#SMEsuccess Oxford Space Systems  

Oxford Space Systems, based at the Harwell Campus Space Cluster, develop deployable structures for the space sector, collaboratively working with global space companies. The company, which has 17 employees, currently works in three principle areas of development: deployable panels, flexible composite boom systems and large deployable antennas.

Materials themed dissemination event  

NATEP ‘Materials Themed’ dissemination event.

30th January 2017 @ 9:30 am – 4:00 pm

Westmoreland Mechnical Testing & Research
19 Wildmere Road
Banbury, Oxfordshire,  OX16 3JU


Trackwise Improved Harness Technology™ achieves major milestone


AVPE is a stand out organisation – working with two separate AGP initiatives, benefiting from continuous improvement programme SC21, and funding for an innovative project from NATEP.

New technologies for the aero engine supply chain, 18 Jan 2017
Rolls-Royce, Derby - Organised by Midlands Aerospace Alliance

This event will showcase new technologies being developed for aero engines by UK companies supported by NATEP
These projects encompass new product and process technologies along the whole product lifecycle from design to manufacturing and to MRO.
Rolls-Royce is the end user on 12 of the NATEP projects and has kindly agreed to host this event at its superb Learning and Development Centre in Derby.

The event will be opened by Simon Burr, Director, Engineering & Technology - Civil Aerospace, Rolls-Royce.