We would love you to join us at our Testing and Global Approvals Conference on Friday, 5th September 2014. The event will have a full range of sessions covering EMC, Safety and Environmental Testing as well as Global Certification and Approvals.
The final testing and validation of your products against standards or legislation does not have to be a fixed pass or fail answer on test day. You can influence the outcome with pre-compliance testing making it more likely that you will pass on the first attempt and mitigate the cost of rushed redesign squeezed into the final phase of your project.
Limit Requalification Costs. The primary aim of pre-compliance testing is to identify any areas of potential qualification failure, before you start the formal testing. If your product or system fails the repeat testing costs could be substantial if the system is redesigned.
What a wonderful first experience at the Farnborough Airshow 2014. With record trades, the Red Arrows providing a thrilling flying display and beautiful sunshine throughout the week we were delighted with our first experience and in being able to develop new relationships and grow existing ones. We want to thank everyone who came to see us and hope you all enjoyed it as much as we did. We look forward to seeing you in 2016.
Day one: It's the first day of the Farnborough Airshow 2014, with the sun shining outside we have had a wonderful morning. We would like to thank everyone who has visited us so far, if you would like to come and say hello or speak with one of our aerospace technical experts we are exhibiting until Friday in Hall 4, Stand FT13.
Did you know: Virtually every major development in aerospace technology since Orville Wright flew from Kitty Hawk in 1903 has, in some way, been linked with the pioneers who have researched on the airfield and in the clusters of laboratories and test centres that lay amongst the Farnborough runways.
On Tuesday 24th June, five of our finest employees took part in Millbrook’s third Millbrook Alpine DVD (MAD) challenge, a gruelling 5k alpine and off-road race, to raise funds for Help for Heroes.
The course is set in 700 acres of tricky terrain at Millbrook’s world renowned alpine circuit and off-road course, and our challenge took place on the eve of DVD2014, a two day event that brought together those involved in the equipment and support for the UK's land forces.
The race took our team of competitors through a variety of terrains, from sinking sand and gravel to steep hills with gradients of up to 33%. The finish line was strategically placed at Millbrook’s Wading Pond, with runners splashing their way to the end of the course.