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As part of Leonardo’s “Social Value” series, the company hosted the workshop “Destination Net Zero, Leonardo and Small Medium Enterprises working together on the journey” led by SWMAS (South West Manufacturing Advisory Service) at the iAero Centre in Yeovil, Somerset.
Hexagon’s Manufacturing Intelligence division has introduced Elements, new simulation software that helps engineering teams understand the behaviour of systems that are becoming increasingly complex in modern products.
The “Race to Space” is on and it’s no secret that the most successful companies will be those that take advantage of the latest breakthroughs in metal additive manufacturing. Find out how Velo3D’s solution advances the emerging entrepreneurial space sector.
Airbus has revealed that it is developing a hydrogen-powered fuel cell engine. The propulsion system is being considered as one of the potential solutions to equip its zero-emission aircraft that will enter service by 2035.
A group of aerospace technology companies has announced the formation of a collaborative consortium to develop hybrid-electric and water-enhanced turbofan technology for future aircraft propulsion systems, supported by the European Union Clean Aviation Joint Undertaking (Clean Aviation).
World-leading aero-engine manufacturer, ITP Aero, has become a member of the University of Sheffield Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC), recognising its excellence in developing new products and processes, and training new talent and skills.
Croatia’s national flag carrier Croatia Airlines, based in Zagreb, has signed a firm order for six A220-300 aircraft. The airline plans to lease an additional nine A220s, taking its total commitment for the type to 15.