Our projects

Explore cutting-edge aerospace R&T projects funded by the ATI Programme.


The ATI Programme has generated an extensive portfolio of cutting-edge projects which encompass the breadth of the UK. Project partners include SMEs, large companies, research centres and academia, reinforcing the UK’s capabilities in aerospace R&T through fostering collaboration.

Powered by SharpCloud, the interactive portfolio can be queried to deliver a tailored view, depending on what you want to explore. Our dashboard contains some pre-programmed routes into the portfolio, including projects from each of the ATI’s priority areas:

  • Vehicles
  • Propulsion & Power
  • Systems
  • Aerostructures

Headline monthly statistics of the ATI Programme are regularly updated and featured on our home page.

Featured Project


Through the ACCEL project a Rolls-Royce led consortium will design, build and flight test a high performance electric powertrain providing a unique and detailed understanding of the potential for electric flight and providing the UK with an independent and indigenous route to electric propulsion system and component understanding.

Case studies


This project targets improved productivity and operational excellence through dynamic scheduling, simulations and data analytics to predict capacity requirements and performance, visibility and traceability of components.

Blisk manufacture


The main aim was to significantly reduce manufacturing lead time and costs of blisks, developing a process to coat ceramic fibres with a metallic sheath, followed by winding and assembly.


HiPerTilt developed world-leading aerodynamic models, processes, techniques and new designs/products integral to the design and development of next generation tilt-rotorcraft in the UK.


The project aimed to mature manufacturing technologies and automate production systems to manufacture 50,000 composite fuel pipes per year.


ADAS20 is developing a prototype collision detect and avoid system to enable beyond-line-of-sight (BLOS) operating capability for remotely piloted aircraft systems (RPAS).


This project develops and proves component manufacture, assembly and equipping in a safe environment, before being applied to the production line. This reduces costs and boosts productivity by up to 30%.