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RedCabin is specialised in international summits in the field of aviation and automotive industries. We provide unique Round Table platforms to establish and renew your relationships in the Innovative Aircraft Interior Market and Automotive Industry.

With the expertise resulting from many years of experience and a large worldwide network, we will be a reliable and advanced partner for you and your business. Best solutions and innovations need dedicated professionals with expert knowledge - we will bring them together!

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Cabin Air Quality and Cabin Air Sensing Technology

THU, AUG 06, 2020 | 07:00 PM – 20:00 PM CEST

  • Daniel Schmeling, German Aerospace Centre at DLR  (MODERATOR)
  • Rick Mlcak, Sr. Principle Engineer R&D at Pall Aerospace
  • Chloé Shen Morosetti, Fleet Engineering – Systems at United Airlines
  • Catherine Thibaud, Cabin Air Quality Function Owner at Airbus (to be confirmed)

Cabin Air Quality determines not only comfort but also the safety of crew and passengers. Fumes or odors, can have a significant impact on aircraft operators and with an increase in the number of reported incidents, sustainable solutions need to be put in place.

In episode VI of our clean and safe cabin series, we are excited to have Airbus, Boeing and Pall Aerospace as our panelists discussing Cabin Air Quality Sensing Technology for predictive and proactive maintenance.

Main topics to be discussed:
  • Current challenges around sensing technology as perceived by the OEMs and end users
  • Innovation on cabin air quality. What are the manufacturers doing in order to improve cabin air quality particularly to combat the current pandemic?
  • How important is cabin air quality, and how it creates comfort and safety for passengers?
  • What has held back the advancements in Cabin Air Quality Sensing technology?
  • Methodologies of measurement and assessment for cabin air quality
  • Air quality and comfort in airliner cabin

Cabin Air Quality and Cabin Air Sensing Technology – Episode VI

THU, AUG 06, 2020 | 05:00 PM – 06:00 PM CEST

  • Daniel Schmeling, Researcher „Vehicle Ventilation” at German Aerospace Centre (DLR)  (MODERATOR)
  • Dr. Rick Mlcak, Sr. Principle Engineer R&D at Pall Aerospace
  • Chloé Shen Morosetti, Fleet Engineering – Systems at United Airlines
  • David Space, Associate Technical Fellow at Boeing
  • Dr. Andreas Bezold, Expert – Evironmental Control Systems – Air Quality at Airbus 

 

Cabin Air Quality determines not only comfort but also the safety of crew and passengers. Fumes or odors, can have a significant impact on aircraft operators and with an increase in the number of reported incidents, sustainable solutions need to be put in place.

In episode VI of our clean and safe cabin series, we are excited to have United Airlines, DLR and Pall Aerospace as our panelists discussing Cabin Air Quality Sensing Technology for predictive and proactive maintenance.

Main topics to be discussed:
  • Current challenges around sensing technology as perceived by the OEMs and end users
  • Innovation on cabin air quality. What are the manufacturers doing in order to improve cabin air quality?
  • How important is cabin air quality, and how it creates comfort and safety for passengers?
  • What has held back the advancements in Cabin Air Quality Sensing technology?
  • Methodologies of measurement and assessment for cabin air quality
  • Air quality and comfort in airliner cabin

Session III

Industry Trends in Large Commercial Vehicle Electric Steering

TUE, SEP 29, 2020 | 03:00 PM – 04:00 PM CEST
Garry Smith, Global Steering Technical Leader from Ford Motor Company
Brad Hochrein, Advanced Core & Steering / TE from Ford Motor Company

As driven by emerging environmental regulations and growing customer demand for driver-assistance/AV features, electrification of large commercial vehicle steering is coming.

What are the architectures envisioned for such high-load steering systems?

What are the power supply implications for such systems in both ICE and BEV/FCEV platforms?

As space is limited – first comes first serve!

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October 06-07, 2020 | MOTORWORLD,

Region Stuttgart, Germany & Virtual LIVE

Main topics to be discussed:
  • Discuss how to develop brand recognition in a rapidly changing Automotive World
  • Understand how to design user-friendly Interior & Lighting Design
  • Examine whether voice is THE future user interface
  • Learn how innovative HMI Development Tools can assist to create innovative user interface
  • Experience how Advanced Display Technology can enhance Automotive UX
  • Realize the crucial role of Augmented & Mixed Realities
  • Examine the potential of gamification to achieve an intuitive UX
  • Personalization – How can we adjust the cockpit for different user requirements and preferences?
  • Shy Tech – digital detox in the cockpit?

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Garry Smith, Global Technical Leader

November 17-18, 2020 | Virtual LIVE

Main topics to be discussed:
  • Hear about the award-winning SAE paper regarding “Ball Nut Assembly Modeling” in the mechanical implications category.
  • Get to know the development of evaluation methods for steering loss of assist.
  • Identify similarities and sifferences among automotive, Off-Highway, and aerospace motion control safety requirements for X-by-Wire systems.
  • Discuss redundant power supply architectures for AV & Steer-by-Wire: Can we develop an industry standard?
  • Understand functional safety as it applies to robotics and autonomy across various industries.
  • Learn about latest developments of EPS and its future requirements.
  • Find out latest trends and challenges for commercial steering.
  • Gain insight into electronics reliability methods and what the future needs are.
  • Get to know about trends and challenges for commercial steering

December 01-03, 2020 | Virtual LIVE

Main topics to be discussed:
  • Innovation – Degree of novelty or methodology to deliver
  • Touchless IFE
  • Is there a synergy between Biz Jets and Commercial Airlines?
  • A lighter future for aviation interiors
  • Healthy Cabin
  • Retrofit vs. Linefit – How Can We Quick-Start Innovation?
  • Big Ideas for the New Normal
  • Collaboration between Suppliers
  • New concept of economy class particularly for long haul flights
  • AIRTEK – Sustainable Cabin Structures
  • Beyond COVID: Design Acceleration
  • End-user perspective
  • Certification in the face of COVID

December 08-09, 2020 | Auditorium Friedrichstraße |

Berlin, Germany

Main topics to be discussed:
  • Outlook and trends of railway interiors for the next 3-5 years
  • How the industry can help to increase passengers experience for all and those with special needs
  • Future mobility and how its interior can be applied to railways
  • How interior for long distance or mass rapid transport can be safe, easily cleaned, maintained
  • How can the railway learn from aviation, automotive and bus in-terms of implementing interiors innovation to increase passenger experience?
  • Identifying the use of 3d printing for railways interior
  • Innovation on on-board restaurant, toilets, and other aspects of cabin compartment
  • Lighting on railway interior
  • Railway refurbishment
  • Case study from railway operators on how design helps to improve passenger experience
  • Double decker train
  • Different category on passenger experience from regional train to long haul train, night trains and luxury trains

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April 20 – 21, 2021 I Virtual LIVE

Main topics to be discussed:
  • Find out current challenges and developments of EPS architectures for SAE Level 2 hands-free driving
  • Hear about the impact of passenger car electrification on future EPS systems
  • Identify trends and use cases for intelligent real wheel steering
  • Get to know new simulation methods to save development costs and raise system performance
  • Gain insight into future electrical board net architectures for cost optimal steering gears
  • Discuss current technology challenges for steering systems based on the automotive trends Personalized – Automated – Connected – Electrified: PACE
  • Understand the impact of Human Machine Interface (HMI) on steering systems
  • Find out how to bridge the path towards autonomous driving
  • Get a deeper understanding and learn from aerospace industry about advanced integrated avionic platform
  • Gain insight into future electrical board net architectures for cost optimal steering gears

Welcome to Our Past Summits

Cabin Innovation Aircraft Seating, Abu Dhabi May 2018, Etihad Innovation Centre

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48v in Automotive Optimizing 48V Power Supply Systems, Berlin, Germany

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Cabin Innovation Aircraft Seating, Hamburg, December 2018

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Aircraft Cabin Additive Manufacturing, Abu Dhabi, March 2019

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Steering Systems, Detroit, March 2019

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Aircraft Cabin Innovation Summit, Seattle, June 2019

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Next Generation 48v in Automotive, Berlin, October 2019

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High Voltage, Berlin, October 2019

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Global Additive Applications Summit, Berlin, October 2019

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Digital Toolsets for Airlines and MRO, Berlin, November 2019

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Aircraft Cabin Innovation Summit, London, December 2019

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Aircraft Cabin Additive Manufacturing, Hamburg, March 2020

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Our Team

Monica Wick

Founder & CEO

Monica Wick is the founder and CEO of RedCabin. With more than 10 year’s experience in the aviation and automotive world she is specialized in researching and filtering the most relevant information and developments.

Her motivation is to make them visible to the community and to provide them with an independent connected platform to give birth to evolution. Or to put in the words of Albert Einstein: “The important thing is never to stop questioning – curiosity has its own reason for existing”.

monica.wick@redcabin.de
office: +49 30 99 40 489 10
mobil: +49 162 255 95 44

Andreas Wibowo

Director Business Development

Andreas Wibowo is the Director of Business Development at RedCabin. He earned his Bachelor of Arts from Monash University in Melbourne, Australia. He started his career in Singapore, as a sales executive for a global conference provider.

He continued pursuing his passion in the aviation industry and joined one of the leading airlines publishers. He moved to Berlin in 2014, and helped the organization that he worked with to grow their aviation and automotive conference portfolios, some of those innovative projects include aircraft and automotive seating.

Andreas is passionate about aircraft interiors and technology development in the automotive industry.

andreas.wibowo@redcabin.de
office: +49 30 99 40 489 11
mobil: +49 162 256 738 2

Simone Lange

Program Director Automotive

Since 2011 Simone Lange has designed and developed international conferences mainly in automotive industry with special focus on powertrain, electric & electronics and chassis systems.

She has more than ten years experience as a writer for technical and scientific films, and worked as a journalist for several TV production companies such as i.e. UFA Film & TV Production.

Simone Lange holds a M.A. of Ludwig-Maximilians University Munich. Mission/Vision:

Try to help experts to establish new contacts and exchange ideas with people working in the same area.

simone.lange@redcabin.de
office: +49 30 99 40 489 13
mobil: +49 162 108 98 41

Desirée Thräne

Head of Operations

Desirée Thräne is the Head of Operations at Red Cabin.
Before joining Red Cabin in February 2019, she worked as a location manager for a large coworking company in Berlin. She was responsible for the effective and successful management of operational procedure, systems and principles in the areas of information flow and business processes. Desi strives to find exciting, efficient and innovative ways to keep our customers happy.

Desirée graduated her Bachelor of Arts in economics and looks forward to the challenges of creating effective structures and helping to build a worldwide company.

desiree.thraene@redcabin.de
office:   +49 30 99 40 489 15
mobile: +49 173 27 37 940

Erutode Rume

Director of Business Development Automotive

Over two decades, intelligent with combine experience and operational data that has uncover more insights and fueling breakthrough in the automotive industry. Role-based dashboards, intuitive interfaces, action right planning tools, place the right data in front of the right persons or companies at the right time. These actions have enabling facts that automatically identify key challenges and overcome them.

Designed and developed international conferences with passion in the automotive sector, some innovative projects include Automotive Seating, Steering Systems, Chassis Electrification, Intuitive Car HMI, Autonomous Driving Technology (Cognitive Vehicles AI and Deep Learning) and Functional Safety.

erutode.rume@redcabin.de
office:  +49 30 99 40 489 16
mobile: +49 173 1879936