Turkish Aerospace, Royal Netherlands Aerospace Center team up
Turkish Aerospace has signed a framework agreement with the Royal Netherlands Aerospace Center (NLR) to cooperate on future aerospace research projects.
The two organisations plan to work together on research projects incorporating training, modeling, simulation, testing and new manufacturing techniques.
Both companies also aim to investigate further collaboration areas for future projects.
Turkish Aerospace works on the design, development, modernisation, manufacturing and life cycle support of integrated aerospace systems, from fixed and rotary wing platforms to UAS systems and space systems.
NLR is an international research centre for aerospace across industry, defence, space and civil sectors, with activities spanning the full spectrum of research, development, testing and evaluation for both government and industry.
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