Aerospace Technology Roadmap Activities at Industry Canada

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Aerospace Technology Roadmap Activities
at Industry Canada
Farzan Jamarani,
Ph.D
.
Team Leader, Science and Technology
Aerospace, Defence and Marine Branch
Industry Canada
September 2009
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Topics
• Who we are and what we do
• Profile of the industry
• Future Major Platform Initiative
• Technology Roadmaps
- Canadian Aerospace Protective Coatings Technology Roadmap
- Canadian Aerospace Environmental Technology Roadmap
- Green Aviation Research and Development Network (GARDN)
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Industry Canada – Industry Sector Branches
Paul Boothe
Senior Assoc.
Deputy Minister
Paul Boothe
Senior Assoc.
Deputy Minister
Hon. Tony Clement
Minister of IndustryHon. Tony Clement
Minister of Industry
Sylvain Laporte
Executive Director
Industrial Technologies Office (ITO)
Richard Dicerni
Deputy MinisterRichard Dicerni
Deputy Minister
Aerospace, Defence and Marine Life Sciences Industries
Policy and Sector Services
Ron Parker
Assistant Deputy Minister
Industry Sector
Automotive and Transportation
Industries
Resource Processing Industries
Service Industries and Consumer
Products
Robert Dunlop
Assistant Deputy Minister
Science and Innovation Sector
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Industry Canada
Aerospace, Defence, and Marine Branch (ADMB)
Our Goal
Canada to be home to a growing, innovative and diversified
industry, recognized as a leader in serving global aerospace
and defence markets and a preferred location for
investment.
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ADMB Major Initiatives
- Future Major Platforms
- Technology Roadmaps
- Strategic Aerospace and Defence Initiative (SADI)
- Industrial and Regional Benefits
- Joint Strike Fighter
- ITARS
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Strong government/industry partnership
Consensus view of the future
Government works with industry in the following aspects:
•Securing Strategic Aerospace and Defence Investments
•Technology Development and Commercialization
•Skills Development
•Trade Policy and Trade Development Initiatives
•Sales Financing
•Security and the Environment
•Procurement
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Canada’s Aerospace Industry
An Important Economic Driver
• Sales of $23.6 billion in 2008 - Fifth
in the world
• Well-integrated into the global
aerospace industry, with 80%
output exported.
• Aerospace contributes $9.2 billion
(5%) to manufacturing GDP.
• Major industrial R&D performer
- 11% of all Canadian industrial
R&D spending; $1.2 billion in
2006.
• Over 400 firms with over 83,000
employees
MRO
18%
Aircraft
Engines &
Parts
14%
Avionics
7%
Space
3%
Training & Simulation
3%
A
ircraft, Parts
&
Components/
Other
Industry
Related
Products &
Services
55%
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Industry Presence Across Canada
Industry Presence Across Canada
Standard Aero – engine
repair and overhaul
Messier Dowty, Goodrich
Canada – landing gears
Bristol Aerospace – airframe &
engine components, space systems
COM DEV – satellite
payload subsystems
SED – Satellite
Systems
IMP – aircraft
maintenance
support
CHC – helicopter
service provider
Composites Atlantic –
advanced materials
Bombardier – regional
and business aircraft
Bell – commercial
helicopters
Honeywell Canada –
environmental control systems,
electrical power management
Slemon Park
-Testori
- Honeywell
MDA – earth observation
systems and services
Avcorp – metal, composite
and plastic components
Pratt & Whitney Canada –
gas turbine engines
Boeing Canada – parts
and technologies
Rolls-Royce Canada –
Repair & Overhaul gas
Turbine engines
ACRO – repair
and overhaul
Atlantic Turbines –
gas turbine R&O
Orenda Aerospace Corp. – engine
R&O and parts manufacture
General Dynamics
Canada – defence
electronics
Thales – turnkey systems,
engineering and integration
Northstar Aerospace –
manufacturer of metal based
products; component R&O
General Dynamics –
Land Systems Canada
CAE
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Future Major Platforms (FMP) Initiative
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FMP Objectives
To position Canadian firms on new aircraft programs through:
• Early identification and development of significant technologies
• Strategic use of existing support mechanisms
• Development of capacity to support Canadian positioning
• Developing and implementing “capture plans” and maximizing
use of marketing support mechanisms
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FMP Report
The FMP consolidated report submitted to Industry Canada :
• Outlines the priority technology areas in which Canadian industry must
accelerate technological advancement
• Provides recommendations for the alignment of Industry Portfolio
instruments in order to encourage technological advancements
• Outlines an action plan for industry/government to assist Canadian
companies in capturing business opportunities on targeted major
platforms.
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FMP– Key Technology Matrix
3 Pilot Projects - Phase 1
Phase 2
EnvironmentAdvanced Materials
More Intelligent
Systems
More Electric
Systems
Product
Development
ManufacturingAvionics
Human
Performance
Augmentation
Noxious emissions
reductions
Low cost
manufacturing
Sensors
Electric power
generation &
distribution
Future configuration
development
Lean
In flight
entertainment
Synthetic training
environments
Noise emissions
reduction
High temperature
composites
Network centric
Actuation
Multi-disciplinary
design optimization
Agile
In flight business
Advanced
diagnostics
Fuel burn
Thermosets
Morphing systems
Power management
Integrated design and
manufacturing
Special processes
Systems
integration
Human machine
interface
Materials of Concern
Liquid composite
moulding
Adaptive systems
Environmental
control systems
Quality systems and
processes
Automated fibre
placement
Open platforms
Remote
operators
Alternative fuels
High temperature
alloys
Autonomous
systems
Engine technologies
Lean engineering
Machining
Landing aids
Integrated
ElectronicTech
Manuals
Metallics
Air transport system
optimization
Virtual prototyping,
testing and integration
Joining
Augmented/
synthetic vision
systems
Environmental
databases
Advanced metallic
alloys
Advanced product
development strategy
Advanced assembly
processes
Display systems
Hybrids
Logistics system
integration
Robotics
Adaptive over life
cycle
Ceramic Matrix
Composites
Life analysis
Inspection and Repair
Fly by wire/light
Metal Matrix
Composites
Prognostics and
health management
Near net shape
manufacturing
Diagnostics
Thermoplastics
Intelligent
manufacturing
Multi-functional
RFID
Nano materials
Coatings
Legend
Orange - Theme Attributes with most Competitive Advantages/Drivers
Black - Theme Attributes with fewer Competitive Advantages/Drivers
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Federal Government R&D Support Programs
Assisting
Agency
Basic
Research
Applied
Research
Technology
Development
Comm. and
Market
Development
Market
Penetration
NSERC
CFI
NRC/IAR
SR&ED
Regional
Agencies
DND/DRDC
IRAP
SADI
SDTC
BDC
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Technology Roadmap (TRM) Activities
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TRM - Objectives
• Identify technologies key to the future of the aerospace and
defence industry
• Identify national capabilities, weaknesses and gaps to address the
future needs of the market
• Foster and promote collaborative R&D activities among researchers
in industry, academia, and government institutions for advancement
of technology
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On-going TRMs -TIRMs
• Aircraft Cabin Management Systems Integration Technology Roadmap
• Diagnostics, Prognostics & Health Management (DPHM)
- Canadian DPHM website www.dphm-canada.org
• Low cost aerospace composites TIRM
• Aerospace Protective Coatings TIRM
• Canadian Aerospace Environmental Technology Roadmap
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Protective Coatings and Deposition Technologies
Workshop
Toronto - January 2007
Objectives:
- Define and prioritize technologies based on industry’s needs
- Identify Challenges, opportunities, gaps and barriers
- Identify collaborative R&D opportunities
Break-out Sessions:
- Airframe/Landing Gear
- Engine
- Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul
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Key Technology areas
• Non-line-of-sight deposition technologies
• Cadmium replacement coatings
• High temperature Erosion resistant coatings
• Repair of coated components without coatings removal
• Environmentally friendly coating removal technologies
• Subsurface defect detection using non-destructive methods
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Barriers/Challenges
- Excessive Technology Insertion time lines
- Certification environment
- Supplier qualification process
- Availability of funds for collaborative Projects
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Canadian Aerospace Environmental Technology
Roadmap
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Environmental Goals
• Aircraft Fuel efficiency Improvement
– Aerodynamics of aircraft design
– Use of light materials
– Innovation in engine architecture
• Low Emission systems
– Alternative fuels
– Bio-fuels
– Fuel cell
• Noise Reduction
– Aircraft configuration
– Noise Reduction Technologies (e.g. GTF)
• ATM and Operations Optimization
– Taxiing aircraft
– Flight Planning
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Technology Thrust Teams
• Aircraft Systems and Airframes
• Airframe Concepts
• Manufacturing and MRO
• Fuels and Lubricants
• Materials and Coatings
• Engine Concepts
• Rotary Wing Aircraft
• Eco Design
• Ground Operations
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Technology Thrust Area Reports
THRUST AREA WORKING GROUP:e.g. Engine Concepts
CRITICAL TECHNOLOGY:e.g. Low NOx Combustor
1. Technology Description:
A brief technical description
2. Contribution to Environmental and Business Objectives:
Qualitative and quantitative performance
3. Importance, Timing and Breadth of Application:
Likely outcomes
4. Alternatives:
What are the competing technologies
5. Availability, Maturity and Risk:
Technology Readiness Level (TRL)
6. Implementation Strategy/ Collaborators and Development:
Summary of strategy (single firm or collaborative) for implementation
7. Costs and Timelines:
Annual and Total funding Required, and Timeframe
8. References and Contacts:
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Expected Impact on Environmental Goals
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Materials and Coatings Thrust Group Data Summary
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Green Aviation Research and Development Network
(GARDN)
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Green Aviation Research and Development Network
(GARDN)
• A newly established Business-led Network of Centres of Excellence
(BL-NCE), with an initial budget of $23M over four years (2009-2013).
• BL-NCEs are large-scale collaborative research networks led by the
private sector and focussed on specific business research needs.
• Fosters development of technologies that will reduce aviation’s
environmental footprint in a broad range of areas from noise and
emission to materials and manufacturing processes.
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GARDN Eight Research Themes
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GARDN’s Strategic Plan • Linking to Canadian and International Aerospace Environmental
Initiatives (e.g. ACARE, Clean Sky, NATO)
• GARDN’s activities to be in support of the objectives of the
Canadian Aerospace Environmental Technology Roadmap
• GARDN will support collaborative projects in aerospace
environmental technologies, carried out jointly by the OEMs, SMEs
and other R&TD partners.
• First Round: Nine projects, eighteen partners
• More information: www.gardn.org
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Thank You