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About Civil Aviation Authority International

CAAi is the technical cooperation, consulting and aviation training arm of the UK Civil Aviation Authority. CAAi provides aviation safety, security and economic regulation assistance in over 140 countries, supporting ICAO and EASA to meet international aviation standards. CAA International Limited is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Civil Aviation Authority. It is located in West Sussex, England.

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Gatwick Airport South Aviation House

West Sussex, England, RH6 0YR,

United Kingdom

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CAAi to advise ZeroAvia on hydrogen-electric propulsion

Jun 30, 2022

CAAi to advise ZeroAvia on hydrogen-electric propulsion ZeroAvia has appointed CAA International (CAAi) to provide regulatory advisory services to support the design and development of ZeroAvia’s hydrogen fuel cell electric propulsion system. Since its inception in 2018, ZeroAvia has been working with aircraft operators, owners, and manufacturers toward supplying the world’s breakthrough zero-emission engines and the infrastructure and fuel to power a revolution in greener flight. During the next phase in ZeroAvia’s journey to zero-emission aviation, it plans to install 600kW hydrogen-electric powertrains on 9-to-19 seat demonstrator aircraft, replacing the conventional engines. By examining the safety and regulatory aspects with CAAi , ZeroAvia aims to achieve Type Certification for the retrofitted hydrogen-electric powered aircraft by the end of 2024. The company is targeting standalone type certification for aspects of its powerplant (electric propulsion system, power generation system) in the same way that a turbine engine is certified today. This then facilitates installation on various airframes via an airframe-specific Supplemental Type Certificate. During the coming months, design and certification specialists from CAAi will be tasked with conducting a program of workshops with ZeroAvia to identify gaps in certification specifications and safety requirements that may warrant modifications to the hydrogen-electric propulsion system. Speaking after the project kick-off meeting, Jolanta Rekiel-Taylor, Senior Manager of International Development at CAAi, commented: “We are delighted to be working with ZeroAvia on this important program to help scale sustainable aviation and seek a route to net zero flight. By helping ZeroAvia navigate some of the regulatory requirements needed for safe operation, we are committed to helping ZeroAvia achieve its goal of Supplemental Type Certification by late 2024.” Dominic Cheater, Head of DOA and Airworthiness at ZeroAvia, added: “The test flights that we have conducted of our hydrogen-electric powertrain have built a lot of excitement about the potential for zero-emission aviation, but the real revolution will be having a configuration which is certified by the aviation regulators and put into commercial use. To get there, we need the continued commitment and expertise of our own team and the support of specialists like CAAi.” The project commences in June 2022 and is expected to be completed in 2024. CAA International (CAAi) is the technical cooperation arm of the UK Civil Aviation Authority. CAAi provides regulatory advice, training, capacity building programs and examination services to aviation regulators and industry organizations across the globe. Drawing on world-leading expertise from within the UK regulator, CAAi helps organizations design and implement regulatory best practice to comply with international regulatory standards. In 2019, CAAi trained more than 2,500 aviation professionals and worked in over 60 countries. About the presentation This topic is aimed at people with familiarity with some, or all the disciplines involved, but not necessarily hands-on use of the related hardware or software. Examples of specific software will be easily understandable and transferrable to other platforms. The presentation shows how to apply the design process in a way that promotes the transition to a simpler workflow through time, as the as-manufactured condition of legacy parts are incorporated in digital models, reducing the need for prototypes and facilitating a productive approach. Covered topics include: • The Traditional Approach • Assembling individual modern capabilities into an effective and risk-reducing approach • Assessing the range of as-manufactured condition of legacy parts to qualify fit, function, and finish that may deviate from design, but still work • Digitization of point clouds and geometry to model legacy parts in CAD • Designing new components in CAD to meet actual legacy parts • Virtual assembly of the product in CAD and iterative design refinement • Use of rapid prototypes validated against CAD to close the loop on virtual activities, such as assembly, leading to final design refinement and digitization of modifications to update the digital design • Examples including hardware and software workflows • Accelerating product design, or paralysis by analysis? Recognizing and avoiding potential pitfalls Registration Powered by AMT and managed by GIE Media,  The IMTS 2022 Conference  features 69 different sessions you won’t want to miss so  register today . Focused on a range of topics that include process innovation, plant operations, quality/inspection, and automation,  The IMTS 2022 Conference  addresses improving productivity; improving part quality; and developing a stable, competent workforce to lower the cost of manufacturing in the United States and create new levels of market demand. Meet your presenter Les Baker has 15 years’ experience with FARO® as a field applications engineer, preceded by 10 years in laser scanning services and sales demonstrations with a scanning OEM. Prior to these roles, he spent time as an application engineer providing tolerance management and GD&T training to the aerospace industry, as a quality engineer for a global tier one automotive supplier of injection-molded plastics, and as a CAD designer for large-scale commercial uninterruptible power supplies and emergency lighting. Les has 28 years’ experience in 3D metrology across a variety of platforms with exposure to many industries and applications. About the company We are an imaging company and an imagining company. We imagine a better, more insightful, and capable world realized through 3D digital means and measurement technologies. From the beginning, we’ve been helping our customers make decisions more quickly and accurately. We believe if it can be dreamed, it can be measured. And if it can be measured, it can be realized. Deloitte announced the grand opening of  The Smart Factory @ Wichita . This new experience center marries an ecosystem of world-leading, innovative collaborators, including founders: AWS, Dragos, Infor, SAP, Siemens, and Wichita State University, and builders: Check Point, HPE, Tenable, ServiceNow, UiPath, Verizon, and more with strategy and cutting-edge technology to showcase the power of smart factory technologies. Why it matters As organizations continue to respond to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, increasing demand for products amid a volatile supply chain, labor shortages and a fluctuating global economy, many manufacturers find themselves relying on outdated legacy systems to power their operations. Organizations that engineer an end-to-end smart manufacturing operation can increase efficiency, sustainability, and cybersecurity, build resilience, and create new levels of growth and competitive advantage. Experience Industry 4.0 in action The Smart Factory @ Wichita showcases advanced manufacturing techniques in a variety of applications on a shop floor to help organizations navigate their biggest challenges. Visitors to the new, immersive facility will experience smart factory concepts that bring together the Internet of Things, cloud, artificial intelligence, computer vision and more to create interconnected systems that use data to drive intelligent actions. They will also be involved in real-world demonstrations, hands-on workshops and see practical applications brought to life that are designed to help their organizations build a road map to accelerate growth. The Smart Factory @ Wichita also serves as a catalyst for operational transformations and improved business results. For example, Deloitte has created a technology platform, Smart Factory Accelerator, with a suite of managed services that enable manufacturers navigating the complex digital transformation landscape to optimally achieve their operational performance objectives. The new, cloud-based, turnkey set of solutions with advanced analytics, coupled with Deloitte's network of ecosystem relationships, solves for today's most important operational challenges, such as visibility into end-to-end operations at scale, provides proactive, predictive operational insights, and helps achieve step-change performance objectives. Sustainably smart Housed in a net-zero building, the 60,000ft2 Smart Factory @ Wichita is powered by a renewable energy smart grid and is outfitted with wind trees, solar assets and smart lighting. Science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) kits produced at the factory use 100% recycled polyethylene terephthalate (rPET) collected from the local recycling stream as the primary raw material, bringing the circular economy to life. STEM education: The Smart Factory @ Wichita enables the next generation of innovators In line with its commitment to philanthropy and STEM education, The Smart Factory @ Wichita joined forces with Elenco Electronics and AWS to help produce and distribute a new STEM education product: the Smart Rover kit – a STEM-forward 21st century learning experience. Produced on the factory's state-of-the-art production line, the Smart Rover kit incorporates one of Elenco's award-winning Snap Circuits kits, the Snap Rover, with a Raspberry Pi microcomputer and camera module to educate middle school students on product design, coding and engineering. The program's mission is to inspire the next generation of diverse innovators to fill the growing talent gap in critical STEM-focused areas. With initial donations impacting 1,000 middle school students in Metro Detroit, Philadelphia and Wichita in 2022, Deloitte aims to reach 800,000 students in the U.S. over four years to foster long-term systemic impact in STEM education. Wichita: A center of precision manufacturing and technology In support of a community that is known for its deep roots in manufacturing, The Smart Factory @ Wichita is working with Wichita State University, which hosts the factory on its Innovation Campus, to bring together Deloitte's technology experience with the university's research, educational and innovation capabilities. Wichita State University is also using the factory in its curriculum as an applied learning experience to enrich its students' experiences and help inspire the next generation of STEM manufacturing talent. The factory is anticipated to draw over 5,000 visitors, including leaders of globally renowned companies, to the local area over the next year, with growth anticipated in the future. The Smart Factory @ Wichita also engages many parts of the community including local vendors, suppliers, and businesses. About the presentation Aerospace companies continually struggle to successfully implement automation. Manufacturing requirements and product design, certifications, and complexity make automation more difficult than in industries such as automotive. Many new technologies and capabilities not commonly known throughout aerospace can solve past difficulties. This presentation shows real-world examples of automated aerospace processes that have helped further companies’ production needs. Plus, updates will be provided on new developments that further ease the implementation of advanced automation for some of aerospace’s most difficult processes. The presentation shows how collaborative robotics and solutions can be implemented for a successful manufacturing process. The session discusses solutions and new technology developments, including advances in collaborative robotics and automating aerospace production operations. Attendees will hear about the key project concepts common to all successful automation projects and learn how to avoid the common mistakes that cause automation failure. Registration Powered by AMT and managed by GIE Media,  The IMTS 2022 Conference  features 69 different sessions you won’t want to miss so  register today . Focused on a range of topics that include process innovation, plant operations, quality/inspection, and automation,  The IMTS 2022 Conference  addresses improving productivity; improving part quality; and developing a stable, competent workforce to lower the cost of manufacturing in the United States and create new levels of market demand. Meet your presenter Rick Schultz has been in the machining, robotics, automation, and control industry with a focus on supporting advanced aerospace applications for more than 25 years. Rick supported many advanced manufacturing systems throughout aerospace and experienced successful (and unsuccessful) approaches to monitoring/analyzing manufacturing data. About the company FANUC America offers products and services for industrial robotics, CNC systems, and factory automation solutions. As a FANUC customer, you’ll find peace of mind knowing your automation products are covered by FANUC’s ‘Service First’ guarantee: Lifetime maintenance on our products for as long as they are used - 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Boeing officials announced the company’s top-performing suppliers at the 2022 Supplier of the Year event in Los Angeles, recognizing nine companies for proactively managing supply chain quality, readiness, and health and delivering on Boeing’s commitment to advance global sustainability. Award categories are: Supplier Diversity, Outstanding Performance, Alliance, Pathfinder, Supply Chain Visibility, Collaboration, Sustainability, Risk Management, and Support & Services. For the first time, a Sustainability Supplier of the Year was awarded to demonstrate the importance of collaboration to drive sustainability across the supply chain. “Each Boeing Supplier of the Year delivered impressive performance as our entire industry collaborated to drive stability through a challenging environment,” said William Ampofo, vice president of Parts & Distribution Services and Supply Chain for Boeing Global Services and Chair of Boeing’s Supply Chain Operations Council. “They did an outstanding job maintaining our high standards – a focus on operational excellence, quality and reliability – that allow Boeing to continue to earn the trust of our stakeholders, customers and the flying public.” The 2022 winners are: • Outstanding Performance: GeoControl Systems Inc., Houston, Texas • Alliance Award: Tata Advanced Systems, Hyderabad, India • Pathfinder: Evergreen Aviation Technologies Corp., Taoyuan City, Taiwan • Supply Chain Visibility Award: Cytec Engineered Materials (SOLVAY Group), Havre De Grace, Md. • Collaboration: voestalpine Böhler Aerospace GmbH & Co., Kapfenberg, Austria • Sustainability: Edison Energy LLC, Irvine, Calif. • Risk Management: RBC Bearings, Oxford, Conn. • Support & Services: GXO Logistics, Greenwich, Conn. Boeing works with nearly 11,000 active suppliers worldwide and spends approximately $37 billion in supplier payments very year.

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