EGYPTAIR TRAINING ACADEMY hosts a lecture on "The fourth industrial revolution "Industry 4.0"

Prof. Hany Moustapha from Pratt and Whitney Canada has conducted a lecture on The fourth industrial revolution "Industry 4.0" in EGYPTAIR TRAINING ACADEMY - Conference Hall - on Tuesday 11 July 2017

Under the auspices of Mr. Safwat Musallam, Chairman and CEO EGYPTAIR Holding Company, EGYPTAIR TRAINING ACADEMY hosted a lecture on The fourth industrial revolution "Industry 4.0" and its applications in the field of the aviation industry presented by the international expert Prof. Hany Mustapha, Professor and Director, Aerospace Programs in Canadian universities and senior researcher of aircraft engines manufactures and one of Egypt scientists abroad.

This lecture comes in the context of EGYPTAIR TRAINING ACADEMY efforts to benefit from the international expertise in the field of the aviation industry and to improve the employee's skills and especially in the field of aviation engineering.

Prof. Hany has conducted a lecture about the fourth industrial revolution "Industry 4.0 and its applications on the aviation industry and the ways to transfer this knowledge to the engineers and technical crew, the challenges that face the industry and the ways to come over them. Prof. Hany has praised the facilities and the capabilities of the ACADEMY and of EGYPTAIR Maintenance Company.

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Industry 4.0 Abstract

The fourth industrial revolution "Industry 4.0", introduced by the German in 2011, is characterized by automation and digitization,
collaborative robotics, 3D printing, optimization and management of assets, sharing and security of data, tracking parts from cradle to grave, data
analytics and Artificial Intelligence.

Big data is the "raw materials and oil" of Industry 4.0. It is the transformation from the physical to the digital: "The Digital Twin" and its
connectivity throughout the product life cycle. It is the transformation from the traditional silo-centric optimized business unit to a value-stream
optimized enterprise.

Industry and academia need to be positioned to address the disruptive technologies of this revolution as well as the future skills needed such as
industrial data sciences, data analytics, optimization and simulation, integration, operational and logistics research, etc.


Prof. Hany Moustapha

  • Professor and Director, Aerospace Programs (AÉROÉTS) Pratt & Whitney Canada (P&WC) Industrial Research Chair on Propulsion École de technologie supérieure (ÉTS), Québec University P&WC Senior Research Fellow
  • Fellow of American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), Canadian Academy of Engineers (CAE), Canadian Aeronautics and Space Institute (CASI) and Canadian Society of Mechanical Engineers (CSME)

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