As the complexities of Export Control regulations in the Aerospace & Defence (A&D) industry increase, Kevin Deal, vice president of defence for IFS North America, takes a look at regulation across the globe in the A&D market, outlining eight specific functions which enterprise software must handle in order to protect a company from such regulation.
Where can you find £50,000 cash, a bag of diamonds, a Rolex watch, the key to a Porsche and a book of signed blank cheques? Aside from Simon Cowell's house…these are all items from London City Airport's Lost Property department.
As NATO begins to pull out of Afghanistan, John Worth of IFS Defence looks at the challenges faced by the wider A&D market and how new low-risk approaches to resource planning could be the answer to optimising the
Two of the nation's best-known foodies have taken on their biggest taste test to date after being appointed as the official taste buds of Heathrow.
Thales UK's Glasgow site yesterday hosted a visit from the Prime Minister, David Cameron, to help celebrate the company's 125th anniversary in the UK, with the PM officially opening
Officially unveiled earlier this month, just prior to the Heli-Expo 2013 in Las Vegas, USA, the revolutionary AgustaWestland 'Project Zero' all-electric tiltrotor technology demonstrator is the result of close
A team of high-profile communications specialists have come together to get behind the Royal Academy of Engineers' recently launched Engineering for Growth campaign, aiming to demonstrate the value of engineering to the economy and
Rolls-Royce has this week successfully completed the installation of the first MT30 gas turbine into the Royal Navy's new aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth, at Babcock's Rosyth shipyard in
Ten private sector companies have been invited to tender for a new framework agreement to deliver construction projects across the UK Defence estate.
Reaction Engines Ltd has announced that critical tests have been successfully completed on the key technology for SABRE, an engine that will enable aircraft to reach the opposite side of the world in under four hours, or to fly directly into orbit and
Addressing delegates at the the ADS Supply Chains for the 21st Century (SC21) awards event in Titanic Belfast, Enterprise Minister Arlene Foster urged local aerospace companies to build on their reputation for excellence in the sector.
On last night's Antiques Roadshow, broadcast at 8pm on BBC 1, the notebooks of 'The Father of Aeronautics' Sir George Cayley were viewed and valued by experts, providing an insight into the ideas of the country squire some call
AgustaWestland's British built AW101 Merlin and AW159 Lynx Wildcat helicopters play starring roles in the latest (23rd) James Bond adventure - Skyfall - which had its world premiere in London on the 23rd of October.
A number of British companies - including some involved in providing defence and security solutions - were today showcasing products and services relevant to disaster response and the delivery of humanitarian aid and
Vulcan to the Sky Trust, the charity that operates the last flying Vulcan bomber, has announced that 2013 will be the aircraft's final flying season.
An earth-turning ceremony has taken place today in Kabul marking the start of construction of an Afghan National Army Officer Academy (ANAOA), which underlines the UK's long-term commitment to a secure Afghanistan after
Europe's combat aircraft industry faces an uncertain future. While it still has several types of fighter aircraft in production, there is no new European-developed manned combat aircraft currently in prospect and
Today marked the 65th anniversary of the first experimental test flight from Warton Aerodrome in Lancashire.
The great and the good as well as stars of Team GB have thanked the British forces who helped provide security at the London 2012 Olympic venues.
ADS has announced it is pleased with the wholehearted support of the Prime Minister and the Coalition Government to the UK aerospace, defence, security and space industrial sectors.
The team behind ADS' official Advance publication and online daily news service, will be at Farnborough next week - Stand B21 in Hall 1 - and invite trade visitors to drop by and pick up a copy of the latest issue of the magazine.
The main Diamond Jubilee events took place in London today with over 1,000 members of the Armed Forces involved in ceremonial roles.
ADS has announced that Howard Wheeldon FRAeS joined ADS as Managing Director Policy, Public Affairs & Media on 1 May 2012, replacing Derek Marshall who recently retired from this position.
The UK is celebrating 50 years since it joined the exclusive ranks of space faring nations. On 26 April 1962 Ariel-1, the first satellite to be designed and operated by the UK, was launched.
Speaking at the ADS Annual Dinner held last night at the London Hilton, new ADS President Robin Southwell outlined a number of key issues that require immediate attention by Government and industry.
ADS launched its 'Flying Forward' Aerospace Campaign yesterday in the Strangers' Dining Room in the House of Commons. Speakers at the event included Business Minister Mark Prisk who delivered the keynote speech and Emma Reynolds MP,
Located on Great King Street – one of Edinburgh's most beautiful and historic areas – is a company that comprises a tight-knit group of highly skilled and qualified mathematicians.
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron this afternoon officially opened Airbus' new £400m wing factory in Wales, a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility which will assemble the wings for Airbus' new A350 XWB
The ADS Annual Defence Reception took place last night at DSEi, ExCel London, with the UK Secretary of State for Defence Dr Liam Fox attending as special guest.