News & Events-Frazer-Nash set to exhibit at AVALON 2015

Frazer-Nash Consultancy is exhibiting at the Australian International Airshow and Aerospace and Defence Exposition (AVALON) from the 24 February to the 1 March 2015.

To be held at Avalon Airport, Victoria, the event is the essential aviation, aerospace and defence showcase for Australia and the Asia Pacific region.

Avalon attracts over 168,000 people over six days, including exhibitors from the international aerospace industry; government, military, scientific and trade delegates; along with leading aviation, aerospace and defence professionals from Australia and around the world.

Based in Hall 3, on the South Australian Defence State Stand, Frazer-Nash will draw on its comprehensive technical knowledge in the aerospace domain, as Martin Soltau, Business Manager explains:

"Frazer-Nash has a great deal of experience across the aerospace sector, and we work in partnership with procurement authorities, the regulators and across the aerospace and aviation industry. Our independent advice and engineering expertise is valued by our clients helping themto de-risk complex air systems programmes.

Our aerospace business has seen significant growth over the last few years, and we continue to invest in our local teams, with offices in Adelaide, Melbourne and Canberra. We have recently appointed Karen Bull to our business management team. Karen has extensive experience in the airline aftermarket.

We look forward to meeting as many people as we can at Avalon 2015 and to present how Frazer-Nash can add value and competitive advantage to businesses in the aerospace sector."

Frazer-Nash is renowned for its services across the complete project lifecycle ranging from research to modelling studies through to in-service support and life extension. It works closely with procurement agencies and was recently awarded a contract to provide independent technicalevaluation (ITE) to the UK Ministry of Defence Unmanned Air Systems project team (UAST). The results will provide evidence for subsequent type certification and release to service, to allow safeand airworthy operation of the unmanned aircraft under UK Military Aviation Authority regulations.