Product certification and integration in aerospace: Best practices, barriers and solutions for textiles in aircraft
March 10 @ 11:00 am - 11:45 am CET
Product certification and integration in aerospace:
Best practices, barriers and solutions for textiles in aircraft
About the session:
The product development and integration in aerospace underlie high certification requirements. Therefore, it is very important for new companies (SMEs) entering the aerospace market to think about the barriers and possible solutions. This webinar will focus on the creation of a successful new product or innovation in aircraft. Exploring the certification requirements, the participants will learn about the production according to EASA Part 21/G, the approval of design organization according to EASA Part 21/J and the necessary quality management system in the aerospace industry (EN9100). The speaker will explain the topics including best practices and examples of textiles (e.g. fire protection requirements) used in the cabin interior. The session will be closed with a Q&A session to clear up open questions.
Day: March 10th 2021
Schedule: 11:00 – 11:45 am CET
- 5 min introduction by SÜDERELBE
- 25 min Product certification and integration in aerospace: Best practices, barriers and solutions for textiles in aircraft by M. Manfred Gröning
- 15 min Q&A
About the speaker:
Manfred Gröning (Innovint Aircraft Interior)
Manfred Gröning is long-time Managing Partner and CEO of Sales and Engineering of the INNOVINT Aircraft Interior GmbH.
The family-operated company INNOVINT has grown slowly and steadily, has levelled out its flight path and has learned to recognize approaching turbulence. The climb flight of the company was made possible by the constant expansion of competence and by securing certification by aviation authorities. INNOVINT is certified for maintenance, production and development of products for the highly demanding field of aeronautics. For half a century, the company is developing and manufacturing cabin interiors and have established a leading position in the market with innovative product developments. Optimal design, new materials, and light-weight construction fulfil the criteria of the customized cabin interior. Airframe manufacturers such as Airbus and Boeing award contracts to INNOVINT, just as well as the majority of airlines around the world.
Manfred Gröning, the son of the founders has been the managing partner since 2003 and is leading the company into the next century of civil passenger air transportation. Manfred Gröning has a Production Engineering background, holding the title of Dipl.-Ing. Production Engineering.