THE Aerospace Malaysia Innovation Centre (AMIC) will collaborate with Mara Aerospace and Technologies (M-AeroTech) to lead aerospace research and technology activities at the Asia Aerospace City (AAC) in Subang.
AMIC, developed by the Malaysian Industry Government Group for High Technology, said both parties signed a memorandum of understanding on the first day of the Farnborough International Airshow in the UK on Monday.
AMIC CEO Shamsul Kamar Abu Samah said the collaboration would connect AAC with global aerospace experts, namely Airbus Group and Rolls-Royce, through its national and international research networks.
M-AeroTech will develop a conducive ecosystem to attract investment and collaboration with various aerospace original equipment manufacturers, leveraging on current government initiatives.
The research activities will be housed at the German-Malaysian Institute.