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The IRT Saint Exupéry presented its last results at Paris Air Show 2017

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Visit of the Occitanie region delegation: Madeeli presents the interactive kiosk to the President Carole Delga in presence of Ariel Sirat, general director of IRT Saint Exupéry.

The IRT Saint Exupéry was present at Paris Air Show on the Aerospace Valley Occitanie/Nouvelle-Aquitaine collective space. Several results were presented at the end of the season 1 (2014-2016) of the projects whereas the season 2 (2017-2019) begins taking advantage of these successes.

An interactive kiosk on the booth of Madeeli, the Occitanie regional agency for economic development, export and innovation, was showing, illustrated by holograms and videos, the earth observation, the metal additive manufacturing, the multifunctional thermoplastic composite materials as well as the more electrical aircraft activities.

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Artificial intelligence and Big Data in the heart of the future systems of Earth observation

The IRT Saint Exupéry worked out advanced technologies of Earth observation in the crossing between artificial intelligence and Big Data. The latter revolutionises the automated processing methods of images and the missions of satellites. Some of these results were already transferred to the industrial partners, Airbus Defence and Space, Thales Alenia Space and Telespazio, for industrialization.

"FIT - Additive Manufacturing", 1st inter-IRT agreement on the additive manufacturing

From right to left: Ariel Sirat (IRT Saint Exupéry), Emmanuel Delabarre (Safran/(IRT Saint Exupéry), Gaëlle Vanard (IRT Saint Exupéry) and Etienne de Pommery (IRT SystemX).

The agreement inter-IRT “FIT – Additive Manufacturing”, piloted by the IRT Saint Exupéry, aims at covering the whole spectre R&D of the additive manufacturing. Objective: to prepare the aeronautics and space sectors for these major industrial evolutions. Ariel Sirat, IRT Saint Exupéry General Director, on behalf of the FIT (French Institutes of Technology), association of the 8 IRT created in 2014, introduced this agreement. Emmanuel Delabarre, coordinator for this agreement, exposed the road map over the period 2016-2022 and detailed the stakes in this coordination of the research actions between 4 IRT involved: IRT Jules Verne, M2P, IRT Saint Exupéry and SystemX.

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Emmanuel Delabarre, “FIT Additive Manufacturing” coordinator.

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A unique preindustrial pilot in France and in Europe for thermoplastic materials of future!

The IRT Saint Exupéry concentrates on the process of impregnation with the development of a pilot able to realize, in the preindustrial scale, preimpregnated of carbon reinforced functionalised thermoplastic materials. This equipment is the only one in France and in Europe available on an open platform able to reach 300 millimetres tape, standard of the big world suppliers.

This platform contributes among others to the development of the French sector of the thermoplastic materials through the project GIFAS TP led by IRT Jules Verne with the implication of the IRT Saint Exupéry and the IRT M2P.

Microstructure: 3D from X-ray tomography images.

More electrical aircraft: reliability and optimisation of embedded electrical technologies

The IRT Saint Exupéry’s more electrical aircraft domain focuses on the reliability and optimisation of the power density of the embedded electromechanical chains, as explained in the accompanying video. To guarantee a high voltage reliable optimised solution, IRT Saint Exupéry transfers the knowledge of the physical phenomena having a potential impact on electrical components life duration into design directives (electric arc, partial electric discharges).

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Electromechanical conversion chain.

Visit of Toulouse Métropole and Airbus delegation. Jean-Luc Moudenc exposes the Toulouse Aerospace site and the B612, future IRT Saint Exupéry building.

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