Sopemea looks forward to meeting you at the International Paris Air Show of Le Bourget, which will take place on 19-25 June 2017 at the Paris- Le Bourget Exhibitions Centre.

As in previous years, we will be sharing our exhibit stand with the Apave group, leading player in the aerospace industry which this year, will boast 150 years’ experience in the field of environmental risk management!

Please join us at stand N°B163 – Hall 2B,
alongside other Apave subsidiaries:

 

  • Apave aeroservices : aerospace training and consultancy services
  • A+ métrologie : multi-dimensional measuring expertise
  • BVT : technical certification of transit packaging for hazardous goods and training
  • Osac : technical inspection on civil aircraft

The Paris Air Show is an ideal venue for discussing your testing projects and discovering the support services we provide for the certification of your products. Our team will be available to discuss your qualification campaigns and advise you on the most adapted solutions.

SOPEMEA, A WIDE RANGE OF TESTS SERVING THE AEROSPACE INDUSTRY

SOPEMEA and its subsidiaries, Sopavib and Sopaval (SOPEMEA Group) offer tailor-made expertise in environment testing, test engineering and qualification consultancy services. Accredited by Cofrac, these entities are able to meet the ever-changing needs of aerospace and defence industry players. The SOPEMEA group provides clients with a full range of testing services: electromagnetic compatibility, mechanical, climatic, hydraulic, electric and GVT (Ground Vibration Training) and on-board measurements.

The group also offers maintenance services on testing facilities, training and client support with a view to the certification and compliance of their products with current standards (DO 254, 160, 178 …) and can design qualification programmes for its clients. In order to meet the requirements of aerospace industrial players both in France and abroad, SOPEMEA and ONERA signed a partnership agreement in 2016 which pools together their expertise in modal analysis