NOVEMBER 30 - DECEMBER 02, 2021

TORINO, ITALY
The only business convention for the aerospace industry in Italy

 

TORINO-PIEMONTE, A LEADING GLOBAL HUB FOR AEROSPACE

 

Seventh in the world and fourth in Europe, with a turnover of over € 16.4 bn and a workforce of 47,274 employees with high levels of specialization, the aerospace industry represents the largest manufacturing sector in Italy in the field of high-tech integrated systems.

Piemonte has the highest concentration of Italian aerospace companies: 514 companies (86% specialized in aircraft manufacturing and 14% in space manufacturing).
The region offers a complete pipeline of skills and qualifications, high level manufacturing, processes and service companies, cooperation with universities and the R&D network, unique products and engineering know-how, educational & training system and an organised supply chain.

In Piemonte, the aerospace sector is one of the productive and scientific excellences, confirming the regional vocation for technological innovation. The Piedmontese aerospace industry is made up of 280 SMEs and many international key players employing approximately 14,800 people, with an annual turnover of around 3.9 billion €. Alongside, 5 international key players stand out: Leonardo, Avio Aero, Collins Aerospace, Thales Alenia Space, ALTEC ..

The Piemonte aerospace supply chain is comprehensive and based on producers of complex subsystems and suppliers of parts, component and functional groups that are incorporated in:

Aerostructures

Advanced propulsion systems

Space systems & satellites

UAV, UAS, OPV

On board avionics systems

Interiors & inflight entertainment systems

Electronic and electrical systems and subsystems

Actuation systems

Design and analysis, engineering, prototyping

MRO


Piemonte played and still plays a key role in many international programmes: 777 and 787 Dreamliner, Airbus A321, 500/600 and A 320 NEO, Falcon 2000 and EX, Eurofighter. As far as Space in concerned, Piemonte is involved in a prime contractor role in the International Space Station - more than 50% of its pressurized modules are being developed here -, ExoMars, Artemis, Euclid, Bepi-Colombo, IXV and Space Rider, Ariane 5, ArgoMoon and many others.

 

 

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