2MoRO Solutions at AERO 2011 – CASI 58th Aeronautics Conference and AGM, Montreal, Canada

CASI has been holding aeronautical and space conferences every year since 1954.

The theme of AERO 2011 conference is Sustainable Aerospace: The Canadian Contribution.

 

The technical program consists of 150 oral presentations in five Symposia that cover a wide range of subject areas: Aerodynamics, Aerospace Structures and Materials, Aircraft Design and Development, Human Factors, and Propulsion.

Many of the industry senior players as Bombardier Aerospace, Pratt & Withney Canada, academia as Ecole de Technologie Supérieure, Polytechnique Montreal and government attend to this event. (Source CASI)

2MoRO chairs the session entitled « Design to cost and value engineering for green aircraft » and presents a paper dealing with « Case Based Model to enhance aircraft fleet management and equipment performance »

 

Paper abstract :

Several constraints and seven transformative trends dictate the design and the maintainability of future aircraft including unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) such as reducing design, maintenance and exploitation costs as well as optimizing aircraft availability without neglecting flight security, safety and the environment.

To meet business and ecological needs, we propose innovative models mainly based on the exploitation of in-service data to aircraft/engine/equipment manufacturers as well as maintenance centers.

We are now working on retrieving data fromm heterogeneous information systems with aircraft manufacturers to improve our models on a large scale.

This conference would be a good opportunity to exchange ideas and build relationships for transatlantic cooperation  on subjects such as green aircraft, the development of UAV civilian market and pro-active aircraft maintenance.