qodef-fullwidth-slider

RedCabin Profile

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!

Get Informed: Watch out for our Upcoming Webinars and see what happened at our Past Webinars

48V in Automotive, 26. – 28.09.2018, Germany

During This Two Day Conference You Will:
  • Get to know new features of 48V systems
  • Network with leading hybrid-electric vehicle engineers
    from OEMs and -corresponding supplier companies
    who are advancing the 48V technology
  • Learn about latest achievements on 48V architectures
  • Be up-dated on 48V standardization
  • Identify innovative energy storage and managements
    systems in mild hybrids
  • Gain insight into 48V market speci cs and trends
  • Discuss future 48V subsystems
-assess saftey aspects
    of 48V implementation
  • Assess saftey aspects of 48V implementation
  • Get to know new features of 48V systems
  • Network with leading hybrid-electric vehicle engineers
    from OEMs and -corresponding supplier companies
    who are advancing the 48V technology
  • Learn about latest achievements on 48V architectures
  • Be up-dated on 48V standardization
  • Identify innovative energy storage and managements
    systems in mild hybrids
  • Gain insight into 48V market speci cs and trends
  • Discuss future 48V subsystems
-assess saftey aspects
    of 48V implementation
  • Assess saftey aspects of 48V implementation

Media Partner

electric-hybrid-logo250

Sponsor

For sponsorship such as exhibition, logo display, evening event sponsoring and speaking, please contact:

Andreas Wibowo | andreas.wibowo@redcabin.de
direct line: +49 30 99 40 489 11

Media Partner

48v_mediapartner_400

CABIN INNOVATION AIRCRAFT SEATING,

4 – 6 December 2018, Hamburg, Germany, ZAL TECH CENTER

Main topics to be discussed:
  • Industry overview and trends
  • Airline panel: YC seats and improving the accommodation in this class
  • Perceived comfort, what is it and how do you measure it?
  • „Continued product segmentation
  • Using research data and comfort research to design a seat
  • The spirit of aviation and automotive coming together – who is influencing who?
  • Airline Case Study : The Digital Cabin
  • Predictive – PMA Parts – Certification: Regulators in the focus
  • Color, material and finishing
  • Hard plastics
  • Race for Data and new models for collaboration
  • High Performance Materials
  • Health Management Systems
  • Comfort Science

Partner

Sponsor

Sponsor

Sponsor

STG-Master-With-Strap-1Line

Partner

tapis logo

Media Partner

Sponsor

pexco-300x69

AIRCRAFT CABIN ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING
Now and the future

6 – 7 March 2019 | Etihad Innovation Center, Abu Dhabi

Main topics to be discussed:
  • Industry Overview and Trends: Survey of 3D printing industry for Airlines and MRO
  • The certification challenge: Overcoming the lack of an established certification roadmap and qualified materials
  • Streamlining the process for regulation and certification
  • Machine Focus session: machine OEMs state of the art machines, Technical and Functional support
  • The 3D printed cabin of the future
  • Material session: Availability, challenges for qualification, cost
  • Multi material production
  • Applications session: Adopting and utilizing 3D printing, Applications for MRO and Airline
  • Business model: Industrialization of Additive Manufacturing, How to make 3D printing more widely used in Airlines and MRO, Inhouse vs Outsourcing, Workforce Development, Supply Chain

Partner

BASF_500

Sponsor

Media Partner

Sponsor

Steering Systems USA 2019

26 – 27 MARCH 2019 | GM Heritage Center, Sterling Heights, MI, USA

Main topics to be discussed:
  • Learn about safety architectures for steer-by-wir
  • Identify the impact of steer-by-wire on processes on the whole system
  • Discuss about needs for mechanical redundancy in steering and
    suspension components for autonomous vehicles
  • Get an insight into advanced integrated avionics platform with
    highly fault tolerant fly-by-wire applications
  • Find out about power supply implications for future steering systems
  • Compare and learn about fail-safe/fail-operational mechanisms of
     x-by-wire systems of different industries
  • Assess methods to verify software integrity
  • Get updated on level 3 and level 4 of automated driving and beyond

Hosted by

Chaired by Ade Badiru
Steering Technical Expert
gm-logo

Sponsor

For sponsorship such as exhibition, logo display, evening event sponsoring and speaking, please contact:

Felix Howes
direct line: +49 30 99 40 489 14

Aircraft Cabin Innovation Summit

4 – 6 June 2019 | Museum of Flight, Seattle, USA

Main topics to be discussed:
  • A new product takes off
  • Single aisle lie flat seats the next cabin boom!
  • Exclusive Butterfly flexible seat 2.0
  • Seats as part of the overall cabin experience
  • Innovation Vs Passenger Safety & Regulatory Compliance
  • What is the role of an independent design house in the cabin interior innovation?
  • Upgradation of Existing Aircraft
  • Airline Panel Discussion
  • Supplier Panel Discussion
  • Changing trend in the Aircraft Interior “Class structure”
  • Disabled access
  • Cabin of the future – Impact of Innovation and new technologies

Partner

Media Partner

Sponsor

For sponsorship such as exhibition, logo display, evening event sponsoring and speaking, please contact:

Andreas Wibowo

Business Development-Lead

andreas.wibowo@redcabin.de

direct line: +4930994048911

Mobile: +49 162 256 7382

Partner

sponsor

SHIP EMISSIONS CONTROL

MAY 21 – 22, 2019 | HAMBURG, GERMANY

Main topics to be discussed:
  • Discuss whether current and future mandatory rules and regulations, guidelines and standards from maritime organizations are strict enough
  • Get insight into new ways and technologies to run ships environmentally friendly while still operating economically
  • Get updated on new concepts of green shipping
  • Identify latest challenges and opportunities of onshore power supply
  • Find out whether fossil fuel needs to become more expensive to trigger a change to power ships environmentally friendly
  • Assess LNG as the current “bridge technology” towards a cleaner burning in comparison to marine diesel fuel
  • Compare and learn about decarbonization versus “defossilization”: differences, aims and potential solutions

48v in Automotive

October 1 – 2, 2019 | BERLIN, GERMANY

Main topics to be discussed:
  • Discuss the limits of 48V technology
  • Find out the competitive system cost to performance ratio
  • Get updated on market trends and legislation of 48V electrification and beyond
  • Evaluate efficient topologies of the 48V system
  • Discover the advantages of P0 architectures within the 48V system
  • Learn about the latest achievements of energy storage technology and how it changes our perception
  • Understand new functions in the mild hybrid MHEV for enhanced customer comfort
  • Discuss future developments of energy management
  • Get to know how to redcuce costs while keeping up system efficiency
  • Find out how to overcome the lack of system and component standards
  • Smart concepts to deal with higher complexity of the propulsion systems in MHEVs

High Voltage

October 1 – 2, 2019 | BERLIN, GERMANY

Main topics to be discussed:
  • Discover high voltage technology for future vehicles in the context of automated drive
  • Find out about next generation e-machine technology
  • Explore advanced drive train topologies for high voltage vehicles
  • Discuss how to optimize architecutures for electric and hybrid electric vehicles
  • Evaluate innovations on thermal management to prolong lifetime of electric vehicle` powertrain and efficiency improvement
  • Learn about the latest achievements of in-wheel electric motor technology
  • Get to know innovations on battery cell chemistry development
  • Discuss battery management systems for high voltage li-ion batteries
  • Understand to redcuce costs while keeping up system efficiency
  • Get updated on latest achievements in fuel cell technology development for electrified vehicles

Global Additive Applications Summit

October 30 – 31, 2019 | TBA, BERLIN

Main topics to be discussed:
  • Understand who additive is changing the railway business in Europe
  • Discuss „AM in Aerospace vs Railway“ to get an idea which AM applications are true game changers and discover the differences and the main hurdles in both industries
  • Get a deep insight into industrial additive manufacturing and experience a user perspective
  • Find out how to optimize aerospace applications with simulation and novel materials to save development time and costs
  • Explore novel design solutions from CAD to part
  • Assess additive as a driving force for a new manufacturing protocol
  • Evaluate end to end digital manufacturing / generative design and compare automotive with aerospace
  • Discuss whether digital data collection and monitoring secures better part quality and therefore minimizes productions failure in automotive production
  • Learn about 3D-printing applications for cabin interior

Digital Toolsets for Airlines and MRO

12 – 13 NOVEMBER 2019 | The Michelberger Hotel, Berlin

Main topics to be discussed:
  • Understand how Predictive Algorithms change the MRO business
  • Discuss how Digital Manufacturing Services provides advantages affecting the cabin, and subsequently aircraft production
  • Find out how to optimize architectures of airlines – airport digital cooperation for E2E prediction and supply chain?
  • How Digital Transformation affects Airline & MRO business?
  • What could a new communication network standard could look like?
  • Intelligent Data Hub
  • What measures OEMs should take on Cyber Security aspects
  • Digital Authentication, online-check in going further, new ways of checking in and governmental aspects?

Hosted by

Aircraft Cabin Innovation Summit

3 – 4 December 2019 | London – CCT Venue, Level 32
5 December 2019 | London – The Base, Virgin Atlantic

Main topics to be discussed:
  • Next Generation Inclusive Travel
  • Single aisle Cabin opportunities and why
  • User-centric product development for the digital cabin of tomorrow
  • How Aircraft Cabin Interior experts can learn from different industries?
  • Cabin Interior for supersonic planes
  • Cabin Modification
  • Certification- New regulations on the cabin? What’s the update from EASA?
  • The importance of the customer expectation and how do you manage it?
  • Cabin Innovation from LCC perspective. What it means and how does it compare to legacy carrier
  • Future of mobility – Hyperloop – Virgin Galactic

Hosted by

Cohosted by

March 03-04, 2020 | ZAL Tech Center,

Hamburg, Germany

Main topics to be discussed:
  • Potentials and Challenges of Additive Manufactured Cabin Interior Parts
  • Value Proposition of AM to the airlines particularly in Cabin interior
  • Role of additive manufacturing for Cabin MRO/ Refurbishment
  • Robot guided additive manufacturing for large scale cabin parts
  • Challenges on IP in 3d printing for cabin parts, and how to overcome it
  • Certification issues on cabin additive manufacturing
  • The role of Metal applications on Aircraft Cabin additive manufacturing
  • Tooling on Aircraft Cabin Additive Manufacturing
  • Flammability testing on additive materials for cabin application
  • Can digital data collection and monitoring secure better part quality and therefore minimize production failure in cabin interior production?
  • Advancements in Additive Manufacturing Standards, Qualification & Certification
  • Challenges of 3D printing in the Aerospace Industry

Additive Manufacturing for Aircraft Interiors – doing the trick for the In-Service Market

TUE, JUN 30, 2020 | 03:00 PM – 04:00 PM CEST

  • Stephan Keil, Director Industrialisation at AM Global  (MODERATOR)
  • Markus Glasser, Senior Vice President EMEA at EOS
  • Vinu Vijayan, Global Business Development Manager – Aerospace at EOS
  • Frederic Becel, Design Manager, CVE, Innovation Leader Aircraft Modification Division at Air France

 

Additive Manufacturing is increasingly used across industry and has found its way into Aerospace. There it is moving beyond initial metal applications at OEMs, into the In-Service Market, in particular in form of polymer 3D printing for Interiors.

This webinar discusses the future use of polymer AM parts in the Aircraft Cabin, it’s potential for cost saving, design improvement and shorter lead times, as well as the hurdles that are yet to be overcome, regarding certification, availability of suitable raw materials, investments and legal aspects.

A wide spreading of AM manufacturing also has the potential to significantly change the supply chain setup of the Aero industry, impacting small and large suppliers, as distributed manufacturing moves closer to becoming a reality.
Furthermore, new business models for spare parts and part design data may emerge, along with new services, which brings a need to tackle challenges around IP and regulation.

Main topics to be discussed:
  • Where airlines see the value of AM cabin parts, and how they can enter the AM journey?
  • What new business opportunities this brings for Maintenance Repair and Overhaul Providers (MROs)?
  • How certification of alternative cabin parts can be managed?
  • What the AM industry can do to support MROs and airlines?
  • Why this can reshape the Aero Supply Chain for the future?
  • What new business models may emerge in the future?

Enjoying a safe aircraft cabin – Episode IV

The future of aircraft configuration

TUE, JUL 7, 2020 | 05:00 PM – 06:30 PM CEST

  • Paul Clark, Managing Director – Through The Looking Glass (MODERATOR)
  • Frank Ehlermann, Managing Director at PACE Aerospace Engineering & Information Technology GmbH – a TXT company
  • Nicole Noack, Managing Director at Independent Aircraft Modifier Alliance (IAMA)
  • Paolo Drago, CEO at Aviointeriors
  • Jeremy Hunter, Sr. Sales & Marketing Manager at Jamco America
  • Mathew Coder, Manager on board experience at Alaska Airlines

 

Innovation and collaboration for greater flexibility!

The COVID Pandemic is going to profoundly impact the way aircraft are configured and Airline way aircraft are configured and Airline, MRO and Part Suppliers will have to develop new strategies in order to remain flexible and adapt. The market flexibility and capacity to reshape itself will be a key aspect in getting through this crisis. We want to invite you to discuss about how this context will be influencing the future landscape of the cabin interior market, introducing new cabin design concepts and as importantly accelerating Digital Innovation and collaboration.

Main topics to be discussed:
  • How is the economic context influencing the cabin interior product design?
  • What are the non-economic factors that will influence cabin interior configuration?
  • What type of new products and cabin design philosophies that are most likely to emerge from this crisis?
  • Is this crisis an impulse for the market players to accelerate digital processes?
  • What kind of scenarios can be envisioned for the way that Airlines, MROs, Suppliers and OEMs collaborate in a post-Covid world?
  • If large trade shows will lose their importance, will Suppliers promote their products & services offering in a different way?
  • How can Cloud-based platforms accelerate digital collaboration?

Episode II

Current Challenges and Opportunities within the Steering Systems Community

THU, JUN 25, 2020 | 03:00 PM – 04:00 PM CEST

  • Garry Smith, Global Steering Technical Leader at Ford Motor Company  (MODERATOR)
  • Ade Badiru, Steering Technical Expert at General Motors
  • Kristof Polmans, Head of Innovation and Technology at thyssenkrupp Steering
  • Scott Wendling, Manager Systems and Safety at Halla Mechatronics

 

As the COVID-19 pandemic is still affecting the development of the automotive steering systems industry, processes and timelines might be adapted and new development trends could be getting into focus..

Main topics to be discussed:
  • Will the V-model of system development remain relevant in the future due to the needs of compressed development timelines, rapid change, technical learning cycles, etc.?
  • What is the best way to handle complexity? (The number of interfaces to the steering system has expanded to the point that ‘full-factorial’ validation testing is not really feasible)
  • How will access to vehicle/steering data be used to adapt steering performance in real-time AND/OR improve future steering designs?
  • What is the proper use of OTA for steering? (fix software bugs? Add new features?…)
  • Is hardware redundancy the ONLY answer to increasing functional reliability?
  • How to deal with and manage uncertainty in product design?
  • Will steering systems for autonomous & non-autonomous vehicles converge or diverge in design?
  • How will the steering community deal with cybersecurity challenges as new threats appear in real-time?

Get Informed: Watch out for our Upcoming Summits and see what happened at our Past Summits!

 

Hosted by

October 06-07, 2020 | MOTORWORLD,

Region Stuttgart, Germany

Main topics to be discussed:
  • Discuss how to develop brand recognition in a rapidly changing Automotive World
  • Understand how to design userfriendly Interior & Lighting Design
  • Examine whether voice is THE future user interface
  • Learn how innovative HMI Development Tools can assist to create innovative user interfaces
  • 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?

Hosted by

November 11 – 12, 2020 I Stuttgart, Germany

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

Hosted by

November 17-18, 2020 | Automotive Hall of Fame,

Dearborn, MI, USA

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

Hosted by

December 01-03, 2020 | GDC Technics

2060 Eagle Pkwy, Fort Worth, TX 76177

Main topics to be discussed:
  • Next Generation Inclusive Travel
  • Single aisle Cabin opportunities and why
  • User-centric product development for the digital cabin of tomorrow
  • How Aircraft Cabin Interior experts can learn from different industries?
  • Cabin Modification
  • Certification- New regulations on the cabin?
  • The importance of the customer expectation and how do you manage it?
  • Cabin Innovation from LCC perspective. What it means and how does it compare to legacy carrier
  • Future of mobility – Hyperloop – Virgin Galactic

December 08-09, 2020 | 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

Welcome to Our Past Summits

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

Find out more

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

Find out more

Cabin Innovation Aircraft Seating, Hamburg, December 2018

Find out more

Aircraft Cabin Additive Manufacturing, Abu Dhabi, March 2019

Find out more

Steering Systems, Detroit, March 2019

Find out more

Aircraft Cabin Innovation Summit, Seattle, June 2019

Find out more

Next Generation 48v in Automotive, Berlin, October 2019

Find out more

High Voltage, Berlin, October 2019

Find out more

Global Additive Applications Summit, Berlin, October 2019

Find out more

Digital Toolsets for Airlines and MRO, Berlin, November 2019

Find out more

Aircraft Cabin Innovation Summit, London, December 2019

Find out more

Aircraft Cabin Additive Manufacturing, Hamburg, March 2020

Find out more

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