HEADLINES ARCHIVE

  • Acquisition expands contribution to F-35 [CANSEC2016D1]

    The USA’s Gentex Corporation (Booth 317), a global leader in personal protection and situational awareness solutions for defence, emergency response and industrial safety markets, has completed the acquisition of Aegisound.

  • Finding the way [CANSEC2016D1]

    Ottawa-headquartered Twenty20 Insight Inc (Booth 728) is promoting several products from well known companies, including the northfinding and rangefinding solutions of Vectronix, the long-established Swiss company now part of the SAFRAN Group.

  • Fresh air on demand [CANSEC2016D1]

    Avon Protection (Booth 521), a leader in chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear (CBRN) respiratory protection, is continuing to develop products to meet the constantly changing CBRN threat environment, including the CSPAPR, the newest generation of CBRN powered air purifying respirator (PAPR).

  • Making the world safer [CANSEC2016D1]

    C4i Training & Technology (Booth 200) is offering visitors the opportunity to see its state-of-the-art simulation and training software in action and learn how C4i’s products are used to train staff and leaders in emergency management or military situations.

  • Training systems on target [CANSEC2016D1]

    Meggitt Target Systems (MTAS) (Booth 414) has been awarded a five-year National Individual Standing Offer (NISO) worth up to C$35 million from Canada’s Department of National Defence.

  • Nowhere to hide [CANSEC2016D1]

    Blue Max Canada (Booth 1736) is promoting Gatekeeper Security’s GKR-2011 automatic under-vehicle inspection system (AUVIS), an embedded solution for the fully automatic identification of foreign objects or modifications to a vehicle’s undercarriage.

  • Engineered for protection [CANSEC2016D1]

    Founded in 1952, Hamilton, Ontario-based FELLFAB (Booth 736) is a leader in innovative engineered textile solutions.

  • Business across the border [CANSEC2016D1]

    The phrase ‘special relationship’ usually refers to the United States and Great Britain, but this could equally be applied to the partnership between the Boeing Company (Booth 1821 and Outdoor 3013) and Canada, which is fast approaching its centenary.

  • The Canadian Defence Industry and the Defence Policy Review: At a Crossroads [CANSEC2016D1]

    On 27 April 2016, CADSI’s president appeared before the Minister of National Defence’s Advisory Panel on the Defence Review in Vancouver, to make an important intervention in the Defence Policy Review that the Government of Canada launched in early April.

  • Small size, big performance [CANSEC2016D1]

    The UTIAS Space Flight Laboratory (SFL) (Booth 933) develops complete space missions for international customers with high-performance demands but tight budgets and short schedules. For more than 17 years, SFL has been pushing the performance envelope by building big satellite performance into smaller satellites and, therefore, at a lower cost.

  • Closer to reality [CANSEC2016D1]

    US company Keysight Technologies Inc (Booth 320) has announced a costeffective reference solution for creating multi-emitter signal environments used for electronic warfare (EW) simulation and test.

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