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More than just air shows!

Posted by: Matthew Heath 24 Jun 13 - 9:35AM  | Aerospace

You’re at an aerospace event, where are you? In a field? Looking at the sky? No and no.

This week, consultants from our aerospace and defence team will be at two events where there won’t be a plane in sight but you can bet that some great ideas will take flight. On Tuesday 25th, the ADS members’ forum will take place at the Manufacturing Technology Centre in Coventry and on Wednesday 26th, a networking breakfast with Aero Engine Controls and the Midlands Aerospace Alliance at the Wolverhampton Technology Centre.

Both events – and all the organisations represented there – are important to the aerospace and defence industry, not just in the Midlands, but the United Kingdom as a whole. These are unique and important events to get face-to-face with those in the know in the aerospace industry.

The Breakfast Briefing is a great example of people working together for a common goal as it has been organised by Dudley, Sandwell, Walsall and Wolverhampton councils along with support from ‘Invest Black Country’ and ‘Business Birmingham’.

Are you going to be there? Do you want to talk to us about your involvement in the Midlands or UK aerospace and defence industry? Get in touch!

Call us on 01384 397 555 and ask to speak to Matthew Heath who will be exhibiting at both events.

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1o years ago It was not actually aleadry 5 years ago. Now it is an ancient legend. Only idiot cans test the electronics now against a new radar systems.May be Turkey wanted to investigate battle regimes of the radars. But this is not the way- this is an idiotic action.
Posted by: Edson, Date 10 July 2014, 04:35 PM
1o years ago It was not actually aleadry 5 years ago. Now it is an ancient legend. Only idiot cans test the electronics now against a new radar systems.May be Turkey wanted to investigate battle regimes of the radars. But this is not the way- this is an idiotic action.
Posted by: Edson, Date 10 July 2014, 04:46 PM
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