The Aerospace Technology Institute’s mission to transform aerospace through technology and innovation is critical to our sector achieving Net Zero 2050.
As we approach our ten year anniversary we are committed to sharing information about what the ATI is doing in support of those objectives. On this section of our website you can find data showing where our funding has been invested, how it supports the wider ecosystem and the technology development that has been achieved. You can also find the commitments we have made towards making a positive impact on our environment and our company culture.
We will regularly update this page to showcase the impact of the ATI Programme and that of our other projects and initiatives.
We work to fulfil our mission by focusing on four strategic priorities: achieving economic impact, delivering the best technology, strengthening the ecosystem and driving innovation.
We have produced a summary demonstrating how the ATI has made impact in these areas over our most recent financial year (October 2022 – September 2023). Going forward, this report will be updated after each round of grant funding is awarded to successful projects.
It includes an overview of ATI Programme investment to date, with a forecast of the funding headroom within the ATI Programme to financial year 2027/28. It also highlights some of the ATI-supported projects which have demonstrated significant achievements and how we are strengthening the UK ecosystem through targeted support for innovators.
The Hydrogen Capability Network is consolidating requirements for hydrogen in aerospace and has convened a network of experts to tackle some of the challenges.
A joint report with PwC providing an overview of the funding landscape in aerospace, highlighting opportunities for private investment to capitalise on the growth potential of Net Zero.
The ATI Hub has made an impact through delivering tailored innovation support for startups and SMEs. Visit our ATI Hub page to find out more.
Below you can find some of the commitments we have made as an organisation to further our understanding of issues which affect the aerospace community and improve our offering to our stakeholders, employees and delivery partners.
Being part of Race To Zero is a sign of the ATI’s commitment to showing leadership on decarbonisation. We are excited to be part of this global movement and to play our part in building momentum towards a sustainable world.
Becoming a signatory of the WIAA Charter underlines our commitment to support a balanced and fair industry. This includes making the ATI an inclusive environment where everyone can achieve their potential and the guidance of the WIAA Charter will support us in taking practical steps toward this as part of our wider work on diversity and inclusion.
We are committed to sharing as much information with you as we can, so please let us know what else you would like to see in future.