Every day, over 1800 engineers work side by side with customers in a wide range of sectors.
Every day, over 1800 engineers work side by side with customers in all engineering activities, helping them become more competitive.
CT will present at FEINDEF 2023 its 4.0 solutions in all areas of defense: aerospace, naval and land.Read more
We support the Cœur de Forêt NGO in its reforestation project in Madagascar.Read more
CT launches a new website reflecting the group’s international scope and its commitment to digitalization.Read more
The European A-MELIUS project moves forward in the development of a new process to design, calculate and fabricate aeronautical parts at lower cost and with sufficient structural requirements.
The European consortium formed by CT, FADA-CATEC, the Dresden University of Technology, Pulsar Photonics and Airbus (Germany) is taking important steps towards an innovative process to design, calculate and fabricate metal parts for the aeronautical industry, at a more competitive cost and improving fundamental properties such as weight, fatigue response and corrosion resistance.
CT joins the Fundación Círculo de Tecnologías para la defensa y la seguridad.Read more
Clean Sky 2’s MultiFAL project has successfully completed an automated system for joining thermoplastic fuselage shells.Read more
Halo Space successfully completes its first test flight to the stratosphere and back.
On December 7th, Halo Space, a global space tourism company, successfully completed the first test flight of its dummy capsule. The flight lasted 4 hours, and the unmanned prototype reached 37 kilometers up in the stratosphere and landed back on the ground with great precision and safety.
CT successfully moves forward on a design methodology for large aerospace components through the REMEDI project.Read more
CT makes the leap into space tourism.Read more
CT signs an agreement with the Korea Electronics Technology Institute to boost cooperation in R&D.Read more