After being hit by the hardest crisis of its history, aviation has now to undertake tremendous changes to thrive in the post-pandemic world with climate change putting further pressure for action onto the agenda to meet the zero emission targets agreed by 2050. On top of what has been achieved so far such as the introduction of more fuel-efficient aircraft, the adoption of CORSIA or the strong enhancements in operations, maintenance and recycling, the aviation industry will have to closely cooperate with all its stakeholders to lay the groundwork for the incoming disruptive technologies that will pave the way to net zero.
Although there are lots of uncertainties and threats to tackle on the road ahead, new opportunities are also emerging. The digital transformation, with predictive and prescriptive AI-driven maintenance and operations is a strong enabler to secure a sustainable future. With digitisation the risks of cyber threats rise, but at the same time New ways of business are created with more customer centric individualised services.
As a security competency centre of Airbus, we are committed to improve the cybersecurity maturity of the aviation ecosystem. We combine this expertise with tailored services to tackle the sustainability challenge, supporting the setup of zero-emission platforms and infrastructures. We help in adopting the new ESG frameworks while complying with sustainability legislation.
We work on predictive maintenance solutions enabling condition-based maintenance, reducing cost and the environmental footprint while contributing to safe future advanced air mobility in respect to unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) and urban air mobility (UAM).