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Maeve Aerospace Adopts Siemens Xcelerator for Development of Next Generation All-Electric, Zero Emissions Commuter Aircraft

Issue 19 - 2023
Maeve Aerospace Adopts Siemens Xcelerator for Development of Next Generation All-Electric, Zero Emissions Commuter Aircraft

Siemens Digital Industries Software announced Maeve Aerospace B.V. has adopted the Siemens Xcelerator portfolio of industry software and services to aid in the development of Maeve 01 – its next-generation, zero emissions all-electric passenger aircraft. Unveiled at the Paris Air Show, Maeve 01 enables 44+ passengers to travel in a range of 250nmi with zero emissions.

Maeve’s mission is to transform regional air mobility, guided by a commitment to mitigate environmental impact. With its all-new electric aircraft design, Maeve is aiming to significantly decrease emissions and energy consumption while improving the aviation industry's economic and social prosperity, building a sustainable future that contributes to a healthier planet for future generations. 

Through their shared passion and dedication, Maeve’s growing team of aviation experts is pioneering the path towards zero emission flights. Recently, Maeve Aerospace received a global interest from investors including a conditional investment of €17.5 million co-investment from the European Innovation Council and over €2,5 million in Dutch grants.

“Maeve's experienced aviation team having the Siemens Xcelerator portfolio of design and simulation tools in their toolbox has given us the perfect opportunity to take our electric aircraft design to the next level,” said Joost Dieben, Co-Founder and Chief Commercial Officer, Maeve Aerospace. “Maeve is empowered with these tools and Siemens’ expertise has helped us to get one step closer to zero-emission aviation. Together with Siemens, we’ve been able to accelerate our development process to be able to start flying before 2030."


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