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156 Vaupell Inc 1A5


1144 NW 53rd, Seattle,Washington,WA 98107, United States T: + 1 206 676 8231 F: + 1 206 783 9062 E: syd.stapleton@vaupell.com W: www.vaupell.com Contact name: Syd Stapleton


Vaupell is the leading supplier globally to OEM and Tier 1 integrators of aircraft interior assemblies. Vaupell’s Aerospace Division employs 35 degreed engineers and provides fully integrated design, manufacturing and testing solutions, metal-to-plastic conversions, and leadership in new technologies, including laser metal sintering. Serving the market since 1947, Vaupell offers expertise in product and mold design, polymer selection, the molding of high- heat materials like PEEK, Ultem, Radel, and in secondary operations including assembly and qualification. Vaupell has five facilities in the US, and a Joint Venture in China that is providing cost-effective manufacturing for aircraft industry customers worldwide.


ViaSat, Inc 2D2


6155 El Camino Real, Carlsbad, California, 92009, United States T: + 1 760 476 2200 F: + 1 760 929 3941 W: www.viasat.com Contact name: Bill Sullivan


Have you seen what ViaSat can do for you in mobile broadband? With sixty aircraft flying in North America, Europe, the Caribbean, and trans-Atlantic, plus over 180 additional systems on order, we offer the only Ku-band airborne broadband system commercially licensed by the FCC. Satellite gives you higher data rates at a lower cost than competing airborne broadband systems through our ArcLight® spread spectrum technology. It’s a true broadband, always-on connection from the moment you board until the moment you step off.


VT Miltope


4900 Pearl East Circle, Suite 106, Boulder, Colorado, 80301, United States T: + 1 303 473 0388 F: + 1 303 473 0412 E: robert.guidetti@miltope.com W: www.miltope.com Contact name: Robert Guidetti


Miltope’s network product family has the required functionality necessary to create custom airborne systems similar to how business office networks are created. Our products optimize the combination of interfaces and computing resources to meet operational, spatial, and functional requirements of the simplest to most complex airborne systems at minimum cost.


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Vauth & Sohn


Hembser Str. 1, Brakel-Beller, D-33034, Germany T: + 49 052 7237 130 F: + 49 052 7266 71 E: info@vauth-sohn.com W: www.vauth-sohn.com Contact name: Mr. Jurgen Vauth


Vauth & Sohn was founded in 1967 and is a manufacturer of flame resistant cushions for aircraft applications. Our experience as one of the first manufacturers of moulded polyurethane foam for aircraft seating led us to develop the first production of non-toxic flame resistant moulded cushions for aircraft seating. Vauth & Sohn is approved to DIN EN 9100:2003 and production organisation according to EASA.part 21G. - Moulded cushions for all kind of aircraft seats. - All types of arm caps and arm cap recovering - Flame retardant foam for different applications - Special products - Flammability test laboratory.


Exhibiting on the Hanse Aerospace Wirtschaftsdienst GmbH stand.


4C5


Vision Systems Aeronautics


2B46


Route d'Irigny, ZI BP 32, Brignais, 69530, France T: + 33 4 72 31 98 10 F: + 33 4 78 05 51 96 E: nbruchet@visionsystems.fr W: www.visionsystems.fr Contact name: Nelly Bruchet


Vision Systems has the objective to become a world wide recognized key player within the aeronautics market. We develop innovative systems such as cockpit safety module, solar protections, video control, systems for IFE, and cabin management systems. After the success of presenting IFE Systems at last year’s show, Vision Systems will present an extended product range with new functionalities. A compact multimedia system with a motorized touch screen provides several customers’ advantages among those : multidirectional orientation, motorization of retractable screen, different LCD screen sizes, wireless headphone. With this new system, the passenger comfort is strongly increased during the flight.


VTR Verbindungs-Techniken-Ruether


Steinheide 43, Toenisvorst, 47918, Germany T: + 49 021 5170 1503 F: + 49 021 5170 1576 E: info@vtr-ruether.de W: www.vtr-ruether.de Contact name: Herr Rainer Ruether


The company Verbindungs-Techniken-Ruether defines itself as contact in all fixing questions, which can occur in air and space, in automotive engineering or in the marine industries. The company VTR produces the Quick Change Track Lock (QCTL) system, and „Custom made Products.” We are the general representation of the Companies CLICK BOND Inc., Paolo ASTORI srl. In addition, Erwin HALDER KG – Flightpins for Germany, Austria and Swiss. For more information, you can visit us in hall 4 booth 5C or www.VTR-Ruether.com


Exhibiting on the Hanse Aerospace Wirtschaftsdienst GmbH stand.


4C5


Proven on over 1000 flights Visit us on stand 4D15


www.aeromobile.net


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