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Safeguarding vital electronics

Safeguarding vital electronics
As acknowledged by the Shield Act in the US and the recent Electric Infrastructure Security Summits, the intense electromagnetic pulse (EMP) from a single nuclear weapon detonated between 25 and 500 miles above the Earth, possibly delivered by rogue nuclear states, could disable civil and commercial infrastructures as well as defence computer and communications networks. 
18th December 2015

Keeping the Eurofighter safe during combat missions

Keeping the Eurofighter safe during combat missions
MPE, a manufacturer of EMC/EMP filters and capacitors, has supplied many thousands of EMC filters for the multi-national European military Eurofighter Typhoon aircraft. The Typhoon was introduced into operational service in 2003. Currently, the type has entered service with the Royal Air Force as well as the Austrian, German, Italian, Royal Saudi and Spanish Air Forces. 
17th December 2015

Revolutionising the aerospace industry

Revolutionising the aerospace industry
Having witnessed tremendous growth in recent years, the market for small satellites now offers a great deal of potential - particularly for small and mid-sized companies. Start-ups like Skybox, Planet-Labs and UrtheCast are already grabbing headlines with satellite fleets, investment deals and corporate acquisitions.
15th December 2015


GrammaTech & the NAVY take a SMAC at cyber security

GrammaTech has been funded by the Navy to continue its research on Scenario-Based Modeling and Checking (SMAC), an approach to defending software applications against cyber security attack, benefiting the communications, finance, logistics and other commercial industries under attack today from cyber criminals.
19th November 2015

UK space industry could be worth £40bn

The UK will miss out on the chance to capture £40bn of the global space market and an additional 100,000 jobs if Government and industry does not address the problem of restrictive regulations, barriers to investment, the growing skills shortages in engineering and science and fragmented collaboration between stakeholders, according to a new report by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers.
18th November 2015

Innovate UK highlights game-changing aerospace technologies

Innovate UK highlights game-changing aerospace technologies
  At Aerodays 2015, Europe’s flagship event for research in aeronautics and air transport, 20th to 22nd October in London, Innovate UK is promoting the best of British aerospace innovation.
21st October 2015

Artesyn's ATCA technology selected by military contractors

Artesyn Embedded Technologies has revealed that its ATCA (AdvancedTCA) technology has been selected for multiple applications in military deployments. Several U.S. DoD branches, prime contractors and system integrators have adopted ATCA for a range of centralised compute systems on board ships, aircraft or in transit cases for command and control tents.
21st October 2015

Higher rating achieved on military RF inductors

Higher rating achieved on military RF inductors
Gowanda Electronics has announced achievement of failure rate Level R on two more of its MIL-PRF-39010 RF inductor series, ER15M and ER18M, adding to the company’s series already approved to Level R, ER10M and ER17S. These four thru-hole series meet the military’s Qualified Product List (QPL) requirements for Established Reliability (ER) and address 10 different MIL-PRF-39010 slash numbers (/01 through /10).
13th October 2015


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