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Ubisense has one goal: to revolutionise the world’s ability to locate, connect and manage industrial processes, making them more productive, flexible, profitable and safe.
Headquartered in Cambridge UK, Ubisense has offices in France, Germany, North America, Canada and Japan, supported by a network of highly skilled partners around the globe. Together we’re able to tackle real-world problems that span disciplines and traditional silos.
For over a century, UCLA Extension has helped prepare people to live better lives through the power of education.
As one of the nation’s oldest, largest and most comprehensive continuing and professional studies providers, UCLA Extension gives you a wide range of options to advance in your career, switch careers, or achieve personal growth.
Since its foundation in 2001, UCONSYSTEM has continued to persist in walking down the single path of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) under the leadership of the driving forces behind the development of the first army corps UAVs to have been developed, mass produced, and deployed in Korea.
By selecting and focusing our efforts in one field, we came to pioneer the localization of UAV equipment, and in 2008 we developed a military reconnaissance UAVs and supplied the second domestic military UAVs to be used by the Korean armed forces.
UFA serves the Air Traffic Management industry with comprehensive simulation systems widely used for controller training, ATM research, airport planning, airside driver training, and testing of operational systems. Our Tower simulator, Radar simulator, and other ATC simulation products are used by the world’s leading Air Navigation Service Providers, Military Organizations and Universities.
UFP Technologies is a producer of innovative, custom-engineered case and inserts, tool control kits, and uniform gear for the aerospace and defense industries. The company works as an extension of its customers' R&D and manufacturing teams to provide highly engineered solutions using the world’s most advanced materials and processes. Our aerospace and defense facilities in Huntsville, AL, and Kissimmee, FL, specialize in the rapid design, prototype, and production of solutions for mission critical applications.
The State Concern "Ukroboronprom" was created in 2010 for management of the enterprises of the military-industrial complex.
Today, SC "Ukroboronprom" unites more than 100 enterprises-participants in 5 major defence industry sectors, particularly in armament and military equipment development and manufacture, scientific research and export-import operations.
"Ukroboronprom" has more than 10 design bureaus, engaged in development, design and research, enabling State Concern to implement new solutions and innovations.
Russian Helicopters is a leading player in the global helicopter industry, the sole Russian rotorcraft designer and manufacturer and one of the few companies worldwide with the capability to design, manufacture, service and test modern civilian and military helicopters. Russian Helicopters is part of State Corporation Rostec.
Ulbrich Wire Group custom engineers precision wire products including; Fine Wire, Round Wire, Flat Wire, Square Wire, Shaped Profiles and PV Ribbon products. The Ulbrich Wire Group of companies are divisions of Ulbrich Stainless Steels and Special Special Metals, Inc. Our wire facilities have over 40 years of experience producing thousands of unique shapes and sizes for markets including; Aerospace, Electronics Medical, Industrial, Power Generation, Solar, Oil & Gas, and many more.
What is now Ulbrich Stainless Steels & Special Metals, Inc. began in 1924 when Fred Ulbrich, Sr. started a scrap metal reselling business at One Dudley Ave. in Wallingford, CT. Fred, Sr. soon began manufacturing cutlery, and during World War II was awarded the contract to supply stainless steel knives for the U.S. Army’s mess kits. This contract allowed the company to purchase its first rolling mill, which was instrumental in transforming Ulbrich from a utensils-based manufacturer to a custom stainless steel strip operation in the post-World War II era.
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