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Report
The Changing Global Competitive
Landscape:
Boeing’s Perspective on Opportunities
and Challenges
Dr. Deborah Radasch
Boeing Research & Technology
April 1, 2011
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100 years ago…
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“If rate of new knowledge is 4 times as fast, then planning for 2031 today is the
equivalent of being in 1890 trying to plan for 2006”
Why we are here…
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What is it we do?
Strong long-term growth is projected
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2009 to 2029
World
economy
(GDP)
3.2%
Airplane
fleet
3.3%
Number of
passengers
Airline
traffic
(RPK)
Cargo
traffic
(RTK)
4.2%
4.9%
5.3%
5.4%
5.9%
20-year traffic growth rates are higher than last year's forecast because they are calculated off a lower base year
World fleet will nearly double by 2029
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2019
2009
4%
19%
16%
20%
3% 10%
23%
61%
67%
Twin-aisle
3%
6%
36,300
airplanes
27,060
airplanes
18,890
airplanes
Large
2029
Single-aisle
68%
Regional jet
Innovation is needed to provide . . .
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Extreme Affordability
… in development, production, operations
and support
Breakthrough Performance
…to meet customer needs for range,
payload, speed, mission effectiveness,
availability, reliability, etc.
Enduring Sustainability
… easy to modify, easy to upgrade, open
system architecture,
Environmentally Responsible
… non-polluting in production (no VOC,
lead, carcinogens, chromium), quiet, nonpolluting, fuel efficient in operation,
disposable/recyclable at end of life
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Innovations provide economic improvement
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-60
787
777
Efficiency %
-50
767
-40
-30
DC-10
-20
50% Cumulative
Improvement
-10
707
0
1950
8
1960
1970
1980
1990
Entry into Service Year
2000
2010
2020
Innovations provide significant environmental progress
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30dB Noise Improvement
70% Fuel Improvement and Reduced CO2
Early Jet Airplanes
Second Generation Jet Airplanes
LOWER
DECIBELS
LESS FUEL
EVEN LESS
HIGHER
DECIBELS
Noise dB
Relative fuel use per seat–km
MORE FUEL
New Generation Jet
Airplanes
EVEN
LOWER
787 technologies provide a long-term solution
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Common Core
Open Systems
Architecture
Breakthrough
Passenger Cabin
Advanced
Flight Controls
Innovative
Systems
Technologies
More Electric Systems
Architecture
Integrated
Health
Management
Composite
Primary
Structure
Large Cargo
Capacity
e-Enabled
Systems
Enhanced
Flight Deck
Advanced
Engines
and
Nacelles
Advanced
Wing Design
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More environmentally progressive technologies
are needed
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• Environmentally progressive
products and services
• Advanced global air traffic
management concepts
• Renewable fuel and energy
solutions
More innovative solutions are being developed
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X-48B BWB
ecoDemonstrator
Subsonic Ultra Green Aircraft
Research SUGAR Volt
Phantom
Ray
Phantom Eye
Vulture
X-51
WaveRider
$1 Trillion in technology is being developed
throughout the world
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Asia
$313 B
Europe
$280 B
North
America
$374 B
Middle
East
$13 B
South
America
$19 B
Aus. & NZ
$15 B
Other
(Univ.'s and
non-Profits)
Africa
$7 B
4%
Gov
32%
Industry
64%
Total: $1.02 trillion
Growth: 7.7%
R&D Funding
Updated: 9/2008
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Source: Organization of
Economic Cooperation
and Development (OECD)
and UNESCO
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Did you know?
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$1 Trillion is spent on R&D
Worldwide
$724B is spent
Outside North America
$6.5B R&D Spend 2009
By Boeing
So what actions should we take?
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Become a global participant: Boeing leverages talent
from around the world
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Canada United Kingdom
Netherlands
Denmark
Germany
Ukraine
Italy
Russia
Spain
Japan
China
Brazil
South Africa
India
Singapore
Australia
Work with higher education to develop our workforce
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• Purpose:
• To leverage universities and better manage relationships with
higher education institutions
• Addresses Critical Needs:
• Hiring
• Research & Development
• Continuing Education
• Government Relations
USA
• 154 U.S. Portfolio Schools
• 18 International Pilot Schools
Instill interest in science and technology
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Make Science and Technology Cool
Differentiate Our Projects
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Critical Questions for Research Proposals
•
As director of ARPA in the 1970’s George H. Heilmeier developed a set of
questions that he expected every proposal for a new research program to
answer. He referred to them as the "Heilmeier Catechism". These
questions still survive at DARPA and provide high level guidance for what
information a proposal should provide.
1. What are you trying to do? Articulate your objectives using absolutely
no jargon. What is the problem? Why is it hard?
2. How is it done today, and what are the limits of current practice?
3. What's new in your approach and why do you think it will be
successful?
4. Who cares?
5. If you're successful, what difference will it make? What impact will
success have? How will it be measured?
6. What are the risks and the payoffs?
7. How much will it cost?
8. How long will it take?
9. What are the midterm and final "exams" to check for success? How
will progress be measured?
•
Our Goal is to Partner to Define the Future of Aerospace...
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…and government agencies and schools of higher education will play an
important role in helping Boeing meet this exciting challenge.
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