Stirling Dynamics to Exhibit at DSEI 2015
Stirling Dynamics will be showcasing its latest defence technologies and engineering capabilities, across the marine and aerospace sectors, at Defence & Security Equipment International (DSEI) 2015, which is being held at the London ExCel between the 15th – 18th September. Stirling will be featured in the in the naval zone at stand S9-494.
DSEI is the largest integrated defence and security exhibition in the world. It brings together the entire defence and security industry to source the latest equipment and systems, develop international relationships, and generate new business opportunities.
With nearly 30 years’ industry experience, Stirling is the world leading expert in control system technology and is a leading engineering technical services provider. At this year’s show, the company will be presenting their Active Rotary Wing Controls. These high force controls are purpose built for rotary wing simulators and are extremely compact, fully active and have the ability to replicate the feel of any aircraft control system through Stirling’s propriety software. Key features of the system include: fly-by-wire linking to ensure continuous common situational awareness between the pilot and co-pilot; force feedback; and tactile cueing to mimic the effects of system failures and changing conditions.
In addition to showcasing their Active Rotary Wing Control products, Stirling will also be demonstrating their latest conceptual submarine control system – FASC (Full Authority Submarine Control). This really is the next generation of submarine control, combining Stirling’s already proven active control technology with their world class expertise in submarine steering and diving control. The FASC concept aims to simplify submarine control by tying together all aspects of the hover, trim, ballasting, steering and diving control systems. Controlling all these systems through a single interface and reducing the control complexity for the operator through the use of tactile Human Machine Interface (HMI) technology. The FASC system recently attracted funding through the Technology Strategy Board (now Innovate UK), which has supported Stirling to significantly mature the technology, especially in terms of performance and safety critical software.
Both the Active Rotary Wing Control and FASC systems will be available to DSEI attendees to try out and live demonstrations will be given by Stirling’s defence engineering team.
In addition to exhibiting at the show, Stirling’s Business Development Manager, Ron Stiles, will also take the stage in the Air Theatre on Friday, 18th September at 11.00 - 11.30am. The presentation entitled “Supplying to First Tier Suppliers: F-35 Simulation and Training” will outline Stirling’s experiences supplying into a major prime, Lockheed Martin, on the prestigious F-35 Lightning II programme.
To find out more about Stirling’s activities at DSEI or to book a technology demonstration, please contact Stirling at firstname.lastname@example.org