Welcome to the RAeS Weapon Systems & Technology Group

The Weapons Systems and Technology Group covers all aspects of air, ground and sea launched weapons systems. It examines the design and development of individual components and their integration into working systems and covers aerodynamics, avionics, propulsion, guidance, armament and evasion systems

In This Section

  • Events

    Details on forthcoming RAeS Weapon Systems & Technology Conferences, Lectures & Seminars

  • Committee

    Meet the people who drive the Weapon System & Technology Group’s activities

  • Contact Us

    Contact the Group or join the Weapon Systems & Technology Mailing List

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NEWS AND EVENTS

  • 20 Oct
    Corporate Partner Event

    Corporate Partner Briefing by Sir Peter Luff, MP for Mid Worcestershire, House of Commons

    Sir Peter will draw on his experience of the 2010 SDSR and of the development and publication of the 2012 White Paper, “National Security Through Technology” as well as his involvement In the Defence Growth Partnership, to reflect on what industry should expect – and seek – in the 2015 SDSR.

  • 21 Oct
    Conference

    Alternative Fuels and Propulsion Systems

    The aim of this conference is to assess how aviation's impact on the environment can be reduced. The latest low carbon propulsion and fuel options for aviation will be reviewed and key questions will be addressed.

  • 24 Oct
    Conference

    Civil Aircraft Technology Enabled Services – A First Step Towards Achieving Maintenance Credits

    Following on from two previous related events, the aim of this workshop will be to initiate a process that delivers an industry-wide approach towards achieving Maintenance Credits and will focus on two areas in particular: • Data interoperability standards • Early engagement with regulatory bodies when introducing new IVHM technologies Related areas including the process of achieving maintenance credits, the required evidence base and regulatory hurdles will also be considered.

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