Daher has launched three innovation centers, covering each of its businesses: logistics (Log’in in Toulouse), aeronautical equipment manufacturing (Shap’in in Nantes) and aircraft manufacturing (Fly’in in Tarbes). These projects are supported by France Relance and BPI France, along with the Occitanie and Pays de la Loire regions.
Log’in, the acceleration platform dedicated to the logistics of the future, in the Toulouse region
At its new Corlog logistics site in Cornebarrieu near Toulouse, Daher is hosting Log’in – a research and training project accelerator serving the French industrial logistics sector. Its objective is to improve and transform the industrial logistics sector, essential for the competitiveness of companies, through an approach of open and collaborative innovation. Daher’s goal is to welcome a group of industrial players involved with the improvement of supply chains (start-ups, transportation and logistics specialists, large industrial groups, manufacturing SMEs and medium-sized companies, solution providers, etc.).
Shap’in, the tech center dedicated to the aerostructures of the future
Situated in the immediate vicinity of the Daher factory in Saint-Aignan-de-Grandlieu, the goal of Shap’in is to accelerate innovation and the rise in technological maturity of aeronautical structural elements made of advanced composites. This tech center aims to meet the technical, economic and environmental challenges of the sector, while training young talents.
Fly’in, the aircraft tech center
Located on the Daher site in Tarbes, Fly’in will be dedicated to the development of Daher’s aircraft manufacturing business. It will include a materials laboratory, rapid prototyping workshops, a mechanical test bench, systems integration benches, preparation and operation of flight tests, etc. The expected benefits are multiple in terms of innovation, technical expertise, safety and confidentiality.