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Canada has a long and proud history of aerospace success. With aviation “firsts” and space accomplishments known around the world, Canadian aerospace companies continue to push the boundaries of air and space.
Learn about some of the most successful Canadian aerospace technologies and companies by reading the captivating AIAC Member Success Stories listed below.
MDA Canadarm: Canada’s Shuttle Remote Manipulator System – better known as the “Canadarm” – has played a vital role in human spaceflight and space activities for more than 25 years.
Neptec - LCS: The LCS is a high-precision, 3D laser scanner used by NASA to perform on-orbit inspection of the shuttle’s thermal protection system to assess damage and clear the shuttle for landing.
Rolls-Royce Canada - Training Tomorrow’s Aerospace Technicians: Rolls-Royce Canada is providing Canadian students, employees and job-seekers with hands-on aircraft engine maintenance and turbine engine inspection experience.
UTIAS - Bringing Apollo 13 Home: In 1970, calculations by a group of Canadian engineers helped Apollo 13 astronauts return safely to Earth after an explosion damaged their spacecraft and threatened their lives.
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