Combining technology, innovation and the operational experience of their people, who have served in the UK armed forces around the world, Inzpire, based in Lincoln, UK, will be demonstrating their unique capabilities at this year’s Farnborough International Airshow11-15 July 2016.
Since its inception in 2005 Inzpire has rapidly expanded its customer base by successfully developing and delivering cost effective team and collective training in synthetic and live environments across rotary, fixed wing and UAS operational training, and cutting-edge mission systems which enhance safety, improve situational awareness and improve mission performance for the UK’s armed forces and its allies.
Inzpire is a proudly British company, with an international outlook and growing international footprint. The UK team is comprised of 80% ex-military who have in excess of 100,000 hours of military fast-jet and combat helicopter experience and a combined cockpit time of over 800 years.
Trade and media visitors at Farnborough will have theopportunity to engage with the Inzpire operational team, experience technology first hand through interactive and stimulating demonstrations and see Inzpire’s disruptive approach to challenging the status quo of defence procurement in the UK.
The UK Joint Helicopter Command’s Puma Force will be on the Inzpire stand to support the declaration of Puma Mission Support System (MSS) Initial Operating Capability for Inzpire’s MSS.
Inzpire products and services at Farnborough International 2016
- GECO – Live scenarios on the Graphical Cockpit Electronic Organiser (GECO), a military grade rugged touchscreen tablet mission system, designed by Inzpire’s team of engineering experts in collaboration with aircrew. The tablet can be hand-held, knee mounted, or cockpit integrated and is suitable for platforms ranging from fighter aircraft to helicopters. By incorporating multiple functions into one easy to use app-based tablet it can be used for everything from pre-flight planning, to situational awareness and post mission analysis. GECO is in frontline operational use with the British Armed Forces and across the Royal Jordanian Air Force. It is also fielded internationally on 15 aircraft types including fighter planes and Attack and Support helicopters.
- MSS -Designed by operationally experienced Inzpire personnel, MSS delivers exacting functionality that meets current and emerging mission requirements. GECO MSS is designed around a flexible open architecture that enables it to be easily configured for any rotary or fixed wing platform and can provide coherence through interoperability with existing mission support systems. GECO MSS offers a collaborative working environment designed to meet the most exacting military client functionality and security requirements.
- Air Battlespace Training Centre (ABTC) -Inzpire team members who operate the ABTC will be on the stand during Farnborough. Combining their military ethos with an innovative approach and successful delivery led to Inzpire becoming the UK MOD’s independent partner of choice, supplying the exercise management (White Force) function at the RAF’s premier collective synthetic training facility, the Air Battlespace Training Centre. The Inzpire team’s deep understanding of the complex and wide-ranging training requirements enables it to work shoulder-to-shoulder with the ABTC military contingent, delivering UK and multi-national synthetic training exercises at networked locations around the world.
- Unmanned Ariel Systems Training – Inzpire’s team of unmanned experts have over 25,000 flying hours on UAS operations spanning numerous platforms and over 35,000 accumulated flying hours on manned aircraft. The team’s experience and expertise encompasses sensor operations and mission payload operators, to imagery analysts, intelligence specialists, maintainers, engineers and UAS pilots and operators.
Inzpire will be exhibiting at Farnborough International Airshow in Hall 1 Stand B132 from11-15 July 2016