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Too late to consolidate?

Posted 14 February 2017

Nick Guttridge, executive vice president, business development at Gardner Aerospace, questions whether the trend toward consolidation in the aerospace industry is coming to an end.

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Virtually filling skills shortages in civil aviation MRO

Posted 1 February 2017

Espen Olsen, director of business development & sales, Aerospace & Defence at IFS, examines the potential of augmented reality to deliver maintenance expertise anywhere in the world.

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Jenson Button test drives new career as BA pilot

Posted 26 January 2017

Formula 1 star Jenson Button enjoyed racing through the skies this week after piloting a British Airways A380 flight simulator at London's Heathrow Airport.

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First gyroplane night ratings issued in UK

Posted 25 January 2017

CAA examiner Richard Craske describes developments in oversight of gyroplanes in the UK.

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Trends taking off in civil aviation MRO in 2017

Posted 16 January 2017

Espen Olsen, Business Development and Sales for Aerospace & Defence at IFS, examines three trends impacting civil aviation MRO markets this year.

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Top three defence industry trends in 2017

Posted 5 January 2017

Graham Grose, Global Industry Director of Aerospace and Defence at IFS, forecasts the three key trends set to impact the defence industry in 2017.

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Brexit impacts on global trade strategies

Posted 16 December 2016

Hannah Beckett, Sales Manager, AEB (International) Ltd analyses the findings of a recent industry survey regarding Brexit impacts on global trade strategies.

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Where is the BOM?

Posted 5 December 2016

Geoff Turner, product lifecycle management (PLM) consultant at Design Rule, examines the value of getting the Bill of Materials (BOM) right in the early stages of a project.

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Brexit: time to engage

Posted 17 November 2016

Claire Umney, General Manager, AEB (International) Ltd., considers some of the options for global trade - based on existing scenarios - following Brexit.

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Building an unmanned army: the end of the soldier?

Posted 1 November 2016

Aled Catheall, Technology lead for Defence and Security, Plextek, considers potential military applications of robotic tech and options for replacing soldiers with unmanned systems to overcome human limitations.

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The Panama Papers: implications for compliance

Posted 1 October 2016

Claire Umney, General Manager, AEB (International) Ltd., looks at how complex organisational structures can represent a compliance nightmare, as shown by woefully inadequate checks made by Panama's Mossack Fonseca.

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After 100 years what is the future for tanks?

Posted 8 September 2016

The face of modern warfare changed forever on the morning of 15 September 1916, when tanks were used for the first time.

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Brexit's impact on UK aviation

Posted 18 July 2016

Diogenis Papiomytis, Consulting Director, Aerospace & Defence, Frost & Sullivan, considers the forces impacting the UK aviation industry following Brexit and possible mitigation strategies.

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Securing GNSS

Posted 10 June 2016

Nigel Davies, Head of Secured Navigation at QinetiQ, warns that GNSS jamming and spoofing will play an increasing role as a future weapon of war.

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Simplifying IDS for aerospace, defence and security sectors

Posted 9 June 2016

Jason Peel, Head of Strategy, Integrated Drive Systems (IDS), Siemens Process Industries & Drives examines IDS implementation in the defence, aerospace and security industries.

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Integrating security into facilities management

Posted 1 June 2016

Dr Steffan George, Development Director of the Master Locksmith Association (MLA) - established over 50 years ago to set industry standards - outlines the best ways to protect commercial property.

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From SBAC to ADS: 100 Years of Collaboration and Cooperation

Posted 29 March 2016

Richard Gale, Policy Adviser - Aerospace, ADS Group, charts 100 years since ADS' antecedent organisation, the Society of British Aircraft Constructors (SBAC) was officially formed on 23rd March 1916.

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Gaining a non-competitive advantage

Posted 14 March 2016

Chris Chesterman, senior associate and Rory Trust, solicitor, in the Projects Unit at Burges Salmon, look at how the MoD and industry can make the most of the Single Source Contract Regulations.

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MRO value in a transformed aftermarket

Posted 1 March 2016

As Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) is disrupted by new tech and the growing presence of Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) in the aftermarket, how can MRO service providers continue to deliver value?

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Addressing 3D printing export control challenges

Posted 16 February 2016

Darren Travers, Senior Account Manager, AEB (International) looks at not only the developing benefits of 3D print technology but also the associated regulatory risks and export control challenges.

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UK makes a world of difference for Boeing

Posted 14 January 2016

David Pitchforth, Boeing Defence UK managing director, talks to Claire Apthorp about how his company wants to be seen as more global and less American.

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Look – no hands!

Posted 1 January 2016

Jeff Pike, head of strategy and marketing for the IFS Aerospace and Defence Centre of Excellence, looks at how voice control technology is set to disrupt the MRO workplace.

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Celebrating 3D Printing Day: looking to the future

Posted 3 December 2015

On 3D Printing Day, Jonathan Wilkins, Head of Marketing at European Automation, discusses how 3D printing gained its own day and why the manufacturing industry should get on board with the celebrations.

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Policing transport networks during major events

Posted 1 December 2015

Stephen Thomas QPM, Assistant Chief Constable of the British Transport Police, discusses some of the issues and potential solutions in policing transport networks during major events.

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Civilian SAR marks milestone

Posted 1 November 2015

The UK's new civilian search and rescue (SAR) helicopter service has reported a busy first six months, 1 April to 31 September 2015, as crews across five new bases respond to almost 400 taskings.

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Efficiency by design

Posted 1 October 2015

Mark Fairhurst, Technical Director at BHR Group and Vice-Chairman of the product testing committee of the BFPA/BSI, outlines why product testing is imperative at the design stage.

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Vendor protection of OEM relationships

Posted 15 September 2015

Jeff Pike, head of strategy and marketing for the IFS Aerospace and Defence Centre of Excellence, examines how vendors can best manage and protect their OEM relationships.

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An essential layer of aviation security

Posted 1 September 2015

Chris Taylor, protective clothing expert at SafeGuard, examines why body protection has become a necessary requirement for aviation security personnel.

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ADS partners with Transport Security Expo

Posted 13 August 2015

Mark Phillips, Director of Security and Resilience Sector, ADS, talks about the nature of ADS' partnership with Transport Security Expo.

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Sharpening the operational supply chain

Posted 22 July 2015

Jeff Pike, Head of Strategy and Marketing for the IFS A&D Centre of Excellence, examines ways of increasing the accuracy of defence demand data projections.

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Westland Aircraft Works celebrates centennial

Posted 12 July 2015

Today, celebrations marked the centenary of the formation of the Westland Aircraft Works in 1915 at Yeovil and the aeronautical achievements made during 100 years of continuous aircraft manufacturing at the site.

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ORP: a risk based approach to acquisition and through-life support

Posted 12 July 2015

With the replacement of HMAS Sirius and HMAS Success, Jesse Millar, Asset Management Lead at BMT Design & Technology, considers challenges faced in defence acquisition and developing an Operational Risk

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Navigating the US Export Control Reform

Posted 4 July 2015

Iqubal Pannu, Senior Solutions Consultant, AEB (International) Ltd., looks at the key aspects to consider when navigating the US Export Control Reform.

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Bristow's 60 years of service

Posted 24 June 2015

Founded by Alan Bristow on 24 June 1955, Bristow Helicopters is celebrating its 60th anniversary.

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Space on Earth: transferability of aerospace products to defence applications

Posted 12 June 2015

Graham Mackrell, Managing Director of Harmonic Drive UK, delves into the challenges of space and looks at transferable characteristics.

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Unmanned aircraft tech keeps BMX riders on track for Rio gold

Posted 27 May 2015

The Great Britain Cycling Team's BMX riders are benefitting from ground-breaking aerospace technology developed by BAE Systems, to stay ahead of the competition.

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Selecting the right body armour for door supervisors

Posted 15 April 2015

Chris Taylor, an expert in protective clothing at SafeGuard, considers the options for knife and bullet protection for door supervisors.

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Windowless planes - the future of aircraft design?

Posted 1 April 2015

Tom Banks, news editor at Design Week, looks at the design of a new generation of 'windowless planes', aimed at improving fuel efficiency by reducing weight, whilst creating a new flying experience.

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Digital Thread and the supply chain

Posted 1 March 2015

Jeff Pike, Head of Strategy and Marketing for the IFS A&D Centre of Excellence, examines the impact of Digital Thread (DT) and explores the implications of seamlessly integrating information through the value chain.

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Robotics into the future

Posted 1 February 2015

An innovative approach to security that could make robots valuable colleagues, is currently being developed.

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Securing organisational resilience

Posted 5 January 2015

Julian Lockett, technical safety specialist at Frazer-Nash Consultancy, considers how developing a systems-based resilience strategy, could reduce short-term loss and deliver long-term competitive advantage.

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Protecting Britain's security guards with stab vests

Posted 15 December 2014

Chris Taylor, an expert in protective clothing at SafeGuard, examines the role of stab vest protection to increase the safety of Britain's security guards.

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Second Tier defence manufacturers' key to success

Posted 1 December 2014

Kevin Deal, VP for A&D at IFS North America, explains how Second Tier defence component manufacturers can become more competitive and appealing to Top Tier contractors.

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A future for regional policing?

Posted 11 November 2014

Adrian Whiting QPM AIExpE, Associate Director, Optima Group, looks at how policing may have changed in 2040.

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A digital coming of age

Posted 20 October 2014

Gavin Sermon, Managing Director, Aerospace and Defence, Accenture, outlines why aerospace companies should take an integrated approach to implementing digital strategies.

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Securing your supply chain

Posted 11 August 2014

Iqubal Pannu, Senior Solutions Consultant, AEB, considers the impact of Union Customs Code (UCC) and Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) requirements, and how IT can support trade security and supply chain efficiency.

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65 years of NATO

Posted 9 July 2014

Secretary of State Philip Hammond talks about the important role the UK has played at the heart of NATO.

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Winning the 'War on Pirates'

Posted 1 July 2014

Espen Olsen, European Director for Aerospace & Defense at IFS, outlines how the Norwegian Navy's use of integrated resource planning technology is helping to win the 'war on pirates'

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Making history in the Mojave

Posted 21 June 2014

George Whitesides, Virgin Galactic's CEO, reflects on the historic anniversary of 21 June 2004, when the world's first privately built spaceship was flown into space by a private astronaut-pilot for the first time.

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Can't touch it, can't see it? It's still subject to export controls

Posted 1 June 2014

Hannah Beckett, Sales Manager, AEB (International) looks at some of the current challenges associated with complying with various European and US export controls, particularly for intangible goods.

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Defence companies adapting to a new landscape

Posted 12 May 2014

With government defence budgets either cut or frozen, companies are, according to Tim Moxey, increasingly asking their engineering teams to adapt their skills and transfer technologies to solve problems for an entirely different customer

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Applying BYOD in the aerospace and defence sectors

Posted 1 May 2014

Jeff Pike, Head of Strategy & Marketing for the IFS Aerospace & Defence Centre of Excellence, examines the adoption of mobile tech - including the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) trend - in aerospace and defence.

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Five myths about US export controls

Posted 1 April 2014

Iqubal Pannu, senior solutions consultant at AEB (International), examines the complexities of complying with the recently reformed US export control regulations.

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Why good times are a good time to reduce your overheads

Posted 18 March 2014

Despite buoyant order books, now is the time for aerospace suppliers to tackle indirect costs, argues Les Murray, director, Collinson Grant.

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Boost for UK aerospace engineering talent

Posted 24 February 2014

Jenny Body OBE, FRAeS, FCGI - president of the Royal Aeronautical Society (RAeS) - outlines the opportunities offered by the Aerospace MSc Bursary Scheme, for those wanting to enter and progress in the sector.

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WSO-UV camera contract sealed by e2v...with a little help from UKTI

Posted 10 February 2014

Chelmsford-based e2v recently received UKTI support to secure a multi-million pound contract with the Russian Academy of Sciences, to put cameras on board the World Space Observatory – Ultraviolet (WSO-UV).

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Lifesaver signs MoU with PAIS21

Posted 4 February 2014

UK-based Lifesaver systems Ltd. - manufacturer of nano-filtration products that convert dirty water into clean, sterile drinking water - today announced the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with national Colombian charity, FUNDACION PAIS

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Committed forecasting

Posted 4 December 2013

David Gibbs, the Met Office's aviation business manager, discusses the role meteorology plays in the aviation industry, helping to keep airports open and airlines running on time.

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HMS Illustrious in the Philippines

Posted 4 December 2013

Since arriving in the Philippines, HMS Illustrious and her 'floating warehouse' of emergency supplies have been a hub of activity.

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MRO: a more holistic approach

Posted 14 November 2013

Rod Bailes-Brown, business development manager at IFS Defence, looks at the impact an integrated approach to Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) can have on boosting airline profits.

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The business potential of 'NewSpace'

Posted 1 November 2013

Steve Nichols examines why public and private organisations are being urged to consider commercial opportunities emanating from what is known as 'NewSpace'.

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Virgin StartUp launched to support young UK entrepreneurs

Posted 24 October 2013

Today Virgin is launching Virgin StartUp, a not-for-profit company, which will offer financial support, mentoring and business advice to thousands of young entrepreneurs across the UK.

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The UK aerospace industry: a decade after Concorde

Posted 23 October 2013 · 1 Comment

Precisely 10 years ago today, Concorde - arguably one of the UK's greatest aviation achievements - took off from Heathrow Airport for the last time.

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ISO standards for safer, cleaner space

Posted 10 October 2013

Sandrine Trenchard at the ISO (International Organisation for Standardisation) looks at the role of standards such as ISO 24113 in helping to deal with the vast - and increasing - amount of dangerous debris in space.

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PBL solutions come of age

Posted 24 September 2013

Jeff Pike, head of marketing and global markets development for IFS Defence, explains why Performance-Based Logistics (PBL) solutions are now a proven way of managing often complex customer and supplier contracts.

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Realising the value of RCM in A&D

Posted 17 September 2013

Graham Ranshaw, director of deployed systems at IFS Defence, explains the value of Reliability Centred Maintenance (RCM) in the aerospace and defence sectors.

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Advantages of sharing resources during the Afghanistan redeployment

Posted 4 September 2013

Major General Jeff Mason (Ret) Supreme Group's commercial director for Europe and Commonwealth, explains why a centralised mechanism offering redeployment capability, can reduce burdens on military forces.

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JFD mark 40th anniversary of Pisces III rescue

Posted 29 August 2013

James Fisher Defence (JFD) - the global sub-sea rescue, operations and engineering company - today marked the 40th anniversary of the famous rescue of the submersible vessel Pisces III from 1,575 feet below the sea.

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SOA technology enabling next-generation defence

Posted 7 August 2013

Richard Rogers, delivery director, IFS Defence, takes a look at how the use of Service-Orientated Architecture (SOA) can enable defence support systems to provide an agile and responsive military.

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Cody statue unveiled at Farnborough

Posted 7 August 2013

The formal unveiling ceremony of the Cody Statue on the Farnborough Road took take place on Wednesday 7 August, the centenary of Cody's death.

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60 years of search and rescue

Posted 2 August 2013 · 1 Comment

The Fleet Air Arm Museum in Somerset is celebrating 60 years of Royal Navy helicopter search and rescue with a summer exhibition.

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Complying with complex A&D Export Control regulations

Posted 18 June 2013

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

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Diamonds, designer watches and dentures

Posted 5 June 2013

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.

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NATO's Afghanistan withdrawal poses complex equipment and control issues

Posted 9 May 2013

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

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John Torode and Gregg Wallace appointed official taste buds of Heathrow

Posted 7 May 2013

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.

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PM marks Thales' 125th anniversary in the UK by opening its Glasgow vehicle integration facility

Posted 4 April 2013

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

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International partners produce all-electric tilt rotor demonstrator

Posted 22 March 2013 · 1 Comment

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

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Comms specialists get behind Engineering for Growth

Posted 25 February 2013 · 1 Comment

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

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Rolls-Royce installs world's most powerful marine gas turbine into HMS Queen Elizabeth

Posted 25 January 2013 · 1 Comment

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

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MoD invites tenders for UK construction projects

Posted 4 January 2013

Ten private sector companies have been invited to tender for a new framework agreement to deliver construction projects across the UK Defence estate.

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UK makes aero propulsion breakthrough

Posted 28 November 2012 · 1 Comment

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

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Thales supports Battle of Britain memorial

Posted 25 November 2012

Thales UK has supported a campaign to commemorate the command and control system and people that played such a key role in helping the Royal Air Force (RAF) win the Battle of Britain in 1940.

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Foster encourages excellence at ADS SC21 awards

Posted 22 November 2012

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.

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Sir George Cayley's notebooks featured on Antiques Roadshow

Posted 12 November 2012

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

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AgustaWestland's helicopters star in Skyfall

Posted 1 November 2012

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.

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British companies showcase aid solutions at AidEx 2012

Posted 24 October 2012

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

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Final season announced for last flying Vulcan

Posted 17 October 2012 · 3 Comments

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.

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Construction of Afghan National Army Officer Academy (ANAOA)

Posted 10 October 2012

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

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IISS Strategic sees cloudy prospects for Europe's combat aircraft

Posted 10 September 2012

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

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65th anniversary of first experimental test flight at Warton

Posted 28 August 2012

Today marked the 65th anniversary of the first experimental test flight from Warton Aerodrome in Lancashire.

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Armed Forces thanked for outstanding Olympics duties

Posted 13 August 2012

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.

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SWIM to ATM reform

Posted 19 July 2012

As our skies become increasingly busy, a net-centric solution called System Wide Information Management (SWIM) could be key to the essential reform of Air Traffic Management (ATM) and improving current capabilities.

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FIA 2012: Prime Minister pledges strong support for UK aerospace industry at FIA 2012

Posted 10 July 2012

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.

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Meet the Advance team at Farnborough

Posted 2 July 2012

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.

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UK troops honour Queen's Diamond Jubilee

Posted 5 June 2012

The main Diamond Jubilee events took place in London today with over 1,000 members of the Armed Forces involved in ceremonial roles.

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Howard Wheeldon joins ADS

Posted 4 May 2012 · 2 Comments

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.

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UK celebrates 50 years in Space

Posted 26 April 2012

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.

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ADS President addresses key challenges at 2012 Annual Dinner

Posted 8 February 2012

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.

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ADS launches 'Flying Forward' Aerospace Campaign

Posted 18 January 2012

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,

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ThinkTank Maths counts on its mathematical excellence

Posted 21 December 2011

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.

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