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Accurate satellite navigation as Project Galileo goes live

Accurate satellite navigation as Project Galileo goes live
Radio frequency components from HUBER+SUHNER have been supplied to Project Galileo, a joint initiative of the EU and European Space Agency (ESA), which has recently gone live.
22nd December 2016

3D city models and satellite-guided ground movement maps

3D city models and satellite-guided ground movement maps
The project "Smart District Data Infrastructure – Intelligent 3D City Models" by the Chair of Geoinformatics at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) has been selected as one of the 100 award winners in the "Landmarks in the Land of Ideas" competition. The project "Satellite Guided Ground-Movement Map for Germany," with the participation of the Chair of Remote Sensing Technology, was also among the award recipients.
17th November 2016

Managing information at the highest security level

The proprietary case management software, iipax, has been delivered to a major authority within the defence and security sector as part of an agreement with Ida Infront, a subsidiary to Addnode Group.
30th September 2016


e2v & GaN Systems form global alliance

A master supply agreement between e2v and GaN Systems establishes e2v as the global supplier of GaN Systems’ 100V and 650V hi-rel GaN transistor products and customer care for the A&D market.
28th September 2016

Original solution for defence system failures

Original solution for defence system failures
Military vehicles are being kept in the field by reverse engineering obsolescent parts when they reach the point of failure, by a UK hydraulics manufacturer. Midlands-based MGR Fluid Power has the capacity and expertise to take an obsolescent hydraulic component from a military vehicle and either make a new component to print if the existing designs are still available, or completely reverse engineer a new part from the existing component.
24th August 2016

MoD fund to advance weapons innovation

MoD fund to advance weapons innovation
The Ministry of Defence (MoD) has set-up the Innovation and Research Insights Unit (or IRIS for short), to potentially plough up to £800m over the next ten years into emerging defence technologies.
19th August 2016

Companies sign contract at Farnborough Airshow

Companies sign contract at Farnborough Airshow
TMD Technologies and LIG Nex1 have been working in partnership for over ten years. A contract signed in July at the Farnborough International Airshow covers supply of Travelling Wave Tubes (TWTs). A TWT is a specialized vacuum tube that is used in electronics to amplify RF signals in the microwave range. These will be incorporated into the Korean company’s missile programme, with the contract value of £5m. 
20th July 2016

Turning technology into ploughshares

Through its technology transfer business, Ploughshare Innovations, the UK’s Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) is making a significant contribution to the development of cutting edge aerospace technologies. Invariably these have multiple military and civil applications. Of particular significance are:
14th July 2016

World’s largest aerospace company uses advanced security technologies

World’s largest aerospace company uses advanced security technologies
  Rambus have announced that its Cryptography Research Division and The Boeing Company have signed a license agreement for the inclusion of advanced Differential Power Analysis (DPA) countermeasures in Boeing products. 
14th July 2016

New demonstration for aerospace and defence industry

New demonstration for aerospace and defence industry
Event vehicles at the Farnborough International Airshow will be fitted with connected devices in field trial of real-time outdoor asset management solution.
11th July 2016


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