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12 Composites Innovators to receive a JEC Innovation Award in Seoul next November 15, 2018

23 Oct 2018
Twelve companies from eight different countries will receive a JEC Innovation Award at JEC Asia 2018. Asia-Pacific is an innovative region that sets the tone for all other regions of the globe. Once again, the JEC Innovation Awards highlight how composites bring solutions considering the new challenges in terms of efficiency, sustainability and life-cycle analysis.

This year, JEC Group awards innovations in the following categories: aerospace (structural and tooling), automotive, commercial vehicles, e-mobility, marine, railway, sports & leisure, infrastructure & civil engineering, industrial equipment, sustainability and additive manufacturing.

The ceremony will take place on Thursday November 15, 2018 at the COEX Center of Seoul (South Korea). Ida DAUSSY (Seo Hye-na), will host the ceremony in front of officials, manufacturers, scientists and composites professionals.

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The JEC Innovation Awards are sponsored by

Action Composites   Kolon

 

JEC Asia Innovation Awards : The 12 Winners

  • AEROSPACE - STRUCTURAL - CSIR National Aerospace Laboratories (India)
    Innovative skin-ribs cocured engine bay door

  • AEROSPACE - TOOLING - Ascent Aerospace - Coast Composites (USA)
    HyVarC® Hybrid Invar / Composite Layup Molds

  • AUTOMOTIVE - Action Composites (China)
    Mass production CFRP Stabilizers and Droplinks

  • COMMERCIAL VEHICLES - Kolon Industries (South Korea)
    Smart Hybrid Composite Leaf Spring for Vehicles

  • E-MOBILITY - Daimler AG (Germany)
    Vehicle Integrated Inductive Charging

  • MARINE - Loiretech (France)
    FABHELI : Composite Propeller

  • RAILWAY - Saertex GmbH & Co (Germany)
    Breakthrough in railways: the renovation of the ICE

  • SPORTS & LEISURE - DYETEC Institute (Korea Dyeing and Finishing Technology Institute) (South Korea)
    Innovative CFRP manufacturing method for lightweight and high stiffness drone structures using graphene oxide (GO)

  • INFRASTRUCTURE & CIVIL ENGINEERING - Centre for Future Materials (Australia)
    Easy fit and self-locking composite jacket

  • INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT - Composite Technology Center Stade - An Airbus Company (Germany)
    High-Performance Lightweight Robot Gripper System

  • SUSTAINABILITY - Premium Aerotec GmbH (Germany)
    Recycling AFP residual tape with Patch Placement

  • ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING - e-Xstream Engineering (Luxembourg)
    Digimat for Additive Manufacturing

 

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