Overcoming Aerospace supply chain product development challenges


Aerospace suppliers globally are dealing with product development challenges unlike anything they have seen before, including increasing cost pressures from OEMs, decreasing project timelines, and demanding industry regulations. In this webinar you will learn how you can be better equipped to:Create and reference a digital twin of your product.Optimize your design to meet customer requirements.Validate designs using virtual prototypes
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Airbus’ Pratt & Whitney Pure Power PW1100G-JM-equipped A320neo (new engine option) version received dual Type Certification from the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) on 24 November 2015.


GKN eDrive technology named PACE 2017 finalist

GKN Aerospace

GKN Driveline has been named as an Automotive News 2017 PACE Award finalist for its innovative electric driveline technology. PACE judges have selected the co-axial electric axle (eAxle) system that debuted on the acclaimed Volvo XC90 T8 Twin Engine plug-in hybrid as one of next year’s finalists. The technology has also launched on the Volvo S90 and will feature on other vehicles across the automaker’s SPA platform, as well as on future applications with other manufacturers.U.S. aircraft,

Insider Threat Knows No Boundaries, Learn How to Leverage Technology to Address and Secure Your Airport

Quantum Secure

Insider threat incidents resulting from airport workers are on the rise around the world, from weapon trafficking in the U.S. to bomb planting on a Russian-bound flight from Egypt. These incidents keep occurring and aren’t confined to regions in turmoil. Mitigating insider threat is a daunting challenge in part because simply identifying this type of threat is a challenge. The first step in mitigating insider threat is to understand how to identify the threats and how leveraging technology will help your airport remain proactive and diligent in stopping them.

Expect Enormous Changes in Aviation Performance with Certified AeroMACS

WiMAX Forum

While the world advances technologically in several areas, the majority of airport and aircraft communications systems remain outdated. Recently, new wireless broadband capabilities have been deployed to guarantee safety and regularity of flight services worldwide. To this end, the Aeronautical Mobile Airport Communication System (AeroMACS) profile has been adopted to support next generation airport surface communications needs. Learn how AeroMACS has been chosen as the technology of choice to provide wireless connectivity on the airport surface for the Aviation Industry and major deployments globally.



For many, the global marketplace requires the use of unfamiliar and potentially high risk airlines. International business is taking travelers to more out of the way places, and there is an increasing corporate insistence on high safety standards in all areas of business – including travel.