Poland is considering taking a stake in the European aerospace giant EADS, Polish defense ministry spokesman was quoted as saying by AFP. "We're examining the possibilities, the pros and cons, that a stake in EADS could offer the Polish arms industry," Sonta said
CAE has teamed up with the Government of Brunei to establish a comprehensive Emergency Management and Crisis Management Centre of Excellence to support Brunei and ASEAN disaster preparedness at BRIDEX 2013. The CAE Brunei Multi-Purpose Training Centre'S (MPTC) Emergency Management and Crisis Management Centre of Excellence will support the Brunei Ministry of Home Affairs and Brunei National Disaster Management Centre (NDMC) in training and preparing for various forms of local and regional emergencies and disasters
Eurocopter has won a patent infringement rights against Bell Helicopter related to the sleigh-style “Moustache” landing gear design on the Eurocopter EC120 and EC130. The Canadian Federal Court of Appeal unanimously upheld Eurocopters appeal seeking punitive damages worth $25 million from Bell
EADS is expected to make further announcements regarding the name change and restructuring in mid-December, according to a senior executive told Defenseworld.net
Russian defense group Oboronprom is planning to invest $121 million in the Mil Moscow helicopter plant, Rostec said in a statement. The expansion plans are related to the positive market forecasts for the Russian military aviation industry
Apptricity announced today that the U.S
AAR signed a partnering agreement with the Netherlands Ministry of Defense that allows AAR ACS to provide new and expanded component repair services using equipment at Logistic Center Woensdrecht (LCW). The signing took place during a ceremony at the 25th NIDV Symposium and Exhibition in the Netherlands, initiating an agreement that is intended to foster utilization of LCW facilities and expand AAR ACSs Apache and Chinook component repair capabilities for the RNLAF and other countries
Rockwell Collins today announced that Chafik Hilal has been named Managing Director, Middle East, Turkey and Africa, effective January 1, 2014. In this role, Hilal will be responsible for leading and developing the companys commercial and government systems business interests in the region
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Boeing will showcase its industry partnerships in the Middle East and highlight a broad lineup of defense and commercial products and services at the 2013 Dubai Airshow. “The Middle East region continues to be one of Boeings key global markets for both the commercial aviation and defense sectors,” said Jeffrey Johnson, president, Boeing Middle East
Honeywell today announced the appointment of Jim Bujold as President, Southeast Asia, and Anant Maheshwari as President, Honeywell India. Maheshwari, who has been the Managing Director of Honeywell Automation India Limited (HAIL) since March 2010, will succeed Bujold who is currently President, Honeywell India
Thales today announced that it has acquired XPI Simulation Ltd – in order to strengthen its position as a global training and simulation provider within the land market. XPI Simulation specializes in innovative techniques for processing LIDAR data, a technology which maps physical environments in ultra-fine detail using a range of light frequencies, and ray tracing, which generates highly-realistic images by tracing the path of light and simulating its interaction with virtual objects
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