LASELEC participates in several associations, competitiveness clusters, and professional groups aiming to promote and develop industrial activity on the national and international levels.
Aerospace Valley is a non-profit company created on July 13, 2005 to boost the competitiveness of the Midi-Pyrénées & Aquitaine regions’ Aeronautics, Space, and Embedded Systems sectors on the national, European and international levels. Aerospace Valley has been certified a “Worldwide Cluster” from its inception.
Aircraft Electronics Association (AEA)
Aircraft Electronics Association (AEA): Founded in 1957, the Aircraft Electronics Association (AEA) represents more than 1,300 aviation businesses, including repair stations that specialize in maintenance, repair and installation of avionics and electronic systems in general aviation aircraft.
Helicopter Association International (HAI)
Regarded throughout the world as the voice of the helicopter industry, the HAI is a not-for-profit, professional trade association of 1,450-plus member organizations in more than 68 nations.
Since 1948, HAI has provided its membership with services that directly benefit their operations and advanced the civil helicopter industry by providing programs that enhance safety, encourage professionalism and promote the unique contributions made by helicopters to society.
Mipirail Innovation brings together about thirty manufacturers in the Midi-Pyrénées region working in the rail industry. The network encompasses more than 5,000 workers in all aspects of the sector: infrastructure, rolling stock, electronics systems, software solutions, support, test and diagnostic, maintenance and renovation.
National Business Aviation Association (NBAA)
For 60 years, the business aviation community has looked to the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) as its leader in enhancing safety and security, shaping public policy, providing world-renowned industry events, and advancing the goals of more than 7,000 Member Companies worldwide.
The main focus of this organization is to structure, promote and stimulate the opto-photonic network by providing support to companies in research, training, employment opportunities, and by enabling transfer of technology and technological intelligence.
Route des Lasers
The Route des Lasers Competitiveness Cluster has the objective of facilitating the development and dissemination of innovative technologies. These technologies include optics, lasers, laser systems/applications, metrology, imageryandinnovative physics found in industrial sectors such as aeronautics, embedded systems, health-care, vision, chemicals, agribusiness and electronics.