These differentiating experimental means have been developed on a scientific basis and in correlation with market developments, integrating the research needs of industrials as well as the Members’ roadmaps. These resources are based on high-level human skills, including engineers, experts and technicians.
Since its creation, the IRT Saint Exupéry has operated on a multi-partner research model, based on the sharing of roadmaps and programmes developed by its industrial and academic Members. Supported by this model, the IRT Saint Exupéry developped its service offer for industrials. In the form of subcontracted research, this new activity is mainly based on the technological platforms at the Toulouse and Bordeaux sites, and on the R&T expertise of IRT’s experts.
These “tailored” services are adapted to the customer’s expectations, the maturity level of his technology but also his size, thus giving start-ups, VSEs and SMEs access to unique development resources.
Supervised by platform experts, the IRT Saint Exupéry offers R&T services (expertise and advice, feasibility study, engineering support) and platforms (training on the machine, access to the platform, characterization test, simulation, and optimization).
Consulting & Expertise
Engineering support : guidelines, models, database,
standards & technology maturity evaluation
Model & Simulation
Access to the platform and equipment
Call of expressions of interest : PREDICAT, multi environmental coupled platform
[Portrait 11] Julien Baclet, systems engineer, MBSE modeling expert
COVID-19 : IRT Saint Exupéry remains mobilized (FR/EN)
Parliamentary delegation visited IRT’s platforms @B612
[Portrait 10] Karine Labastie, technical advisor on impregnation processes for high-performance multifunctional composite materials
Copy of [Portrait 09] Aurore Risacher, doctor in plasma physics, is fascinated by electric arcs
[Portrait 08] Nesrine Badache, R&D engineer in model-based systems engineering (MBSE)
[Portrait 07] Mathieu Picard, specialist in artificial intelligence applied to mission planning for earth observation satellites