The Japanese aeronautics sector is one of the largest in the world; however a need to increase competitiveness through international collaboration is being increasingly recognised by those in the industry. Although public sector involvement is primarily focused on the USA, European aeronautics companies are highly regarded in Japan. As a result, several successful partnerships between Japanese and European companies have taken place to date and many more opportunities remain for EU companies keen to engage in the Japanese market.
How can European and Japanese organisations cooperate in aviation research?The webinar will be introducing the SUNJET II project and the opportunities for European and Japanese companies to cooperate
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