Starting on May 13, it will be viewed as the world’s first digital aerospace show
In the grim times of Covid19, after most world events came to be cancelled, the ILA is charting a new course by taking itself online.
“As the world’s longest-running aerospace show ILA has always stood for innovation and leadership in this high-tech industry. ILA will provide fascinating and forward-looking online content that reflects the dynamic developments and innovative drive of the industry. Thus, the fascinating world of aerospace can also be experienced from afar. Every Wednesday from 13 May until the end of July the latest digital content will be available on the ILA Goes Digital website,” as per the official press release.
The wide-ranging programme targets the key ILA topics of innovation, sustainability and digitalisation, the driving forces of future technologies in aerospace. Discussions will look at how to navigate the path towards carbon-neutral aviation, smart factories and cybersecurity, for example.
Whether for decision-makers from politics, business, science, research, companies, or industry newcomers and fans of aviation, ILA has always been a platform for exchanging ideas and networking in order to keep in touch with the technological future of the industry.
“At ILA Goes Digital the focus will be just as much on interviews with industry experts, webinars and presentations of innovative technology as it will be on matchmaking,” the press release affirms. Attendees can join the discussion and make contact under the hashtags #IlaGoesDigital, #AeroSpaceInsights and #WeAreAviation.