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The Aviation Services Research Centre 2017
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A renewed collaborative agreement with The Boeing Company (Boeing) and the opening of advanced facilities are set to enhance the leadership role of PolyU’s Aviation Service Research Centre (ASRC) in aerospace innovation.
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HAESL has recently donated a low-pressure compressor fan blade assembly to the Aviation Services Research Centre (ASRC), co-founded by The Hong Kong …
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Hong Kong Aircraft Engineering Company (HAECO) take delivery Recording System for Aircraft Components (RSAC) unit. This integrated system was developed by the ASRC and supports MRO shipping and receiving operations by providing automated imaging & metadata capture. Congratulations to the joint ASRC & HAECO team for reaching yet another milestone in innovation!

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Take a look at one of our completed projects here at the ASRC!

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ASRC top engineers connect with industry at this week's #singaporeairshow2018

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See this article published on MRO-NETWORK.COM by our very own ASRC Chief Executive Officer, Mark Hayman!

With growing airline traffic, it is time for an Asian regional equivalent of the FAA.
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Meet Joe, Bob, and Dave. Three very hard workers here at the ASRC! Joe conducts automated scanning of engine blades, Bob automates torque testing, and Dave expedites nuts and bolt sorting. Alternative solutions to tedious but necessary MRO tasks!

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2018 begins with the arrival of new and exciting equipment! With new MRO projects on the horizon, the ASRC team is excited to address some of the industry's prevalent challenges. Stay tuned!

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Our ASRC damage scanner prototype (nicknamed "Blue") will capture 3D images of impact-affected areas, to support the rapid manufacture of aircraft parts. A real-time solution to bespoke parts fabrication.

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See what's happening at the Aviation Services Research Centre!

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Industry HS&E partners visit the ASRC, to discuss health and safety considerations for next generation modular aircraft docking stations!

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