Airbus Opens Development Hub ‘Airbus Tech Hub Japan’ in Japan

Airbus has announced the establishment of its development base, ‘Airbus Tech Hub Japan,’ in Japan.

The announcement was made at the ‘VIVA TECHNOLOGY 2024’ tech event held in Paris. This year, Japan has been selected as a special invitee country. The announcement was attended by the Embassy of Japan in France, the French Directorate General for Civil Aviation (DGAC), the Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO), and Airbus.

Based in Tokyo, the hub will focus on the development of new materials, decarbonization technologies, and automation. It aims to build partnerships in Japan that promote research, development, and innovation in the aerospace sector and advance technological innovations for the development of next-generation aircraft.

The Airbus Tech Hub is also established in Singapore and the Netherlands. It aims to create a community that facilitates interaction between Airbus’s R&T teams active globally and industry leaders, regional research communities, industries, and academic institutions, to foster technological innovation in preparation for the future of aerospace.

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