From R&D to manufacturing, Nalys engineers share their passions on many technological challenges for various customers. Have a look on our work to find out how…
“Material & composite is becoming one of the main problematic in aerospace industry. Lighter, stronger, immune to corrosion… There are many advantages in using composite material but it also implies to have a creative mind-set (especially when it comes to testing or stress engineering). Working on material problematic is the promise that every day will bring new challenges to face and occasions to work on stunning strategies…”
“Being a stress engineer means taking decisions by accomplishing the high specific requirements of the aerospace field. It gives me the opportunity of exchanging information with a large number of departments involved. It’s interesting to face new challenges, for example using composite materials, fatigue aspects… towards a better aircraft performance.”
“Electronic & power supply is at the heart of sectors such as aeronautic, aerospace or defence. The interesting part of working in such a field is the transversal role that comes with electronics development. It offers good occasions to work on stunning projects and to share a lot of good experiences.”
“Embedded software development and testing is for me the opportunity to work in environments in which team work, quality, methods & tools are key to success.
It is a fantastic domain in which we always look for new solutions, optimisation and innovative ways to do things.”
“Working on safety issues offers interesting challenges from a technological point of view. Achieve objectives and reach the required performances means having a global view on project and taking the right decisions to accomplish high specific requirements. It is also the occasion to work with a large number of departments and to share experience with a lot of different co-workers.”
“Being part of the industrialisation process is very motivating for me. It’s a feeling of creating something, participating in its evolution and seeing it take shape.
Also, the process optimization which of an under development project is really challenging and gives the opportunity to strive for perfection. To sum it up: the development of a product is like giving birth to a child, ensuring it’s healthy and following its evolution”
Pierre – Manufacturing expert
“For me, project management is the opportunity to work on very different subjects, with very different teams, in very different environments.
The methodological framework and tools that support the work have to be always adapted to these variables.
By always renewing my approach, I keep improving myself and this constant improvement is what is pulling me forward.”
Sébastien – Project management expert