Work has started on the brand-new £65 million research facility for digital aviation at Cranfield University with support from the Birmingham office of built environment consultancy Curtins. The new Digital Aviation Research and Technology Centre (DARTeC) will develop ways for aircraft to monitor, test and upgrade their own systems and structures, as well as looking at the future of the passenger experience from airport through to flight. Curtins has extensive experience working within the higher education sector and is providing structural, civil and geo-environmental services for the project. The team’s main focus has been on the creation of a large
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