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Aerospace Valley

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Aerospace Valley is a French cluster of aerospace engineering companies and research centres. The cluster is located in the regions of Occitanie and Nouvelle-Aquitaine in the southwest of France and is mainly concentrated in and around the cities of Bordeaux and Toulouse.

The over 500 affiliated companies (including Airbus, Air France Industries and Dassault Aviation) are responsible for some 120,000 jobs in the aviation and space flight industries. In addition, some 8,500 researchers are active within the affiliated companies and institutions.[1]

The cluster's stated aim is to create 40,000 - 45,000 new jobs by 2026.[2] Since its inception in 2005, the cluster has initiated some 220 research projects with a total budget of 460 million euros, including 204 million euros in government funding.[1]

The headquarters of Aerospace Valley is located in Toulouse. Chair of the cluster is Jean-Marc Thomas, who is also vicechair of Airbus France. Key locations of the cluster include:

Aerospace Valley is a member of the European Aviation Clusters Partnership and of Institut au service du spatial, de ses applications et technologies.

Airbus plant in Toulouse
Airbus plant in Toulouse

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See also

Air-Cobot is an Aerospace Valley project with the purpose to develop a collaborative mobile robot to inspect aircraft during maintenance.
Air-Cobot is an Aerospace Valley project with the purpose to develop a collaborative mobile robot to inspect aircraft during maintenance.


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