EDC With New Member: Andalucia Aerospace Cluster Convinced by European Network of Unmanned Systems
The European Drones Cooperation (EDC) is pleased to welcome the
Andalucia Aerospace Cluster as a new member. On 05 March 2021, the signing of the contract took place in a digital conference attended by the other EDC members from Poland, France, Belgium, Denmark and Germany.
The EDC is a cooperation of European drone organisations founded in June 2019 on the initiative of CURPAS e. V. and UAS Denmark. The members of the EDC aim to contribute to innovation in the field of drone technologies and their use across Europe. In addition, the EDC intents to establish itself as a common voice to strengthen its members on a European level. Together, the network has participated in European funding programmes and at several events and conferences.
In addition to the German CURPAS e. V. and UAS Denmark, members include the following organisations: Aerospace Valley (France), Belgian Drone Federation (Belgium), Hamburg Aviation, SAFE CLUSTER (France), Silesian Aviation Cluster (Poland). As of now, the Andalusia Aerospace Cluster is the eighth member of the European cooperation network.
The Andalucia Aerospace Cluster is a private association created to represent all aerospace companies in Andalusia, Spain. One of the main objectives of the cluster is to position and strengthen its members in the national and international aerospace sector. The cluster promotes sustainable technological development and business excellence in the Andalusian aerospace industry through valuable synergies among its members and the training and education of professionals in the sector. Finally, the cluster acts as institutional representation in public bodies and organisations at national and international level.
"We are pleased to welcome the Andalucia Aerospace Cluster as another valuable partner in our network," said Dr Christina Eisenberg, Network Manager GRW Network at CURPAS. "The network of our members enables the EDC to strengthen international cooperation among companies in the aerospace sector and to represent them as a unified voice at the European level."
The eight members of the EDC have agreed on the following common goals, commitments and activities: The exchange between members within the framework of European projects, information on new strategic initiatives and activities, and joint benchmarking through the exchange of experiences and the presentation of best practices. The members of the EDC meet regularly to inform about current projects and plan future cooperation at European and global level.
For more information please refer to the website of the EDC