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Airbus Quantum Computing Challenge

Airbus is launching a global competition in quantum computing, challenging experts and enthusiasts in the field to join forces with the company for a Quantum Era in aerospace.

Tech challenges & competitions

Each year, Airbus participates in +50 tech challenges and competitions from around the world. Our aim is to achieve disruptive growth by tapping into bright minds who are ready to solve real-world problems with a technology-based product that keeps the end user in mind.

AIGym

AIGym is an online platform that presents Airbus-specific challenges to be solved with artificial intelligence (AI). Each challenge describes a real business problem Airbus faces, and explores how artificial intelligence and machine learning can provide solutions.

Air Race E

Air Race E will become the world’s first all-electric airplane race when it launches its inaugural series of international races in 2020. Led by world-leading air racing promoter Jeff Zaltman, the race is set to revolutionise air racing and to pioneer innovations in electric aviation. Airbus is the Official Founding Partner of Air Race E.

Fly Your Ideas competition

Fly Your Ideas inspires student innovation for the future of aeronautics.

Open innovation

The future of flight is electric, autonomous and connected. We partner with the outside world to translate innovative ideas into aerospace breakthroughs more quickly than ever before. The way we work with our partners is open and agile. This is our approach to accelerating innovation.

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Encouraging innovation and supporting the defence industry with start-up collaboration

Airbus launches quantum computing challenge to transform the aircraft lifecycle

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