Aero Surveillance reveals new ASV-100 rotary-winged UAV - IHS Jane's 360 [feedly]

miércoles, 10 de diciembre de 2014

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Aero Surveillance reveals new ASV-100 rotary-winged UAV - IHS Jane's 360
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IHS Jane's 360

Aero Surveillance reveals new ASV-100 rotary-winged UAV
IHS Jane's 360
The ASV-100, as the unmanned helicopter is dubbed, has been developed for both civil and military applications, and is geared at being a smaller and less expensive alternative to other such rotary-winged UAVs currently on the market. Speaking to IHS ...

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Israeli airstrikes on high-rise Gaza building amounted to war crimes, says Amnesty

http://www.airforce-technology.com/news/newsisraeli-airstrikes-on-high-rise-gaza-building-amounted-to-war-crimes-says-amnesty-4464616

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Iberia MRO arm to repair CAE simulators [feedly]

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Iberia MRO arm to repair CAE simulators
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​Spanish operator Iberia's maintenance division has secured an agreement to repair avionics and components for CAE simulators.
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Sikorsky's S-97 Raider will not be airborne until 2015 [feedly]

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Sikorsky's S-97 Raider will not be airborne until 2015
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Sikorsky has chosen prudence over spectacle and delayed the first flight of its S-97 Raider prototype until 2015.
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MEBA: Piaggio celebrates as EASA approves Avanti Evo [feedly]

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MEBA: Piaggio celebrates as EASA approves Avanti Evo
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​Piaggio Aerospace is in celebratory mood after securing European certification for the Avanti Evo, less than seven months after the third-generation P.180 twin-pusher was introduced.
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Boeing announces new production cut for 747-8 [feedly]

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Boeing announces new production cut for 747-8
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​Boeing has decided to lower yearly output of the 747-8 by 2.4 aircraft starting in September 2015 due to a slower recovery cycle in the cargo market.
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Automated manufacturing could drive $125 million from cost of F-35 canopies [feedly]

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Automated manufacturing could drive $125 million from cost of F-35 canopies
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​The US Office of Naval Research (ONR) recently received a national manufacturing award for developing a method to build canopies for the Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II that could save the military $125 million over the life of the programme.
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China needs over 5,300 new aircraft in the next 20 years [feedly]

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China needs over 5,300 new aircraft in the next 20 years
// Airbus All news

Chinese domestic traffic to become the world's number one within 10 years


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This Is Where Highly Demanded Rocket Engines Are Made

http://englishrussia.com/2014/12/09/this-is-where-the-most-demanded-rocket-engines-are-made/

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UAVs could map the bottom of the sea, using new lidar tech

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Pratt & Whitney Canada to spend C$1bn to develop next-generation aircraft engines

http://www.aerospace-technology.com/news/newspratt-whitney-canada-to-spend-c1bn-to-develop-next-generation-aircraft-engines-4463754

The investment will support around 1,500 existing jobs at Pratt & Whitney facilities in Ontario and Quebec.

P&WC president John Saabas said: "The Government of Canada's investment enables P&WC to invest over $1bn overall to pursue its long-standing legacy of innovation and sustain its engineering and manufacturing Centres of Excellence in Alberta, Ontario, Quebec and Nova Scotia."

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EASA to investigate near mid-air collisions involving military aircraft

http://atwonline.com/safety/easa-investigate-near-mid-air-collisions-involving-military-aircraft


The European Commission (EC) has asked the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) to investigate a series of near mid-air collisions involving European passenger airliners and military aircraft during recent months.

EASA said these incidents had taken place over the sea at the border of the European Union (EU) and been reported by different EU member states.  The transponders of the military aircraft were inactive and it was not possible to establish a radio contact with them, which may have caused an immediate safety hazard to civil aviation, EASA said.

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