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IoT in aerospace – making it fly

IoT in aerospace – making it fly
The Internet of Things (IoT) is playing an increasingly integral role in just about every industry out there. And, as I found out from Anes Hodzic, Head of Digital Transformation at Airbus, the aerospace sector is no different as he explained how the IoT is helping to reshape the company’s business strategy.
1st August 2019

The emerging threat of IEMI in non-defence sectors

The emerging threat of IEMI in non-defence sectors
During the past five years intentional electromagnetic interference (IEMI) has emerged as a credible and increasingly likely threat to commercial and defence facilities alike, with a potentially crippling cost to individual organisations of such a localised attack. Paul Currie, Director of MPE, explains.
21st May 2019

Phone app assists blind passengers at Gatwick

Phone app assists blind passengers at Gatwick
Blind and visually impaired passengers at Gatwick can now call a professionally trained agent 24 hours a day who will, by using the camera on the passenger’s mobile phone, guide them through the airport, help them read documents or flight information, shop or even find their bag on the luggage carousel.
29th April 2019


Commercial aerospace solutions highlighted at Aircraft Interiors Expo

Commercial aerospace solutions highlighted at Aircraft Interiors Expo
  ITT's Enidine, Cannon and Aerospace Controls brands will showcase their comprehensive portfolio of proven technologies for aircraft interior and cabin solutions at the Aircraft Interiors Expo, 2nd-4th April, in Hamburg, Germany.
2nd April 2019

Helicopter and software firms join forces to enhance safety

Helicopter and software firms join forces to enhance safety
A global helicopter operator and an innovative software firm are teaming up to deliver real time risk management tools that will lift the bar on helicopter safety. PHI International, formerly HNZ, the international operating division of PHI, is partnering with Ideagen, a UK-based, global, software developer, to implement Ideagen’s Coruson software across PHI’s international business.
1st April 2019

Baggage handling system enables smooth running

Baggage handling system enables smooth running
According to recently released 2018 performance figures, Changi Airport Group’s (CAG) is now handling more than 65 million passenger movements annually. Behind the scenes, BEUMER Group’s BHS plays a key role in ensuring the overall smooth handling of passengers’ baggage.
26th March 2019

NPAS selects Airbus for helicopter fleet support and maintenance

NPAS selects Airbus for helicopter fleet support and maintenance
National Police Air Service (NPAS) of the United Kingdom, has selected Airbus Helicopters to provide support and maintenance for its fleet of 19 helicopters following a competitive procurement. Oxford-based Airbus Helicopters UK will support the operation of 15 Airbus EC135 and four EC145 role-equipped aircraft flown by NPAS in support of the 43 regional police forces of England and Wales.
5th March 2019

Preparing engineering in designing next-gen infotainment systems

Preparing engineering in designing next-gen infotainment systems
Through its recently-released white paper, ‘Next-Generation Infotainment Technology,’ TE Connectivity (TE), a world leader in connectivity and sensors, is helping design engineers and product developers recognise and respond to the technology trends shaping the infotainment systems of the future. In the commercial aerospace world, that means designing integrated connectivity systems that seamlessly deliver high-speed communications without succumbing to extreme aircraft environments.
28th February 2019

Wireless torque sensors ensure airliners’ safety

Wireless torque sensors ensure airliners’ safety
The aerospace sector is renowned for its safety standards and a whole industry has grown up to provide equipment and services for testing aircraft and their subsystems. Airliners are subject to tremendous loads as they land and take off, from the touchdown of the undercarriage, to the back-thrust of the jet engines as they slow the aircraft on the runway and the wind pressure on the flaps and flight control surfaces when they are lowered to provide air-braking. 
22nd February 2019

Medical helicopters delivered to National Air Ambulance Service

Medical helicopters delivered to National Air Ambulance Service
  Rostec has handed over the first batch of aviation equipment - four Ansat helicopters and four Mi-8 helicopters in medical configuration - to the country’s National Air Ambulance Service (NAAS). By 2021 Rostec will supply the NAAS with 104 Ansats and 46 Mi-8 with medical modules.
11th February 2019


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