Category : Aerospace Safety

Legendary drives – 5: From Cape to Cape

A three-person team, consisting of navigator Alyson and photographer Innes Marlow, alongside Iain Robertson, set out to break a highly competitive pan-European distance record in the summer of 2003 and this is the outline of their trek.

Although the timed section of the 5,600km event was run from Nordkapp, Norway (the

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What’s up with WhatsApp?

Why WhatsApp is not as secure as you thought it was

A chain is only as strong as the weakest link. This is true for any type of technology, but particularly so when it comes to security. There’s been a lot of discussion in the media recently about the privacy of

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Putting an end to laser attacks on airplanes

Since 2009 over 10,000 aircraft in the UK alone have been targeted by hand held laser attacks. The reckless targeting of aircraft poses a significant and growing threat to aviation safety. However it is often difficult to obtain evidence to secure a conviction and existing laser detection equipment is very

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New aerospace technologies to get £365 million funding

Business Secretary Sajid Javid has yesterday (13 July 2016) announced that government and industry have committed to providing almost £365 million of funding for new aerospace technologies, further enhancing the UK’s reputation as a world leading aircraft design and manufacturing hub.

The news, timed to coincide with this week’s Farnborough Air Show, builds on

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