Best wishes for 2019
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Exxelia is a member of the French Fab
Exxelia is proud to be a member of La French Fab banner. La French Fab is the standard of the French industry in movement. A true unifying sign, gathering the SMEs, ETIs and large groups of the French territory. La French Fab embodies the companies and industrial sites located in France who recognize themselves in the will to develop the French industry, adhere to the concepts and values of the brand and want to wear its colors. With 6 industrial manufacturing plants in France, Exxelia shares the values of the French Fab in its desire to develop and transform French industry. Like the French Fab, Exxelia is convinced that the transformation of industry requires innovation to achieve industry 4.0. In order to achieve this objective, Exxelia has launched the development of industry 4.0 by placing digital technology at the heart of its strategy, and is currently in the deployment phase of this industry of the future which will contribute to the renewal of the French industrial ecosystem.
NASA's X-59 QueSST: Exxelia is on board
If the program lives up to its promise, it could lead to the emergence of supersonic transport aircraft capable of flying over land, without the limitations imposed on Concorde in its day. For this project, Exxelia mainly produces coils from our US sites. Our components are intended for the aircraft engine. With its elongated nose, its "humped" wings and its small scattered lifting surfaces, the X-59 is unlike any other aircraft. An exceptional configuration for exceptional capabilities. Credits: NASA It will fly at a speed of 1.5 Mach (1.5 times the speed of sound), or more than 1,800 kilometers per hour. NASA hopes that its aircraft will eventually be used in civil aviation. If the tests are successful, the X-59 QueSST could have two revolutionary effects on the U.S. and even the world's aeronautical landscape: The test aircraft could serve as inspiration for future mass-produced transport aircraft, whether airliners or business jets. The LBFD project as a whole could lead to an evolution of current aviation regulations. Rather than banning all civilian supersonic flights over the U.S., as is the case today, NASA is proposing to introduce noise-based regulation. Credits : Lockheed Martin, NASA