Arianespace took its place among the most innovative companies and technologies with its prominent participation at the “la France est innovante” (France is innovative) exhibition today.
The Arianespace launcher family of Ariane 5, Soyuz, Vega and the upcoming Ariane 6 were showcased in Tokyo, Japan on the company’s “la France est innovante” booth.
At this technology showcase in Tokyo, Japan, Arianespace featured its complete launcher family – displaying models of the current heavy-lift Ariane 5, medium-weight Soyuz and light-lift Vega vehicles, as well as the future Ariane 6 on its booth.
The company’s high-level presence was led by Chairman and CEO Stéphane Israël, who met France’s Prime Minister Manuel Valls and the French Minister of the Economy, Finance and Industry, Emmanuel Macron, as well as executives from Arianespace’s partners and customers in Japan, including B-SAT and SKY Perfect JSAT.
Also highlighting Arianespace’s activities at “la France est innovante” was Israël’s presentation of a letter of appreciation to Takashi Yabashi, CEO of B-SAT. The Arianespace Chairman and CEO underscored the confidence in the companies’ long-standing relationship – which the Japanese call “kizuna.”
Held at Japan’s Miraikan National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation, “la France est innovante” allowed leading French companies, start-ups and research centers to display advanced technologies in the areas of aerospace, environment, energy, transportation, digital, health and more.