Aerospace and Aviation

Seaweed Systems to Distribute NVIDIA Graphics Devices in Aerospace and Defense Markets

Author: Seaweed Systems, Inc.
Dateline: Tue, 16 May 2006

freeNewsArticles Story Summary: “ORLANDO, FL - May 16 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) -- Seaweed Systems, Inc., the leading developer and supplier of OpenGL(R) and X Window System embedded graphics solutions for safety-related embedded markets, announced today at the Wind River Worldwide User Conference in Orlando, FL that it will be fully supporting the use of NVIDIA graphics devices in the aerospace and defense market.”



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Close Cooperation Creates Safety-Critical Graphics Devices, Software and Support

ORLANDO, FL - May 16 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) -- Seaweed Systems, Inc., the leading developer and supplier of OpenGL(R) and X Window System embedded graphics solutions for safety-related embedded markets, announced today at the Wind River Worldwide User Conference in Orlando, FL that it will be fully supporting the use of NVIDIA graphics devices in the aerospace and defense market.

Seaweed Systems will, with the cooperation of NVIDIA, develop RTCA DO-178B Level A certifiable OpenGL(R) driver solutions for the latest NVIDIA graphics devices. Seaweed Systems will distribute and support its drivers and NVIDIA's graphics devices together, creating a uniquely compelling combined offering for customers that want to use the best COTS graphics products in the most demanding environments.

"Seaweed Systems provides value to its customers by delivering products that meet their needs and by having an excellent understanding of the COTS graphics device market. We share our view of this market with our customers through our product roadmap briefings. We try to assist them in making smart product and business choices about when to migrate to the next-generation graphics platform and what that architecture should be," said Robert Schulman, president of Seaweed Systems.

"We are confident that the NVIDIA devices we have selected to bring to our market represent absolutely the best choice in terms of value and performance. I believe this announcement is good for all of our customers because it will allow them to make the most effective use of the latest COTS graphics technologies together with the necessary support for long-term deployment in the most demanding embedded market there is."


About Seaweed Systems, Inc.
Seaweed Systems provides software products and consulting services in the embedded X Window System and OpenGL(R) markets. Seaweed Systems' customers, which include many of the world's leading aerospace and defense companies, benefit from Seaweed's unmatched price, performance, feature set and implementation schedules in the real-time embedded space. They also benefit from the strong working relationships established between Seaweed Systems and other leading COTS suppliers in this arena.

These relationships ensure that customers are provided with the most complete and advanced product solution possible for both certifiable and non-certifiable developments. Additional information is available at http://www.seaweed.com


Certain matters discussed in this news release are forward-looking statements that involve a number of risks and uncertainties that could affect the Company's abilities to achieve its objectives and cause actual events to differ materially from expectations.

Seaweed Systems and SeaWind are registered trademarks of Seaweed Systems, Inc., in the US and other countries. NVIDIA is a registered trademark of NVIDIA Corporation. OpenGL(R) is a trademark of SGI Inc. All other trademarks are acknowledged. Copyright (c) 2006 Seaweed Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.



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San Diego Business Executive and Pilatus Help Recreate History with Ecuador III – The Spirit of Goodwill

Author: Pilatus Business Aircraft, Ltd
Dateline: Fri, 24 Mar 2006

freeNewsArticles Story Summary: “SAN DIEGO, CA - Mar. 24 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) -- At 8:30 a.m. today, two Pilatus PC-12s will depart Lindbergh Field on a goodwill mission to Quito, Ecuador. The flight is scheduled to touch down in Quito on March 31, exactly 75 years later to the day that the first such flight was made in a 1931 Ryan Brougham piloted by Theodore Gildred, Sr. - who stayed in Ecuador following his epic journey to establish that country's first air mail service.”



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Historic Flight from San Diego, California to Quito, Ecuador celebrates 75th Anniversary of first trip

SAN DIEGO, CA (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) -- At 8:30 a.m. today, two Pilatus PC-12s will depart Lindbergh Field on a goodwill mission to Quito, Ecuador. The flight is scheduled to touch down in Quito on March 31, exactly 75 years later to the day that the first such flight was made in a 1931 Ryan Brougham piloted by Theodore Gildred, Sr. - who stayed in Ecuador following his epic journey to establish that country's first air mail service.

Photo Caption: HEADED FOR HISTORY: [L to R] Pilots Brian Shaul, Ted Gildred III, Ambassador Theodore Gildred, Stephen Gildred, and Eric Corpataux stand before one of the team's two Pilatus PC-12s on the eve of departure for their 75th anniversary flight to Quito, Ecuador.

Today his son, Ambassador Theodore Gildred and his grandsons Ted III and Stephen, will honor the memory of that achievement with a similar flight, dubbed "Ecuador III - The Spirit of Goodwill." Their mission will cover some 4,200 miles and will include stops in Mexico City; Guatemala City, Managua, Nicaragua; San Jose, Costa Rica; Panama City and Quito. At each stop, the aviators will meet with local officials, civic leaders and the media to promote goodwill and better relations between the United States and Latin America. In addition to Pilatus and their distributor Aviation Sales, Inc., the flight is sponsored by The San Diego Aerospace Museum and the Institute of the Americas.

"We've certainly come a long way since my father's flight" said Ambassador Gildred. "But while aviation has advanced considerably, there is still a tremendous need to do all we can to maintain and improve relations between the United States and Latin America. Building upon the legacy of the first Ecuador mission, and the spirit of goodwill it carried is the purpose our flight today and will continue to be a guiding principal for our family." Theodore Gildred is the former United States Ambassador to Argentina and today serves as Chairman of San Diego-based Lomas Santa Fe Corporation. He also leads the Gildred Foundation, a grant from which helped establish the Institute of the Americas.

Accompanying Ambassador Gildred and his sons will be Erik Lindbergh, grandson of Charles Lindbergh, whose epic 1927 flight across the Atlantic served as the personal inspiration for Theodore Gildred Sr.'s original journey to Latin America. "It is simply wonderful to have Erik join us on this trip," said Ambassador Gildred. "My father greatly admired Charles Lindbergh's achievements and to have his grandson with us today is an honor to both men."

The 1931 flight to South America took 18 days and was greeted by some 15,000 Quito residents, who anxiously awaited Gildred Sr.'s arrival at the city's new airport. His Ryan Brougham was later acquired by the Ecuadorian government, and put to use as that country's first mail plane. An exact replica of the original Ryan Brougham is housed, along with flight memorabilia, in the San Diego Aerospace Museum.

Today's flight will take just seven days, thanks in large measure to the Pilatus PC-12 business aircraft being used for the mission. The Swiss built PC-12 is a fully pressurized nine passenger aircraft that cruises at 30,000 feet and 310 mph. Ambassador Gildred will be flying his own PC-12, aptly named the Ecuador III, on this mission with an identical chase aircraft being provided by Pilatus Business Aircraft, headquartered in Broomfield, Colorado. Following completion of the mission, Ambassador Gildred will continue to Argentina with his aircraft to visit old friends and to be hosted at a special event at the U.S. Embassy there.

Tom Aniello, Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer for Pilatus helped arrange the company's support for the Ecuador III flight, along with Aviation Sales, Inc., the Pilatus distributor for the western United States. "We greatly admire Ambassador Gildred's spirit and his dedication to better relations with Latin America," said Mr. Aniello. "To have a PC-12 take part in such a historic achievement is a tribute to the airplane, the crew, and all of the people who build, sell and support our aircraft, worldwide."


Flight Can Be Followed - and Contacted - via the Internet

A unique aspect of the Ecuador III flight will be the ability of interested observers to follow and even contact the flight, using the Internet. In addition to the mission's own website (www.ecuadorgoodwillflight.com), NBC Channel 39 in San Diego will carry the mission on their site (nbcsandiego.com/flightofecuador/) that will also allow visitors to send emails to the crew, which will be answered daily. Children from the San Diego school district will also be given special access to in-flight information and the mission's progress.


The Ambassador's First Commemorative Flight

Ecuador III will actually be Ambassador Gildred's second such trip. In 1981, to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of his father's historic flight, he replicated the goodwill journey in a Stinson Reliant loaned by the San Diego Aerospace Museum, landing in Quito at the same time and day as his father's original flight fifty year earlier. Gildred's 1981 itinerary included stops in Mexico, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama, and Ecuador.

Following the successful completion of the 1981 commemorative flight, the San Diego Aerospace Museum donated the aircraft to the people of Ecuador to help them establish their own aviation museum. On behalf of the Gildred Foundation, which was created by his father, Gildred also presented a gift of $30,000 as seed money for the museum, in which the Stinson Reliant would become one of the major exhibits.


Ecuador IV - Already Scheduled for March, 2031

Prior to today's departure, Ted III and Stephen have made their father a promise: Twenty-five years from now -- in March 2031 - on the 100th anniversary of the original flight, they will make the flight again to honor their grandfather and father and continue the spirit of goodwill that has become a cornerstone of their family tradition.


About Pilatus and the PC-12

The Pilatus PC-12 is the best selling turbine-powered business aircraft in the world. The PC-12 fleet now exceeds 600 aircraft and has logged over 1.2 million flight hours with operators worldwide.

Pilatus Aircraft Ltd was founded in 1939 and is currently world market leader in the manufacture and sale of single-engine turboprop aircraft. It is the only Swiss company that develops and produces private and training aircraft. At the headquarters in Stans, Switzerland, Pilatus is licensed to maintain and perform upgrades on a variety of aircraft. This service is complemented by four independent subsidiaries in Altenrhein and Geneva Switzerland, in Broomfield, Colorado (USA) and Adelaide, Australia. With over 1,000 employees at its headquarters, Pilatus is one of the largest employers in Central Switzerland.


Additional information on Ecuador III - The Spirit of Goodwill:
http://www.ecuadorgoodwillflight.com




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Aviation Services Provider Achieves International Authorization

Author: Rose Aircraft Services, Inc.
Dateline: Wed, 08 Feb 2006

freeNewsArticles Story Summary: “MENA, AR - Feb. 8 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) -- Rose Aircraft Services, Inc. has received EASA approval for its existing repair station certificate. Rose Aircraft Services, Inc. is a full service Aircraft Avionics, Maintenance and Interior and Exterior Refurbishment Services Provider, located in Mena, Arkansas since 1964.



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ARCHIVAL CONTENT

MENA, AR (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) -- Rose Aircraft Services, Inc. (www.roseaircraft.com) has received EASA approval for its existing repair station certificate. Rose Aircraft Services, Inc., is a full service Aircraft Avionics, Maintenance and Interior and Exterior Refurbishment Services Provider, located in Mena, Arkansas since 1964.

According to Keith Rose, Vice President of Rose Aircraft Services, Inc, "Rose Aircraft Services, Inc. is now authorized by the European Aviation Safety Agency to perform airframe and on wing power plant maintenance and repairs on the following aircraft; Cessna Single and Multi Engine Recip, Cessna Single and Multi Engine Turboprop, Cessna Citation Aircraft, (all models), Embraer Brasilia EMB-120 Aircraft, Raytheon Beechcraft Single and Multi Engine Recip, Raytheon Multi Engine Turboprop (King Air) Aircraft, Beechcraft 1900 Airliner and Raytheon Beechjet and Hawker Aircraft (all models) as well as Mitsubishi MU-300 (Diamond) Aircraft, (all models)."

*(Photo Caption: Interior of a Cessna Citation Jet refurbished by Rose Aircraft Services.)

Rose Aircraft Services, Inc. is also authorized to perform Hot Section Inspections on Pratt & Whitney PT-6 Series Power plants and is an authorized Dallas Airmotive Service Center for all PT-6 Series and JT-15D Series engines.

Rose Aircraft Services, Inc., is a full service Aircraft Avionics, Maintenance and Interior and Exterior Refurbishment Services Provider, located in Mena, Arkansas since 1964. FAA Certified Repair Station number CRS HR2R882K, EASA Certificate Number EASA.145.5937.

Rose Aircraft Services, Inc., 132 Flight Lane, Post Office Box 1850, Mena, AR 71953. www.roseaircraft.com





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Top Selling Corporate Aircraft Manufacturer Sights in on Fuel Efficency

Author: Pilatus Business Aircraft
Dateline: Wed, 09 Nov 2005

freeNewsArticles Story Summary: “ORLANDO, FL - Nov. 9 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) -- This week at the 58th annual National Business Aviation Association's (NBAA) annual convention, Pilatus Business Aircraft will be touting fuel efficiency as a key selling feature of its legendary 9-passenger, 300 mph turboprop. At a show where speed, range and interior accoutrements are the typical marketing hot buttons for buyers, this marks a unique and timely approach for the Swiss manufacturer. The Pilatus PC-12 is the number one selling turbine-powered business airplane in the world.”



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Swiss-built Pilatus PC-12 offers significant savings over other bizjet alternatives

ORLANDO, FL (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) -- This week at the 58th annual National Business Aviation Association's (NBAA) annual convention, Pilatus Business Aircraft will be touting fuel efficiency as a key selling feature of its legendary 9-passenger, 300 mph turboprop. At a show where speed, range and interior accoutrements are the typical marketing hot buttons for buyers, this marks a unique and timely approach for the Swiss manufacturer. The Pilatus PC-12 is the number one selling turbine-powered business airplane in the world.

"With jet fuel prices now at an all time high, the PC-12 provides corporate flight departments with a fuel efficient alternative," said Tom Aniello, Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer for Pilatus Business Aircraft. "We think it's important to provide customers with an understanding of how much fuel our aircraft could save them over a typical year of operations." In fact, annual fuel savings can easily top $100,000 relative to traditional light and mid-size business jets.

*(Photo Caption: The Swiss-built Pilatus PC-12 is the top-selling turbine-powered business aircraft in the world. With a range of over 1400 nm, it can carry nine passengers in pressurized comfort at 30,000 feet and at speeds of up to 300 mph.)

To add incentive to its message, Pilatus is giving away $5000 in free fuel via a drawing. "We've developed a simple tool that compares the PC-12 to eight other turbine-powered business aircraft on a typical mission and, just by stopping by our booth, using the tool and seeing the savings, showgoers can enter the drawing" added Aniello.


Aircraft Enhancements for 2006

In addition to fuel efficiency, there's no better time to consider a Pilatus PC-12 than now, as Pilatus announced today that its aircraft will receive several significant improvements for 2006. Beginning with the first delivery in January, the 2006 PC-12 will offer better performance, improved handling, increased comfort, and even more reliability than its predecessor.

The 2006 PC-12 will offer greater range-payload through a gross weight increase. Better handling comes from improved control harmony and new winglets. The new winglets, derived from technology developed for the high performance Pilatus PC-21 military trainer, reduce drag and improve crosswind control. Improved reliability comes from new LED lighting systems. The LED cabin lights last 20,000 hours, and are color balanced to create a warm, inviting glow.

Pilots will also enjoy increased comfort in the PC-12's new crew seats. The new seats give pilots more freedom to custom-tailor their seating positions for superior comfort on long flights.

"We think it's a great package and very suitable improvement for the coming year," said Mr. Aniello. Last year, Pilatus delivered more than 80 PC-12s worldwide.


Award-Winning Customer Service, Too

Pilatus also comes to the 2005 NBAA Convention with news that, for the fourth consecutive year, they have earned the top spot in "Professional Pilot" magazine's 2005 Corporate Aircraft Product Support Survey. While the magazine awarded Pilatus first place in the corporate turboprop category, Pilatus' overall score exceeded that of all other turbine-powered business aircraft manufacturers.

The annual survey asks customers to rate their manufacturer on all aspects of customer service, including spare parts pricing and availability, technical publications, AOG speed, field service representatives, and responsiveness.

There are currently over 580 PC-12 business turboprops operating in 17 countries around the world. PC-12 aircraft are serviced through a network of 19 authorized Pilatus Centers in North and South America, Europe, Africa, and the Middle East.

Established in 1939, Pilatus Aircraft is the world's leading manufacturer of single-engine turboprop aircraft. Pilatus Aircraft of Stans, Switzerland is a privately held company employing over 1,200 people. Pilatus provides aircraft and aviation services worldwide for the general aviation, commercial, training, utility, and special mission markets.

Based in Broomfield, Colorado, Pilatus Business Aircraft Ltd., a wholly owned subsidiary of Pilatus Aircraft, was founded in 1996 to provide completions, marketing, sales, and service for Pilatus aircraft in North and South America.

Pilatus Business Aircraft, 11755 Airport Way, Broomfield, CO 80021



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Schuur Metals Inc. Announced Today that the Company Supplied the Special Temper Copper for the ‘Impactor’ on the ‘Deep Impact’ Spacecraft

Author: Schuur Metals Inc.
Dateline: Tue, 14 Jun 2005

freeNewsArticles Story Summary: “SAN CLEMENTE, Calif. - June 14 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) -- The special temper copper for the 'Impactor' on the 'Deep Impact' spacecraft was supplied by Schuur Metals Inc. (www.schuurmetals.com) in San Clemente, California. The Impactor on the Deep Impact vehicle is scheduled to collide with Comet Tempel 1 80 million miles from Earth on July the 4th, 2005. The Impactor and the Tempel 1 will collide at a relative speed 23,000 mph and will impact at a force of 4 1/2 tons of TNT.”



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SAN CLEMENTE, Calif. - June 14 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) -- The special temper copper for the "Impactor" on the "Deep Impact" spacecraft was supplied by Schuur Metals Inc. (www.schuurmetals.com) in San Clemente, California. The Impactor on the Deep Impact vehicle is scheduled to collide with Comet Tempel 1 80 million miles from Earth on July the 4th, 2005. The Impactor and the Tempel 1 will collide at a relative speed 23,000 mph and will impact at a force of 4 1/2 tons of TNT.

The collision is expected to create a crater over 300 feet in diameter and up to 100 feet deep. The "fireworks" may be visible by the naked eye from Earth. The purpose of the mission is to "give scientists a glimpse of the frozen primordial ingredients of the solar system."

Schuur Metals Inc. is pleased to have been able to provide this special product for this program.

More information: www.schuurmetals.com


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Federal Aviation Administration Recognizes Aviation Service Provider Capabilities

Author: Rose Aircraft Services, Inc.
Dateline: Tue, 08 Feb 2005

freeNewsArticles Story Summary: “MENA, AR /Send2Press Newswire/ -- Rose Aircraft Services, Inc. (www.roseaircraft.com) has received FAA approval to add new airframe and power plant ratings to its existing repair station certificate. ”



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MENA, AR /Send2Press Newswire/ -- Rose Aircraft Services, Inc. (www.roseaircraft.com) has received FAA approval to add new airframe and power plant ratings to its existing repair station certificate.


Caption: Interior of a Cessna Citation Jet refurbished by Rose Aircraft Services

According to Keith Rose, Vice President of Rose Aircraft Services, Inc,, "Under the amended certificate, Rose Aircraft Services, Inc. is now authorized to perform airframe and on wing power plant maintenance and repairs on the following aircraft; Cessna Single and Multi Engine Recip, Cessna Single and Multi Engine Turboprop, Cessna Citation Aircraft, (all models), Embraer Brasilia EMB-120 Aircraft, Raytheon Beechcraft Single and Multi Engine Recip, Raytheon Multi Engine Turboprop (King Air) Aircraft, Beechcraft 1900 Airliner and Raytheon Beechjet and Hawker Aircraft (all models) as well as Mitsubishi MU-300 (Diamond) Aircraft, (all models)."

Rose Aircraft Services, Inc. is also authorized to perform Hot Section Inspections on Pratt & Whitney PT-6 Series Power plants.

Rose Aircraft Services, Inc., is a full service Aircraft Avionics, Maintenance and Interior and Exterior Refurbishment Services Provider, located in Mena, Arkansas, M39 since 1964. FAA Certified Repair Station number CRS HR2R882K

Rose Aircraft Services, Inc., 132 Flight Lane, Post Office Box 1850, Mena, AR 71953, M39.

More information: www.roseaircraft.com


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