Looking for a used or new machine tool?
1,000s to choose from
Machinery-Locator
Bodor MPU XYZ Machine Tools MPU Ceratizit MPU Hurco MPU TDT Machine Tools MPU

Machinery-Locator
The online search from the pages of Machinery Market.

New Elevating 5000 Kgs Head and Tailstocks
5000 Kgs Capacity.
New Elevating Head & Tailstock positioners.
These can be floor mounted or optio
5000 Kgs Capacity. New Elevating Head & Tailstock positioners. These can be floor mounted or optio...
M G Welding Plant Ltd

Be seen in all the right places!

Toolex 2020 ITM Industry Europe 2020 Metalex 2020 Manufacturing & Supply Chain Expo Subcon Manufacturing Supply Chain Expo 2021 FITMA 2021 TCT 3SIXTY MACH 2022

Cranfield and Thales collaboration

Posted on 16 Aug 2019 and read 1089 times
Cranfield and Thales collaborationCranfield University (www.cranfield.ac.uk) and Thales have announced plans to work in partnership to unlock the potential of new aviation technologies.

They will explore closer collaboration in areas such as unmanned aerial systems and unmanned traffic management, aerial and ground autonomous systems, airspace data communications and digital aviation security.

Victor Chavez, chief executive of Thales UK (www.thalesgroup.com), said: “We are in the midst of a digital transformation in the aviation sector, and Thales is at the leading edge of this change, with Cranfield University as a critical academic partner.

"Together, we will develop pioneering technologies and innovate to drive sustainable aviation, including entirely new air transport systems and enhanced passenger experience.

"Our agreement with Cranfield University opens the door to the next era of digital aviation.”

The two organisations are already partners in the £67 million Digital Aviation Research and Technology Centre (DARTeC) and the National Beyond visual line of sight Experimentation Corridor (NBEC).

DARTeC will address challenges including: the integration of drones into civilian airspace; increasing the efficiency of airports through technological advances; creating safe shared airspace through secure data communication infrastructures; and increasing the reliability and availability of aircraft through self-sensing, self-aware technologies.

NBEC aims to create ‘an experimentation corridor’ that will enable drones and unmanned aircraft to fly in the same airspace.