The graphene specialist will attend the National Aerospace Technology Exploitation Programme (NATEP) showcase event to present the results of the two projects.
In partnership with Coventive Composites, Applied Graphene has been developing composites for the NEAT project where graphene is being used to improve the fire, smoke and toxicity performance of aircraft interiors.
This has now reached the stage of discussions with aircraft manufacturers on demonstrator applications.
AGM is also part of a group that includes GKN Aerospace that is working on composite tooling for aerospace structures to lower manufacturing costs and improve performance.
Adrian Potts, Applied Graphene’s chief executive, said the two projects represented major technical successes, both in the safety-critical composites interiors market and composite tool technology.
“Pushing the barriers of materials performance through the use of graphene is what AGM is all about and we see significant opportunity in the interiors materials market.”