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17.02.17 Titania, CT Ingenieros and Eurecat collaborate in a R&D project to optimize composites manufacturing

The project, named Pultrubeam, is based on pultrusion's technique, which allows manufactur


16.02.17 "Best Drone-Based Solutions" Special Innovative Prize

THE SPANISH TEAM FORMED BY FADA-CATEC, AIRBUS AND THE UNIVERSITY OF SEVILLE RECEIVES THE S


Contact

Dr. Sergio Mazzarella
Centro Direzionale
Isola A6
80143 Naples
Italy

Ph   +39 081 796 68 74
Fax  +39 081 796 67 18
s.mazzarella(at)maildip.regione.campania.it

Website

www.campaniaerospace.it

Distretto Aerospaziale della Campania

Cluster Description

Facts & Figures

Number of companies about 170 companies in July 2013 (9 are larger companies and the others are SME)
Number of employees about 10,000
Number of research institutes 5
Other cluster members  
   

Cluster Management

Organizational form Campaniaerospace is a program of the Department for Productive Activities of Regione Campania
Financing public funding from regional sources.
   

Main Actors

Main industry actors
  • Alenia Aeronautica
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  • Atitech
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  • Avio
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  • Dema
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  • EMA
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  • Magnaghi
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  • Mecfond
  • Main research institutes
  • CIRA - Italian Reserch Aerospace Center
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  • IMAST
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  • Mars-Telespazio
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  • Test
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    Cluster Competences and Strategy

    Strengths & Competences

    Building of aircraft's complex components, maintenance and specialized parts sub supply, manufacturing and tools are the three main operating fields.

    Science & Research

    Collaboration with CIRA to promote and develop the aerospace sector of Campania. At this moment, for example, we are developing these research projects:

    • EMPA – Environmental monitoring performed by advanced sensors and Lighter than Air platforms supporting urban and suburban early warning actions;
    • NANOCOMP – nanocomposites;
    • ACTIVE WINDOW – reduction of noise in cabin;
    • FLOWCON – control of air flux by trapped vortex;
    • COFLOW- verification of a new method, called co-flow jet, for the study of the increase of aerodynamic performances;  
    • ICEAC – ice accreditation modelling;
    • HELIIDENT- study of helicopter's dynamic;
    • LASA – low weight affordable sense & avoid;
    • SPLASH- study of the impact in water;
    • ELIFLOT – study of the helicopter's floating;
    • AEROFRAME – study for a compliant system of manufacturing in the aerospace industry.

    International Collaboration

    We are collaborating on the development of aerospace sector with:

    • Land of Hamburg – Behörde für Wirtschaft und Arbeit;
    • United States Department of Commerce – International Trade Administration – Aerospace Team (Washington) and U.S.A. Embassy in Italy;
    • Embassy of Canada in Italy;
    • GIFAS and Embassy of France in Italy;

    In next months we'll start to collaborate with:

    • the region of “Great Nagoya” (Japan);
    • the Boston University

    Main Challenges

    We want to promote our aerospace sector, the networking capacity and we want to offer support to SME's development and internationalization to develop new partnerships, business relations and the participation to the main strategic European projects.