The first project, called APOLLO, looks for turboprop wings manufacturing through logistics optimization and online development. A project led by the Bahia de Cadiz Center of Airbus Defence and Space, in which Titania will manufacture composite parts out of autoclave material.

The other Innterconecta project, AIR-UNION, counts on Airbus Illescas has core partner and the Spanish companies Carbures and Aerosertec. With a budget of €3,482,157, it focuses on developing robust procedures in glued processes and carbon fiber repairs. Titania investigates new methods of surface activation based on laser processing.

Thanks to APOLLO and AIR-UNION, which have a deadline of two years, Titania advances in its strategy to become a reference center for the R&D tractor aerospace companies.