During his visit, the Executive Armaments Officer and his technical director could appreciate the excellence and diversity of ENSTA Bretagne’s fields of excellence and its relations with the world of defense and hi-tech companies.
The cutting edge programs research equipment and training in pyrotechnics, naval design, mechanical modeling, information technologies, robotics and cyber security were presented in detail.
The rapid growth of the school and its significant contribution to defense innovation were illustrated throughout the visit.
The DGA plans and manages major armament programs. It is the leading State investor: 12.5 billion Euros of defense contracts in 2017, 765 million Euros on research and innovation, 18 sites in France. The DGA is also the supervisor of 4 graduate engineering schools: the Ecole Polytechnique, ENSTA Paris, ENSTA Bretagne and ISAE-Supaero.
Reception of the Executive Armaments Officer by the IETA students
Presentation of Naval Architecture in the Research Institute
Presentation of Materials and Structures Research (IRDL Laboratory)
Presentation of the test tank, Robotics and Environment Observation Research (Lab-Sticc
Reception of Joël Barre, Executive Armaments Officer (in the center ground, 4th position) and François Coté, Technical Director of the DGA (to the left), by Pascal Pinot, Director of ENSTA Bretagne (in the center ground 5th position), Yann Doutreleau, Scientific Director of ENSTA Bretagne (to the right) and the student representatives.