To support the development of the automotive, land transport and mobility industries in the Alsace and Franche-Comté region; improve their competitiveness in order to create value and jobs.
An action program for the competitiveness of the region
Since its inception, Pôle Véhicle du Futur has demonstrated the vitality of companies and research laboratories in its field, with many promising projects that contribute to building a systematic framework. It benefits from growing renown and exudes a real dynamism in the East of France.
In its strategic roadmap, Pôle Véhicule du Futur has exceeded the expectations of its members and partners with its generic missions as a competitiveness cluster to define priority objectives:
Provide players in the region with a forward-looking vision of technological and market developments.
Encourage the emergence of collaborative innovation projects.
Identify the needs for innovation platforms and resource centers and support their implementation.
Improve the industrial and economic performance of companies: activities in the field, dissemination of good practices, pooling of purchases.
Support the development of business skills: training, GPEC approaches.
Establish strategic partnerships with national and international clusters.
Take part in the international influence and attractiveness of the region, in particular as a territory for experimentation.
Located in the Ile-de-France (the leading employment area in France in the field of aeronautics, space and embedded systems), the Aerospace Competitiveness Cluster of the ASTech Paris region brings together more than 100,000 people and represents the majority of French R & D jobs.
Over 90% of the business aviation research and development workforce in the Ile-de-France
Over 60% of the research and development workforce for propulsion and equipment in the Paris region
ASTech Paris Region, a competitiveness cluster, aims to strengthen the positions of European industry leaders in the Paris Region in the sectors of space launch, business aviation, propulsion and equipment through innovation:
By giving new impetus to Ile-de-France Research, in its role of supporting the aerospace industry.
Offer SMEs new possibilities for innovation
Preparing tomorrow’s technological breakthroughs in partnership with SMEs, research organizations and higher education establishments
SAE International is a global association of more than 128,000 engineers and related technical experts in the aerospace, automotive and commercial vehicle sectors. Its core competencies are lifelong learning and the development of voluntary consensus standards.
RTCA is a private non-profit association founded in 1935 under the name of Radio Technical Commission for Aeronautics. We are the premier public-private partnership forum to develop a consensus between diverse and competing interests on critical issues of aviation modernization in an increasingly global enterprise.
More than 12,000 ASTM standards are in force worldwide. Defined and set by us, they improve the lives of millions of people every day.
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Understanding the needs of businesses and the priorities of consumers, we touch on all aspects of daily life: helping our world to work better.
The Aeronautical and Astronautical Association of France is the French learned organization whose mission is to:
Bring together individuals and legal entities concerned with the sciences and techniques of aeronautics and astronautics, for professional reasons or for personal reasons of curiosity, culture, passion, etc.
Distinguish among its members the best specialists at the international level.
Encourage frequent contact with other members, inside or outside its specialty, especially for young members;
Develop an important source of specialized information
Provide a forum for members to share their views and work
Representation of all its members to other French and foreign scientific and technical societies, as well as to aerospace federations.