Borja Dosal Roiz

Avionics Lead Engineer, Engineering Fleet Management

Etihad Airways

Borja Dosal Roiz obtained a Business Management university degree from the University of Cadiz (Spain) in 2002, after not giving up studying he achieved the Aeronautical Engineer university degree from the Catalonian University of Polytechnics (Spain) in 2007, specializing in Air Navigation.
He started his professional career in 2007 working for Iberia Airlines in Madrid, this was followed by his experience in Spanair Airlines (Barcelona) and British Airways (London) always holding the position of CAMO Avionics Engineer building up experience in both Airbus and Boeing fleets. Finally, in 2013 he settled down in Abu Dhabi and currently continues his Avionics Engineering endeavors working for Etihad Airways.
Over the recent times he has been a keynote speaker at several conferences:
Avionics Maintenance Conference (Dallas, April 2018): ADS-B OUT DO-260B Mandate.
MRO Middle East (Dubai, February 2019): Big Data, Prognostics and Predictive Maintenance.
Collins Aerospace Airline Symposium (Barcelona, April 2019): The benefits of predictive maintenance and Big Data on the connected aircraft.
Airline & Aerospace MRO & Operations IT conference APAC (Bangkok, October 2019): The Benefits of Predictive Maintenance and Big Data on the Connected Aircraft.
Aerospace Big Data Flight Global (Barcelona, December 2019): Implementing Prognostics and Predictive Maintenance using Big Data.



Connectivity makes our daily lives easier: why should it be different for aircraft operations? Making connectivity a simple end-to-end journey and delivering value is our fundamental objective.The session will highlight technological and operational topics and benefits for the utilization of LiFi as a transport mechanism for data in the aircraft cabin, while most airlines and system houses are still only getting their heads around WiFi, this ground-breaking next generation technology is just around the corner.

• OEM Digital Innovations: Aircraft Connectivity
• Improving connectivity infrastructure
• How airlines can go from investment into new connectivity technology to using connectivity to optimize flight operations?
• How technical departments and engineering departments work together for connectivity to make a difference

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