The «campus des métiers et des qualifications de l'industrie du futur» set in the heart of South-Western France's «mecanic vallée», is a network of partners proposing a wide range of vocational, technological and general training for the needs of industry. This can take the form of secondary school education or higher education - whether it is an initial qualification or ongoing training.

Technische Universität Braunschweig (TUBS) is a german university with a technical background and employs approximately 1,500 people in the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering which works on many projects for training and the qualifications for workers and students.

Aitiip Technology Centre (Spain), coordinator and expert in R+D and automatization of production processes and robotics. Aitiip is also involved in different training projects.


The Automotive Cluster of Aragon (CAAR) is a Spanish cluster-type association that is mainly devoted to encourage companies in the automotive sector of Aragon to cooperate and collaborate in projects and foster human capital in the automotive sector in Aragon as well as to promote the use of new technologies.


Mecanic Vallée (MV), a French cluster of manufacturers, federates an interregional network of prime manufacturers and subcontractors in the mechanical sector, including automotive.