In good health

We reached the middle of the year and it’s time to take stock of the path of the Andalusian aerospace sector, just after the celebration a few weeks ago of the largest business event in the industry in our country, the Aerospace & Defense Meetings 2018. An event that once again made Seville the epicenter of national and international aerospace industry, attended by the main actors of the sector, both the large tractors as Airbus, Boeing, Bombardier and Embraer, as the main contractors and national and international Tier 1 , with, whom the attending companies could maintain business contacts and explore ways of collaboration or contracts for the future.

The numbers of this fourth edition of ADM Sevilla showed that it is a fully consolidated event, and that, in part, reflect the good health of the aerospace industry in Spain and Andalusia: more than 1,100 professionals from 350 companies from 28 countries attended the fair. In the country, more than 8,000 business meetings were held among the attendees, and some 70 companies and technological infrastructures were visited. In CATEC we witnessed this, contributing to strengthen the ties of technological development that our community has in some of the areas that are called to lead the future of the sector, such as advanced robotics or Industry 4.0.

Beyond these quantitative figures it also should be noted the announcement by the President of Andalusia, Susana Diaz, on the development and implementation in the short term of the new Strategic Plan for the aerospace sector. It will focus on aspects such as innovation, development, research, talent and the competitiveness and productivity of our industry. This new plan it will allow us to take a new leap and face the great challenges of the sector in a global context, that is always difficult and that can generate uncertainties.

After ADM Sevilla, the Andalusian industry is reinforced and sets course for new markets to continue promoting its internationalization, competitiveness and know-how in the sector. The next stop is the Farnborough fair, where I am convinced that our companies will continue advancing in that goal to position and reaffirm ourselves in the top positions of the global aerospace industry.

Joaquín Rodríguez Grau
Director of CATEC

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High Level Conference on Drones 2017: the main experts in drone sector in Europe analyze the future


CATEC was present at this important conference held in Helsinki, attended by 400 experts and officials from 30 countries


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High Level Conference on Drones 2017: the main experts in drone sector in Europe analyze the future
Our Center participated last November in the High Level Conference on Drones 2017, the main European event on unmanned aviation in which drone experts gathered from all over Europe discussed on the future development of this sector, the integration of drones into the airspace and the new commercial opportunities that drones can offer.
 
The conference brought together up to 400 visitors from 30 countries. Among the participants are Violeta Bulc, European Commissioner for Transport and Mobility; Patrick Ky, EASA Executive Director; and Anne Berner, Finnish Minister of Transport and Communications. The event was also attended by a wide range of representatives from Finnish and international organisations, research institutes, regulatory authorities and industry operators.


December 29th 2017
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