A brand new NLR or the new NLR brand?

In the 90+ years we are a global player in aerospace, we always adapted to the changes in the world we live in. Even more we often actively contributed to these changes. Something you might expect from an organisation dealing in innovations. We also changed a lot in the way we operate. Now we feel the need to express this in the way we present ourselves. As you may have noticed we just changed our logo and name: as of now we are the ‘Netherlands Aerospace Centre’. And there’s more to come. In the next months you will come across more and more expressions of changes in our corporate identity, underscoring that we are an innovative, practical and involved organisation. We hope and trust you’ll like them.

NLR News

NLR and AeroMath offer new training course for cheaper and quicker qualification of helicopter landings on ships

Together with Dutch company AeroMath, NLR-Netherlands Aerospace Centre has developed a training course about their innovative qualification methodology for helicopter landings on ships. Thanks to this method, the costs of and time spent on the qualification programme can be reduced … Continue reading

NLR stoel van composiet op Amsterdamse expositie

De NLR design stoel die gemaakt is in NLR?s hypermoderne Pilot Plant voor composiet, wordt komend weekend gepresenteerd op een Amsterdamse expositie. De presentatie van de design stoel vindt plaats van 29 september tot 4 oktober op de Design Circle … Continue reading

NLR at Helitech

NLR will be present at the International Helicopter Expo & Conference from 6-8 October in London, UK, booth D17. NLR-Netherlands Aerospace Centre is one of the world key players in developing innovative aerospace services and products. With our unique expertise … Continue reading

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