14 French firms at aircraft interiors expo
Dubai, January 22, 2013
Ubifrance, the French agency for international business development, will present 14 innovative companies on the French Pavilion at the ongoing Aircraft Interiors Middle East (AIME) and MRO Middle East trade shows in Dubai.
AIME is the only exhibition in the Middle East region on aircraft interiors, VIP interiors, in flight entertainment, connectivity and catering.
The trade show is organized in parallel with MRO which is already a reference in the field of Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul in the region.
The previous events held in February 2012 drew 250 exhibitors from 70 countries and 2,500 visitors - an increase of 33 per cent on the 2011 show.
“The French know-how in the field of aircraft interiors and aeronautical maintenance is well-known, French companies wish to share this know-how with companies of Middle East, especially since they have a good knowledge of the Airbus ranges, well introduced in the region. They can thus supply fully adapted services to the airlines and maintenance centers of Middle East,” said Brice Robin, Aerospace project manager at Ubifrance.
French innovations on Aircraft Interiors Middle East feature innovative and luxury passengers seats, metallic and composite structural parts; innovative fastening systems, lighting systems, HD system allowing HD video and audio distribution as well as many 3D solutions.
Experts on high standing uniforms will also be part of the show, as well as the latest security equipment against all kinds of terrorist threats.
The French Pavilion on MRO Middle East will gather companies in fields such as precision maintenance tooling and ground support equipment, including safety equipment, mobile multi-device applications for MROs, RFID solutions for aerospace and chemical products for maintenance.
A global and innovative concept to reduce aircraft downtime through aircraft fuel leak detection and repair, solutions to solve the time-critical transportation needs of the Aerospace Industry, as well as high technology diagnosis tools for cables and harnesses allowing an immediate fault location will also be presented.
The show are being held in Dubai today and tomorrow (January 22 and 23). – TradeArabia News Service
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