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Gov. Ivey kicks off Alabama team’s Farnborough Airshow mission

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LONDON – Governor Kay Ivey this morning told Alabama economic development specialists in London for the Farnborough International Airshow to work vigorously to position their communities and the state for new investment in the growing aerospace sector. Governor Ivey addressed economic developers, elected leaders,

Written by Jerry Underwood

Check out 4 innovative aerospace products from Alabama

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From space exploration to national defense, Alabama’s aerospace workers are playing key roles in all areas of the global industry, and they’re responsible for innovative, headline-grabbing products. As industry leaders gather at the 2018 Farnborough International Airshow near London, it’s time to take a...

Written by Dawn Azok

Auburn University making Alabama ‘go-to place’ for additive technologies

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AUBURN, Alabama -- Additive technologies commonly referred to as 3-D printing are revolutionizing the manufacturing industry, giving engineers and designers new methods to create custom parts in aerospace and other industries. Auburn University is moving toward its goal of being a leader in this game-changing...

Written by Jerry Underwood

Gov. Ivey to lead Alabama team at Farnborough International Airshow

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MONTGOMERY, Alabama – Governor Kay Ivey is leading a team of Alabama economic development specialists to the 2018 Farnborough International Airshow for meetings aimed at accelerating growth in the state’s aerospace and aviation industry. Governor Ivey will join a small working team from the...

Written by Jerry Underwood

RadioBro entrepreneurs prep for launch of Cyclone flight test system

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The young aerospace entrepreneurs behind Huntsville startup RadioBro Corp. are prepping for the production roll-out of their flight test data-acquisition system as they continue to pursue business connections around the world. Made In Alabama, which profiled RadioBro just before last year’s Paris Air Show,

Written by Dawn Azok

‘Made In Alabama’ booth takes top award at Farnborough

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A panel of judges selected the “Made In Alabama” booth for a “Best in Show” award at the U.S. Pavilion during this month’s Farnborough International Airshow, according to the organizer of the pavilion. New Jersey-based Kallman Worldwide said a group of three judges evaluated...

Written by Jerry Underwood

Alabama aerospace rivals compete at Farnborough

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LONDON – Alabama’s economic development team at this week’s Farnborough International Airshow faced plenty of competition from other states seeking to make connections leading to new aerospace investment and jobs. [caption id="attachment_15112" align="alignright" width="225"] The 'Made In Alabama' booth served as the delegation's home...

Written by Jerry Underwood

NASA’s Alabama hub simulates space hazards to advance exploration

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HUNTSVILLE, Alabama – Inside Building 4605 at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center, there’s a portal to space and all of its extreme conditions. It’s called the High Intensity Solar Environment Test system, or HISET. NASA says the device’s chamber is the only place on...

Written by Jerry Underwood

Airbus links with Alabama universities to build new leaders

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One of the ways Airbus is putting down roots in Alabama is through partnerships with local universities that aim to help shape the next generation of industry leaders. The aerospace giant has donated large airplane components to engineering departments at the University of South...

Written by Jerry Underwood

Alabama aerospace exports rising as industry grows in region

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LONDON -- As aerospace companies continue to grow their operations in Alabama, their shipments of local products sent around the world are also on the rise. In 2015, Alabama’s aerospace industry exports topped $869 million, a 16 percent growth from the previous year, U.S.

Written by Jerry Underwood

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