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  1. ASD & ASD-STAN Günter Lessmann Director ASD-STAN March 2007

  2. Presentation Overview • ASD members, mission, organization • Standardization, European and global environment • ASD-STAN organization and processes • ASD‘s affiliated associations • IAQG International Aerospace Quality Group

  3. 1950 AICMA - Association Internationale des Constructeurs de Matériel Aérospatial, predecessor to AECMA 1961EUROSPACE – European association of space system providers 1976 EDIG, the European Defence Industries Group 1991 AECMA offices moved from Paris to Brussels 2004 AECMA, EDIG and EUROSPACE merged to form ASD - AeroSpace and Defence Industries Association of Europe History of ASD

  4. Austria Belgium United Kingdom Czech Republic Turkey Denmark Sweden Finland Spain Switzerland France Germany Portugal Poland Greece Ireland Norway Italy The Netherlands Luxembourg 20 member countries* 30 member associations ADIG AAI GEBECOMA BSDI SBAC ALV ČR SaSaD AOP ČR SAIG FAD SAI AFDA FIF GIFAS ATECMA CIDEF AFARMADE BDLI DANOTEC BDI AIP HAIG APADI NDIG FAEI representing more than 2000 companies and 600.000 employees AIAD NAI NIID LAI *Bulgaria and Romania currently in process

  5. AAI – Austrian Aeronautics Industries Group ADIG – Austrian Defense Industry Association AFARMADE – Spanish Association of Manufacturers of Armament, Security & Defense Material AFDA – The Association of Finnish Defense and Aerospace Industries AIAD – Italian Industries Association for Aerospace Systems & Defense AIP – Portuguese Industrial Association ALV CR – Association of Aviation Manufacturers of the Czech Republic AOP CR – Association of the Defense Industry of the Czech Republic APAI – Association of Polish Aviation Industry ATECMA – Spanish Association of Aerospace Industries BDI – Federation of German Industries BDLI – German Aerospace Industries Association BSDI – Belgian Security & Defense Industry CIDEF – French Defense Industries Association ASD Board - 30 National Associations

  6. DANOTEC – Portuguese Association of Defense Related Industries & New Technologies Companies FAD – Defence & Aerospace Industries Association in Denmark FAEI – Federation of Aerospace Enterprises in Ireland FGI – Federation of Greek Industries FIF – Association of Swedish Defense Industries FSI – Norwegian Defense and Security Industries Association GEBECOMA – Belgium Aerospace Industries Association GIFAS – French Aerospace Industries Association HAIG – Hellenic Aerospace Industries Group LAI – Luxembourg Aerospace Industries NAI – Netherlands Aerospace Industries NIID – Netherlands Defense Manufacturers Association SAI – Swedish Aerospace Industries SAIG – Swiss Aeronautical Industries Group SaSaD – Turkish Defense Industry Manufacturers Association SBAC – Society of British Aerospace Companies ASD Board - 30 National Associations

  7. Airbus SAS Alenia Aeronautica S.p.A. BAE SYSTEMS plc Smiths Group plc Dassault Aviation EADS Finmeccanica S.p.A. Liebherr Aerospace Rolls-Royce plc Saab AB SAFRAN THALES Fincantieri CNI S.p.A Alcatel Space Rheinmetall DeTec AG ASD Council - 15 companies

  8. ASD’s overall mission is to: enhance the competitive development of the Aeronautics, Space, Defence and Security industry in Europe in partnership with European Institutions and Member associations. ASD’s role is to: Represent the European industry to promote its interests and to ensure high priority for this sector in European public policy, provide early warning on policy issues, assess impact, initiate and shape policy and develop common positions; Offer a single point of contact between this industry sector and relevant stakeholders in the European institutions; Facilitate the development of SME’s and the Equipment sector within a competitive supply chain; Coordinate at the European level such services and activities as R&T, cooperative European initiatives, environment, standardization, training/retraining, quality, airworthiness; assess human resource and skills as well as social impact, promote trade in coordination with National Associations, sponsor workshops/conferences initiatives; Promote international cooperation, lead the dialogue with other International Associations and Organizations and represent the European Aerospace and Defence industry towards the industry of other countries/regions where a European common denominator exists. ASD Mission

  9. General ASD Organisation General Assembly Board + Council Secretariat Coordination Group Air Transport Commission Space Commission Defence Commission Security Commission 4 Market oriented and 4 Transversal Commissions External Affairs Commission R&T Commission Equipment/SME Commission Operations Commission

  10. Secretariat: General OrganisationExecutive

  11. Industry Reps MRO ASD CPSC Specifications Customer & Airworthiness EAQG ASD-STE100 Product Support Committee Committee S1000D S2000M S3000L S4000M * Members Industry Representatives * Cross representation** Affiliated companies** Reporting** Sectoral groups* ASD Operations Commission Eqt/SME Operations Commission Ext Affairs Standardization & Certification Coordination Committee EURO BOOST ECSS CAE AERO ** Invited Other entities**

  12. SC3 Standardisation and Certification Coordination Committee Industry Representatives ASD Working Groups Reporting INDUSTRY REPS Standardisation and Certification Coordination Ctee ASD-STAN ASD-CERT ECSS EUROCAE ESD Defense Security Support to EC-Mandates ASD Specifications - S1000D - S2000M - ASD-STE100 E-Business - BoostAero - PLM - PLCS Emerging Standards Development Aeronautics Space ATM Standards

  13. SFS IST SIS SCC SN NEN ICAO EVS NSAI EDA DS LVS ECSS CEN PKN GEIA CENELEC ASQ ASD-STAN MSZT ETSI AFNOR ANSI ARINC CNI ASRO ELOT IPQ ISO MSA SAE CYS Worldwide hundreds of Aerospace & Defense Standardization Organizations and Initiatives IAQG AAQG MASM GOST R AMC ASD LST BSI BELST IPC SITA EASA SAC IBN DIN ON JSIC AENOR ISIRI KAZMEMST RTCA SJAC SII IANOR CSK NBSM LNCSM DGN EAQG SNIMA APAQG BSMD SSMO BNSI GDBS TCVN SON CPTTM JBS BIS DBOS UNBS NC INTECO OCC FONDONORMA GSB MSTRD KEBS ICONTEC SPRING SG CODINORM TTBS SLSI INEN BPS TISI ZABS IBNORCA SNZ BSN SAZ ABNT SBS IRAM INNOQ UNIT FTSQCO BNM INN SABS SA INDECOPI

  14. 30 National Standardization Bodies, e.g. AFNOR (FR) BSI (UK) DIN (GE) AENOR (SP) European Standardization Organizations implemented by the European Commission EDA EN CENELEC ETSI 688 members from 55 countries inside and outside Europe CEN NATO NSA CSWG MSHT Protocol with CEN as „Associated Body and sole provider“ of Aerospace Standards Protocol on split of work areas Eurospace EUROCAE EASA ECSS Q-Interface Aero-Space on behalf of EAQG ESA IAQG SML function APAQG IAQG EAQG ATM ISO TC20 AAQG European Standardization & Integration

  15. European Standardization Organizations implemented by the European Commission EDA EN CENELEC ETSI 688 members from 55 countries inside and outside Europe CEN MSHT NSA CSWG Protocol with CEN as „Associated Body and sole provider“ of Aerospace Standards Protocol on split of work areas Eurospace EUROCAE EASA ECSS Q-Interface Aero-Space on behalf of EAQG ESA MoU IAQG SML function SAE APAQG IAQG MoU EAQG ATM ISO TC20 AAQG AIA European Standardization & Integration CEN / CENELEC MEMBER STATES Austria Belgium Bulgaria Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark Estonia Finland France Germany Greece Hungary Iceland Ireland Italy Latvia Lithuania Luxembourg Malta The Netherlands Norway Poland Portugal Romania Slovakia Slovenia Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom 30 National Standardization Bodies, e.g. AFNOR (FR) BSI (UK) DIN (GE) AENOR (SP) Comité Européen de Normalisation Electronique European Telecommunication Standardization Institute NATO Material Standardization Harmonization Team Comité Européen de Normalisation NATO Standardization Agency Civil Standards Working Group European Organization for Civil Aviation Equipment European Defence Agency European Aviation Safety Agency Society of Automotive Engineers (US Industrial Aviation Standardization) European Cooperation on Space Standardization International Aerospace Quality Group European Space Agency SML = Standardization Management Leader European Aerospace Quality Group Air Traffic Management International Standardization Organization Aerospace Industries Association of America American Aerospace Quality Group Asia-Pacific Aerospace Quality Group

  16. FRANCE GEBECOMA SPAIN BELGIUM GERMANY GIFAS SBAC SWEDEN DIN-NL SAI AIAD ITALY ATECMA UNITED KINGDOM 7 of 20 ASD countries areASD-STAN members ASD-STAN secretariat at: ASD Brussels (main) BNAE Paris (remote) incl. secretariat for ASD-CERT

  17. FRANCE G. Vanhecke, GEBECOMA SPAIN BELGIUM GERMANY F. Lebadezet, EADS, VP S. Lagnel, GIFAS J. Cooper, RR, Treasurer J. Clatworthy, SBAC SWEDEN G. Lessmann, MTU, Director S. Laumond, BNAE, Manager and Secretary General ASD-CERT E. Truchon Van Hove, Assistant U. Schumann-Hindenberg, Airbus, President R. Theilmann, Airbus J. Holmer, SAI ITALY V. Belmonte, AIAD Ivar Negrisin, ATECMA UNITED KINGDOM ASD-STAN Key Personnel

  18. ASD-STAN Board Executive Team Electrical Domain Mechanical Domain Metallic Domain Non-Metallic Domain Engineer.Proc Domain Quality Domain Standards requested by industry justified technically and commercially before ‘ad-hoc’ project team formed within Sector Experts Experts Experts Experts Experts Experts ASD-STAN Working Structure 1 S E C T O R S

  19. Experts Experts Experts Experts Experts Experts Experts Experts Experts Experts Experts Experts D.. S.. Sectors ASD-STAN Working Structure 2 DTC Domain Technical Coordinator SL Sector Leader D.. Technical Domains

  20. Domain Structure Technical Domains D3 Mechanical DTC: M. Stock Rolls-Royce, UK D4 Metallic DTC: J. Haddock BAE Systems, UK D5 Non Metallic DTC: A. Pays MBDA, FR D2 Electrical DTC: A. Pezzetta Dassault Aviation, FR D1 Engineering Procedures DTC: J.P. Zagonel Airbus, FR D6 Quality & EAQG DTC: S. Haug Airbus, FR

  21. New Work Proposal (NWP) Stage Consensus Draft (CD) Stage Working Draft Stage DTC S S S Form 1 Form 1 Form 4 Form 7 Form 8 Form 10 Form 2 Form 3 Form 5 Form 9 Form 9 Executive Form 6 Draft Draft CD Draft S CD Draft Form 1 Experts Draft Form 7 Form 3 Form 9 CD Draft NWP Ballot1 month CD Ballot4 months < 2 months > < 4 months > < 6 months > ASD-STAN process NWP to prEN • This is the STAN standardization process prEN CEN Members : for comments CEN Members : for information 7 FP + 28 CEN Members CEN: Comité Européen de Normalisation S = Signature FP National Focal Point per Domain plus: National Coordinator if req‘d DTC Domain Technical Coordinator

  22. Formal Vote (FV)Stage EN Publication stage Enquiry stage3,5 months Form 11 S EN Draft Comments If major commentsthe FV processis stoppedat this point Comments Definitive text Publication Notice Votes Comments Votes Comments < 5,5 months > < 3 months > ASD-STAN process prEN to EN • This is the STAN standardization process 20,5 months > In parallel DTC Executive FV Ballot2 months Experts EN 7 FP + CEN Members CEN

  23. All Standards produced by ASD-STAN are sold by ASD-STAN as long as they are not yet transformed from prEN to EN (via CEN process). ASD also sells ASD specifications on behalf of ASD www.asd-stan.org ASD-STAN has subcontracted the sale of its standards to: IHS (prev. TI) UK + US Normadoc FR DECO US BSI UK BNAE FR ILI UK ASD-STAN is subcontracted to sell Standards on behalf of: SBAC UK (British Standards only) IBN BE (Belgium issued EN Standards) Sale of Standards

  24. ASD’s affiliated associations Standardization (development of requirements) Qualification (audit of compliance with requirements) Suppliers’ Special Process compliance (coop. Pri NADCAP) Suppliers’ QMS compliance (EN9100) Standards development prEN, EN, TR, new: EA covering Aerospace, Defence, Civil, Milit., etc. (cooperation with CEN, SAE, ISO, etc.) approved Suppliers’ Production compliance with peculiar technical standard (EN9133)  QPL company related product related EAQG European Aerospace Quality Group ASD Standardization & Certification Coordination Committee previously: ASD Quality Committee ASD Operations Commission

  25. MARKET DEMAND Service provider to Industry Approved Manufacturer Quality Systems  Recognized Standards useable as contractual requirements ApprovedManufacturer Processes Certified, Procurable Products

  26. IAQG International Aerospace Quality Group Purpose: Implement initiatives that make significant improvements in quality and reductions in cost throughout the value stream by establishing and maintaining dynamic cooperation, based on trust, between international aerospace companies. Objectives: • develop common quality standards and requirements • maintain a process of continuous improvement for the products and processes • agree methods to share results (audits, etc.) • establish implementation plans which bring the initiatives to life Global standards & regulations are essential for efficient operations in the global aviation system and market

  27. International Aerospace Quality Group IAQG Council General Assembly Forums AAQG (Americas) EAQG (Europe) APAQG (Asia - Pacific) Whose purpose is: Implement initiatives that make significant improvements in Quality and reduction in cost, throughout the value stream, by establishing and maintaining dynamic cooperation, based on trust, between international aerospace companies (SJAC)

  28. ASIA-PACIFIC: AIDC AVIC I AVIC II Fuji Heavy Industries, Ltd. Hawker de Havilland IHI Co. Ltd. Indonesian Aerospace KAI (Korea Aerospace Industries) Korean Air Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd. MHI Members • EUROPE: • Airbus • Alenia Aerospazio Aeronautics Division • Avio • BAE Systems • Dassault Aviation • EADS Corporate • EADS-CASA • EADS Military • Eurocopter • HEGAN • Hispano-Suiza • Israel Aircraft Ind. • Liebherr-Aerospace • Messier-Bugatti • Messier-Dowty • MTU Aero Engines • PFW • Rolls-Royce • SAAB Aerospace • SAFRAN • Smiths Industries Aerospace • Sonaca • Stork Fokker • SUKHOI • THALES Avionics • Turbomeca • Volvo Aero • WESTLAND • ZODIAC • AMERICAS: • Bell Helicopter/Textron • Boeing • Bombardier Aerospace • Embraer • GE Aerospace • Goodrich Corporation • Gulfstream • Honeywell Engines and Systems • Lockheed Martin Corporation • Northrop Grumman • Orbital • Parker Aerospace • Raytheon • Rockwell Collins • Rolls-Royce • UTC • Vought Aircraft as per August 2006

  29. Objectives • Establish commonality of quality standards and requirements • Common aerospace basic quality systems • Best practices in aerospace industry • Performance metrics • Establish process of continuous improvement at suppliers • Industry expectations • Lean manufacturing • Establish methods to share results • Audits • Inspections • Supplier performance • Establish implementation plans that bring the initiative to life • Obtain customer concurrence as per August 2006

  30. INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS 9100 - Quality System for Aerospace Manufacturers 9101 - Checksheet for 9100 9102 - First Article Inspection 9103 - Management of Key Characteristics 9110 - Quality System for Aerospace Repair Stations 9111 - Checksheet for 9110 9120 - Quality System for Distributors 9121 - Checksheet for 9120 9131 - Non Conformance documentation 9132 - Data matrix 2D coding Qty requirement for parts marking 9133 - Production Certification 9134 - Supply chain risk management Online Aerospace Supplier Information System (OASIS) on Global Successes www.iaqg.org/oasis

  31. Improvement Strategy • Requirements • Process Capability • People Capability • Execution • Sub tier Supplier • Control • Evaluation Relationship Growth Strategy • Space • Defense • Authorities • Suppliers • Engineering, Sourcing IAQG Operating Management System Strategic FocusAligned to Address Challenges

  32. Focus on “Larger Enterprises” (Aerospace Industry) True Cooperation Nationally (including among competitors) Internationally Regulators and Customers Open sharing of “Best Practices” Rapid consensus and deployment of Standards, Tools and Techniques Less confusion Clear understanding of requirements by entire aerospace industry Reduced audits Eliminating redundant audits for compliant companies Fewer customer-unique forms First Article Inspection Reports Nonconformance documentation Higher quality products at reduced cost Benefits to Aerospace Industry

  33. Held periodically around the world, General Assembly Forums afford suppliers an opportunity to : • Network with key personnel from major aerospace companies participating in the IAQG, • Learn of the latest initiatives being pursued and promoted by IAQG which affect the global aerospace supply chain, • Express their views directly to IAQG representatives in small group discussions. • Past General Assembly Forums have demonstrated a common desire to reduce redundant audits and continue to develop and implement commonality in requirements. • Next General Assembly Forum : April 18th 2007 in Melbourne, Australia • for more information, please visit www.iaqg.org General Assembly Forums

  34. Questions ?