European Centre for Cybersecurity in Aviation (ECCSA)

ECCSA is a voluntary, cooperative partnership within the aviation community to better understand the emerging cybersecurity risks in aviation and to provide collective support in dealing with cybersecurity incidents, weaknesses and unauthorised interactions that could potentially affect the sector’s resiliency and safety.

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OCT
2019

Mark Allen will forever be linked with the Ironman World Championships, which takes place Saturday on Hawaii’s Big Island. Allen won the race six times, most memorably in 1995, when he came back at 37 after a one-year hiatus and improbably made up more than 13 minutes on the leader in the marathon leg.

11
OCT
2019

Data Scientists at Britain’s largest defence, aerospace and security company, BAE Systems, have revealed details of a technology pilot aimed at supporting child protection agencies. The initial project, run in partnership with Gloucestershire Constabulary Police Force, was the brainchild of data....

11
OCT
2019

Airbus’s Orion to synch with Thales’ Cybels system. France-based defence specialists Airbus and Thales have signed an agreement to blend two of their cybersecurity products into one defence offering. The partnership will see Airbus’ cybersecurity application Orion Malware work in tandem with Thales’....

11
OCT
2019

Aerial photographs have revealed how much ice Mont Blanc, the highest mountain in the Alps, has lost in the past 100 years. A photograph taken in 1919 has been exactly recreated this year showing the top of the mountain and highlighting the toll has taken on it. climate change Patches of white ice have visibly shrunk and now appear as barren land.

11
OCT
2019

BAE Systems has adapted technology normally used to protect and safeguard businesses against fraudulent activity, to quickly and accurately bring together data relating to an individual and reveal the full picture of a vulnerable child’s reported issues.

11
OCT
2019

From NASA: NASA's ICON mission will orbit above the upper atmosphere, through the bottom edge of near-Earth space. From this vantage point, ICON will be able to observe both the upper atmosphere -- made of neutral particles -- and a layer of charged particles called the ionosphere, which extends....

11
OCT
2019

has announced details of a technology pilot aimed at supporting child protection agencies. The initial project, run in partnership with Gloucestershire Constabulary Police Force , seeks to improve speed and accuracy for identifying potentially vulnerable children.

11
OCT
2019

Notre-Dame comme on ne l'a jamais vue. Avec ses lignes de forces en noir et les flammes qui menacent en orange, avec ses voies de passages pour les pompiers en jaune ou en vert et du gris pour l'effet de perspective… Notre-Dame transparente et en trois dimensions.

11
OCT
2019

Marks The Company's Entry Into The GA Digital Cockpit Display Market. uAvionix Corporation has acquired AeroVonics LLC, a startup avionics company based in Albuquerque, NM. uAvionix Corporation will incorporate the AV-20S Multi-Function Display (MFD) and the AV-30 Primary Flight Display (PFD) products into their existing product line.

11
OCT
2019

Drone Can Safely Perform End-To-End Visual Inspections Of B737 And A320 Aircraft In Under An Hour. Aviation services provider AAR has announced the integration of Donecle drone technology into its award-winning maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) operations.

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