EmbraerX, a subsidiary of the Brazilian airframer dedicated to bringing new technologies and innovation to market, is opening an office at the Aerospace Innovation Hub of the technical university TU Delft Campus in the Netherlands. Under an agreement signed yesterday, the office will be operational by the end of the year, building on an ongoing collaboration between Embraer and the Netherlands aviation community.
Daniel Moczydlower, CEO of EmbraerX, said the company’s physical presence at this hub will help it explore technologies for new business. “Being here, we will be able to develop joint educational, research, and innovation projects that will create a vision for a greener future to mobility," he noted.
The office occupied by EmbraerX at the Aerospace Innovation Hub will enable it to tap into the “TU Delft entrepreneurial ecosystem,” including startups, test facilities, and spin-offs, as well as foster collaborations between professionals and researchers of both organizations, the company added.
“The Aerospace Innovation Hub aims to accelerate innovation in aerospace by facilitating the interaction between science and industry. Having EmbraerX present in the hub will add value to the vibrant ecosystem,” said Femke Verdegaal, director of the Aerospace Innovation Hub.