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Survitec showcasing F-35 pilot solutions at SAFE Symposium

Posted 23 October 2017 · Add Comment

Merseyside headquartered Survitec will be showcasing the company's F-35 pilot flight equipment and its Perfect Fit in Ten Days process at the SAFE Symposium, being held at the Caribe Royale Hotel and Convention Center in Orlando, Florida, from 30th October to 1st November.

The symposium is comprised of industry exhibits, technical paper and panel sessions, workshops, lectures and product demonstrations over a three-day period.

Survitec will be highlighting their F-35 pilot flight equipment and the Perfect Fit in Ten Days process in which F-35 pilots get 18 anthropometrics taken and the kit is assembled and tailored within ten days upon which the pilot returns for a final check and once approved, is ready for flight.

The SAFE symposium is attended by acquisition and technical leaders from worldwide industry, governmental and military agencies.


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