The Aerospace Technology Institute’s (ATI) Technology Strategy & Portfolio Update 2016 is available to all interested parties and can be requested by completing the following short form:
The ATI’s restricted strategy papers include individual reports covering the market opportunity outlook, four priority value streams and five priority technology and capability enablers.
The ATI has developed the technology strategy and these detailed documents for the benefit of UK aerospace, based on the contributions of individuals and organisations supporting the growth of the UK aerospace sector. This information is valuable and it is in the interests of the companies for which it is intended that the ATI takes measures to protect its distribution and use.
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