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Toutes les vidéos de l'édition : « Clean Sky »

  • Progress report on the Clean Sky program

    At the Greener Aviation conference held this week in Brussels, Clean Sky has done a progress report on the two phases of its European research program, at a crucial moment.

  • Clean Sky takes off at Farnborough

    At the Farnborough Airshow this week, the European research programme, Clean Sky, presented the status of several of its key projects. Amongst them are the Open Rotor, the laminar wings and the hybrid propulsion engine.

  • Clean Sky Academy to invent the future of aviation

    On the occasion of the ILA Berlin Air Show, the European research programme Clean Sky 2 presented its academy. An initiative to building stronger ties with young scientists and invent the future of aviation.

  • Clean Sky Forum: research and innovation a top priority

    The annual conference of Clean Sky, the European research programme that aims to reduce the environmental impact of aircraft by 2020, was recently held in Brussels. The priority is synergy between industry and research.

  • Clean Sky 2, the new mission toward lower emissions

    On the occasion of the Aerodays show in London, we take a look at Clean Sky. This European programme has a budget of € 6 billion aimed at developing new greener aviation environment technologies.

  • Liebherr-Aerospace converting to electromechanical actuators

    Actuators are mechanisms that connect the cockpit controls to various moving parts of the aircraft, thus controlling its movements. Today they are hydraulic, but Liebherr-Aerospace is working on a mini-revolution : electro-mechanical actuators.

  • Towards more electric aircraft

    On the occasion of the 3rd European Conference on More Electric Aircraft being held in Toulouse (south west France), representatives of the sector presented their latest advances and challenges in the field.

  • Snecma developing the engine of the future

    Aiming at a reduction of 30% in fuel consumption of aircraft, Snecma (Safran Group) is developing a revolutionary concept : Open Rotor. An engine that will mark a technological breakthrough around 2030.


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