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The Unmanned Moving Target

U.S. Air Force – The 82nd Aerial Targets Squadron and Boeing Co. conducted the flight, which is the first step in a two year process to phase out the QF-4 full scale aerial target.

“The QF-4 did a good job for many years, but it’s time to turn the page in the aerial target program. This program will bring us into the 4th generation aircraft,” said Lt. Col. Ryan Inman, the 82nd ATRS commander. “And will provide us with a mission capable, very sustainable aerial target to take us into the next 10 to 20 years.”

The first QF-16 was delivered to Tyndall Air Force Base, Fla., in November 2012 for operational and developmental testing to ensure their viability for aerial targets. The QF-16 is a supersonic reusable full-scale aerial target modified from an F16 Fighting Falcon. The emergence of U.S. 5th generation fighters such as the F-22 Raptor and the F-35 Lightning means American forces need an advanced target, similar to what they would actually find on the battle field. more> http://tinyurl.com/nvrdv94

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The Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC)

BOEING – The AMRC with Boeing is a partner in the High Value Manufacturing Catapult, backed by the Technology Strategy Board. This allows us to tap into a national network of manufacturing research excellence – if a particular technology falls outside our areas of expertise, we can call on our Catapult partners for the support you need.

We have over 70 member companies which pay an annual fee to access our resources and expertise, and which help determine our research program – membership is open to all. Boeing is our founding partner and continues to play a key role in our continuing development.

We have five core research groups, underpinned by shared research support. Our core research areas are:

Research projects fall into three categories:

  • Generic research carried out on behalf of the AMRC partnership, with results distributed to all partners. Generic projects are agreed by the board of members, and results are shared between all members.
  • Specific research for individual partners. The partner invests directly in the research and has exclusive access to any resulting intellectual property.
  • Innovative projects carried out on behalf of the partnership, with results presented to all partners. These projects are usually funded by EPSRC, the European Framework Programme, or other external body, and may involve collaboration with external research and industrial partners.

The University of Sheffield AMRC group also includes our sister center, the Nuclear AMRC; the new AMRC Training Centre (to open autumn 2013); Castings Technology International (CTI); Namtec, the National Metals Technology Centre; and the AMRC Knowledge Transfer Centre. We are supported by the European Regional Development Fund.

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CRVS: Total Immersion Flight Training

BOEING – Constant Resolution Visual System (CRVS) – The centerpiece of a complete training suite providing 360° of immersive, low cost and highly effective training.

CRVS is optimized for popular commercial digital cinema formats. A range of low to high-end projectors are available to meet customer cost and performance targets, including options that provide near 20/20 visual acuity. CRVS can easily take advantage of technology improvements without replacing either screens or structure, protecting the initial investment. In addition to a full 360° field of view, CRVS is available in 300° and 180° versions.

The patented principle of Constant Resolution allows each projector to cover a larger portion of the field of vision, requiring fewer projectors to build a fully immersive environment. Fewer projectors equates to lower acquisition, maintenance and operating costs.

CRVS is fully compatible with a wide range of fast jet and rotary-wing cockpits. Its large sidelocated ingress/egress module provides cockpit access without moving the cockpit.

CRVS works with flight hardware Night Vision Goggles (NVG’s),
the Joint Helmet Mounted Cueing System (JHMCS) and with emerging systems, such as the Panoramic Night Vision Goggles (PNVG) and the Night Vision Cueing Device (NVCD).♦

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Always on Guard: Protecting Cyberspace

BOEING – At the highest level, we have always been in the business of connecting and protecting people, places and information. Our cyber business is an extension of that mission and our experience developing, deploying and defending complex systems for our customers and protecting our own global network drives our unique understanding of the challenge. We are working alongside our customers and investing to deliver enhanced security solutions to protect applications, infrastructure and mobile environments. more> VIDEO 2:42

The global economy and critical national infrastructures are largely dependent on computer networks. Boeing‘s NarusInsight provides a highly scalable, real-time monitoring, detection and mitigation “traffic intelligence” solution for service providers and government organizations. NarusInsight serves as a critical element in layered defense-in-depth approach by augmenting the enforcement of security policies. It enables unified operations for network and security and protects against unwanted, unwarranted or malicious traffic. NarusInsight provides a highly configurable solution to address networking and security needs today and tomorrow. more> http://tinyurl.com/jwbtfbf

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787-9: Innovation Evolution


787-9 Dreamliner First Flight
September 17, 2013. Starting approximately 9:40 AM PST/4:40 PM GMT (click to view)

BOEING – The 787-9 will complement and extend the 787 family, offering airlines the ability to grow routes opened with the 787-8. With the fuselage stretched by 20 feet (6 meters), the 787-9 will carry 40 more passengers an additional 300 nautical miles (555 kilometers), with 20 percent less fuel use and 20 percent fewer emissions than similarly sized airplanes. The 787-9 leverages the visionary design of the 787-8, offering the features passengers prefer such as large, dimmable windows, large stow bins, modern LED lighting, higher humidity, a lower cabin altitude, cleaner air and a smoother ride.

Boeing‘s global partners delivered the first 787-9 sections to final assembly on or ahead of schedule, and strong progress continues beyond, with major assembly under way on the other flight-test airplanes. “The dedication, quality and skill of our partners are helping drive our disciplined performance,” said Mark Jenks, vice president, 787 Airplane Development, Boeing Commercial Airplanes. more> http://tinyurl.com/pjzy2g7

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Best Solutions Are Market Based Solutions (Boeing)

The Innovation Summit – 3

BOEING – Boeing sponsored an Innovation Summit that featured a curated program of keynotes from industry and government leaders, “disruptor sessions” with cutting-edge innovators, and panel discussions focused on U.S. competitiveness, advanced manufacturing, and energy innovation.

How Can Private-Sector Energy Companies and Government Work More Symbiotically?

Research Funding and the Future of Scientific Invention

Why Competing Clean Energy Companies Worry About Wind-Power‘s Struggle to Win Public Support