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December 10, 2020 | International, Aerospace

SCAF : Airbus implique les start-ups dans le projet en Allemagne

Airbus annonce la conclusion de la phase pilote de l'initiative « Innovations for FCAS » qui vise à impliquer les acteurs allemands non traditionnels de la défense - des start-ups, des petites et moyennes entreprises et des instituts de recherche dans le développement de l'avion de combat du futur (SCAF). Cette initiative lancée en avril 2020 a été financée par le ministère allemand de la Défense. Lors de la phase pilote, 18 PME et start-ups ont ainsi travaillé sur 14 projets en étroite collaboration avec Airbus pour obtenir des résultats concrets tels qu'un lanceur de véhicule sans pilote, un démonstrateur cloud de combat sécurisé ou encore un démonstrateur d'intelligence artificielle appliquée à l'analyse des fréquences radio.

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