The aeronautics, space and defence sectors are real drivers of global innovation.
The key challenge for these sectors is to innovate and develop the necessary technologies while also meeting high production rates.

Space travel and tourism, resource exploration and management are challenges humanity must meet by devising technologies to take us all further.


Deadlines and innovation: the sector’s new drivers.


The Aeronautical Industry’s order books represent 7 to 8 years of production.

67 %

Leaders of the Aerospace and Defence sector say they have already implemented artificial intelligence within their companies.

400 000

parameters are permanently saved by an A350, representing 250 GB of data per flight.

-50 %

The International Civil Aviation Organization aims to achieve a 50% reduction in CO2 emissions by 2050.

The three major trends

The aviation sector is facing 3 major industrial trends, which are transforming the way we design, manufacture and fly. The advent of new disruptive technologies in product design, the digitalisation and evolution of on-board electronics and the globalisation of industrial patterns.

Traffic is increasing and diversifying

By 2050, air traffic is expected to increase eightfold, with 16 billion passengers per year. In addition, the arrival of VTOLs (vertical take-off and landing aircraft) in the coming years will completely transform the commercial flight sector, with an estimated market of $500 billion.

Onboard ground intelligence

The digitalisation of on-board technologies increases safety on board and on the ground, notably through the automation of flight functions, the traceability of parts and the exploitation of AI and data.


  • Specifications / Requirements
  • Design
  • Modelling
  • Digital Simulation
  • Development (mechanics, electronics, software, etc.)
  • IVVQ (Integration Validation Verification Qualification)
  • Production – Assembly – Methods – Tools
  • New product industrialisation
  • Definition and improvement of processes and standards
  • Creation of manufacturing files and definition of the necessary equipment.
  • Industrial IT Automation
  • Quality: Project / Product / Process / Standards
  • Project management: planning, risk monitoring,
  • Quality/Cost/Deadline compliance
  • Purchasing
  • Supply chain: supply, storage
  • Planning, flow optimisation



At Abylsen, we move forward with passion and efficiency to develop ingenious solutions to our clients’ operational challenges and meet their performance requirements.


We are constantly looking for the best talent to strengthen our Business Expertise.
Evolving within the Abylsen Group means benefiting from a changing and empowering environment.
This freedom is the guarantee for each employee to give their best and to thrive in their projects, their career and within their own team.

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