3 septembre 2021 | International, Systèmes autonomes (Drones / E-VTOL)

Bordeaux Technowest et Airbus Développement lancent un concours « Challenge Innovation »

Bordeaux Technowest et Airbus Développement lancent un concours « Challenge Innovation », dans le cadre du salon UAV SHOW qui aura lieu les 19, 20 et 21 octobre à Bordeaux. Ce concours vise à mettre en lumière les projets innovants portés par les startups de la filière drones, selon 4 thématiques : impact environnemental, innovation technologique, service au territoire, intelligence artificielle et data & communication. La clôture des candidatures est prévue le 1er octobre.

 

https://www.aerobuzz.fr/breves-aviation-generale/challenge-innovation-bordeaux-technowest-et-airbus-developpement/?paged1=2#:~:text=Lancement%20du%20Challenge%20Innovation%20par,up%20de%20la%20fili%C3%A8re%20drones.

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