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Looking to the future of the aviation industry

  • 09 Jul 2020
  • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Virtual event
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  • free of charge
  • Free of charge

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    More than 50 entrepreneurs and experts got together during the round table "Looking to the future of the aviation industry" organized by CERBA in a partnership with the Russian Trade Commissioner Service and discussed the status of the aviation industry in the world, the impact of COVID-19 on the international cooperation in the aviation industry and the perspectives of Russian-Canadian business cooperation in this area.

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    The recording of the event is accessible on the CERBA YouTube channel.

    Based on the discussions, it was planned to hold a forum in the second half of 2020 with presentations of specific commercial projects in the following areas: manufacturing of helicopters, engines and unmanned aerial vehicles, human resources development programs, technologies reducing the cost of operation and maintenance of aircraft, construction of electric airships for the transportation of heavy cargo, manufacturing of drones (including avionics sector), technologies for the construction of strips in remote areas and gravel strips, as well as artificial intelligence, machine learning, cybersecurity and cyber resilience. 

    CERBA will continue to organize the participation of Canadian companies in the International Aviation and Space Salon MAKS and in the upcoming trade show in July 2021 the Association will initiate a separate section on developments in the field of unmanned aircraft and will organize a demonstration of Canada's experience in using unmanned aerial vehicles. As for Russian companies, the Association plans to organize their participation in the annual Montreal Aerospace Week, traditionally held in April.

    Download the press-release.


    For  more information, partnership, and sponsorship please, contact

    Marina Belskikh, Regional Director of CERBA in Montreal and Ottawa, 

    via email [email protected] or tel.: (514) 5161178.