The benefits of additive manufacturing have been widely acknowledged for the past few years, but the industry has recently leapt past the rapid prototyping phase and is now actively engaged in the creation of end-use production parts. Aerospace and defense OEMs are hungry for more applications as machines, materials and software mature. These OEMs and their tier 1&2 suppliers are now being challenged to verify that their production parts adhere to industry standards and are qualified to withstand the harshest environments and performance targets.
To celebrate this actualized progress and to explore the options for transforming challenges into opportunities, Infocast’s Additive Aerospace Summit returns for its 5th Annual Edition, featuring an executive ensemble of regulators and authorities, prominent OEMs and tier 1&2 manufacturers, leading machine and materials developers, innovative NewSpace startups, and influential government users and R&D labs.
This must-attend, destination event for the key players in the Additive Aerospace arena will feature updates on the latest applications of additive manufacturing, bring clarity to the qualification process, and offer critical insider perspectives on supply chain implications.
Don’t miss our pre-summit event!
Infocast’s Digital Thread Executive Briefing will explore the latest advancements of enabling software designed to optimize the manufacturing process. Cutting-edge insights will be provided on CAD, cybersecurity, simulation tools and other essentials connected to digital manufacturing.
Contact Erin Dolleris
818-888-4445 ext 48
Contact Jeffrey Shapiro
818-888-4445 ext 65
“Innovation at the Edge of Space: Commercial Microgravity Opportunities”
“Additive Manufacturing Opportunities in Aerospace”
Additive Manufacturing Engineer
UNITED LAUNCH ALLIANCE
Fellow, Additive Manufacturing
NORTHROP GRUMMAN AEROSPACE SYSTEMS
Dr. Andrew Duggleby
Propulsion Advanced Manufacturing Manager & NAVSEA SSP Project Engineer, Engineering Duty Officer (1445)
VIRGIN ORBIT & US NAVY
Michael Gorelik, PhD
Chief Scientific and Technical Advisor for Fatigue and Damage Tolerance
FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION (FAA)
Mechanical Systems Engineering
BOEING DEFENSE, SPACE AND SECURITY
PI Materials Scientist and Metallurgist
NASA JET PROPULSION LABORATORY / CALIFORNIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
Col. Jody Merritt
Director of Space Programs, Office of Transformational Innovation
UNITED STATES AIR FORCE
Technology Roadmap Owner – Additive Manufacturing Processes
General Manager, Aerospace Structures
RUAG SCHWEIZ AG
Program Manager, Additive Manufacturing
Assemblymember Al Muratsuchi
Leader, Additive Programs
Vice President, Aerospace and Defense Strategy
SIEMENS PLM SOFTWARE
Vice President, Manufacturing Solutions Business Unit
Principal, Advanced Spacecraft Design
For OEM, End User, Government, Academia and Non-Profit pricing, click here.
*Special attendee rates subject to verification by Infocast
Terms & Conditions
Take advantage of the Early Bird rates risk-free! If an Early Bird registration is later canceled, an administrative charge will not be applied and the full tuition amount will be refunded.
For teams of three or more from the same organization, the third and subsequent registrants qualify for a 50% discount. Discounts cannot be combined.
Should you be unable to attend, a refund, less a $195 administrative charge, will be made for cancellations received more than 10 business days before the event. We will be pleased to transfer your registration to another member of your company, or credit the registration to another Infocast event if you register within 6 months from the date of this event. If the event is canceled, Infocast’s liability is limited to the refund of the event registration fee only.
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