Thanks to its close partnership with Optonique Cluster located in Quebec, Canada, PIMAP+ consortium will participate in the RDV forum conference organises by CRIAQ.
The Consortium for Research and Innovation in Aerospace in Quebec (CRIAQ) is a non-profit organization created in 2002 with the financial support of the Government of Quebec. Its mission is to increase the competitiveness of the aerospace industry by stimulating business innovation through collaborative R&D. Its role is to bring together ecosystems and develop a new generation of innovators to strengthen Quebec’s technological leadership in cutting-edge aerospace applications: digital aviation, future air mobility and sustainable aerospace. CRIAQ is a unique model for collaborative research conducted by companies of all sizes, with involvement from universities and research centres.
The RDV Forum is a major event in collaborative aerospace R&D that brings together all aerospace industry leaders, researchers affiliated with universities and research centers, and governments to hatch innovative projects that will transform tomorrow’s air mobility.
“Meeting the Future” will be the theme of this 11th edition, and will address aerospace challenges such as digital aviation, future air mobility and sustainable aerospace, which will revolutionize the sector. It will be a unique opportunity to meet participants from the Quebec, Canadian and international aerospace industry, with whom to initiate new collaborations, in the presence of prestigious speakers who will share their expertise.
This event is a new step in the collaboration between PIMAP+ partners and Quebec's area in particular, and Canada in general.