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CAE said Tuesday it has delivered the U.S. Army's first UH-72A flight training device at Fort Rucker, Alabama, months ahead of schedule. The UH-72A FTD has a wide display powered by the CAE Medallion-600 image generator, and is fitted with a motion/vibration seat and a database comparable to government-owned systems, according to the company. “We […] More
Peter Beange, a more than 30-year defense and aerospace industry veteran, has joined Northrop Grumman as director for the company’s European commercial business unit. He will be based in London and aim to guide the organization in developing contracting, supply chain, capture and customer service strategies in the European market, Northrop said Tuesday. Andrew Tyler, […] More
QinetiQ has received a $2.9 million contract to build a baffle for the European Space Agency‘s Airbus-built Euclid space telescope. The baffle is a black cylindrical structure and is built to prevent stray light from entering into the telescope’s optics, QinetiQ said Sept. 30. ESA led the development of the Euclid mission with Thales Alenia Space Turin in an effort to probe the “dark energy“ that some […] More
Gregory Gernhardt, who formerly led an engine program for the Airbus A320, has been promoted to lead the commercial engines area at Pratt & Whitney, a division of United Technologies. In his new role, Gernhardt will will be responsible for all commercial Engines program management, sales and marketing activities, United Technologies said Thursday. “For the past five […] More
An ASDReports.com report estimates the market value for military electro-optical and infrared systems stands at about $8.38 billion and would continue to grow for the next 10 years. The business intelligence firm said Monday the sector could enjoy steady growth through 2024 due to the growing military applications of EO/IR technology. Adoption of smaller and […] More
CH2M HILL has won a contract to manage an airport runway upgrade and expansion project in Melbourne designed to meet growing demand for air travel in the populous Australian city. The company's involvement will signal the start of the Australia Pacific Airports Melbourne's runway development program, with work focusing on feasibility designs for runway widening […] More
ATK and the King Abdullah II Design and Development Bureau have partnered for base configurations of the medium AC-295 gunships for the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. Two lightweight gunships were recently delivered based on the Airbus CN-235 transport aircraft model to Jordan, said ATK. “We are extending the Kingdom's investment in the AC-235 through the […] More
The Airbus Group‘s defense and space division and Textron have teamed to bid for a future tender offer by the French government for unmanned aerial vehicle technology, C4ISR & Networks reported Thursday. Pierre Tran writes the tender is expected in the second half of 2014 for awarding in 2015, with the Airbus Textron team facing competition from Safran‘s Sagem […] More
QinetiQ will continue to help maintain hardware components the company developed for the International Space Station’s Columbus module under a contract extension through the end of this year. The company said Tuesday that it has also been working with Airbus to support the QinetiQ-developed scientific instruments for research inside the module. Airbus acts as a subcontractor and oversees replacement […] More
Saab continues to support aircraft manufacturers Airbus and Boeing by supplying composite and metal components, such as wing parts, doors and hatches under Saab’s civil aircraft production business based in Linköping, Sweden. Saab most recently signed a contract to supply the attachment structure for Airbus A350XWB-1000‘s landing flaps, the company said Sunday. The December 2013 contract extends Saab’s support […] More
Capgemini, IBM and QinetiQ have partnered with British information technology training group E-Skills to offer cybersecurity apprenticeships across the U.K., Computing.co.uk reported Thursday. Sooraj Shah writes the alliance seeks to hire and train more than 100 apprentices by this summer. Other program partners include Airbus, BT Group and Atos. “It is our goal to make […] More
ITT Corp. has added an authorized provider of aftermarket services to aerospace customers in China as the company looks to expand its global aircraft support business. An ITT-authorized service center run by Guangzhou Aircraft Maintenance and Engineering Co. will maintain ITT-made components that are installed on commercial planes, ITT said Tuesday. “This agreement with GAMECO gives […] More
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