Aerospace
Rolls-Royce has officially moved into the Purdue Technology Center Aerospace, a 55,000-square-foot facility in West Lafayette, where the company will conduct research and development for jet engine components.
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Boeing’s ninth Wideband Global SATCOM (WGS) satellite launched into orbit on March 18 and will provide the United States and six allied nations with increased communications capabilities to prevent, protect against and respond to attacks.
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Founded on Saint Patrick's Day in 1947, CAE is launching a year of celebrations with its 8,000 employees worldwide to commemorate its 70th anniversary. CAE is today a global training company headquartered in Montreal.
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 Porter Airlines is partnering with a number of Canadian flight training programs to help prepare aspiring pilots for success. 
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TECNAM Aircraft, has sadly announced that prof. Luigi Pascale, its founder, president, and chief preliminary design officer died, unexpectedly on March 14, 2017 after a brief illness.
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Aireon has announced that it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Direction des Services de la Navigation Aérienne (DSNA), France’s Air Navigation Service Provider (ANSP). DSNA will now begin evaluating the technical and operational concepts of deploying space-based Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) in its airspace. This will include assessing the increased safety, efficiency and reduced environmental impact benefits.
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The Transportation Safety Board of Canada (TSB) has long stressed the importance of recorders – voice, video, and data – in accident investigation. Devices such as cockpit voice recorders (CVRs) and flight data recorders (FDRs), which have been employed in the aviation industry for decades, are an invaluable source of information. Not only do they provide objective, hard data that can help investigators establish possible causes, but they also corroborate the sequence of events – and they can be especially valuable when there are no witnesses at all.
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Most of us are familiar with the Goodyear blimp or MetLife blimp which cover major sporting events south of the border. Here in Canada, we don’t see or hear much about blimps or airships as they are often called. But at least two companies are planning to build airships aimed at northern communities and the mining and oil and gas sectors.
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