The most important aeronautical event at the European level resumes in person in the French capital from June 19 to 25, 2023, in which Aertec participates again

Paris Air Show Le Bourget, the most important event at the European level that brings together the main world players in the aeronautical, defense and space sectors, resumes its face-to-face appearances from June 19 to 25 in the French country after the absence caused by the pandemic. The international company specialized in aerospace technology, Aertec, participates in this unavoidable event for the industry (it has not been absent in its latest editions), which it attends as a strategic provider of engineering services for all Airbus divisions in France, Germany, the United Kingdom and Spain, and which covers all phases of aircraft industrialization.

The international engineering company, in addition to being Airbus Tier 1, participates in manufacturing engineering projects such as Eurodrone and Zero Emissions, in a clear example of its commitment to the electrification of the aircraft. In recent years, it has consolidated its trajectory as a service provider, collaborating with the main OEMs in the aeronautical industry, carrying out important developments of on-board systems specializing in cabin equipment, flight computers and integrated modular avionics.

Aertec contributes as engineering to continuous improvement in the aeronautical industry for aircraft manufacturers; industrialization, control and management of aeronautical manufacturing programs; development of test systems and the implementation of technological solutions for plant control.

As product support engineering, Aertec focuses on Systems Engineering, Test Means & Simulators, Electrical & Electronics, Embedded Software and Vehicle Mission & Control, applying the transversal concept of Model Based Systems Engineering.

Its participation in the major global aeronautical programs stands out, such as the A400M, A330MRTT, A350XWB, A320, Beluga and C295, among others.

The Aertec stand is integrated into the Spanish Pavilion coordinated by TEDAE, the Spanish Association of Defense, Security, Aeronautics and Space Technology Companies.