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3D expertise expands in non-destructive testing

3D expertise expands in non-destructive testing
It has been announced that Creaform will extend its expertise in non-destructive testing (NDT) to the aerospace industry. By expanding access to its inspection solutions, the company aims to better enable airlines, as well as maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) service companies, to more efficiently perform the evaluations of in-service aircraft safety, while cutting costs and saving down-time.
30th June 2017

Future force precision measurement in large applications

Future force precision measurement in large applications
  All contractors will be familiar with the combination square: a ruled blade with interchangeable heads to measure angles in workshops, construction sites and metalworking. Invented in 1883 by L. S Starrett, the combination square quickly became an integral measurement device in all contractors’ toolkits.
26th June 2017

Element gains approval to conduct Non-Destructive Testing

Element Materials Technology’s St. Paul laboratory has gained approval to conduct Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) from three leading Aerospace Primes: GE Aerospace, Lockheed Martin and UTC Aerospace Systems.
22nd June 2017


Portable recorder analyses RF spectrum data to 8GHz/18GHz

Portable recorder analyses RF spectrum data to 8GHz/18GHz
The RFeye Portable Recorder system from CRFS offers high fidelity capture, record and analysis of wideband RF spectrum data to 8GHz or 18GHz. It was launched at EW Europe. Compact and weighing less than 3kg, the RFeye Portable Recorder has been designed for use in the field or on the bench.
9th June 2017

RF receiver covers 9kHz-18GHz frequency range

RF receiver covers 9kHz-18GHz frequency range
The IZT R5000 was faerured on the ITZ stand at EW Europe. The next generation of high performance receivers combines up to 100MHz instantaneous bandwidth with the proven excellent RF performance of the legacy IZT receivers. The R5000 covers the frequency range between 9kHz and 18GHz.
9th June 2017

Environmental monitoring and mapping system will help save time

Environmental monitoring and mapping system will help save time
  SKF has extended its BlueMon environmental monitoring and mapping system to meet the maritime emission requirements of MARPOL 73/78 Annex VI. As the number of Emission Control Areas (ECAs) grows, and limits become stricter, ship operators are finding it increasingly difficult and time consuming to stay compliant.
31st May 2017

Tool box helps manufacturers move quickly to win new projects

Tool box helps manufacturers move quickly to win new projects
  The Aerospace and Defence Tool Box from Microlease streamlines access to specially selected sets of equipment and test gear, to minimise risks for manufacturers on long term projects and to help them respond quickly to win market opportunities.
22nd May 2017

Wickless pulsating heatpipe systems in space

Wickless pulsating heatpipe systems in space
Developed by Aavid Thermalloy´s Italian Design Centre in conjunction with the European Space Agency, REXUS Pulsating Heatpipe System has been launched from the Esrange Space Centre in Kiruna, North Sweden. It´s one of two prototypes manufactured for the INWIP Project (Innovative Wickless Heat Pipe Systems) in order to study the behaviour of a Pulsating Heatpipe System in micro-gravity conditions.
19th May 2017

Tool box selection simplifies test procurement

Tool box selection simplifies test procurement
The new Aerospace and Defence Tool Box from Microlease streamlines access to selected sets of equipment and test gear, to minimise risks for manufacturers on long term projects and to help them respond quickly to market opportunities. It is configured by specialists experienced in working with aerospace and defence manufacturers, and support roles across the spectrum of activities including producing, commissioning or repairing equipment such as radar, microwave communication, mobile radio, satellite testing and electronic security systems.
18th May 2017

Challenge encourages new ways to resupply front line troops

Challenge encourages new ways to resupply front line troops
In the next stage of the Innovation Autonomy Challenge, £3m has been invested through the Defence and Security Accelerator as part of the MOD’s Innovation Initiative. Focusing on the challenging 'last mile' of support, this Challenge aims to find innovative new ways of resupplying troops on the front line, and will be led by the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl). 
9th May 2017


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