Rockwell Collins provides a variety of solutions to meet the operational demands and space constraints of Cargo/Utility and Attack Rotary Wing aircraft. Our reliable and maintainable modular avionics system and common digital cockpit integrate equipment ranging from navigation and communications to displays and controls. Our open systems architecture is scalable to meet varying system requirements and supports third-party development to ensure future growth.
General guidelines of the Center's activity are:
Creation and operation of launch complexes for space launch vehicles.
Conduct research and development work in space exploration maintenance.
Maintain and improve ground-based space infrastructure facilities.
Launch spacecraft under the Federal Space Program and programs of scientific and international cooperation and for the Russian Ministry of Defense.
Carry out prelaunch and launch operations.
Regarding highest requirements for corrosion resistance, strength and cost-effectiveness, we offer you three options: our mechanically lined BuBi® pipes (sizes 4“ up to 28“), our glued mechanically lined GluBi® pipes (sizes 6“ up to 18“) and our metallurgically clad pipes (sizes 4“ up to 48“).
The needs for situational awareness, reduced crew workload and enhanced levels of flight safety for the U.S. Army's Special Operations Forces (SOF) are constantly changing and Rockwell Collins continues to stay at the forefront of those evolving needs with our Common Avionics Architecture System (CAAS). Initially developed for the SOF MH-47G Chinook and MH-60L/M Black Hawk aircraft, CAAS is a fully integrated flight and mission management capability that provides exceptional mission effectiven…
Ever since stainless steel was introduced into the industry we offer you longitudinally welded pipes in outside diameters from 15 mm up to 2032 mm 80” and wall thicknesses up to 70 mm.
CubeLCT The CubeLCT is a Laser Communication Transmitter for Direct-to-Earth downlink of data developed for CubeSat mission in cooperation with DLR-IKN. Its designated goal was to the design the smallest LCT in the world, which could be recently achieved by its successfully held Critical Design Review. The CubeLCT enables through its small size, weight, and power approach new big data applications for CubeSats, making it a real game changer. To name some technical benchmarks, the CubeLCT’s si…
Control Systems Planning Systems Ground Station Systems Payload Data Processing and Data Archiving Communications and Network Systems
ILA Berlin 2018
DLR at a glance
The German Aerospace Center (DLR) is the national aeronautics and space research centre of the Federal Republic of Germany. Its extensive research and development work in aeronautics, space, energy, transport, security and digitalisation is integrated into national and international cooperative ventures. In addition to its own research, as Germany’s space agency, DLR has been given responsibility by the federal government for the planning and implementation of the German spa…