Daily conferences about Innovation on the Safran stand

The factory of the future, Big Data, more electric aircraft, potential for propulsion and mobility for tomorrow are several of the 15-minute innovation briefings we will be hosting at the Safran stand (Hall 2A – 228-252). So come and chat about all these topics and more with our specialists!

 

Safran will be holding dynamic TED-Talk-like conferences every day during the Paris Air Show, by the Group's experts, on key topics revolving around innovation in our businesses:

Label Safran Innovation

 

  • Mobility in The Future: Detection, Recognition, Guidance

Safran' expertise and technology at the core of mobility tomorrow
By Thierry Dupoux, Senior VP R&T, Sagem & Vincent Bouatou  VP Business Development – Biometric Technologies, Morpho  

Monday 15 June – 11:15am (in French)

Tuesday 16 June – 10:00am (in English)

 

  • Propulsion Systems of the Future: Evolution, Revolution

Electric hybrid propulsion systems by Safran
By Vincent Garnier, VP Product Strategy and Market and Pierre-Alain Lambert, Head of Energy & Propulsion Department, Safran

Monday 15 June – 11.45am (in English)

Friday 19 June – 10.00am (in French)

 

  • Safran Analytics – why an Entity dedicated to Big Data?

The challenges that Analytics is tackling in this industrial group
By Ghislaine Doukhan, Executive VP, Safran Analytics

Tuesday 16 June – 10:30am (in French)

Wednesday 17 June – 10:00am (in English)

 

  • Towards a More Electrical Plane: Today's Progress, Tomorrow's Solutions

Imagining the forward-looking solutions that will best tackle aircraft manufacturer's requirements
By Serge Berenger, VP Innovation and R&T, Labinal Power Systems and Fabien Boudjemaa, Head of Fuel Cell Team, Snecma

Wednesday 17 June – 10:30am (in French)

Thursday 18 June – 10:00am (in English)

 

  • The Factory Operator of the Future

Operators become drivers, and how their daily jobs are evolving
By Cédric O, Factory of the future project manager, Safran

Thursday 18 June – 10:30am (in French)

Friday 19 June – 10:30am (in English)