The three-day global aviation conclave will focus on next generation Technology, Innovation and Skills Development to develop solutions for myriad challenges being faced by Defence & Aerospace industry. With the changing global business landscape driven by innovation, the focus of the Conclave will be on next generation Technology and requisite Skills Development.
The global conclave will be formally inaugurated on Sunday by Governor E.S.L. Narasimhan, along with Industries Minister Jupally Krishna Rao, Lok Sabha MPs K Vishweshwar Reddy and P Jithender Reddy, RCI Director and Scientific Advisor to Raksha Mantri Dr. G. Satheesh Reddy. The global conclave is being organized by Kenes Exhibitions in partnership with Telangana Government at HICC Novotel from November 30 to December 02.
Speaking to reporters here, Industries and Commerce Secretary Arvind Kumar and Telangana State Industrial Investment Corporation Managing Director E. Venkat Narasimha Reddy said that the State Government would finalize its Defence Policy shortly based on the deliberations at the 3-day global conclave and has also studied different incentives offered by neighbouring States to stay competitive. Based on last year conclave deliberations, the first draft has been developed and is being fine-tuned but will take final shape after incorporating deliberations and discussions at the current conclave. The Conclave will have special focus on Next Generation Technology & Innovations, Skill Development and Workshops to make it a rich & engaging for delegates & exhibitors, Prema L. Zilberman, General Manager, and Kenes Exhibitions told reporters.
Another important feature at the Conclave will be the presence of a large French delegation from Bordeaux Aeronautics. The 10-member French delegation has experts from Aerospace, Transportation, Foreign Trade Advisory and members from Bordeaux Metropole & Aérocampus Aquitaine among others. The delegation will be presenting their views on Supply Chain & Skills Development, showcase perspective of collaboration with Govt. of Telangana as a destination for aerospace industry, Prema said.
The three-day global conclave has confirmed participation from some of the globally recognized firms like Sikorsky, Embraer, Thales India, Finmeccanica/Augusta Westland, Airbus, Eurocopter, Dassault, UTC, Honeywell, Lockheed Martin, and the IAMF (Israeli Aerospace Manufacturing Federation) PROXIVISION, AIRBORNE METALS, among others. (INN)