The LASSENA is an evolution of the GRNA research group that Professor Landry began in 1999 (under the name GRN). Thus, the LASSENA benefits of 13 years of experience and existence of GRNA in the areas of navigation and avionics (team of students, publications, physical infrastructure, website, etc.)..
The École de technologie supérieure in Montreal established AÉROÉTS, an organization that aims to represent, promote and strengthen the teaching and research of ETS in the aerospace sector.
AÉROÉTS aims to become the leading provider of highly qualified personnel in both technological leadership skills. AÉROÉTS also wants to position ETS nationally and internationally as a world-class school offering a comprehensive and integrated program in this area.
The LACIME (Laboratoire de communications et d’intégrations de la microélectronique) represents a gathering of professors doing research in the fields of communication and microelectronic. They exploit especially the complementarities of those two domains pursuing fundamental as well as applied researches.
The LARCASE (Laboratoire de recherche en commande active, avionique et en aéroservoélasticité) laboratory focuses their activities in the field of commands, avionic and aero elasticity for aeronautical applications.