How 3D printing and digital technologies are altering the face of aircraft engine manufacturing in Italy
There’s a special team working on our digital transformation and evolution, generating ideas and collecting data that will change the way we work.
Work and industrial processes keep on transforming, as step by step the aviation industry becomes more and more intelligent.
The first additive repair techniques under development in Italy’s Apulia Region are already being adopted in the factory – such as in Brindisi, where one special machine does the job of three.
Clean, efficient and robotized, the new lines for the LEAP program in Pomigliano and Bielsko-Biała are astonishing and they’re ready to face the challenge of a striking market demand.
Less complexity, costs, wasted material and noise, additive manufacturing in aviation and other industries is optimistically looking ahead to the future, counting on a present that already makes history.
Smart glasses, experimentally developed inside the Avio Aero Services area, are opening a new chapter in the industrial digitalization.
The first repair using groundbreaking additive techniques through a special gun has already been performed, inside a University Campus.
Take a look inside this factory 3D printing jet engine parts.
Our IT colleagues spoke recently at a conference organized by Distretto Tecnologico Pugliese at the Ecotekne campus of the University of Salento, our longstanding research partner
During a special visit to our flagship factory in Cameri, participants had the chance to discover the benefits of this innovative technology and meet Sandro De Poli, CEO of GE for Italy and Israel
Our colleagues at Energy Factory Bari took part in the recent Festival of Innovation, where they showcased their results and research tools.