Cobham Gaisler Joins Swedish Aerospace Industries

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Cobham Gaisler AB, the Swedish subsidiary of Cobham Advanced Electronic Solutions, has recently been accepted as a member of the Swedish Aerospace Industries association. The Swedish Aerospace Industries is a non-profit association and industry organization whose purpose is to safeguard the interests of its members by representing the Swedish civil aviation and space industry on common issues where a national and industry representative association is needed, or where a joint or coordinated activity is deemed otherwise suitable.

The association functions as an interest organization by being the contact and influence agencies on common issues; cooperate with the Government Offices, the EU, authorities, the Swedish parliament, universities and colleges as well as other organizations and other relevant actors in the industry; inform, for key players in the aerospace industry, about the industry's operations and conditions; be a forum for exchange of experience, knowledge and information between the member companies; monitor important political issues for the industry in Sweden and within Europe; work for a better Swedish representation in the EU various programs that are important for the industry, both directly and by ensuring that the issues fall right within the Government Offices.

“Cobham Gaisler has grown as company in the recent years and so has our contribution to the Swedish and international space industry. Our products are sold world-wide and we have large customer base from which we derive future needs and requirements in our specific field. Being a supplier to most of the world’s space companies and research institutes gives as unparalleled insight in trends and future directions which could also the help Swedish industry and policy makers to adjust their strategy going forward,” said Sandi Habinc, general manager, Cobham Gaisler for Cobham Advanced Electronic Solutions. “As we say, everything that we do, we do - med rymden i blodet – with Space in our veins”.

“We are welcoming Cobham Gaisler as our new member of the Swedish Aerospace Industries association. We are looking forward to their positive contributions in increasing the awareness of the fundamental importance of space and aerospace in our everyday lives. I am confident that Cobham Gaisler will strengthen our association with their long experience as a global supplier of advanced processor technologies for space,” said Anders Larson, chairman for the Swedish Aerospace Industries association.



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