21 January 2014
21 January 2014
The new centre, dubbed Paris-Saclay, is located south of Paris, France and Safran states it will enable increased synergies with Saclay.
According to Safran, the new Paris-Saclay facility will eventually count some 1,500 employees, including 300 scientists and technologists, along with engineers and technicians from other Safran entities currently located in the greater Paris area. The company states the centre is also designed to eventually welcome outside research teams working on subjects that complement Safran’s areas of industrial research, to form a top-tier research complex.
Through this new Research and Technology centre, Safran claims it will be able to accelerate technological breakthroughs in aerospace, digital technology, materials, processes and sensors.
"With this new centre, Safran takes its Research and Technology activities to a whole new plane, by fostering technological synergies between our different companies," said Jean-Paul Herteman, Chairman and CEO of Safran. "We will be boosting our investments in key disciplines for our aerospace, defence and security businesses by a full 25%."
CRP USA will display solutions for the space industry manufactured in the Windform family of materials at Satellite Innovation 2018 at the Silicon Valley Computer History Museum, Mountain View, California, US, on 9-11 October.
Chem-Trend has been certified by the DQS (German Certification Company for Management Systems) in accordance with EN 9100:2016, fulfilling the strict quality requirements for aerospace suppliers.
Porcher Industries and its US subsidiary BGF Industries will present their latest innovations at CAMX 2018 on 15-18 October in Dallas, Texas, US, including new dry fibres for aerospace and automotive applications, the STELIA thermoplastic fuselage demonstrator, and solutions for the industrial, construction and sports and leisure sectors.