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  1. 1. register and Pay by 29th July to save uP to £998 8th AnnualMilitary aviationrepair and ain tena nce Milit a ry dM General AvMaintenance on Repair an /F iati Officers lag on Repair an and a 1* go forbove FREE iati Av dM ry ain ta ten Mili anceMain Conference 26th - 27th October 2011Pre-Conference Workshops 25th October2011Conference Venue America Square Conference CentreOptimising efficiency Of military mrOthrOugh effective management andtechnOlOgical advance sPeakers include: Military aviation rePair and Maintenance Colonel Adam Baginski, Chief Engineer will Provide key insight into: PLAF, Polish Air Force Efficient and Effective Supply Chain Management: Direct insight Lieutenant Colonel Jose Everardo on the benefits of partnering with allied nations, how this will Ferreira, Brazilian Air Force improve both efficiency and cost cutting. Understand the unique Lieutentant Colonel Olgierd relationship that the UK MoD C17 Project Team have built with Wieczorek Senior Officer MRO Boeing and the USAF Branch, Polish Air Force Successful Life Cycle Management to maximise asset Wing Commander Andrew Pipe, availability, performance and readiness whilst remaining cost Chinook Project Team, Royal Air Force effective with UK MoD Chinook Project Team briefing on Wing Commander Tim Ewbank, significant improvements to fleet readiness and a look at how C-17 Air Support, DE&S UK MoD this will shape the future of lifecycle management Squadron Leader Mckenzie-Owr, Industry Partnering how best to maximise the potential benefits Tornado Engineering and Logistics Wing, and the true implications that their involvement will bring. With Royal Air Force insight from the OCCAR A400M Project Director on how best to Bruno Delannoy, A400M deliver seamless service integration and support Program Director, A400M Programme OCCAR Overcoming the added strain that battlefield operations bring - UK MoD Tornado Engineering and Logistic wing briefing on achieving James Sutton, Director of optimum asset availability. Why technologically advanced solutions Plans & Programs, Ogden Air for life cycle management will enhance future plans Logistics Center, USAF Travis Osbourne, Chief, Training Innovative strategies and updates from Air Force Leaders, Technology Requirements Branch, USAF such as OCCAR, Royal Air force, Brazilian Air Force and United States Air force Dimitrios Petridis, Aviation Support Programme Manager, NAMSA Gerhard Rauniak, TPLS Programme Pre-conference workshoPs: 25th october Director, European Defence Agency 9.30 - 12.30 – The classroom of the future - how best to implement Dr Baudouin Heuninckx, Head technology into the curriculum with lessons learnt from the USAF’s of Procurement for Aeronautical approach to the F-22 MRO training strategy Programmes, Belgian Armed Forces Led by Travis W. Osborne, Chief, Training Technology Requirements Branch, USAF Michael Golombek, Maintenance/ 13.30-16.30 – Improved supportability through obsolescence Material Section and Guy Langenaeken, management - how the implementation of emerging technology Logistics Division LSA / LCC / DBC will enhance efficiency of supply chain and assist in the management coordinator, NATO Helicopter of ageing platforms Management Agency With Components Obsolescence Group MARM has been a very highly valuable conference, in particular for the exchange of experiences between the end users.Media Luigi Trotta, Eurofighter GmbHpartners T:+44 (0)20 7368 9300 F: +44 (0)20 7368 9301 E:
  2. 2. 8th Annual Military Aviation Repair and Maintenance Day One: 26th October 201108.30 Coffee and Registration 13.20 THE NAMSA IMPLEMENTATION OF BATTLEFIELD HELICOPTER SUSTAINABILITY SOLUTIONS09.00 Chairmans Opening Remarks Current challenges including helicopter shortages,Chris Granville-White, CBE national constraints and NATO ambitions Looking to the future as NAMSA sets the standard for09.10 MRO STRATEGY FOR THE A400M: ACHIEVING battlefield helicopter sustainability solutionsSEAMLESS ENTRY INTO SERVICE Dimitrios Petridis, Programme Manager, Aviation Support Maximising the advantages of European Programme Office, NATO Maintenance & Supply Agency collaborative procurement when sourcing MRO (NAMSA) services The adoption of a more commercial approach 14.00 MANAGING A MULTI-NATIONAL PLATFORM: STRATEGISING towards acquisition and support - industry insight FOR VARIED DEMANDS as a tool for the future Future MRO priorities Plans on entry into service - including delivering The impact on both industry and military plans ground equipment and support services The effect that operational tempo has on successful Plans to overcome the varying requirements of MRO strategy each nation Importance for the strategy to be both flexibleBruno Delannoy, A400M Programme Director, A400M and sustainableProgramme OCCAR The effect that full integration with allied nations has on MRO success09.50 FORGING INDUSTRY PARTNERSHIPS: CAN ONE The benefits that can be seen when successfulCONTRACT FIT ALL? partnering occurs and how this further drives down cost The role of industry when aiming to achieve: Gonzalo Lamana, Head of Maintenance, OCCAR TIGER Consolidation Programme Office Centralisation Competition 14.40 Coffee and Networking Break Identifying the key factors that dictate the nature and need for the type of industry contract that will 15.10 EUROPEAN DEFENCE AGENCY: MRO EFFORTS TO ENHANCE maximise asset availability EUROPEAN AIRLIFT CAPABILITIES The shape of future industry involvement and the The complexities of creating an MRO strategy for a evolution to further enhance military performance project which has multinational useJames Sutton, Director of Plans & Programs, Ogden Air Illustrating the initiatives used to achieve more efficientLogistics Center, USAF existing platforms A look to the future - the continued evolution of the 10.30 Coffee and Networking break MRO plans for this project Laurent Donnet, Assistant Capability Manager, European11.00 THIRD PARTY LOGISTICS SUPPORT PLATFORM: AN Defence AgencyINTERACTIVE SHOWCASE FOR EUROPEAN INDUSTRIES How the TPLS program will increase efficiency in 15.50 NATO CODIFICATION - THE LANGUAGE OF LOGISTICS supply chain planning How NATO Codification underpins the Global Defence Why increasing wider access to industry Supply Chain and the associated benefits will allow for greater choice and increased Defence & Industry Partnership on Master Data competition Management for Inventories using the latest Data- How this could be implemented as an alternative to Exchange Technologies outsourcing contracts How a Global Partnership undertaken by almost one- The harmonisation of resources could third of all nations in the world is promoting provide a channel for military to reinstate / interoperability and common approaches keep control of their MRO strategies George Bond, Chairman of NATO Allied Comity, Group of Wider plans for the future National Directors on CodificationsGerhard Rauniak, 3PL Programme Director, EuropeanDefence Agency 16.30 F-35 JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER - SHAPING PLANS FOR THE FUTURE11.40 UK C-17 CASE STUDY: UNIQUE SOLUTION TO DRIVE How optimum supply chain management will beDOWN COST achieved An overview of the C-17 MRO arrangements with Ensuring on-time delivery of resources USAF and Boeing Why smooth delivery will ensure the overall success of Benefits of the unique contracting agreements the platform currently in place Successful integration of MRO as the platform becomes A look to the future for the UK - the impact of USAF fully operational policy to increase in-house maintenance - will they Travis Osbourne, Chief, Training Technology Requirements follow suit ? Branch, USAFWing Commander Tim Ewbank, C-17 Support Manager,DE&S UK MoD 17.10 Chairs Close and End of Day One 12.20 Networking Lunch Chris Granville-White, CBE W: T: +44 (0) 207 368 9300 F: +44 (0) 207 368 9301 E:
  3. 3. 8th Annual Military Aviation Repair and Maintenance Day Two: 27th October 201108.30 Coffee and Registration 13.20 REPAIR TECHNIQUES AND PROCEDURES IN CONNECTION WITH LIFE CYCLE MANAGEMENT.09.00 Chairmans Recap SCHEDULE:Chris Granville-White, CBE Current procedures - how life cycle management is currently employed to aid MRO strategy09.10 BRAZILIAN AIR FORCES TAKE ON A FRESH STRATEGY TO The repair types currently in use along with theENHANCING MRO CAPABILITY advantages of these methods Partnering with industry: continuing to shape the Prospects: a look to the future plans to improve life cycle capabilities of the Air Force management Striving for greater efficiency: how fresh strategies Colonel Adam Baginski, Chief Engineer PLAF and Lieutentant will help achieve this Colonel Olgierd Wieczorek Senior Officer MRO Branch, Polish Future MRO plans for the Air Force Air ForceLieutenant Colonel Ferreira, Material Command,Brazilian Air Force 14.00 LIFE CYCLE COST MANAGEMENT – BUILDING UP AN APPROACH FOR THE NH9009.50 DIFFERING DEMANDS INVOLVED IN HELICOPTER MRO - Role of Life cycle costs in the view of the NH90 customerHOW THESE CHALLENGES ARE MET Building up LCC Management for the NH90 programme The differing demands that MRO for the helicopter Lessons learned: Opportunities and Uncertainties place on supply chain Michael Golombek, Maintenance/Materiel Section Leader and How management strategy must differ both for Guy Langenaeken, Logistics Division LSA / LCC / DBC lifecycle planning and supply chain management Coordinator, NATO Helicopter Management Agency Plans for future management - how this is being (NAHEMA) shaped by industry involvementWing Commander Andrew Pipe, Chinook Project Team, 14.40 Coffee and Networking BreakRoyal Air Force 15.10 COUNTERFEIT OR ORIGINAL - TECHNOLOGY TO AUTHENTICATE 10.30 Coffee and Networking Break SUPPLY CHAIN How to combat the ever increasing global trade of11.00 ADAPTING TO THE ADDED STRAINS THAT THE counterfeitsBATTLEFIELD WILL BRING The potential hi tech applications developed by VTT for How to rapidly adapt the MRO strategy to example smart tags (RFID, NFC, etc.) that will increase compensate for the strain without a decrease in authenticity asset availability Application tailoring - for example fleet-wide applications How the long term management strategy will differ by the original equipment manufacture to overcome these demands How best to cope with the ever increasing environmental How initial strategy is set up to allow fluid changes requirements How best to sustain success Dr Aslak Siliander, VTT Technical Research Centre, FinlandSquadron Leader Mckenzie-Owr, Tornado Engineeringand Logistics Wing, UK Air Force 15.50 COMPATIBILITY OF OFFSET PRACTICES WITH EU LAW How reform of international procurement laws and11.40 COST AS A KEY ELEMENT OF LIFE-CYCLE MANAGEMENT policies will effect you Life-cycle cost as a key element of repair and The ongoing developments in the field of European maintenance decision-making Defense procurement integration policy a look to the How to implement Life-cycle cost analysis future Examples of good practices and potential issues for European Defense Market integration and regulation - the the future possible constraints that will be placed on both industryDr Baudouin Heuninckx, Head of Procurement for and militaryAeronautical Programmes, Belgian Armed Forces Dr Aris Georgopoulos, Defense Strategic Procurement Group 16.30 Chairs close and End of Day Two 12.20 Networking Lunch Chris Granville-White, CBE Tel: +44(0)207 368 9300 Email: Hnewsletter@defenceiq.comH Defence IQ is an authoritative news source for high quality and exclusive commentary and analysis on global defence and military-related topics. Sourcing interviews and insights directly from senior military and industry professionals on air defence, cyber warfare, armoured vehicles, naval defence, land defence and many more topics, Defence IQ is a unique multimedia platform to discuss and learn about the latest developments within the defence sector. So join over 45,000 defence professionals today to claim your exclusive video interviews, podcasts, articles and whitepapers that are updated on a daily basis at Hwww.defenceiq.comH - and all for free. W: T: +44 (0) 207 368 9300 F: +44 (0) 207 368 9301 E:
  4. 4. Military Aviation Repair and Maintenance 25th October 2011 Pre-Conference WorkshopsWork shop A - 09:30 – 12:30TRAINING CURRICULUMS - THE KEY TO FUTURE MRO SUCCESSMany assets utilised by the Air Force are requiring ever more technical MRO procedures and combined with the added pressureof faster turnaround times provides a very challenging environment in which to work. The needed for a sustained high level oftraining to enable individuals to carry out these procedures puts huge strain on the ability of a team to continually evolve. A looktowards the future potential of technology in the classroom will help further develop the functionality of all units.Benefits of attending: Learn through an interactive dissection of the revered case study of the F-22 maintenance training plan which will teach you how best to utilise your assets (personal) worth Discuss why there is a need for a strong focus on continual development of the current training schemes, with a look to improving future strategy Ensure that you are updated on future development to further enhancement of the value of MRO strategy, to guarantee not only technological advances are implemented correctly into the curriculum but that suitable provisions are made for future developmentConfirmed: Travis W. Osborne, Chief, Training Technology Requirements Branch USAF.Workshop B – 13:30 – 16:30IMPROVED SUPPORTABILITY THROUGH OBSOLESCE MANAGEMENTWith the average age of the Air Fleet continually increasing the challenges associated with managing these aging platforms isset to increase. Along with the added pressures of a raise in cost and expertise needed to keep these assets available theproblems caused by Obsolescence are the most difficult to tackle. The need for strategic management to efficiently confront theproblems associated with inadequate life cycle management, supply chain issues and maintenance and repair efforts willcontinue to dictate the success and availability of the fleet.Benefits of attending: Learn how the implementation of emerging technology will enhance efficiency of supply chain and assist in the management of aging platforms Develop you strategic plans through an interactive discussion of the best use of current management methods - how can you further improve the plans that are currently set in place Discuss how you can achieve a future increase in efficiency and decrease in cost can be achievedConfirmed: Components Obsolescence Group. Sponsorship Opportunities | Three easy ways to get involved1. Thought Leadership: With an expected audience of senior military customers and decision makersfrom across the globe, Defence IQ events enable you to build your reputation as a market leader in yourchosen domain through speaking sessions and subject specific conference streams, workshops andfocus days2. Branding: We bring together buyers and suppliers in a tailored location with unbeatable facilities foron-site branding and exposure. Furthermore, our dedicated marketing team can help you achieve yourpromotional aims in the months leading up to the conference with dedicated mailings to cover 50,000contacts through brochure drops, extensive e-mail campaigns and tailored web coverage3. Featured Networking Events: Focused and high level, our events will provide you with the perfectenvironment to initiate new business relationships and achieve face to face contact that overcrowdedtradeshows cannot deliver. Sponsorship opportunities range from exhibition stands to sponsored lunches,cocktail receptions, gala dinners and a host of informal social networking events.For further details, or to discuss which option is best for your organisation, please call +44 (0) 207 3689857 or email W: T: +44 (0) 207 368 9300 F: +44 (0) 207 368 9301 E:
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