The T-TECH Project has been relaunched: the specifications and the time schedule have been revised. The Campania Region has requested the declaration of confirmation of participation in the partnership of the T-TECH project, presented in January 2020 by the leader Officine Meccaniche Irpine S.r.l., in response to a ragional call aimed at financing research and […]
On June 30, the E-Brake project officially ended with the achievement of the main purpose, namely the design, construction, and testing of an innovative electromechanical braking system for small aircraft (SAT – Small Air Transport). At the state of the art this type of technology is typical of medium-large aircraft, but thanks to the reduction […]
In May 2022, the TRR of the E-Brake project ended. The project is part of an initiative of Clean Sky 2, the main European research program in the aeronautics sector. Piaggio Aerospace, as Project Topic Leader, has certified that the components made, thanks to the participation of all the members of the Consortium, meet […]
The SMAR-TeR Project has ended.
The Preliminary Solution Review of the SMAR-TeR project was successfully concluded and delivered with the approval of the Topic Leader Leonardo Helicopter Division.
SMAR-TeR is a research project that is part of the European Clean Sky 2 research and development program, created to start public-private partnerships between the European Commission and the European aviation industry with the aim of creating innovative aircraft in terms of environmental impact, that is quieter, more efficient in consumption and in general more […]
On January 21, 2020, the Consortium met Piaggio Aerospace for the closure of the Preliminary Design Review (PDR) process of the E-BRAKE project.
E-BRAKE is a research project that is part of the broader European research and development program CleanSky2, designed to initiate public-private partnerships between the European Commission and the European aviation industry in order to create innovative aircraft in terms of impact environment, therefore quieter aircraft, more efficient in consumption and in general more respectful of the environment during their entire life cycle.
On July 13, 2021, Piaggio Aerospace and the E-BRAKE Consortium met (remotely) to successfully address and complete the Critical Design Review (CDR) regarding the development of the electro-mechanical braking system for the Clean Sky 2 SAT program.
The SAIS project is funded under the European research and development program CleanSky2, it was realise to improve the collaboration of the European aviation industry, global leadership and competitiveness.