Réseau régional européen de l'aéronautique et de la défense (Adriane)
1997, Brussels (Belgium). Registered in accordance with Belgian law.
Encourage cooperation among maritime regions in matters of common interest, including close cooperation with other regional bodies; promote regional interests in the aerospace and defence industry so as to speak with a single voice in contributing to European Union maritime policy, thus reinforcing competitivity and prosperity; safeguard the interests of individuals concerned with the industry; encourage links between regional aeronautical and defence interests and governmental and EU institutions; maintain close cooperation with other groups representing such interests; promote exchange of experience and the setting up of regional networks among aeronautical and defence bodies and other regional industrial, scientific and public bodies in the areas of research, training and technological development; widen the aeronautical dimension of EU programmes; encourage national and European policies and measures leading to improved use, safety and protection of the environment, to improved regional prosperity and to ensuring the technological basis of future development; support regional, national and/or EU efforts to establish a European maritime database accessible to the regions, to national and EU authorities and to the aerospace and defence industries; identify and promote development of research and academic centres qualified to improve technological and scientific aerospace and defence infrastructure in the regions.Available with paid subscription only.
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- Transportation, Telecommunications
- Aerospace, Space
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