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23 March 2017
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Latest Companies

Radiant Vision Systems - Light and Colour Measurement Solutions for the Aerospace Industry

Bodycote - Thermal Processing Solutions for the Aerospace Industry

Quality Avionics - Avionics Supply, Installation, Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul Services

HSH Aerospace Finishes - Water-Borne Aircraft Interior Coatings

Stäubli Electrical Connectors - Interconnection Solutions and Contact Systems for Aerospace Technologies

Press Releases

Bodycote Achieves Aerospace Accreditation
Bodycote, the world's largest heat treating services provider, is pleased to announce that its Greenville, South Carolina location has earned Nadcap accreditation for demonstrating ongoing commitment to quality by meeting industry specifications and satisfying customer requirements.

Cobham Aerospace Communications: New High-Speed Slip Ring for Helicopters
Cobham Aerospace Communications launches a new instrumentation slip ring that can rotate at the speed of 4,300rpm.

AERO Bildungs Procures Link & Learn Aviation Training
In February 2017 Aero Bildungs GmbH took over the ownership of Link & Learn GmbH, an internet company that provides aviation training.

Franke Industrie Receive Nadcap Accreditation
Franke Industrie AG is pleased to start 2017 with a great achievement.

Special Coating for Seat Rails
The corrosion and wear protection of seat rails for aircraft made from a high-strength aluminium alloy is improved by a special coating process from AHC Oberflächentechnik.

White Papers

Bodycoat Aerospace Services
As the world's leading supplier of thermal processing services, Bodycote operates an international network of quality accredited facilities, in support of prime aerospace manufacturers and...

Low Outgassing Accelerometers and Cables
Exposure to the high vacuum level of a space environment induces material outgassing in ordinary accelerometers and...

Boeing 737 Next Generation Interior Placard Kit (Series 600-900)
This basic English kit shows what is supplied in Aviation Graphix’s generic interior kits product...

Design and Selection Criteria of High Temperature Accelerometers for Aerospace Propulsion
Accelerometers and pressure sensors for measurement in aerospace propulsion systems require special consideration during design and manufacturing processes....

Building for High-Corrosive Environments: How Legacy Fabric Structures Outperform
Corrosion is the deterioration of metal caused by the reaction of metal with the environment. The word 'corrode' literally means 'to gnaw to...

Features

February's top stories: ISRO launches 104 satellites, FAA's new report on collision
ISRO launched 104 satellites into space in a single mission, and the US FAA revealed that a number of reported collision incidents between aircraft and an unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) could not be verified by the agency. Aerospace-technology.com wraps up the key headlines from February 2017.

January's top stories: Boeing wins $300m order, CENIT's software toolset for BionicAircraft
Boeing has secured a $300m order for three next-generation 737-800 aircraft from South Korean low-cost carrier Jeju Air, and CENIT is set to develop a software toolset for an automated bionic design, as part of the BionicAircraft research project. Aerospace-technology.com wraps up the key headlines from January 2017.

2016: The year's biggest Aerospace Technology stories
Iran to buy 118 Airbus aircraft, Ball Aerospace to build OMPS, and ISRO to launch indigenous space shuttle. Aerospace-technology.com wraps up the key headlines from 2016.

Imaging on the brain – diagnosing and treating neurodegenerative diseases
A new brain-imaging technique developed by researchers is paving the way for improved diagnosis and treatment of neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s. Dr Daniel Stäb, chief developer at the University of Queensland Centre for Advanced Imaging speaks to Medical Imaging Technology about how this could benefit patients.

November's top stories: CS300 jet to airBaltic, Colombia plane crash kills 75 passengers
Bombardier Commercial Aircraft has delivered the first CS300 plane to launch operator Air Baltic (airBaltic), and a charter aircraft has crashed in Cerro Gordo, Colombia, killing 75 people on-board. Aerospace-technology.com wraps up the key headlines from November, 2016.

Projects

AC352 Helicopter
The AC352 is a 7t-class multi-purpose civilian utility helicopter jointly developed by the Aviation Industry Corporation of China (AVIC) and Airbus Helicopters.

Sentinel-2B Earth Observation Satellite
Sentinel-2B is the second of the twin satellite Sentinel-2 constellation. Sentinel-2A, the first in the pair, was launched in June 2015.

Iridium NEXT Satellite Constellation
Iridium NEXT is a second-generation global satellite constellation being developed by Iridium Communications.

Lilium Jet
Lilium Jet, a two-seat lightweight vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) commuter aircraft, is being developed by Lilium Aviation, which is based at the European Space Agency's Business Incubation Centre in Bavaria, Germany.

Airbus H145 Helicopter
Formerly known as EC145 T2, the H145 helicopter is a twin-engine multipurpose helicopter manufactured by Eurocopter (now Airbus Helicopters).

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