The International Paris Air Show is the largest aerospace event in the world. Held every two years in Paris, France, it attracts key players in the aerospace industry including businesses and government delegations from over 90 countries. At the National Research Council of Canada, Canada's largest federal research organization, we develop technologies and manufacturing processes for the aerospace sector. We look forward to connecting with and also celebrating our industry partnerships at this year's show!
- NRC, Transport Canada and CARIC launch a call for collaborative research project ideas on remotely piloted aircraft
- The NRC and Germany's ZAL sign framework agreement
- The NRC signs new strategic partnership agreement with France’s research counterpart, ONERA
- The NRC signs exclusive agreement to provide patented additive manufacturing technology to Burloak Technologies
NRC's Convair 580 aircraft flew over 100 hours in one of North America's most ice-prone areas to collect information on supercooled icing conditions.
Siemens Canada approached the NRC with a concept for a highly integrated additive manufacturing fuel nozzle with fewer parts than traditional nozzles.
A new 'eye in the sky' is revealing hidden features on Earth
Hyperspectral imaging technology developed at the National Research Council of Canada (NRC) is using infrared light to map properties invisible to the human eye...
Anticipating the aerial mobility of the future
Unmanned aerial systems (UAS) will radically transform our cities – alleviating traffic and accelerating mobility...