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  1. INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION 27th September 2011 Johann BOUCHER

  2. Pégase Cluster Introduction 27th september 2011

  3. Aerospace Industry in PACA • first industry in the region • €4B turnover • 35 000 jobs • 250 companies • 180 SMEs • 8 « BigPlayers » (4 Pegasefounders) • 1700 researchers • 13 R&D labs • 13 engineersschools • 8 trials centers • 30% of the regional R&D

  4. PÉGASE, one of the 3 french Aerospace clusters Ile de France Engines General aircrafts Tripôle alliance Midi-Pyrénées-Aquitaine Industrialprocesses Embedded systems PACA New aircrafts for new usages May 2006 : PegasePACA March 2007: PRIDESRegionalaward July 2007:Pôle de compétitivitéState award

  5. Key Actors and Founders Founded in May 2006 by 13 actors, Pégase bringstogethertodaymore than 280 actors TECHNOPLUS ARTERES

  6. Breakdown of Pegasemembers 3% 21% 52% 24%

  7. Airspace Industry in Provence French Riviera • Advantages • Two world leaders headquarters • Direct access to global market • 2 National Research Centers : • ONERA, INRIA 8 World class unique trial centers - Network of SME 24 Prime/OEM

  8. PEGASE cluster Labs and universities Industrials Joint and sharedambition Research 1- Innovation support 2- Companygrowth support

  9. New aircrafts for new usages FOCUS imagine and implement new ways towardgrowth of companies to create 10 000 additional jobs Observation, security, protection, new type of transportation, new way to operateteleco’s Exemples : • helicopter for hostile areas • minidrone for buildings inspection • airships for heavyload transportation • electricitypowered light aircraft

  10. Pégase in short… A network organised to innovate Key technologies for strongdifferentiation Materials and processes Green techs Control command Use labs Sensors and imaging Humanbehavior ans complexsystems ICT for operations Trials and simulation New aircrafts UAV / Drones Helicopters Ultra-light Airships Satellites and stratosphericaircrafts New concepts Airport of the future + = Grounded by stronghelicopter and satellite industries, Pegaseaims to design and implement new generation of aircraftstoward new missions and new usages

  11. Road Map approach to draw the future Tomorrow A flyingvessel for high speed and lowcostsea transportation Road map example Origin • An up to date aircraft • Lowconsumption Ekranoplane russe • to increase the portance • reduction of the traileffect Flyingfish technologies …

  12. A new century for growth • 1910First seaplanetake off La Mède by HENRI FABRE • 1917 Istres airbase and air school, 5km runway • 1920 Usines ROMANO in Cannes La Bocca • 1930 ALFAVIA in Gap Tallard • 1935 Militaryschool in Salon [« la patrouille de France » ] • 1949 construction of VAMPIRE hunters • 1956 SUD AVIATION manufactures the « Caravelle » • 1959 SEREB, Balistics rockets • 1961 DIAMANT rocket • 1977 1rst METEOSAT • 1990 HUYGENS to tackle TITAN • 1991 TIGRE helicopter • 1992 EUROCOPTER Headquarter in Marignane • 2007 Jean-Louis Etienne assembles itsballoon New aircrafts Air services New applications for current aircrafts Trend of airspace industry + 12% before crisis Still growing at 6-8% 2020 1910 2008

  13. How Pegasecreatesgrowth ?

  14. Strategicapproach competitiveness of the value chain and not onlyfrom one actor

  15. BoostSME’s SME University (U.PMO): training and coaching program with business schools

  16. Create the mostcompetitiveecosystem 27th september 2011

  17. Innovation : le Top 10 des pôles de compétitivité exportateurs 22/01/2010 Ce ne sont pas forcément les pôles de compétitivité mondiaux qui connaissent les plus forts taux d’exportation de leurs entreprises membres. C’est ce qui ressort d’un classement publié à l’occasion d’un colloque organisé hier à Bercy sur le développement international des pôles de compétitivité. Ce classement, réalisé sur l’année 2008, par la société CEIS (Compagnie européenne d’intelligence stratégique) place ainsi dans le Top 10 des pôles les plus exportateurs seulement deux pôles mondiaux ou à vocation mondiale : Lyon Biopole (lutte contre les maladies infectieuses, 1er) et Alsace Biovalley (sciences de la vie et de la santé, 6ème). Le pôle Arve Industries (mécanique de précision) se classe deuxième et en numéro trois vient le pôle Techtera (textiles techniques et fonctionnels). Viennent ensuite les pôles IDforCar (automobile haut de gamme, 4ème), Plastipolis (plasturgie, 5ème), Véhicule du futur (7ème), Pegase(aéronautique et spatial, 8ème), PASS (parfums, 9ème), et Optitec (optique et photonique, 10ème).

  18. 2 strategic business units and 4 value chains Transport Observation Communication

  19. « Pégase Trading » organisation of Industrial & trading-posts 4 PHASES Development approach

  20. The Pegase « trading-post » model

  21. Large Bunch of balancedcooperations

  22. Cooperation model 1: EC/TAS supplychain ProvenceSMEs go straight to market or groupedwith local SMEs for largerWorking Package (WP) Cross fertilization Knowledge transfer

  23. Cooperation model 2 : Solution approachfor tech engineering, software, small OEM UAV’s Ultralight Electricitypoweredaircrafts On-Line services IFE (entertainment) Embedded systems

  24. Cooperation Model 3: sales and consulting

  25. Cooperation Model 4: new projects Stratosphericaircrafts : satellite like Heavyloadairships Mini-UAV’s : aircraft, vision, robotic, power mgt, data link, image & sceneanalysis…

  26. Conclusion

  27. Contacts to go further • Pôle Pégase Jean-François Boisson + 33 (0)6.74.98.47.06 International cooperation's & enterprise development jean-francois.boisson@pole-pegase.com Johann Boucher + 33 (0)7.87.02.37.40 International Business Development johann.boucher@pole-pegase.com

  28. THANKS FOR YOUR ATTENTION