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Aerospace Tech Review is the new quarterly publication for all companies involved in the high-tech sectors of the aerospace industry.  Featuring the core sectors that Aerospace Tech Week covers, including; aircraft connectivity, avionics, testing, fight operations IT, MRO IT, new product developments and an industry news round-up. Joy Finnegan | Managing Editor | E: jfinnegan@avm-mag.com

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AVIONICS

AVIONICS

Raytheon Selected for B-52 AESA Radar Upgrade

Raytheon was selected by the Boeing Company as radar supplier for the B-52 bomber radar modernization program. Under the contract, Raytheon will design, develop, produce and sustain active electronically scanned array radar systems for the entire U.S. Air Force B-52 fleet. The advanced radar upgrade will ensure the aircraft remains mission ready through 2050 and…

CONNECTED AIRCRAFT

MRO iT

MRO iT

Advanced CAM to be Featured at 5-Axis Tech Event in August

Open Mind Technologies, a developer of CAD/CAM software solutions, has announced it will be GROB’s exclusive CAM partner at 5-AXiS LiVE!, a GROB Technology Event featuring eight GROB partners. OPEN MIND will feature the latest release of its advanced hyperMILL CAM software (version 2019.2), offering significant advantages when 5-Axis machining. Two parts programmed with hyperMILL…

FLIGHT OPS IT

FLIGHT OPS IT

Flexjet Selects GE Aviation for Digital Flight Operations Technology

Flexjet and GE Aviation have implemented a comprehensive safety and fleet modernization project including flight operations quality assurance (FOQA), quick access recorders (QARs) and cellular data services. The equipment will monitor Flexjet’s fleet of 150 aircraft including Embraer Phenom 300 and Legacy 450, Bombardier Challenger 300, 350, Global Express and the Gulfstream G450 and G650. “By…

AEROSPACE TESTING

AEROSPACE TESTING

Exact Metrology Offers Airfoil Scanning Tips

Exact Metrology, a supplier of 3D laser and CT scanning equipment and services has suggestions for the steps to a successful airfoil evaluation.   The scan can occur at the customer’s facility or at Exact Metrology’s. In many cases, it is most cost effective for the digitizing or scanning to take place at the Exact facility….

FACE™

FACE™

SOSA Consortium Applauds Recent Tri-Services Directive to Use Modular Open Systems

The Sensor Open Systems Architecture™ (SOSA) Consortium, a consortium of The Open Group, today announced its agreement with and support for the recent Tri-Service acquisition memorandum signed by the Secretaries of the U.S. military – the Army, Navy, and Air Force – directing that Modular Open Systems (MOSA) standards should be included in all requirements, programming and…

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