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Award Notice: Integrate the subminiature flight safety system (sfss) into the joint air-to-surface stand-off missile (jassm), and then complete flight testing to demonstrate the sfss capability in an operational environment.
He worked for long for the Russian Transaero airline where he took part in developing and introducing the air carrier's flight safety system," it noted.
PHOENIX, March 4, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Don Bateman, corporate fellow and chief engineer technologist for Flight Safety Systems and Technology at Honeywell Aerospace (NYSE: HON), has been recognized with the 2013 Elmer A.
Mr Rooney added that although improved safety structures have been introduced, there has been little change in the actual workings of flight safety systems.
Donald Bateman is chief engineer, Flight Safety Systems, at Honeywell in Redmond, Washington.
The key technical challenges of the HTV-2 program are the design of an innovative high lift-to-drag aerodynamic shape, advanced lightweight but tough thermal protection structures, materials and fabrication technologies, autonomous hypersonic navigation guidance and control systems, and an autonomous flight safety system.
ORS-3 is the first of three flights planned to certify the integrated flight safety assembly for the Autonomous Flight Safety System (AFSS).
The tireless chief engineer for Honeywell Flight Safety Systems is usually quite bothered with commercial aviation safety, and the skies are safer as a result.