2016.06.20 - Press Release
On Monday 20 June, at DCNS's headquarters in Paris, Hervé Guillou, Chairman and CEO of DCNS, and Bruno Sainjon, Chairman and CEO of ONERA, signed a framework agreement aimed at developing their synergies and proposing joint R&D projects in the naval and maritime domains, including weapon systems of the future.
2016.05.04 - Air Traffic Management
At the end of 2015, the NASA Tournament Lab (NTL) launched the challenge "Sky for All: Air Mobility for 2035 and Beyond". The objective was to envision the skies of 2035 and design a system that allows vehicles to navigate safely and efficiently in a dense and diverse airspace.
2016.04.06 - Space surveillance
During the launch of ExoMars ESA mission on 14 March, ABISS radar breadboard developed by ONERA has been operated to confirm the progress of the martian mission with the successful passage of the launcher on its transfer orbit.
2016.03.14 - Space Research
On 10 March 2016, the Association of the European Space Research Establishments – ESRE – was formally established as an International Organisation (AISBL). ESRE gathers the leading space research centers of CIRA (Italy), DLR (Germany), INTA (Spain), NLR (Netherlands) and ONERA (France).
2016.03.09 - Metrology
World first. ONERA and the SHOM* have accomplished two gravity mapping campaigns off the coast of Brest. The atomic gravimeter designed and built at ONERA for marine use, provides an absolute measurement of the local gravity "g" with remarkable precision.
2016.03.08 - Composites
Join ONERA at JEC World 2016 composite trade fair, to be held at Paris Nord Villepinte on 8, 9 & 10 March 2016.
2016.02.29 - Remote Sensing
TERRISCOPE is a research platform dedicated to airborne imagery for studying the environment and territories. TERRISCOPE is aimed at promoting the emergence of new services, especially from the drone line. Its development has started in January 2016 and will take 3 years.
2016.02.22 - Press Release
Building on their historic partnership in space research, CNES and ONERA, the French aeronautics, space and defence research laboratory, are joining forces to address new challenges in the field of launchers and satellites.