Adress: The St. Regis Saadiyat Island Resort, Abu Dhabi, Crowne Plaza Abu Dhabi - Yas Island
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Starting Date: 24 May, 07:00
End Date: 26 May, 14:00
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WELCOME TOGLOBAL AEROSPACE SUMMITThe Global Aerospace Summit, hosted by Mubadala, will return to Abu Dhabi as a leadership gathering of the aerospace, defence, aviation and space industries from the 24 - 26 May 2022.The Summit is an exclusive, strategic gathering of 1,000 global aerospace industry leaders and is a fertile environment to facilitate successful global trade and analyse the future of the industry.Delegates attend for dialogue and access, connecting organisations and individuals who can have a direct, positive impact on business performance across the aerospace, defence, aviation and space industries.DIGITAL DRIVEN RESURGENCEThe Global Aerospace Summit is an exclusive, invitation only gathering of 1,000 aerospace industry leaders gathered to promote partnerships, business opportunities and cooperative development in the global aerospace sector. Bringing together the aerospace, space, defence and aviation sectors the Summit is a strategic leadership platform that is focused on enabling business and sector growth.The Summit gives attendees top level dialogue and access, connecting organisations and individuals who can have a direct, positive impact on business performance across the aerospace, defence, aviation and space industries. While attending you will take an active role in a comprehensive programme of conferences and task forces. The Summit delivers thought leadership and strategic vision driven by industry decision makers.GLOBAL AEROSPACE SUMMIT THEMESRenewal - How is the aerospace sector changing business model to adapt to the post COVID business environment?Opportunities – How have technology adaptations and a new market landscape opened new channels for growth in the sector?Parallel industries – What can high technology , knowledge driven sectors learn from each other, and what are the opportunities for collaboration and partnership?Digital – Where is the digital revolution having the biggest impact and how can you accelerate your implementation programmes?Security – How can stakeholders ensure their assetsKEY AEROSPACE SECTORS AEROSPACEWith ongoing investments in the development of a knowledge-based economy and a sophisticated industrial base, the UAE is growing its capabilities as a major supplier to Tier One OEMs. Organisations are looking for partners who can make their operations even more efficient and drive production levels.                                      DEFENCEMilitary aviation is continuing to be an important focus in the Middle East, resulting in increased spending from government and state-owned organisations. The Global Aerospace Summit will bring together the latest and most innovative military technologies, platforms, and systems solution providers.MROAs demand for flights grows through to 2022, opportunities for MRO businesses will rapidly increase to ensure aircraft are ready to fly at short notice. Hosting some of the most sophisticated facilities in the world, the UAE is the ideal destination forairlines to meet with MRO suppliers with the expertise to fulfil any requirements, and the Global Aerospace Summit is where the leaders of the MRO sector will gather. COMMERCIAL AVIATIONThe UAE is a key international aviation hub and gateway between Asia, Africa, and Europe. As the commercial airline sector recovers from the pandemic, analysts are confident that the Middle East’s airlines will bounce into growth a lot quicker. For suppliers in the commercial aviation sector the Middle East will be an early market growth opportunity.SPACEThe UAE’s investment in space technologies has already exceeded US$5.4 billion and is steadily growing as local companies expand their global footprint in the industry. The Global Aerospace Summit is the ideal showcase for the latest developments in this rapidly growing market.TECHNOLOGYThe Global Aerospace Summit will showcase how cutting-edge technologies are making manufacturing more efficient and responsive, bolstering the recovery of the aviation, aerospace and defence industries.