Lockheed Martin, Rolls-Royce, The Boeing Company, Collins Aerospace, Raytheon Technologies, and US DoD, among many others Dan Wiegandt, Aia, Leed Ap – Program Director of Aviation, Aerospace & Defense Dan has 40 years of professional experience in planning, design, engineering, and construction (30 with The Austin Company). He has worked on projects for The Boeing Company, Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, NASA, Raytheon, and the Federal Aviation Administration. Dan serves as Austin’s Subject Matter Expert on ICD 705, the DoD Security Technical Specification for Sensitive Compartmented Information Facilities (SCIF). He leads our teams in establishing security standards for all SCIF and SAP/SAR programs. Dan holds a Quality Assurance Certification in ASME NQA-1 compliance. And is an International Code Council award winner.

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Premium Sponsors KPMG LLP KPMG LLP is the U.S. firm of the KPMG global organization of independent professional services firms providing audit, tax and advisory services. The KPMG global organization operates in 145 countries and territories and has close to 236,000 people working in member firms around the world. Each KPMG firm is a legally distinct and separate entity and describes itself as such. KPMG International Limited is a private English company limited by guarantee. KPMG International Limited and its related entities do not provide services to clients. KPMG is widely recognized for being a great place to work and build a career. Our people share a sense of purpose in the work we do, and a strong commitment to community service, inclusion and diversity, and eradicating childhood illiteracy. Learn more at www.kpmg.com/us and browse our latest Aerospace & Defense insights at home.kpmg/us/aerospace.

Jim Adams National Aerospace & Defense Industry Leader +1 310-766-3601 jimtadams@kpmg.com www.kpmg.com

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Showcase Exhibitors The Austin Group The Austin Company is a global leader in the design, engineering, and construction of facilities and infrastructure for the world’s foremost commercial and military aviation, aerospace, and defense organizations. Austin has planned, designed, engineered, and constructed more square footage of commercial and military aviation and aerospace facilities than any other company of its kind in the United States. Our expertise includes Defense Security ICD-705 compliance, wide-span, high-bay structures with environmentally controlled conditions, advanced additive manufacturing and material handling systems, flexible aircraft-rated utility infrastructure, and fire life safety systems with supporting program offices research centers, including final assembly and delivery centers. Tamara Zupancic Director of Marketing and Communications +1 216-386-1989 Tamara.zupancic@thaustin.com www.theaustin.com

Dymax Dymax LED and UV/Visible light-curable conformal coatings, encapsulants, maskants, positioning, staking, and ruggedizing adhesives support applications throughout OEM, MRO, and rotorcraft sectors. These materials address common issues found in key market segments that include avionics, military and commercial aircraft, satellites, and spacecraft. Products are available to extend the life of engines, shield components from surface finishing processes, protect critical sensors in PCBs and other board-level applications, and prevent movement in camera module assemblies. Dymax light-curable materials cure in seconds to help increase throughput, decrease rework and costs, and enhance performance. Cole Skinner Regional Territory Manager +1 860-307-2845 Cskinner@dymax.com www.dymax.com

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Showcase Exhibitors NIC Inspection Services NIC provides a full suite of inspection methods and technologies to cover most inspection requirements encountered in the aerospace and aviation industries. Our NAS-410 certified technicians are up to-date on the latest NDT technologies. We deploy inspection teams worldwide to support scheduled and unscheduled maintenance inspections & on-site training requirements for our customers’ quality needs. Tom Tatro Business Development Manager +1 704-533-5143 Thomas.tatro@iss-na.com www.nicinc.com

Piedmont Triad Region Leading aerospace and aviation companies are building upon North Carolina’s first in flight history with major operations in the Carolina Core. Aerospace employment continues to take off in the Carolina Core, increasing 40% between 2014 and 2022 to more than 16,600 working at aerospacerelated companies. Aerospace and aviation companies tap into the Carolina Core’s skilled talent pool to design, engineer and move their next big innovation. The Carolina Core has several industrial sites ready for aerospace and aviation operations. PiedmontTriad.docxOther commercial and regional airports along the Carolina Core offer development sites with airfield access and plenty of industrial and business parks for off-airport operations

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Showcase Exhibitors Prototyping Solutions Covering nine states in the Southeastern US and headquartered in Birmingham, AL, Prototyping Solutions is a Diamond Level Stratasys and PostProcess Technologies reseller. Our professional sales and service group provides unparalleled expertise in helping our clients choose the right equipment or service for tooling, prototyping and end-use 3D printed parts. With clients across several market segments including DOD, Aerospace, Automotive, Medical, Consumer Products and Education, we have the experience to help you effectively integrate these technologies to drive down cost, reduce lead times and increase efficiency. Travis Coon President +1 205-988-9231 travis@prototypingsolutions.com www.prototypingsolutions.com

Vallen From manufacturing to maintenance, Vallen is the leader in customized and flexible solutions for Safety/PPE, Industrial, and Metalworking Supplies. We are more than a distributor, Vallen optimizes your Indirect Materials Supply Chain to achieve real, transparent savings on all the supplies you need. Trusted by the largest brands in the Aviation, Aerospace, and Airline industries, you can count on Vallen to help you meet your cost-saving goals. Hannah Ginn Marketing and Events Specialist +1 704-743-6134 Hannah.ginn@vallen.com www.vallen.com

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Acknowledgments Aviation Week thanks all of our sponsors and partners for supporting this event. Your participation means more to us than ever and we look forward to growing the future of this event together.

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Contact To find out more about the A&D Events, contact the new team behind the events: Editorial Content: Sarah Zilonis Conference Producer +1 202 740 1949 sarah.zilonis@aviationweek.com Marketing: Jennifer Halperin Marketing Manager +1 714 926 5045 jennifer.halperin@aviationweek.com

Sponsorship/Exhibitor Opportunities: Americas/Canada Rob Howlett Sr. Director, NA Media +1 440 539 0728 rob.howlett@aviationweek.com Europe/Asia/Africa/Middle East Clive Richardson Director, Exhibit Sales +44 (0) 7501 185257 clive@accessgroup.aero General Enquiries: Juliet Trew Business Development Director, Commercial/A&D +44 (0) 7909 991 222 juliet.trew@aviationweek.co.uk

For a full list of events, visit events.aviationweek.com

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