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Aerospace and defense industries

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  • 1 1984 to 1996 - New orientations

    In 1983, the public sector democratization law caused ONERA's statutes to be updated in order to render them compliant (Decree of 1984). They now stress the importance of the mission of transferring research results to the aerospace industry... The scientific and technical contributions provided by ONERA to the industries concerned (Dassault Aviation, Aerospace, Dasa, Aeritalia) were significant
  • 2 Onera 2012 Annual Report: Creativity is Our Watchword in 2012

    The defense industry's recognition of our skills and. Our exceptional results are the product of our people's skills and expertise of course, but they also reflect the rejuvenation of our workforce, with the hiring of many talented young people, and close cooperation with industry... Research & Technology (R&T) is a constant key to the development of both civil and military aerospace
  • 3 ONERA at the Paris Air Show: Inventing together the future of aerospace

    Are you an institution, a government partner, an industry actor, a journalist, a student or an aviation enthusiast?... Located in hall 2A, at location C271, closer to major French and European industrials, discover ONERA's future breakthroughs in aeronautics, space and defense. In a futuristic and welcoming environment, with the base line" Inventing together the future of aerospace", the program directors will introduce you to ONERA's universe and its many areas of expertise
  • 4 Which role Research & Technology must play to ensure France's continued stance as a major aerospace power ?

    On September 8 and 9, ONERA participate in the Summer Defense Conference, with Chairman and CEO Bruno Sainjon taking advantage of this opportunity to discuss the role that Research & Technology must play to ensure France's continued stance as a major aerospace power. The French (and European) aerospace industry is one of the increasingly rare industry sectors in which we still enjoy global status, with all that entails in terms of scientific, technological, industrial, economic and of course human challenges
  • 5 ONERA lifts the veil on 70 years of its history: 1996 to the present day - A period of major changes

    A growing number of countries had aerospace ambitions, in particular focused on defense... At the vanguard of an aerospace sector that is decisive for national sovereignty, ONERA continue to play its part, more than ever, in ensuring the dynamism and competitiveness of this high-stakes industry. During the 1990s, the defense sector learned lessons from conflicts (Gulf War, ex- Yugoslavia) that had thrust into prominence weaponry of precision and stealth
  • 6 Academic Award for CEDRE, a Great Software Application for Combustion and Propulsion

    The French Air and Space Academy has given an award for Cedre, ONERA's reference simulation software for energy and propulsion, used both in research and in the aerospace industry... Cedre has allowed significant progress in the field of research and has provided a highly effective computer assisted design tool for aerospace and defense industrialists
  • 7 ONERA welcomes you to its stand at the Paris Air Show!

    Driven by the message" Inventing together the future of aerospace", technological breakthroughs, projects and skills will be exhibited along ONERA's three new program lines: defense, aeronautics and space... Under the supervision of the Ministry of Armed Forces and as a state expert for the DGA, ONERA partners with top ranking French industries