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Inzpire to provide its GECO mission system to Indonesian Air Force

Inzpire to provide its GECO mission system to Indonesian Air Force
  In conjunction with its in-country partner PT Kadomas Aviasindo, Inzpire has announced that it will provide its GECO Air tablet-based mission system to Indonesia’s Air Force - the Tentara Nasional Indonesia-Angkatan Udara (TNI-AU). GECO Air will deliver enhanced situational awareness and safety benefits across a fleet of five fixed wing aircraft types.
14th September 2017

Rugged displays designed for helicopter environements

Manufacturer serving global aerospace and defence markets, Esterline is releasing a new version of its Thin eXtreme Display series.
12th September 2017

Mission Support System adaptable for all platform types

Mission Support System adaptable for all platform types
One system for the entire mission - that’s Inzpire’s vision for users of its GECO Mission Support System (MSS). GECO MSS does just this - seamlessly supporting planning, rehearsal, briefing, airborne and debriefing phases of the mission. GECO MSS recently achieved Final Operational Capability with its launch customer, the UK Joint Helicopter Command’s (JHC) Puma Force. Inzpire will be demonstrating GECO MSS at DSEI 2017.
7th September 2017


Targeted fidelity simulator to be showcased for the first time at DSEI

Targeted fidelity simulator to be showcased for the first time at DSEI
  A solution to modern flying training needs will be showcased for the first time at DSEI 2017 which takes place at ExCeL, London from 12th-15th September, by Inzpire.
5th September 2017

Russian Helicopters ready for delivery of Ka-27M helicopters

Russian Helicopters ready for delivery of Ka-27M helicopters
  The 'Russian Helicopters' holding (part of Rostec State Corporation) is ready for serial delivery of modernised multirole Ka-27M helicopters for the Russian Naval Aviation. The first machine has already passed through the whole set of factory tests.
24th August 2017

Combat rescue helicopter completes technical readiness level

Combat rescue helicopter completes technical readiness level
A critical component of Lockheed Martin’s Tactical Mission System for the US Air Force Combat Rescue Helicopter (CRH), the AN/APR-52 Radar Warning Receiver (RWR), recently achieved Technical Readiness Level (TRL) 6 assessment following a successful demonstration at the US Air Force Integrated Demonstrations and Applications Laboratory at Wright Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio.
17th August 2017

Russian Helicopters to test Ka-226T in Iran

Russian Helicopters to test Ka-226T in Iran
  The Russian Helicopters Holding Company and the Iran Helicopters Support and Renewal Company (IHSRC) will test the light utility helicopter Ka-226T for its usability at extremely high temperatures.
15th August 2017

Team discovers comet with aid of amateur astronomer

Team discovers comet with aid of amateur astronomer
Carnegie's Benjamin Shappee is part of a team of scientists, including an Australian amateur astronomer, which discovered a new comet last week. Called the All Sky Automated Survey for Supernovae (ASAS-SN), the international collaboration, which is headquartered at the Ohio State University, uses a network of eight 14-centimeter telescopes around the world to scan the visible sky every two or three nights looking for very bright supernovae.
31st July 2017

Attack helicopter to take part in the MAKS 2017 summer programme

Attack helicopter to take part in the MAKS 2017 summer programme
  The Mi-28NE attack helicopter produced at the Rostvertol Plant of Russian Helicopters (part of State Corporation Rostec) will take part in the summer programme of the International Aviation and Space Salon MAKS 2017 for the first time.
27th July 2017

Owls’ wings inspire quieter wind turbines

Owls’ wings inspire quieter wind turbines
A new study has revealed how inspiration from owls’ wings could allow aircraft and wind turbines to become quieter. Researchers from Japan and China studied the serrations in the leading edge of owls’ wings, gaining new insight into how they work to make the birds’ flight silent. Their results, published in the journal Bioinspiration and Biomimetics, point towards potential mechanisms for noise suppression in wind turbines, aircraft, multi-rotor drones and other machines.
5th July 2017


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Defence Communications 2017
26th September 2017
Poland Krakow
Military Airlift 2017
26th September 2017
United Kingdom London
Defence Exports 2017
27th September 2017
Italy Rome
Naval Damage Control 2017
3rd October 2017
United Kingdom Portsmouth
Combat Helicopter 2017
17th October 2017
Poland Krakow