The UK's aerospace industry enjoyed a busy August as aircraft production rates rose 12% on the levels achieved a year earlier.
INVISIO (IVSO) has received a new order from the UK Ministry of Defence for hearing protection and communication systems.
Cobham has been selected to provide slip rings to the F-35 Lightning II's Electro-Optical Targeting System (EOTS).
L-3 Commercial Training Solutions (L-3 CTS) has been awarded a contract by All Nippon Airways (ANA) to build and deliver an Airbus A320 Full Flight Simulator (FFS).
Babcock has been awarded a five-year contract, with an option for a further two years, to support Qantas Group's ground support equipment (GSE) fleet at 60 locations across Australia.
The UK's Royal Air Force (RAF) is a step closer to being the first to use Leonardo-Finmeccanica's new 'BriteCloud' missile-jamming countermeasure, following a purchase by the UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) worth several million Euros.
Solid State Disks Ltd has announced a new, Ethernet-based back-up and restore capability for its family of Compact Flash (CF) SCSI-Flash solid-state drives, providing further storage future-proofing for critical
BAE Systems has been awarded a $54 million contract to provide 32 upgraded M109A5+ self-propelled howitzers to the Brazilian Army.
Simms International plc has announced that they have been appointed as the first UK distributor for South Korean manufacturer Novachips.
The face of modern warfare changed forever on the morning of 15 September 1916, when tanks were used for the first time.