Innovative approaches for world-class aircraft coating presented by experts
14th-15th May 2019, Hamburg, Germany
Plus guided tour through the AIRBUS painting facilities on 13th May
Call for Speakers
From 14th – 15th May, the aircraft coating industry meets in Hamburg to discuss the latest innovations, techniques, materials and strategies.
Regarding exterior coating, REACh and associated environmental aspects are of interest. Another focus is set on the automation of aircraft coating. Which approaches are currently implemented, and which innovative techniques may be reasonable for the future? For the first time, there will be a short session devoted to aircraft interior coating on 13th May.
As the best process does not work without suitable materials, accordingly main emphasis will be set on innovative coating systems and special effect surfaces.
New techniques are also oftentimes applied by the MRO industry – seize the opportunity to make your latest innovations known!
Join us and deliver an expert paper on one of the following topics:
REACh and environmental aspects
Special effect surfaces – Theory and application
Efficiency and process optimization
Deadline for abstract submission:
Interested speakers are kindly requested to submit their suggested contribution via email to email@example.com. Please submit a short text (500 characters) describing your topic until 01 December 2018.
About the conference
The Networking forum IntAIRCOAT provides the most authoritative, efficient and influential forum for aircraft coating managers to shape the future of their technology. The biennial event provides a platform for experts to discuss the highly specific requirements in the area of aircraft coating and to share their knowledge in this field. It is attended by representatives from aircraft manufacturers, the various airlines, maintenance, repair and overhaul facilities as well as coatings manufacturers, machinery makers, and the field of research.
Technical presentations by airlines, aircraft manufacturers, MRO’s, suppliers and institutes
Various Networking possibilities
Maximum of knowledge transfer
The adjacent Exhibitor’s Forum
Guided Tour through the AIRBUS painting facilities (13 May)
Maritime Aerospace, DE
Dr. Armin Fangmeier
Airbus Operations, DE
Dr. Jill E. Seebergh
The Boeing Company, US
Dr. Volkmar Stenzel
Fraunhofer Institue of Manufacturing Technology and Applied Materials, DE
René van den Hof
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, NL
Lufthansa Technik, DE