The Delft University of Technology, in collaboration with H2020 ReMAP project partners, has the pleasure to organise and announce the first conference entirely dedicated to the topic of Condition-based Maintenance (CBM) in the aerospace domain. It is our belief that current forums focus on parts of the CBM chain, do not specifically address the aerospace sector, or are commercially oriented. There is the need for a dedicated conference to get practitioners and researchers together to discuss research and promote development in the full CBM scope for the aerospace industry. The 1st International Conference for Condition-based Maintenance in Aerospace will be held in Delft, The Netherlands, on 24-25 May 2022. The conference aims to create an international platform for academicians, researchers, managers, industrial participants, and students to share their research findings in reliability engineering, sensing technology, predictive algorithms, data science and IT, artificial intelligence for CBM, optimisation solutions, digital-twin models, and safety & certification related to CBM. Bringing together leading experts and promising young researchers, the conference will offer an opportunity for scientific and technical discussions in relatively small groups. The conference will have social events, technical demonstrations, and keynote talks on critical issues and applications. In addition, the conference will have a workshop intended to present the results of the H2020 ReMAP project.
• Intelligent maintenance systems
• Digital solutions & e-maintenance
• Federated analytics
• Data collection and analysis
• Data transmission, communication & storage
• Data sharing solutions
• Security & data integrity
• Big data solutions for CBM
• Edge computing solutions
Participants of the 1st International Conference for CBM in Aerospace 2022 are also invited to join the ReMAP Day on the 23rd. This will be a full day event also hosted at X TU Delft presenting and discussing the final results from the ReMAP project. We count on having the demonstration of some of the technologies that we developed during the project and we will discuss the definition of a White Paper towards the implementation of CBM in aviation.
Join our partners, technical committee, advisory board members, and support group members in this discussion.
Registration link and detailed agenda will be provided later.