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Angus Batey

Angus Batey
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Thales Aims To Build Trust In Artificial Intelligence 
Thales' TrUE AI is not so much a product as a new way of thinking and talking about AI-based security, the company says.
Collins Gets More Work On NASA’s Supersonic X-59 
Already an avionics supplier, Collins now has been contracted to provide temperature and pressure controls for both pilot and equipment on board, and is to use an out-of-autoclave process to manufacture flight-control surfaces for the aircraft.
CAE Updates Training For German Tornados 
Pilots will have to be trained to operate the ageing Tornado platform for at least another decade. But investment in training has not kept pace with the many changes made to the platform.
Leonardo Reveals Third-Gen Falco ‘Business’ Drone 
A company official says first flight for the new type is imminent.
Japanese Government Extends Partnership With French Aerospace
An extension to a memorandum of understanding between the government of Japan and France’s aviation regulator, signed at the Paris Air Show, will help pave the way for greater business collaboration.
Pre-Merger Raytheon Well Placed in Cybersecurity Market
For Dave Wajsgras, president of Raytheon’s intelligence, information and services division, cybersecurity challenges are relentless and will become a subset of his business’s evolution over the next few months.
Industry Giants Unite on Sustainable Aviation
In an unprecedented move, the chief technology officers of seven aircraft and engine OEMs came together this week to outline a shared commitment to reducing emissions and ensuring a more ecologically sustainable future for aviation.
GKN Extends Additives Partnerships With Oak Ridge, Pratt & Whitney
GKN Aerospace and the Oak Ridge National Laboratory have announced the opening of the world’s largest additive manufacturing production cell.
U.S. Joins UK in Britecloud Jammer Program
Leonardo’s Britecloud program promises a step change in platform protection.
Raytheon’s Broad Counter-UAS Arsenal
Raytheon’s approach to the C-UAS mission set is broad, with a range of different radar and other detectors available in a variety of different configurations.
Japanese Government Extends Partnership With French Aerospace

An extension to a memorandum of understanding between the government of Japan and France's aviation regulator, will help pave the way for greater collaboration between Japanese and French business. But, according to Hiroyuki Hatada, director of the aerospace and defense industry division of the Japanese government's ministry of economy, trade and industry, it is also part of an ambitious and wide-ranging strategy by the Japanese government to help its aerospace sector grow.

GE Aviation Supplies 20,000th Flight-Management Computer
GE Aviation is celebrating passing a major production milestone for its flight-management systems. The company has just delivered its 20,000th flight-management computer, some 35 years after developing its first.
Lockheed Looks to Europe for Growth
Johnathan Hoyle, CBE, vice president for Europe in LM International, discusses the firm’s European plans.
P&W Celebrates GTF Order Bonanza
Pratt & Whitney has made a raft of announcements during the Air Show, involving sales of geared turbofan engines for Airbus A320neo series aircraft.
Avio Aero CEO Looks To Build On A Year Of Innovation
The GE veteran has been running Avio Aero since the American-headquartered conglomerate acquired the aerospace portions the Italian propulsion-system specialist in 2013, and assumed the role of CEO the following year.
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