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‘Air Time’ service launched on first five easyJet aircraft

‘Air Time’ service launched on first five easyJet aircraft
It has been announced that Kontron, a global provider of embedded computing inflight entertainment and connectivity equipment, will now be providing its integrated In-flight Entertainment & Connectivity (IFE&C) platforms to easyJet. Kontron and long-time in-flight digital solutions partner, Immfly, are collaborating to support the launch of the easyJet ‘Air Time’ service onboard five easyJet aircraft.
13th December 2017

Evaluation board accelerates drone design

Evaluation board accelerates drone design
The STMicroelectronics (ST) STEVAL-FCU001V1 evaluation board, a compact flight-controller unit (FCU) suitable for small- and medium-sized quadcopter drone designs is available at Mouser Electronics. Scalable and efficient with sample firmware to accelerate development, the FCU helps quadcopter designers evaluate the performance of inertial measurement unit sensors during real flight conditions.
12th December 2017

Cutting down aircraft maintenance costs with analysis software

Cutting down aircraft maintenance costs with analysis software
  Designed especially for aerospace applications is Creaform's aircraft surface inspection software for Non-Destructive Testing (NDT). The damage assessment software paired with the HandySCAN 3D scanner represents a safe, cost effective and time-saving solution for airlines and Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) service companies.
2nd November 2017


DSEI 2017: I/O modules suit PCIe, VPX or XMC systems

DSEI 2017: I/O modules suit PCIe, VPX or XMC systems
The PCIe-based AcroPack Series of general purpose I/O modules for embedded computing applications from Acroag are an extended version of the mPCIe specification and feature a 100-pin connector to handle the I/O. The SWaP-C (size, weight power and cost) optimised modules are a tiny 70mm x 30mm in size and weigh on average only .05 ounces. Each module uses less than 5W of power and boards start at $395 per module.
11th September 2017

New software helps commanders through simulations

New software helps commanders through simulations
  Canadian-based company for global management, situational awareness, and command and control intelligence, IXTROM has selected DSEI 2017 in London to unveil its newest product.
7th September 2017

Project planning to drive high performance for Cullum

Project planning to drive high performance for Cullum
  Cullum Detuners, established in 1898, has been working with customers in the engineering industries for many years. It is now also working with customers spanning Nuclear, Energy, Marine and Aerospace.
28th July 2017

Tool suite supports powerPC assembler family platforms for avionics

Provider of standards compliance, automated software verification, software code analysis, and test tools, LDRA, has updated the tool suite for the PowerPC assembler language to support all 32- and 64-bit PowerPC chips used in safety-critical environments such as communication terminals, commercial and military avionics, unmanned air vehicles, and missile and space flight applications.
27th July 2017

Hermetically sealed card operates in extreme environments

Hermetically sealed card operates in extreme environments
Designer and manufacturer of digital storage systems and media for military and aerospace applications, the Memory Division of Kaman Precision Products, has announced the Kaman SATA Card, a rugged hermetically sealed card featuring a conveniently small form factor and high memory density. Guaranteed to withstand operations in extreme environments, the Kaman SATA Card is compliant to MIL-STD-461F and is suitable for fighter aircraft, helicopters, and ground army applications.
19th July 2017

Aerospace engineering giant improves document management

Aerospace engineering giant improves document management
  Everyone knows the Wright brothers as the inventors of the modern aeroplane. However, not everyone is familiar with the reason they won the title. It was not that their machine was the first ever to fly, but because it was the first one that could be controlled while in the air. Every aircraft built since has had controls to roll wings right or left, pitch the nose up or down and veer the nose side to side.
13th July 2017

Sutton Tools achieves 10% improvement on its surface finish

Sutton Tools achieves 10% improvement on its surface finish
  Sutton Tools has gained market share in the highly competitive aerospace industry by producing superior tools using the linear motor technology on ANCA’s MX7. To gain traction in the aerospace market Sutton’s needed to push the boundaries of what could be expected from a tool machining materials in the aviation industry.
6th July 2017


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