The DCNS Research teams have just moved in to their new facilities on “
Andréas Loewenstein, Executive Vice President for Strategy, Partnerships and Innovation at DCNS, declared: “this concentration of resources combined with the colocalisation of a dozen or so other industrial, academic and research actors will foster research opportunities and synergies. A major advantage for accelerating DCNS’s development on the international stage.”
DCNS is convinced of the power of collaborative research. This is why, within
The Group aims at continuously developing its technologies, major factors of satisfaction for its clients and a way of differentiating itself from its competitors. The re-location of about 150 DCNS collaborators to
It is crucial for DCNS to foster and boost the development of innovations that can irrigate both the civil and military realms and the naval industry as in the emerging and promising area of marine renewable energies.
Launch of the DCNS innovations “workshop”: DCNS Innovation booster
During the inauguration of
Additive manufacturing will be the first project to be carried out by this entity. The work lead by DCNS on additive manufacturing together with its partners must allow the production of complex-geometry parts using 3D printing, and for which the supply lead times must be shortened by dividing the production time and at the same time reducing risk and significantly reducing cost.