We would like to invite you for the meeting "The runway for MRO - where are we know and where do we want to go?", organized by the Special Interest Group MRO, on November 28th from 10:00 – 14:30. We are pleased to inform you that we will be the guest of Royal NLR in Amsterdam.
With the Special Interest Group MRO we have been working on a concept roadmap MRO in recent months. What did we do?
- We sent out a survey to the NAG-members for this;
- We conducted a number of interviews;
- In addition, students of the University of Applied Sciences in Amsterdam will conduct interviews during the MRO Europe in Amsterdam
- To realize a roadmap aviation MRO. In this roadmap, both the short term with the existing aircraft and the long term with new types of aircraft such as electric or hydrogen-powered platforms are given a place. Make sure that MRO is directly involved and already part of the complete life-cycle development of (new)production aircraft. The focus of the meeting is primarily on our own industry. However, in order to facilitate learning from other industries that are more advanced in the implementation of smart MRO strategies and innovations, several cross-sectoral examples will be discussed as well
- Based on a roadmap with developments for the short, medium and long term, SMEs + large companies can better respond to the expected developments and see how they can work together with others
- For this meeting we mainly invite SMEs working in the field of MRO, but large companies are of course also welcome!
Reception with coffe/tea
Welcome by Lex Besselink, chairman NAG & World Class Maintenance (WCM)
Introduction by Timo Wassenaar, R&D Engineer Maintenance & Engineering at NLR
Presentation Ruben Ogink, Founder Hello New Day - inspiring story based on experiences other sectors
Presentation by Jan Verbeek, vice-chairman NAG, Partner Knowledge Management & Innovation ADSE - National Collective Business Plan (NCBP) and link with MRO
Status Roadmap by Jacob Derks, Project Developer at WCM
Explanation Round Tables by Jacob Derks
Round Table (2 rounds of half an hour and 15 minutes of plenary feedback) – Interactive workshop to gather input for the roadmap and make connections to arrive at starting points for collaboration
Reflection (+ what we will do next) by Paul van Kempen, operational director WCM on the discussed in Round Table session
End of meeting
Participation is free of charge
The event is made possible by a TKI HTSM Grant.
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We hope to welcome you in this meeting on November 28th at Royal NLR in Amsterdam.
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