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Day 1 ACI - Morning Session 1 - Shared screen with speaker view
Chris Wood: FlyingDisabled
42:30
Good Morning everyone from sunny Buckinghamshire in the UK..
Yves.Melisse
43:49
Hi everyone,! Welcome from Safran Cabin !
John Walton • independent aviation journalist
51:03
Bonjour tout le monde ! Good morning everyone! Greetings from sunny, summery central France, where the coffee is flowing and the fresh croissants awaiting the networking break 🥐👨‍🎨
Chris Wood: FlyingDisabled
01:29:11
Is smartifying a word #AskingFora Dictionary
Freya.Holwerda
01:51:14
“Smartifying” is not an actual word in English dictionary, however the term is used within marketing and/or innovation for example, to help drive direct connections to audience. To clarify; ‘Smartifying - to make something smarter/more intelligence’
Vince Mulgrew
01:56:25
Ref #6: interaction with other smart / connected components within airccraft (common OS etc)
John Walton • independent aviation journalist
01:56:53
I think this may be hidden under “better experience”, but it strikes me that something around branding, co-branding, menu design and product design might be a priority.
Martin de Groot
01:56:58
very insulated light weight trolleys that is the key for all savings. FITS Technology
GGaryDoy
01:58:41
Can we give passengers the choice to improve sustainability by reducing choice and therefore waste?
Sabino Valentino - ZERO G DESIGN
01:59:36
ref #6: support to crew during food distribution, handling both pre-ordered meals and standard meals, also supporting data collection on preferences by route
Axel Becker
01:59:36
Sustainability should be addressed as an own topic --> food/packaging waste
John Walton • independent aviation journalist
02:05:19
Yes, well, if airlines can’t agree that a packet of peanuts is not a meal they are delusional 🤣
Ron Verweij
02:06:08
waste is a very important topic for us, in the smart stocking management its a theme we spend a lot of time and attention into it
GGaryDoy
02:16:56
With the growing awareness of sustainability could you see a drive from passengers to look for a low carbon option with the removal of the food service and even the galley on LCC on short haul flights. Maybe a new class of flying, fly light...
Ron Verweij
02:20:01
Some flights,. Airlines and destinations will go there. Agreed!
GGaryDoy
02:38:15
Thanks guys, great presentation..
Martin de Groot
03:31:35
send it back to the companies who sold the part, is this an option
Chris Wood: FlyingDisabled
03:32:34
Consumers are very influenced by ‘Green Credentials’ in the way the purchase most things.Could there be a measuring/rating framework as to an airlines recycling process, this may encourage airlines to invest in better sustainability.As Tony suggested - going backwards in the supply chain makes sense...
John Walton • independent aviation journalist
03:33:10
This really reminds me of debates that friends in tech are having: new laptops are glued together rather than screwed together, making repair and recycling much more complicated.
GGaryDoy
03:37:01
If we changed the business model to a lease style model where manufacturers take responsibility for the product from cradle to grave the dynamic could refocus on more sustainable products. A potential win/win for all?
Mark Hacker
03:59:41
The The National Composite Centre, here in the UK, already has a project for material identification methods for composite material (fibres and resins) to enable composite recycling
Timo Hassan
04:01:06
Every Airline can improve their environmental footprint by improving the BER (Beyond Economic Repair) rate. If we repair components more often, we can reduce waste that needs to be recycled.
Martin de Groot
04:02:15
They want a recyclable material but if it is diruptive wit hnowadays business they reject it
John Walton • independent aviation journalist
04:02:46
I would be super interested to see a poll of this room to see how difficult people think the kind of “material code” (like the recycling triangle) that Ronn was talking about would be to implement within the aviation context.
Timo Hassan
04:04:02
This should be very easy! Coming from an MRO environment… any part installed into an aircraft has a part number or serial number… the processes exist.
Mark Hacker
04:04:57
Every flying part must have a CMM, by regulation, list the recyclable materials there,
Timo Hassan
04:05:37
Exactly mark… there should be an address for scrap material in all cmms
Mark Hacker
04:06:11
Agree
Mark Hacker
04:06:25
but you cou
Mark Hacker
04:06:30
but you could
Marisa Garcia
04:07:42
The problem is CMMs are not available to all and materials recyclers need guidance without having to acquire sensitive/expensive docs
Marisa Garcia
04:08:25
Parts marking would work better
Adrian Wells
04:08:38
Don't we just add a "recycling" symbol to the part number label?
Yves.Melisse Safran Cabin
04:09:10
Will recycling ratio of an AIRCRAFT will become a criteria of choice , like fuel consumption, and how much the Airlines will value this recycling capability in the purchasing price ?
Marisa Garcia
04:09:15
There are different classes of plastics, for recycling purposes
Marisa Garcia
04:09:31
They can be marked by recycling class
Timo Hassan
04:11:01
If you start marking now… you will see the markings in 30 years earliest. If you take the current markings and have an information what to do with it, you can start today. Every part and or assembly has a part number.
Chris Wood: FlyingDisabled
04:11:25
Great session..!!
John Walton • independent aviation journalist
04:11:38
Really interesting session folks, thank you!
GGaryDoy
04:11:56
Thanks All, really informative!
John Walton • independent aviation journalist
04:12:04
Very interested to hear any perspectives on this as a journalist — do feel free to zap me some info about your developments to john@walton.travel :)
maxiney
04:13:26
Thank you everyone - grateful for the opportunity and hopeful to work with you in the future.
John Walton • independent aviation journalist
04:37:32
Saw you sneaking those puns in, Ben…
Kyle Wood (he/him)
05:06:11
www.Nike.com/sustainability
Kyle Wood (he/him)
05:06:17
https://www.nikecirculardesign.com
Catherine Barber
05:13:24
Can we take old leather dress covers and turn them into E-Leather?
Kyle Wood (he/him)
05:15:16
https://www.nike.com/sustainability/nike-refurbished
Kyle Wood (he/him)
05:15:36
This is the post-consumer services / refurbished FW
Sergio Gomez - Safran
05:19:33
@Kyle: Those shoes are now banned for marathons, right?
Sergio Gomez - Safran
05:19:44
too good for the market :)
Kyle Wood (he/him)
05:20:39
lot of copy cats out there Sergio :)
Catherine Barber
05:21:08
That was great. It is always so good to see real world examples. Plus I LOVE shoes!
John Walton • independent aviation journalist
05:21:34
Hear hear, Karyn!
John Walton • independent aviation journalist
05:21:52
It’s so super to get the external perspective from other industries while also thinking about it in the aviation context.