Communication, Dissemination & Exploitation

Communication, Dissemination & Exploitation

It is of high importance to develop an efficient communication of research results to ensure a correct impact on the industry community. Adatica and Actemium have different communication channels. 

The dissemination of the results is a fundamental activity for all the involved partners in the project.

The dissemination will be focused on informing industrial users (but also for academic institutions that provide research services to industry) on use of hybrid laminar flow control monitored through complex sensorization. The project will especially focus on opening lines of communication for the effective exchange of valuable information, emerging technologies, novel methodologies and a wide range of engineering experiences, while the consortium at the same time will disseminate the project’s results to a broad audience.

The wide range of applicability of the HLFC4.0 project results to many different industries (aeronautic but also automotive, railway, energy like Oil&gas…) and practices will be considered during their dissemination, since the different audiences targeted will be approached according to their characteristics and needs.

Some of the activities undertaken during the different phases are posted below: 

 Spring and Fall of 2023:

Participation in workshops and congresses for the Aerospace and Automation Committees – presentation of the HLFC4.0 Project and Industry 4.0 solutions.

 October 2022 and October 2023:

Presentation and focused client’s meetings during this major trade fair in Madrid.


 November 2022

Internal presentation of Industry 4.0 solutions for Actemium and Vinci Energies Innovation community. 

June 5, 2022:

    Aernnova, together with Airbus as industrial leader, and partners within Cleansky 2 (CS2) H2020 (EU 8th Framework Program), is developing ground Hybrid Laminar Flow Control (HLFC) demonstrators. There are studies within LPA (Large Passenger Aircraft) for HLFC application into empennage and wing commercial transport aircraft components. These studies aim intermediate TRL validation through ground structural and functional demonstrators.

March 24, 2021:

    The Bioengineering and Aerospace Engineering department at  University Carlos III of Madrid (UC3M) together with Aernnova Aerospace SA as part of the Clean Sky 2 programme.

January, 2019:

    The aeronautical community is aware of the environmental impact of aviation, especially when the aforementioned increase of air traffic is considered. To take responsibility, the Advisory Council for Aviation Research and innovation in Europe (ACARE), was set up by the European Commission and formulated several ambitious goals in the European Vision “Flightpath 2050”

October 20, 2022:

     The aim of the project is an application-oriented demonstration on a representative section of the wing by 2023.

November 05, 2021:

     AITIIP, en colaboración con Alchemie UK y Aernnova, ha liderado durante tres años el proyecto aeronáutico HERON, financiado por la Comisión Europea con casi un millón de euros y que ahora concluye tras desarrollar el demostrador de un ala que permitirá reducir las emisiones de CO2 de los aviones del futuro.

October 18, 2022:

Like its predecessors, the 12th EASN International Conference on "Innovation in Aviation & Space for opening New Horizons" will include a number of Plenary Talks by distinguished personalities of the European Aviation and Space sectors from the academia, industry, research community, and policy-makers. It will also include Thematic Sessions, along with Technical Workshops where innovative ideas, breakthrough concepts, and disruptive technologies will be presented and discussed with the aim to establish new research partnerships and possible synergies.

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