BtoB & recruitments events
Airbus’s Quality Department has developed the PERCHCAM project, whose purpose is to digitize aircraft inspections, using a camera installed on a telescopic pole and connected to a tablet computer. The length of the pole can be adjusted from 20 centimeters to 7 meters, thus enabling inspectors to work at different heights and to reach places that would otherwise be very difficult to access. This project also aims to shorten intervention times and avoid damage, to facilitate the inspection reporting process and to optimize management of the resulting data.
Sandrine Thierry, who is in charge of Flight Test Supply Chain Coordination & Distribution at Derichebourg Atis aéronautique, liaises between Airbus’s suppliers and its quality control teams. She has thus provided indispensable support throughout the entire purchasing process for digital equipment (sourcing of suppliers, quotation requests, orders, monitoring and management of delivery times, and parts management) and was recently commended and rewarded for her commitment and professionalism at the AIRBUS AWARDS 2017.
On this occasion, the whole Derichebourg Atis aéronautique team would also like to congratulate her for her involvement in the PERCHCAM project!
As part of our development in Europe, our ATS Sales team, Eric Bourin and Floriane DE COTTREAU, were pleased to represent DERICHEBOURG Atis aéronautique on October 26th for the signature of a partnership with the French Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Ireland.
On this occasion, meeting with the Ambassador of France in Ireland stephane crouzat
On 29 September, Derichebourg Atis aéronautique and its airworthiness management expert, Mr Amine Tadjadit took part in the meeting of the Advisory Board of the Aerospace Systems and Operations project (international training and innovation relating to aircraft maintenance and life cycle management) organised by IMA-University of Bordeaux and the University of Cincinnati.
This provided an opportunity for many American and French industrial partners to discuss training standards in aircraft maintenance, to ensure that universities can train engineers of tomorrow who are capable of responding to the needs of aerospace manufacturers.
DERICHEBOURG Atis aéronautique wants to congratulate its teams for their engagement in the Blade Project, their expertise and their good collaboration with our longtime client.
Stimulating team creativity, promoting an innovation and change culture, transforming ideas into projects and projects into solutions will enable DAA to create new customer services and offer added value and customer satisfaction to its industrial environment, while also developing new market possibilities.
DERICHEBOURG Atis aéronautique is proud to have participated in "BLADE" (Breakthrough Laminar Aircraft Demonstrator in Europe), a Clean Sky certified project.
By modifying the structure of the wing profile of the A340-300 (MSN001), Airbus engineers have calculated that CO2 consumption and emissions will be reduced by 5%.
Besides managing the schedules for all the parties involved, our teams oversaw all operations for this three-year project, on the Tarbes and Toulouse sites.
Our Manufacturing Engineering, Production, Logistics and Quality expertise enabled DERICHEBOURG Atis aéronautique to offer solutions and be a major player in this innovative project led by Airbus and other European partners.
Congratulations to our teams for their responsiveness and understanding of the issues related to this project.
After Rolls Royce updates their engines to increase engine power, our German subsidiary, DERICHEBOURG Atis GmbH will take care of A380 Engine removal and installation in Hamburg.
Our German team will have to remove and install 4 engines per aircraft, impacting 11 aircraft. This working party will represent a deployment of 10 Full Time Equivalent including quality inspection.
Derichebourg Atis aéronautique, in partnership with MONACAIR and NHE AERO, has been awarded a 4-year contract by the French defense ministry's integrated through-life support structure for aeronautical equipment and systems (the SIMMAD) to provide maintenance for the fleet of Fennec AS 550 helicopters at the Istres flight testing base.
The work will be carried out at MONACAIR Maintenance Center at Le Castellet.
The worldwide civil aircraft market has been estimated at 33,000 units by 2030. At Airbus, more than 6000 aircraft have already been ordered, and they are being produced at a rate of almost 500 per year. The challenge today is thus to manufacture and deliver on time with the highest possible quality. Our mission is to help manufacturers and their subcontractors produce these planes. We offer them a global range of specialised interventions on-site which are perfectly integrated into their upstream and downstream operations.
Our main advantages for achieving our mission are first that we belong to a renowned group and second that we have 17 years of experience in aeronautics with highly qualified and competent personnel, who are the source of our added value. Our expertise is in efficient organisation and tried and trusted methods and processes, while our guiding principles are commitment, responsiveness and flexibility.
Our new «Business Engineering» department and our Airbus ME3S referencing granted several months ago, have marked a new stage in our ongoing development, allowing us to offer services which are perfectly adapted to the growing needs of the aeronautical industry.
We are ready to make our expertise available for the defence and security sectors (which is why we recently joined the Midi-Pyrenees Primus Défense et Sécurité cluster), as well as for all stakeholders in the worldwide aeronautical industry who wish to take advantage of it. To do this, our industrial clout, already proven in France, Germany and Spain, with the concomitant guarantee of standard service everywhere, is a big advantage.
A new address, new facilities, a new Internet site, the first edition of this newsletter, are all proof of the dynamism of Derichebourg Atis aéronautique. This newsletter, launched on the occasion of the 2014 edition of the Aéromart fair in Toulouse (from 2 to 3 December at the Parc des Expositions de Toulouse), will henceforth be distributed regularly. This is the first time you will be seeing our new graphic Charter.