INAER Spain joins with University of Alicante for R&D

INAER Spain joins with University of Alicante for R&D 11 Mar, 14, Source: INAER

This week, the University of Alicante (UA), the Alicante Science Park Foundation and INAER Spain (INAER) signed two agreements that will strengthen their collaborations in innovation, development and training. The signing ceremony, held at the rectory office, was attended by the rector of UA, Manuel Palomar, as well as the president of the Science Park Foundation, Joaquín Marhuenda, the Director of the Science Park, Aránzazu Calzada, and the Secretary General of the UA. INAER was represented by CEO Manuel López Aguilar,  Head of Innovation and Projects, José Luis Saiz , and Head of Infrastructure, Antonio Cano.

During the ceremony, Palomar stressed “the importance of counting on a sector leader such as INAER to carry out collaborative projects that enhance the portfolio of options and projects managed by the Science Park.”
Meanwhile, the CEO of INAER Manuel López Aguilar, expressed his “pride” for the agreement, which he described as “an asset to our Company, because we believe it is our duty to promote Research, Development and Innovation projects with the UA.” The Head of Innovation and Projects of INAER confirmed that “to get involved with the research groups of the UA will be an interesting line of work to develop new technologies that improve the quality of INAER’s services”.
About INAER Spain (www.inaer.com)
INAER is Spain’s leading provider of aerial emergency services and aircraft maintenance, specialising in mission critical operations such as medical emergencies, civil defence, sea and mountain search and rescue, coastal and fishing surveillance, firefighting, training and maintenance.
INAER is part of the Avincis Group, the world’s leading provider of aerial emergency services. The group’s primary missions are to save lives, protect the environment and provide safe aerial transport for people and high value goods. The Avincis Groups’s different operating companies manage a fleet of approximately 350 aircraft in Spain, Italy, France, Portugal, Ireland, Norway, Australia, Chile, Peru and the United Kingdom.

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