Guidance

ATiTUDE Market Industry Day

Market industry day to be held on 15 November for the Affordable Titanium for Defence (ATiTUDE) programme.

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ATiTUDE Market Industry Day

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Background

Dstl wishes to invite prospective suppliers to an industry day for the Affordable Titanium for Defence (ATiTUDE) programme. The target audience for the day is those who work in any aspect of the processing and use of titanium, from raw materials through to the manufacture and integration of parts.

Aims and objectives

To brief the UK academic and industrial S&T community on Dstl’s Affordable Titanium for Defence [ATiTUDE] demonstrator programme which has been designed to address MOD requirements for robust, lightweight materials that will reduce future platform ownership costs.

  • To brief out Dstl’s ATiTUDE demonstrator programme, highlighting its highly collaborative nature.

  • To give potential ATiTUDE performers with an opportunity for 1:1 discussions with Dstl SMEs.

  • To provide a forum for potential ATiTUDE consortium members to explore how they might best collaborate.

  • To provide a brief on the R-Cloud Procurement process.

Registrations

The event will be hosted at the Manufacturing Technology Centre, Coventry on 15 November 2018.

Please register for the event here

Should you have any questions, please contact the ATiTUDE team at DSTLMSAMIMS@dstl.gov.uk

Please note that due to the size of the venue, attendance is limited to two people per organisation and you will be required to bring photo ID with you. The data that you provide will be passed to the venue to ensure you are booked on to the site; it will not be shared with any third parties.

Published 24 October 2018