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Challenges of the industries

Challenges of the industries

  • 1 ONERA welcomes you to its stand at the Paris Air Show!

    The challenge for the space industry, in view of the proliferation of satellite constellation projects, is to reduce start-up costs. This new generation will certainly include a recoverable and reusable part
  • 2 Swafea - Onera-led SWAFEA study issues initial report at Toulouse conference

    Aviation industry faces huge challenges in the use of alternative fuels, but expresses its commitment to following this path. (156 44 KB
  • 3 CAE and ONERA Signed a new Framework Agreement for Cooperation on Aeronautics Research during 2017 Paris Air Show

    In order to resolve the challenges of future green aviation and seek new cooperation opportunities under the government framework, both sides agree to sign this framework agreement which defines the aim, management approach and operational procedures for the collaboration projects to boost efficiency and promote the bilateral cooperation between CAE and ONERA
  • 4 News

    The 3 id of June 2022, in Brussels, the Association of European Space Research Establishments (ESRE) currently chaired by ONERA organized a landmark workshop with the European Commission on" space challenges for the EU". The Commission was represented by Mrs Catherine Kavvada, Director of Unit B" Innovation & Outreach" of the General Directorate for Defence, Industry & Space (DG DEFIS) accompanied by several key officers
  • 5 A First: The Mapping of Aircraft Engine Exhaust Emissions

    The measurements, performed using a robot carrying a probe, contribute useful knowledge for the validation of a future measurement protocol applicable to the air transport industry, allowing fine particle emissions to be quantified. In order to better understand the link between aeronautical fine-particle emissions and the formation of condensation trails in aircraft wakes, ONERA has implemented, together with Snecma, the MERMOSE test campaign to finely characterize gaseous chemical species and particulate matter emissions of a complete aircraft engine
  • 6 Which role 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. Today's major programs are successful because they are based on scientific and technological innovations that were matured and proven in previous years
  • 7 Press Releases

    The aeronautical industry is committed to a collective goal of net-zero carbon emissions by 2050. A ceremony took place on April 4 2024 in the presence of Emmanuel Chiva, Délégué général pour l'armement, Melvyn Ong, Singapore's Permanent Secretary (Defence Development), Cheong Chee Hoo, CEO of DSO National Laboratories (DSO), Bruno Sainjon, CEO of ONERA, Romain Soubeyran, Director of CentraleSu
  • 8 ONERA lifts the veil on 70 years of its history: 1996 to the present day - A period of major changes

    To address these new challenges, the French government sought to initiate new collaborative modes between public research and businesses, which in 2005 began to be manifested in the form of competitive clusters... 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
  • 9 ONERA and ANDHEO are rewarded for a radically innovating aerothermal simulation

    This problem was a veritable challenge, since it was necessary to establish original methods, both accurate and efficient, for the coupling of heat transfer modes between fluid and solid media. ONERA and the SME ANDHEO have received an award for the design and implementation of an aerothermal simulation method for the hot parts of aircraft engines
  • 10 After the Velib', the Planelib'?

    The challenge: supplementing the multimodal transport of the future with an air link to provide greater flexibility and speed... The PPlane consortium, consisting of five research centers, four universities and small and large industries, was ideally set up to guide its activities within the innovation perspective outlined by the European Commission