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31.07.2023 00:00


On July 24, 2023, the V Eurasian Aerospace Congress took place in Moscow. The global theme of the fifth congress is "Strategic changes in aerospace activities: new tasks and management challenges".

As part of the business program, leading representatives of the aerospace industry discussed the development of the industry in the context of critical global changes, issues of import independence, long-term development of the domestic aircraft industry, prospects for the development of low-orbit multi-satellite constellations of small spacecraft, scientific and technological interests and strategic changes in the aerospace industry, digitalization of the industry, personnel policy and other topics relevant to the aerospace industry.

The head of the Consortium, the Transport Strategy Center (TSC), Anton Koren, within the framework of the V Eurasian Aerospace Congress, took part as a moderator in the round table "The use of rotary-wing aircraft in the interests of transport accessibility of the Russian Federation."

Anton Koren also presented a report on the topic: "Strategic aspects of ensuring transport accessibility and aviation connectivity of the Russian Federation." The report outlined the features of the formation and ensuring the connectivity of the air transport network of the Russian Federation, presented forecasts for the development of the rotary-wing aircraft market, including taking into account the need for transition to new types, as well as taking into account the development of new promising VKLA. An analysis of the market demand for high-speed rotorcraft was presented, the features of the formation of a market for new equipment, the parameters of demand when creating types of equipment that are new to the civil aviation markets.

When assessing the dynamics of the number of helicopters in the fleet, taking into account write-offs, as well as with a forecast for the period up to 2050, Anton Koren identified niche segments in which demand for new equipment will be formed, promising parameters of the flight performance of new VKLA, financial and economic modeling of data operation types, taking into account the peculiarities of the formation of route networks.

Representatives of the Russian Helicopters Holding, the United Engine Corporation, the National Helicopter Building Center, the Central Aerohydrodynamic Institute, the State Research Institute of Civil Aviation, leading air carriers, including UTair Helicopter Services, also took part in the round table.

The outcome of the conference was the decision to continue the joint work of representatives of Russian Helicopters JSC, research institutions and aviation companies that operate helicopters to solve urgent problems in the development and launch of new advanced equipment on the market, including the formation of requirements for promising VKLA in terms of determining the flight performance and economic parameters of operation, taking into account the needs of airlines and customers of aviation operations, ensuring the joint development and harmonization of these requirements in the framework of scientific and practical research.

The congress partners were the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation, State Corporation Roscosmos, State Corporation Rostec, Russian Academy of Sciences, PJSC United Aircraft Corporation, Russian Helicopters Holding.

The Eurasian Aerospace Congress is an important event for the aerospace industry, which contributes to the unification of the efforts of science, business and government in solving strategic and applied problems of the development of the aerospace industry, finding answers to current challenges and developing ways for the further development of the aerospace industry.

The Transport Strategy Center (TSC) is a consortium of leading research and consulting groups specializing in strategic and innovative transport planning, projects in related industries, including engineering.

The TSC team includes experts with extensive experience in planning, design, practical implementation and management of transport projects, justification of new projects in mechanical engineering.

The key to the success of the TSC is its focus on the best world practices and the achievement of high results for the clients and partners of the consortium.

The Transport Strategy Center (TSC) in 2022 entered the TOP-10 of the RAEX rating of the largest consulting groups in the field of strategic planning and organizational development. Details on the website www.transport-strategy.org.

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