More than 500 members of Aerospace Valley got together in Arcachon to participate to the annual forum of the “pôle de compétitivité” in the fields of aeronautics, space and embedded systems. This year, the 13th forum was dedicated to the air transport : “Connected, Autonomous and Sustainable: an industrial vision of tomorrow air transport”. This event was the opportunity for IRT Saint Exupéry to present its cutting-edge technology platforms.
“TAILORED SERVICES FOR YOUR SPECIFIC NEEDS”
On its booth, IRT Saint Exupéry presented its platforms offers, throught new presentations, videos, and technical samples. Based in Toulouse and Bordeaux, IRT Saint Exupéry’s innovative platforms could be used to help companies of all sizes to develop their technologies, in the frame of a service proposal.
These services on IRT Saint Exupéry’s equipments were also presented by the platforms leaders of each domain (Materials, More Electrical Aircraft and Embedded Systems) in the DAS working groups.
ROUND TABLE ON AUTONOMOUS AND CONNECTED AIR TRANSPORTS
Ariel Sirat, CEO of IRT Saint Exupéry, participated with other experts to a round table dedicated to the tomorrow’s air transports. A very good opportunity to share opinions and visions of all the sectors : aeronautics, space and automotive.
Participants : Ariel Sirat (CEO IRT Saint Exupéry), Philippe Laborie (Director of Operations, Aéroports De Paris (ADP)), Pierre Moschetti (Deputy Director, DGAC), Yann Barbaux (President of the “pôle de compétitivité” Aerospace Valley), Alexandre Corjon (Vice-President Renault Nissan & CEO Renault software lab), Thierry Racaud (President of ESSP), Ariel Sirat (CEO of IRT Saint-Exupéry), Bruno Nouzille (Technical Director Avionique Thales Avionics & Vice-President of Aerospace Valley), Bruno Stoufflet (Chief technology officer, Dassault Aviation), Pascal Dauriac (R & T Director, Safran Helicopter Engines), Pierre Yves Morvan (Aeronautics and Defence programs Director, Business Unit Aerospace Daher), Bruno Darboux (Head of Programmes & Integration, Coc Systems Airbus), and Bernard Krier (Head of Systems & Propulsion ATR).