Lindbergh Innovation Forum at AIAA SciTech Forum

January 9th, 2019

Manchester Grand Hyatt, San Diego, California

The Lindbergh Innovation Forum is a global platform to showcase breakthrough innovation in aviation, from a name that is synonymous with aviation transformation. It features inspiring and provocative presentations by entrepreneurs and inventors, that expose the audience to leading edge concepts that are shaping the future of flight. It demonstrates how key breakthroughs will dramatically change our conception of an aircraft, and how these coming changes will affect us all.



Innovation Talks

The following talks are from the Lindbergh Innovation Forum at EAA AirVenture 2018. They address current breakthrough innovations in aviation.

Dr. Donald Hillebrand

Director, Energy Systems Division
Argonne National Laboratory

Overview Of Mobility Research – Electrified Flight And Energy Storage

Adam Warmoth

Vehicle Requirements Lead
Uber Elevate

Path To Scale For Aerial Ridesharing

Dr. Pat Anderson

Professor of Aerospace Engineering and Director, Eagle
Flight Research Center, Embry Riddle Aeronautical University

Airplane Design As Avatar: Electric Propulsion Enables A Radical Transportation Future

Roland Gerhards

Managing Director and CEO
ZAL Center of Applied Aeronautical Research

The Potential Of Additive Manufacturing In Aviation

Mike Sinnett

Vice President, Product Strategy and Future Airplane
Development, Boeing Commercial Airplanes
The Boeing Company

Innovating For The Future Today

Dr. Susan Ying

Vice President of Technology Strategy & International Relations, Ampaire
President, International Council of Aeronautical Sciences

The Third Revolution In Aviation

Stephen Burns

Workhorse Group

Advanced Control Systems for Safe Manned eVTOL Flight

Robert Hannaford

Co-Founder and Director
Air Shepherd (UAV & Drone Solutions)

Artificial Intelligence, Night and Beyond Visual Line of Sight

Charles Spinelli

Associate Technical Fellow, Boeing Research & Technology
The Boeing Company

UAS Technology That Enhances Flight Safety