From 17th to 20th of June, InnovationQuarter has presented the regional aerospace cluster at the Holland Pavilion, during the 53rd Paris Air Show.
Over 2.300 exhibitors were showcasing at the largest air show in the world, with an expected 140.000 trade visitors. The West Holland region is home to a unique aerospace ecosystem, including TU Delft with the largest aerospace faculty in Europe; important manufacturers like Fokker/GKN and Senior Bosman Aerospace; and a state-of-the-art composites cluster in The Hague and Delft, serving the international aerospace industry.
At the Holland Pavilion, the Dutch aerospace industry has presented her strenghths. InnovationQuarter, in cooperation with Amsterdam Airport Area and BOM Brabant presented The Netherlands as ‘The Aerospace Gateway to Europe’.
State Secretary Mona Keijzer has visited the Dutch exhibitors. The cooperating regional partners were hosting a different ‘Start-Up of the Day” each day. Two companies from Delft have been presented on Wednesday and Thursday.
Silverwing: A personal flying device that fits into a parking space, electric, fast and quiet. Under construction at the Delft University of Technology by a team of 35 students.
Fusion Engineering: Drone technology by using innovative flight control algorithms to ensure accurate positioning, fast disturbance rejection, and fault tolerance to never crash again.
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