AED Cluster Portugal involves more than 80 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 event, which will not only be a conference but will also have B2B sessions, is co-organized by the European Commission and the Swedish Security and Defense Industry Association and takes place in the setting of ENDR activities.
Deimos Engenharia will be providing to Orbex the guidance, navigation and control (GNC) system for the Prime micro-launcher.
The IDAwards elected FLEXCRAFT project design as the best of 2020 in the Transport/Aerospace category.
Sharing useful information: updates from national and international industry, relevant news and support measures for Portuguese companies.
With a Position Paper elaborated by the management with contribution form various members, AED shows the importance of this initiative to the ASD industries.
The Portuguese Recovery and Resilience Plan was in public consultation up to the 1st of March. AED made its contribution to mitigate the economic impact in the Aeronautics, Space and Defence sectors.
In the aeronautics and space sectors in Portugal, 3D printing is already a reality, but one that needs to be more developed.
The Portuguese Cluster's annual event takes place again 100% online, from the 28th September to 1st October, and has a new format.
The Perseverance Rover landed safelly on Mars today and, when returning to Earth, it will be Portuguese technology to protect its samples.
An exclusive interview with Miguel Braga, Director of CEiiA, responsible for one of the most ambitious projects in the Portuguese aeronautics industry: the ATL-100.