ADDITIV Aerospace

Over the course of one day, participants will be able to attend panel discussions, workshops and multiple networking sessions with inspiring professionals from both the AM and Aerospace communities. It will be an ideal opportunity to learn about how AM is used in different fields in Aerospace, such as aviation, space exploration and defense, among others.

After the success of their previous events, ADDITIV will be hosting a new 1-day virtual event on March 18th from 8AM to 6PM EDT (1PM to 11PM CET), ADDITIV Aerospace! Free for all attendees and exhibitors, the online event presents an opportunity for the professional AM and Aerospace communities to gather together to learn, share and connect all from the comfort of their own homes. Over the course of one day, participants will be able to attend panel discussions, workshops and multiple networking sessions with inspiring professionals from both the AM and Aerospace communities. It will be an ideal opportunity to learn about how AM is used in different fields in Aerospace, such as aviation, space exploration and defense, among others.

Because of the importance of the increasing importance of AM in Aerospace, it seemed inevitable that the next ADDITIV event should cover this dynamic topic. According to Filippos Voulpiotis, 3Dnatives' Chief Business Officer, explained, "Additive Manufacturing is impacting some of the most influential industries in the world. In this next edition of our ADDITIV events, we decided to focus on the role AM plays in the Aerospace world. Aviation, Aeronautics, Space and Defence are known to be constantly innovating and re-shaping the products of tomorrow. With an expected CAGR of 26.8% for the 5 coming years, Aerospace was definitely an industry our audience (and ourselves to be honest) wanted to cover in-depth! We are very excited to welcome you all on March 18th to talk Aerospace and more!"

What can you expect?
As it is entirely 100% virtual, participants will be able to meet the users and makers of technology related to aerospace as well as hear from the most innovative experts in the sector. Panel discussions will last 45 minutes and take place after each networking session. Topics will range from AM in aviation, material development, safety and certification and space exploration with speakers from NASA, Rolls Royce, the European Space Agency, Airbus, ArianeGroup and many more! Additionally, there will be three workshops of 15 minutes taking place consecutively in the middle of the program. These will consist of presentations by leading AM companies in the Aerospace sector, such as Materialise and Intamsys.
Over 40 virtual stands will be displayed on multiple trade show-like floors, giving attendees the opportunity to connect with some of the world's leading AM companies in Aerospace. Thanks to its simple and intuitive user interface, registrants will be able to move from floor to floor to meet the exhibitors at their virtual stands. as well as sponsors' lounges. A back and forth between networking sessions and conferences aims to provide the right mix of knowledge exchange and business discussions. The event will end with an afterwork party, ADDITIV Afterwork. Here attendees can network, chat and catch up in a more casual and relaxed setting.
Attendance is free, so don't miss out and register HERE.

About ADDITIV:
ADDITIV is the leading virtual event brand in the Additive Manufacturing sector. Coming from the largest international AM media, 3Dnatives, ADDITIV events have panel discussions with experts from leading industrial companies & networking sessions with the most innovative firms in the field. The regular virtual events cover a variety of topics related to AM including in sectors like aerospace, medical, transportation and more.

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