– AEROCAR –
and AERONAUTICAL sectors
AEROCAR is a 3-year European project co-financed by the Interreg Sudoe Program through the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), which aims to create a technology transfer network between the aeronautical and automotive sectors. The collaboration of companies and technological centres in Portugal, France and Spain will result in a constant synergy favouring the transfer of knowledge from one sector to another. It will also contribute to improve the productivity of companies in the SUDOE region, thanks to the creation of new Technologies, materials and/or processes.
The main objective of the AEROCAR project is to promote the technological transfer between the aeronautical sector and the automotive sector. It seeks to enhance the existing synergies between two key strategic sectors of the SUDOE area identified in the Strategies of Intelligent Specialization. In addition, there is a transfer between more advanced regions in R&D with other regions that are less developed in the area.
The AEROCAR project comes to an end with a day in which the results obtained over 3 years will be presented
The use of composites and new materials in aeronautics and the automotive sector: case studies On 28 June, at Markina-Xemein,
International entities meet at Leartiker to analyse carbon fibre applied to aeronautics and the automotive industry
On February 21, Leartiker organized a conference in which international entities participated to analyse the properties and advantages of carbon
The carbon fibre will be the star of the conference that will take place next February 21
During the last years, a clear positive trend exists in the use of the carbon fibre in different applications. It