Civil Aviation &
Urban Air Mobility (UAM)

The recent period of uncertainty has emphasized that modernizing airframe platforms, reducing fuel costs, and pushing new innovations in onboard systems are key factors for the long-term success of the aviation industry.

Bringing Systems to New Heights

Bringing Systems to New Heights

Aircraft manufacturers and their airline customers must navigate a complex set of technological, environmental, and regulatory concerns, while also tracking with the ever-changing market dynamics and end-user preferences that define their industry.

Fuel prices have historically been the single biggest expense for airlines worldwide. The only real method to reduce this inevitable cost is for aircraft to utilize smaller, more fuel-efficient engines designed to fly over longer distances. Even more, a long-term transition toward electric-powered flight will be key in maintaining sustainability and cost-effectiveness in air travel. Current initiatives, such as the More-Electric Aircraft, are already laying the groundwork for the shift to fully electric aircraft.

Autonomous flight systems have also been on the rise, with an end goal of piloting human-free flights. The industry has already begun exploring this through drones, though this milestone is still very much in its beginning stages. 

Market Offering

Market Offering

Our innovative technologies and close working relationships with leading aerospace companies are shaping the future of flight.

Civil Aviation & Urban Air Mobility (UAM)

Interplex mechanical solution supports the development of leading jet engines by supplying high-precision nickel superalloy dampers, thermal shields and various equipment operating under high-temperature environments.

As a solutions provider, Interplex has developed a cost-effective innovating production process to achieve aerospace safety requirements in a very high demanding industry.
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