AED Cluster Portugal involves more than 70 Portuguese entities, working in the Aeronautics, Space and Defence sectors. Our Companies, Institutes and Academia share significant synergies in multiple industrial, research and engineering domains.
As President, I am very proud of the results achieved so far by the cluster while promoting the growth of the Portuguese ecosystem, which has already given proof of its value and it is, still, facing a big growth potential, capable to cope with the challenges these industrial sectors are facing.
At AED we strongly believe that the efforts and initial investments, already performed by our associates (and their outstanding human capital), will foster a consolidated and fruitful future for the Cluster at a global level.
The 7th edition of the Portuguese Cluster's main event will gather the national ecossystem and the major international stakeholders of the Aeronautics, Space and Defence industries. In a two day event, held in Taguspark (Oeiras, Lisbon), there will be a Conference, Workshops, B2B Meetings, Exhibition Forum and a Cocktail Reception.
The event organization announced, today, the dates of postponement for the AIX2020: 12 to 15 April, 2021.
Sharing useful information: updates from national and international industry, relevant news and support measures for Portuguese companies.
The flag raising ceremony, outside NATO's headquarters, happened today and officialised the new State-Member.
One of the biggest events in the world, for the aeronautics, space and defence industries, has been canceled. The show will return in 2022.
Airbus announced the interruption, for four days, in their factories in Spain and France, as a measure against the COVID-19 propagation.
The European Space Agency (ESA) and the Roscosmos Space Corporation decided to postpone, to 2022, the second ExoMars rover launch to the Red Planet.
The event in Hamburg was postponed, without new dates, due to the COVID-19 virus outbreak.
Almadesign, portuguese company and Cluster member, was responsible for the airplane's cabin interior design.
ESA's Solar Orbiter probe, which uses Portuguese technology, was launched last week and the first phase has passed successfully.