Singapore Aerospace Technology and Engineering Conference 2014

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SATEC

Overview

Singapore Aerospace Technology and Engineering Conference (SATEC), formerly known as New Challenges in Aerospace Technology and Maintenance Conference (NCATMC), brings together aerospace and military speakers to meet and discuss the latest research findings and advancements in aerospace technology and engineering. The sixth edition of this biennial conference will be held on 10 February 2014 at the Suntec International Convention and Exhibition Centre.

It is expected to attract the world’s leading aviation groups and companies as well as a regional audience of top military personnel. The profile of those attending include policy makers, designers, builders and maintainers of aircraft and space vehicles, from both the military as well as commercial sectors.

Objectives

  • Promote greater understanding of the growing aerospace industry.
  • Present new research findings.
  • Discuss the latest advancements in aerospace technology and maintenance practices from leading aerospace companies and R&D institutions.
  • Exchange knowledge and expertise with aerospace professionals from local and regional companies and institutions.

Organisers & Sponsers

SATEC is jointly organised by the Singapore Institute of Aerospace Engineers Air Engineering and the Logistics Department (AELD) of the Republic of Singapore Air Force.

Organised By

In Conjunction With
Air Show 2014

Official Media Partner

Aviation Week

Sponsored By

Airbus

SIAEC

WDA

ST Aerospace

SAESL

ATTC

Aerospec

Programme

Note: Accurate as of 29 Jan 2014.

TIME

ACTIVITY

LOCATION

0830

Registration Level 3 & 4

0900

Welcome Address
- Head Air Engineering and Logistics (HAEL), Air Engineering and Logistics Department (AELD), Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF) – ME7 Francis Cheong Han Kwok
- President, Singapore Institute of Aerospace Engineers (SIAE) – Mr Lim Yeow Khee
Hall 404
(Level 4)

0910

Keynote Address by Guest of Honour (GOH)
– Permanent Secretary (Defence), Ministry of Defence (MINDEF), Singapore – Mr Chan Yeng Kit

0930

Speech by the Distinguished Guest Speaker – MINDEF
– Director-General for Equipment, Information Technology and In-Service Support, Federal Ministry of Defence, Germany – Mr Detlef Selhausen

0955

Speech by the Distinguished Guest Speaker – SIAE
– President, Royal Aeronautical Society (RAeS), United Kingdom – Ms Jenny Body

1020

Tea Break

1050

Presentation by the 1st Plenary Speaker
“Aeronautical Research in the Australian Defence Science and Technology Organisation”
– Chief, Aerospace Division, Defence Science and Technology Organisation, Australia – Dr Ken Anderson

1110

Presentation by the 2nd Plenary Speaker
“Challenges and Ideas in Implementing Condition-Based-Maintenance (CBM)”
– Head Aerosystems Branch, AELD, RSAF – ME6 Reuben Lim

1130

Presentation by the 3rd Plenary Speaker
“Accelerating Innovation”
- Vice President, Product Development, Boeing Commercial Airplanes – Mr Michael K Sinnett

1150

Presentation by the 4th Plenary Speaker
“A350 XWB – Shaping efficiency”
- A350 XWB Marketing Director, Airbus – Mr Mike Bausor

1210

Lunch  -

1330 – 1730

Breakout Sessions comprising the following topics:
#1. Structures / Aerodynamics
#2. Propulsion
#3. UAV / Network Centric Operations
#4. Avionics
#5. Aviation Training / MRO
Rooms
332 to 336
(Level 3)
1. Structures / Aerodynamics

1330

Distributed Strain Sensing For Structural Health Monitoring
Dr. Chiu Wing Kong (Monash University, Australia)

1400

Challenges in Developing a Light Weight Passenger Seat
Dr. Zheng Guoying & Lim Guo Hui (Singapore Technologies Aerospace)

1430

Experimental Characterization of Compressive Properties of Microwave Cured GFRP Prepreg Composities
Dr. Sunil Chandrakant Joshi, Somen Kumar Bhudolia & YL Yap (Nanyang Technological University)

1500

Tea Break

1530

Airworthiness Certification of Under-slung Operations of the Cable Rescue Cage
Mr Brian Wong & ME3 Jonas Yap (Republic of Singapore Air Force)

1600

X2 Technology™ Development Update
Matthew Tarascio (Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation)

1630

Developments in UAV Aerodynamics at DSO National Laboratories
Chen Weisheng (DSO National Laboratories)

1700

Challenges in Aero-Certification of A244 Light Weight Torpedo
Li Zhike (Defence Science & Technology Agency)
2. Propulsion

1330

Current and Future Challenges in Propulsion for Military Aircraft
Mr Ian Ritchey (Rolls Royce)

1400

Application of Gas Path Diagnostics To Gas Turbine Engines
Dr. Yiguang Li (Cranfield University)

1430

Enhancing Engine Performance Diagnostics For In-Service F110-GE-129 Engine
ME6 Pang Yeow Wei (Republic of Singapore Air Force)

1500

 Tea Break

1530

Aviation Propulsion Technologies in the 21st Century
John Quinn (GE Aviation)

1600

Recent Progress In Pulse Detonation Engine in NUS
Dr Li Jiun-Ming (National University of Singapore)

1630

Adapting High Temperature Gears & Gearbox for Aerospace & Space Applications
Pradeep Dass (Space Engine Systems Inc)

1700

Green Jet Biofuel Production for Jet Engine Application
Dr. Hamid Saeedipour (Republic Polytechnic)
3. UAV / Network Centric System

1330

Architecting Integrated System Health Management For Airworthiness
ME5 Kerwin Teong (Republic of Singapore Air Force)

1400

Spider-MAV Swarm
Aswin Thomas Abraham (HOPE Technik Pte Ltd)

1430

UAV Surveillance Over Dense Cluttered Region
Vengatesan Govindaraju (National University of Singapore)

1500

 Tea Break

1530

Design & Experiments of Autonomous Formation Flight of Multiple UAVs
Dr. Fang Liao (National University of Singapore)

1600

Challenges to Implement ATOL for UAV Operations
Tung Yan Foo & Freddy Ng (Defence Science & Technology Agency)

1630

Development of Mini-Synchropter UAV and Fluid-Structure Interaction on Intermeshing Blades
Liew Hui-Sing (Singapore Polytechnic) &
Dr. Sutthiphong Srigrarom (University of Glasgow, Singapore)
4. Avionics

1330

How Fifth Generation Information Fusion Is Transforming Air Superiority
Randall M. Wolfe (Lockheed Martin Aeronautics)

1400

Alternatives to GPS for Precision Aiding of Inertial Navigation System
ME5 Eng Kwee Guan (Republic of Singapore Air Force)

1430

Modern Approaches for RFC
Reuel Manela (Elbit Systems)

1500

 Tea Break

1530

Optimisation of Pilot Resources Via Avionics Integration of 3D Audio
Mr. Morten Weise Schousen (Terma Airborne Systems), Major Hans Peter Bagger (Royal Danish Air Force)

1600

Sense and Avoid – The Global Challenge
Omer Regev (Israel Aerospace Industries, IAI)

1630

AirBus Helicopter’s New Adaptive Cockpit Simulator For Research Development & Flight Crew Familiarization
Dr. Dirk Strassacker (Airbus Helicopter)
5. Aviation Training / MRO

1330

FAA International Partnership to Improve Aviation Safety
Ms. Margaret (Peggy) Gilligan (Federal Aviation Administration)Abstract
Aviation is at a critical juncture. More and more people are flying. The passengers rely on aviation providers for a flight that is both safe and efficient. As a result of the success of this industry, the question facing aviation safety officials is simple but the answer is complex: “With aviation safety at record levels, how do we raise the bar even more?” The answer to that question has several components. Maintenance. Training. Professionalism. Creating agreements with our international partners to cast the net of aviation safety to the four corners of the globe.

1400

Self-healing Technology for Aircraft Composite Structure Repair
Dr. Hamid Saeedipour (Republic Polytechnic)

1430

Adaptive Machining For Efficient Manufacture and Repair of CFRP Components
Dr. Claus Bremer (INNOSOL BCT Pte Ltd)

1500

 Tea Break

1530

Integrated Live, Virtual and Constructive Training (I-LVC)
John Schwering & Robert J. Lechner (Boeing)

1600

Immersive Technologies in a Virtual Aircraft Maintenance Training Environment
Christopher P. Giordano (The DiSTI Corporation)

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Conference Fees

TYPE

PRICE

Delegate USD $650 / SGD $800
Student USD $40 / SGD $50
Group Package A
5 to 9 delegates
USD $500 / SGD $620 per Group
Group Package B
10< delegates
USD $450/ SGD $560 per Group
Note: SIAE Members are entitled to a special rate.
Fees are payable via cheque to the Singapore Institute of Aerospace Engineers. Alternatively, you may send the registration fees to the following account:

DBS Bank Ltd
Bank Code: 7171
Branch Code: 027 (Parkway Parade)
Account No: 0270070370
Account Type: Current
Swift Code: DBSSSGSG
 

Please direct any inquiries to events@siae.org.sg.