5 octobre 2022 | Local, Technologies propres, Méga données et intelligence artificielle, Fabrication avancée 4.0, Systèmes autonomes (Drones / E-VTOL), Conception et essais virtuels, Fabrication additive

Invitation - Webinaire RDV Forum 2023 : Appel à idées de projet

Invitation au Webinaire :
Appel à idées de projet

Présenter vos idées de projet au RDV Forum 2023

Le temps est arrivé de préparer vos idées de projet en recherche et développement pour le RDV Forum 2023. Événement majeur de la R et D collaborative en aérospatiale, le RDV Forum sera l'occasion d'aller à la rencontre de vos futurs partenaires et de faire émerger des projets structurants qui changeront l'avenir de la mobilité aérienne.

Le CRIAQ vous invite à vous inscrire dès maintenant au Webinaire d'information qui se tiendra le vendredi 28 octobre à 10 h 00 qui portera sur le processus de dépôt des idées de projet et sur les différentes étapes; du formulaire jusqu'à la présentation de l'idée de projet lors du RDV Forum.

Si vous souhaitez présenter une ou des idées de projet ou envisagez de le faire, il est fortement recommandé que vous participiez au webinaire.

Qu'est-ce qu'une idée de projet ?

Le CRIAQ soutient la recherche précompétitive aussi bien que compétitive dont les avancées technologiques permettront aux entreprises d'être plus innovantes et de se positionner comme chefs de file.

Les projets du CRIAQ doivent être de nature collaborative, avec au moins 2 entreprises et un partenaire de recherche au Québec. Les partenaires des projets du CRIAQ partagent les coûts, les risques et les résultats des projets de recherche dans lesquels ils prennent part. Le rôle du CRIAQ est d'offrir soutien stratégique, financier et administratif à ses membres dans la réalisation de ces projets.

Qui peut présenter ?

  • Les industriels (grands donneurs d'ordre et intermédiaires), membres et non-membres*;
  • Les PME (analyse et accompagnement CRIAQ), membres et non-membres*;
  • Les universités, les collèges et les centres de recherche doivent identifier au moins un partenaire industriel et c'est lui qui fera la présentation du projet lors du RDV Forum;
  • Les collaborateurs industriels nationaux et internationaux du CRIAQ.


*Limite possible selon le nombre d'idées de projets

Webinaires d'information

L'équipe du CRIAQ vous offre 2 webinaires d'information sur le processus de dépôt des idées de projet, de l'étape du formulaire jusqu'à la présentation lors de l'événement.

Nous invitons toutes les personnes intéressées à présenter leur idée à assister à ces webinaires :

Le 28 octobre 2022 à 10 h 00 – heure de l'Est (en français)

S'INSCRIRE AU WEBINAIRE FRANÇAIS

Le 28 octobre 2022 à 11 h 00 – heure de l'Est (en anglais)

S'INSCRIRE AU WEBINAIRE ANGLAIS

Dates et informations importantes

  • Webinaires d'information : le vendredi 28 octobre 10 h 00 (en français) et 11 h 00 (en anglais)
  • Guide de dépôt des idées de projets :

Toutes les personnes inscrites au Webinaire du 28 octobre, recevront par courriel le Guide complet des critères d'éligibilité pour soumettre leur.s idée.s de projet. Nous vous recommandons de vous inscrire à nos webinaires d'informations (voir liens ci-haut) pour vous assurer de respecter tous les critères de soumission d'idée de projet.

  • Date butoir pour soumettre les idées de projet : le vendredi 9 décembre 2022 (minuit)
  • Le RDV Forum du CRIAQ se tiendra du 14 au 15 février 2023 à Montréal à l'OACI.
  • Les porteurs d'idées de projet présenteront eux-mêmes leur.s projet.s lors du RDV Forum. Des créneaux horaires sont prévus à cet effet.
  • Trouvez toutes les informations sur le RDV Forum 2023 du CRIAQ ici.

S'INSCRIRE AU RDV FORUM 2023

Participez à ces 2 jours dédiés à l'idéation de projets pour la mobilité aérienne de demain.

Durant le RDV Forum, nous discuterons ensemble des trajectoires nécessaires vers l'atteinte d'objectifs en regard de l'aérospatiale durable, une mobilité aérienne du futur résiliente centrée sur le client et des systèmes d'aviation numériques intégrés, sécuritaires et performants.

Vous êtes ceux qui définissez ces trajectoires. Leaders de l'industrie aérospatiale et chercheurs affiliés aux universités et aux centres de recherche, ensemble définissons ces projets pour créer, stimuler et soutenir de nouvelles innovations pour la mobilité aérienne de demain !

Webinar Invitation:
Call for Project Ideas

Present your project ideas at RDV Forum 2023

The time has come to prepare your research and development project ideas for the RDV Forum 2023. As a major collaborative R&D event in aerospace, the RDV Forum will be an opportunity to meet your future partners and develop structuring projects that will change the future of air mobility.

CRIAQ invites you to register now for the information webinar to be held on Friday, October 28 at 11:00 a.m., which will cover the process of submitting project ideas and the various steps involved, from the form to the presentation of the project idea during the RDV Forum.

If you are interested in presenting a project idea or ideas or are considering doing so, it is highly recommended that you attend the webinar.

What is a project idea?

CRIAQ supports pre-competitive as well as competitive research whose technological advances will enable companies to be more innovative and to position themselves as leaders.

CRIAQ projects must be collaborative in nature, with at least two companies and one research partner in Quebec. CRIAQ project partners share the costs, risks and results of the research projects in which they participate. CRIAQ's role is to provide strategic, financial and administrative support to its members in carrying out these projects.

Who can present?

  • Industrialists (major contractors and intermediaries), members and non-members*;
  • SMEs (CRIAQ analysis and support), members and non-members*;
  • Universities, colleges and research centers must identify at least one industrial partner who will present the project during the RDV Forum;
  • National and international industrial collaborators of CRIAQ.


*Limit possible depending on the number of project ideas

Information Webinars

The CRIAQ team is offering 2 informative webinars on the process of submitting project ideas, from the form stage to the presentation at the event.
We invite anyone interested in submitting their idea to attend these webinars:

October 28, 2021 at 10:00 a.m. Eastern Time (in French)

REGISTER FOR THE FRENCH WEBINAR

October 28, 2021 at 11:00 a.m. Eastern Time (in English)

REGISTER FOR THE ENGLISH WEBINAR

Important dates and information

  • Information Webinars: Friday, October 28, 10:00 a.m. (in French) and 11:00 a.m. (in English)
  • Project Idea Submission Guide:

All registrants for the October 28 webinar will receive by email the complete eligibility guide for submitting their project idea(s). We recommend that you register for our informational webinars (see links above) to ensure that you meet all project idea submission criteria.

  • Deadline for submitting project ideas: Friday, December 9, 2022 (midnight)
  • The CRIAQ RDV Forum will be held from February 14 to 15, 2023 in Montreal at the ICAO.
  • Project idea holders will present their projects at the RDV Forum. Time slots have been set aside for this purpose.
  • Find all the information on the RDV Forum 2023 here.

REGISTER TO THE RDV FORUM 2023

Participate in these 2 days dedicated to the ideation of projects for the air mobility of tomorrow.

During the RDV Forum, we will discuss together the necessary trajectories towards sustainable aerospace goals, resilient customer-centric air mobility of the future and integrated, safe and efficient digital aviation systems.

You are the ones defining these trajectories. Aerospace industry leaders and researchers affiliated with universities and research centers, together let's define these projects to create, stimulate and support new innovations for the air mobility of tomorrow!

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