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Dubai Airshow: Atlas Aerospace putting itself on the map

Posted 13 November 2017 · Add Comment

Atlas Aerospace the new aerospace arm of the Atlas Group, is promoting its products at this, its first, Dubai Air Show. The 100% Emirati-owned company specialises in aircraft modification and transformation.

It is featuring a number of innovative products, including its first next–generation universal flight simulator, a digital training device with touch-screens and flight controls.

It also has its Caledonian Scorpio mission system, a mission computer that can integrate as many sensors as needed on a rotary-wing aircraft.

Atlas is also exhibiting its Harris multi-channel airborne networking radio, the world’s first airborne certified two-channel networking device.

The company also has the Harris RF-7850A-UA unmanned aircraft networking radio; as well as the Sea Venom/ANL, new-generation, lightweight, medium range anti-ship missile developed by MBDA for ship-borne helicopters.

Ahmed Siddiq Al Mutawaa, chairman, Atlas Aerospace said: “The future of travel as we know it is about to change as technological breakthroughs continue to transform the aerospace landscape.

“The UAE and its neighbouring GCC countries are quickly catching up with these dramatic evolutions, as evidenced by implementation of key government policies designed not only to attract more investments to the regional sector but also to take the industry to the next level of development in line with modern requirements.

“As one of the leading local aircraft integrators of equipment and sensors in the UAE and the GCC, we are excited to be here at the show.

“Atlas Aerospace can deliver to help boost and support the on-going contemporary industry transformations at the local and regional levels,” Al Mutawaa concluded. 

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