CTL_ADS_WRolls_Mar11Copernicus Technology Ltd (CTL) is playing an active part in national and regional debates over the future for Scottish Aerospace & Defence industries, first in Edinburgh at The Scotsman’s A&D conference on the 3rd of March, and today at Moray Chamber of Commerce’s new networking platform “Science, Space and Stars”

CTL was at last week’s landmark conference entitled “What Future for Aerospace and Defence Industries in Scotland?” held at the headquarters of The Scotsman newspaper. Chaired by The Scotsman’s Executive Editor Bill Jamieson the conference featured the keynote speakers including Robin Southwell (CEO of EADS UK) and Global Scot Angela Mathis (CEO of Think Tank Maths) and was rounded off by the keynote address delivered by Crawford Ghillies, Chairman of Scottish Enterprise. The full conference is summarised in a downloadable PDF document at this link. Pictured left is CTL’s Billy Rolls, who throughout the conference was in permanent demand to provide demonstrations of the award-winning Ncompass Intermittent Fault Detections equipment!Barely a week later, at the launch of Moray Chamber of Commerce’s networking group “Science, Space and Stars”, the implications of collaboration between Moray industry and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) industry sectors was discussed in detail at UHI’s Moray campus. The launch event was headlined by an outstanding presentation from Professor George Fraser, the Director of Leicester University’s Space Research Centre. Originally hailing from Moray, Prof Fraser has spent his entire career at the cutting edge of Space technology and presented a fascinating insight into the huge extent to which UK is quietly succeeding in being a leading manufacturer and innovator of space instrumentation and satellite technology. Could Moray get involved in the Space sector and carve a high-growth niche for itself? Prof Fraser’s presentation concluded by saying that whilst people might normally say “Why here?”, what they should actually be saying is “Why not?”!From events of this type it is clear that the undisputable link between STEM, Aerospace and Defence businesses is being continually strengthened across Scotland and there are huge opportunities in the future for those businesses – from global players to SMEs – with the vision, the courage and the ability to ‘go for it’. Copernicus Technology Ltd typifies exactly that kind of organisation. We are at the vanguard of innovating real solutions by exploiting the full capabilities of 100% unique Ncompass Intermittent Fault Detection technology to make No Fault Found and Intermittent Faults a thing of the past, and to bring to market brand new methods for assuring the integrity of electrical and electronic equipment throughout the entire platform/system life-cycle. These technologies and methods deliver step-changes in capability by vastly reducing the cost of maintaining aircraft whilst at the same time driving up their availability and reliability. The US DOD are convinced, and so are our latest UK customers. Are you?

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