UK Typhoon fleet to get new networked simulators in 2022

by Tim Ripley

UK Eurofighter Typhoon pilots can begin using a new networked simulator system at RAF Coningsby in Lincolnshire from next August, as part of the first stage in a transformation of the Royal Air Force's (RAF's) approach to simulation and training.

The first of 10 new Typhoon simulators are slated to be up and running as part of a GBP220 million Typhoon Future Synthetic Training (TFST) programme being led by BAE Systems Air Sector.

Jez Milne, the company's head of Operational Training Delivery, told Janes


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Berlin Security Conference 2021: ESG to adapt Israeli combat cloud for Germany

by Gareth Jennings

The already operationally proven OPAL combat cloud will form the basis of the NEOS system that ESG is to develop for Germany. (IAI via Janes/Gareth Jennings)

Elektroniksystem und Logistik (ESG) is to adapt an operationally proven Israeli combat cloud to the needs of the Bundeswehr, the German electronics and mission systems specialist announced on 24 November.


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Telesat Canada, Loral finish merger

by Marc Selinger

Satellite communications provider Telesat Canada and its majority owner, US-based Loral Space & Communications, have completed their previously announced merger, according to the combined company.

The new entity, Telesat Corporation, said on 19 November that it has begun trading on the Nasdaq Global Select Market, where Loral had been listed, and on the Toronto Stock Exchange.


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Roxel demonstrates novel Coanda TVC nozzle

by Richard Scott

Roxel has built and tested prototypes of a novel Coanda TVC nozzle. (Roxel/MBDA)

Rocket motor manufacturer Roxel has developed and demonstrated a novel thrust vector control (TVC) nozzle that seeks to exploit the Coanda effect to achieve deflection.

Prototyped and tested as part of the French/UK Materials and Components for Missiles Innovation Technology Partnership (MCM ITP) programme, the TVC nozzle device has completed cold gas firings to demonstrate performance capability. Hot gas trials are planned to follow.


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