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Thursday, 11 August 2022

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Seaglider pioneer selects Siemens cloud-based software
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Engineering hub in Montreal extends Wisk's global reach
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Mercury draws on TTTech experience for flight control computer
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StarHagen selects Sapphire printer for superalloy parts
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D328eco landing gear moves into production phase

D328eco landing gear moves into production phase

The certification of the new D328eco landing gear, retrofittable to the whole current in-service fleet of D328 turboprops and jets underpins Deutsche Aircraft's ongoing effort to support the global fleet.
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Master Fluid Solutions WDG GmbH
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After 60 years Astronautics comes together in Wisconsin

After 60 years Astronautics comes together in Wisconsin

In March Astronautics relocated its manufacturing operations and FAA Repairs Station to Oak Creek, and now the model shop has also made the transition, bringing company activities together for the first time.
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Liquid Measurement Systems - LMS
Efficiency gains
Seaglider pioneer selects Siemens cloud-based software

Seaglider pioneer selects Siemens cloud-based software

Regent is pioneering innovative high-speed coastal transportation while targeting net zero from the very beginning. Siemens' Xcelerator as a Service portfolio could be instrumental in helping them get there faster.
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Toray Advanced Composites
Canada investment
Engineering hub in Montreal extends Wisk's global reach

Engineering hub in Montreal extends Wisk's global reach

The announcement of a new Wisk hub follows its recent expansion into Australia. It has headquarters and facilities around the San Francisco Bay Area, in Atlanta (Georgia), New Zealand and Australia.
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Quintus Technologies
Reliable networking
Mercury draws on TTTech experience for flight control computer

Mercury draws on TTTech experience for flight control computer

TTTech Aerospace now supplies its TTEEnd System A664 Pro (PMC) card to connect the flight control computer from Mercury Systems to the mission system of the UAV, using SYSGO's PikeOS operating system.
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S. Himmelstein and Co.
CNC plus AM

StarHagen selects Sapphire printer for superalloy parts

StarHagen selected Velo3D in part due to its ease-of-use. Once operational, Velo3D Sapphire printers can easily be monitored by operators like those experienced in traditional CNC machining.
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Fastems Group