For third consecutive year, SENER has participated in the 2015 edition of the ASNE Day, the yearly Congress and Exhibition, organized by the American Society of Naval Engineers from the United States. The event gathers a good number of the most relevant naval shipyards and companies around, all from the United States, that want to learn about the news in the naval shipbuilding industry, both in the technical presentations and in the exhibition area, where SENER had a stand.... [+]
Projects and programs
SENER currently has patents in different countries and is participating in R&D projects, some of which fall within regional, national and European innovation programs.
SENER’s patents cover all of the company’s business areas, from satellite-based multimedia communication systems and crosswind protection systems for high-speed trains, to noise reduction conduits for static components of aeronautical engines, a docking system for spacecraft and a molten salt central receiver for solar power plants, along with numerous innovations in the field of thermosolar power and techniques for the design and analysis of virtual prototypes for the marine industry.
Of the numerous R&D&I projects that SENER has carried out since its creation in 1956, highlights include the thermosolar power plants and their associated technology; the FORAN System for ship design and construction which has been at the forefront of naval technology for over 50 years; the EJ200 engine for the Eurofighter Typhoon European combat aircraft, which gave rise to the company ITP; Aerotraviesa®, which minimizes the effect of flying ballast on high-speed lines; and treatment plants for municipal solid waste.
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This new laboratory is inaugurated on 25 November 2009 at Intexter, the textiles laboratory at the UPC campus in Terrassa, as a result of collaboration with the UPC Department of Materials, the UPC School of Industrial and Aeronautical Engineering (ETSEIAT), the SENER engineering company and the CTAE Aerospace Research and Technology Centre. The laboratory will be used for student hands-on training, research on advanced composite materials and manufacturing processes, especially for aeronautic applications.... [+]
The helicopters will be able to operate without restriction in controlled military and civilian airspaces, in compliance with the requirement of new regulations, as well as giving them self-protection and defence systems that will allow them to be deployed in multinational missions with a low-medium threat level. ... [+]
With this facility, the world's three main space agencies, ESA, Roscosmos and NASA, all have MARES training models for on-land training of astronauts before flying to the ISS, where the definitive system is installed.... [+]