CIO Dieter Schmidbaur presents the three major projects of Airbus Defence & Space:
– the „Airbus Restricted Cloud“ is the first privat cloud approved by the four national security agencies of Germany, France, Spain and UK.
– a new DDMS backbone has just been implemented (Digital Design, Manufacturing and Services).
– by installing S4 Hana, Airbus will make obsolete 18 larger SAP legacy systems and 50 smaller ERP systems around the world.
We will meet on October 25, 4:00 pm, at the Airbus Defence & Space GmbH, Willy-Messerschmitt-Str in 82024 Taufkirchen – close to Munich. Parking lots are available.
Here´s the agenda at a brief:
16:00 Warm Welcome
By Dieter Schmidbaur, CIO of Airbus Defence & Space, and Horst Ellermann, Ambassador for CIOmove
Dieter will give a short introduction about the three disruptive digital transformation programs at Airbus Defence & Space
Horst will explain some houskeeping rules, e.g. who may join the Airbus helicopter flight (limited seats)
16:30 Guided Tour and Helicopter Flight
Group A will get a guided tour around the Airbus showroom to learn about the history of Airbus Defence and Space.
Group B will hop on a helicopter to get a better feeling of the Airbus business
17:30 The ERP Roadmap
By Pieter Schouwstra, Head of ERP Roadmap
Airbus installs S4 Hana to make obsolete18 larger SAP legacy systems and 50 smaller ERP systems around the world
18:15 Digital Design, Manufacturing and Services
By Andrea Bugar, Head of Digital Design, Manufacturing and Services
For communication satellites, Eurodrone and the Future Combat Air Systems, a new DDMS backbone has just been implemented
19:00 Airbus Restricted Cloud
By Narges Kaynia, Head of Digital Platforms
The „Airbus Restricted Cloud“ will start in October. It is the first privat cloud approved by the four national security agencies of Germany, France, Spain and UK.
About Airbus Defence & Space
Airbus brings interoperable and collaborative solutions for combat systems across the five operational domains: land, air, sea, space and cyber.
Airbus combines more than 50 years of field-proven technology with systems-of-systems architecture in providing a more digitalised, more collaborative and agile operating environment.
Airbus is prime contractor for Europe’s Future Combat Air System (FCAS) – a network of manned and unmanned platforms from fighter and drones to satellites; its development of the Multi-Domain Combat Cloud (MDCC) – a decentralised, cyber-resilient, collaborative information network using cloud-based technologies; and implementation of the Network for the Sky (NFTS) – a resilient global-mesh military communications solution.
The company’s portfolio includes the Eurofighter Typhoon swing-role combat aircraft; the A400M, C295 and CN235 airlifters; the A330 Multi-Role Tanker Transport; along with dependable unmanned aerial systems (UAS). For networks and systems, Airbus’ secure and resilient communications capabilities provide comprehensive bandwidth and best-in-class capabilities.”
About Dieter Schmidbaur, CEO@Airbus Defence & Space
Dieter joined EADS, as Airbus used to be called, in April 1999 as VP & Head of Corporate & Headquarter Services. He has been CIO of EADS Military Aircraft from 2002 to 2005 and is CIO of Airbus Defence & Space since then.