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  Capabilities - BAE Systems
BAE Systems is a global leader in the design, development, production and support of armoured combat vehicles, major and minor calibre naval guns and missile launchers, canisters, artillery systems and intelligent munitions.
BAE Systems has a breadth of capabilities and is delivering high performance through a range of warships, submarines, auxiliary vessel programmes and naval armaments.
BAE Systems is well positioned to play a key role in this developing market, where protecting people, assets and infrastructure, and maintaining national security and economic stability are paramount.
www.baesystems.com /Capabilities   (228 words)

  Lancashire County Council: Lancashire Profile
BAE Systems is Lancashire's largest single industrial employer by a large measure and is at the apex of the aerospace supply chain in the County.
BAE Systems, as prime contractor to this government-to-government agreement has overall responsibility for delivering the entire contract which calls for the provision of a complete defence package.
BAE Systems estimate that these company activities directly provide 17,500 jobs across the North West Region with a further 18,500 supported indirectly through partnerships, joint ventures and its supply chain (with 1,270 first tier suppliers alone in the region).
www.lancashire.gov.uk /environment/lancashireprofile/aero/baesystems.asp   (1933 words)

  BAE Systems - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
BAE Systems Land Systems was created in 2004 to consolidate BAE Systems’ land warfare systems expertise by bringing together RO Defence and the newly acquired Alvis Vickers.
BAE Systems North America’s headquarters are in Rockville, Maryland and the division has facilities in 30 US states and Washington D.C. Perhaps the single most important division of BAE Systems, it is the business which gives BAE Systems access to the American aerospace and defence market.
BAE Systems manufactures the wings for the entire Airbus family, the A300, A310, A318, A319, A320, A321, A330, A340, A350 (yet to be formally launched) and A380 (right).
www.palmdale.us /project/wikipedia/index.php/BAE_Systems   (2868 words)

 BAE Systems - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
BAE was formed on November 30, 1999 with the merger of British Aerospace (BAe) and Marconi Electronic Systems (MES), the defence arm of The General Electric Company (GEC).
BAE and Finmeccanica announced the intention to dissolve their partnership in the AMS joint venture with AMS' UK and Italian operations to be taken over by the respective partners.
Various undertakings were given by BAE Systems in 2000 to the Department of Trade and Industry which prevented a reference of the merger to the Monopolies and Mergers Commission (now the Competition Commission).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/BAE_Systems   (2766 words)

 BAe Systems
BAe Systems is to invest £18m at the Govan and Scotstoun shipyards on the Clyde, including the modernisation of the docks, new offices and the creation of 400 jobs.
BAe Systems is to acquire a 29% stake in Alvis, the armoured vehicle manufacturer, from GKN for £73m.
BAe Systems is to shed 1,000 jobs at the Govan and Scotstoun shipyards on the Clyde and a further 150 at Barrow, despite winning part of a £4.5bn contract to build six Type 45 destroyers for the Royal Navy.
www.ukbusinesspark.co.uk /bas13172.htm   (1933 words)

 BAE Systems - Backgrounder   (Site not responding. Last check: )
BAE Systems is a leader in the design, development and production of combat vehicles, artillery, naval guns, missile launchers and precision munitions used by the U.S. Department of Defense and allies worldwide.
BAE Systems is at the forefront of research, development and design technologies necessary for advanced armored combat vehicles, artillery, naval guns, missile launchers and precision munitions.
BAE Systems intends to increase revenues, profitability and shareholder value by expanding its role as a leading systems integrator and prime contractor to the U.S. Department of Defense and allied militaries.
www.uniteddefense.com /co/backgrounder.htm   (560 words)

 Scotsman.com News - BAE Systems   (Site not responding. Last check: )
BAE Systems, the defence giant, is close to selling its stake in Airbus for up to £3bn this year to fund a deal in the US.
BAE Systems is to sell some Edinburgh offices it owns as part of a £350 million injection into its £3 billion UK pension deficit this year, the company said yesterday, as it unveiled a 16 per cent jump in yearly earnings.
BAE SYSTEMS saw its shares soar 6.4 per cent or 22.2p to 370p last night after it was named as...
news.scotsman.com /topics.cfm?tid=740   (465 words)

 BAE Systems Land Systems - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
BAE Systems Land Systems was a division of BAE Systems now part of BAE Systems Land and Armaments.
Land Systems was created in September 2004 when BAE merged the newly acquired Alvis Vickers business with RO Defence to create an integrated land warfare systems business.
In March 2005 BAE Systems announced the acquisition of United Defense Industries (UDI), a major US land systems company.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/BAE_Systems_Land_Systems   (174 words)

 BAE Systems
BAE Systems is the premier global defence and aerospace company
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www.baesystems.de   (49 words)

 BAE Systems at AllExperts
BAE was formed on 30th November 1999 with the merger of British Aerospace (BAe) and Marconi Electronic Systems (MES), the defence arm of The General Electric Company (GEC).
BAE and Finmeccanica announced the intention to dissolve their partnership in the AMS joint venture with AMS' UK and Italian operations to be taken over by the respective partners.
Various undertakings were given by BAE Systems in 2000 to the Department of Trade and Industry which prevented a reference of the merger to the Monopolies and Mergers Commission (now the Competition Commission).
en.allexperts.com /e/b/ba/bae_systems.htm   (3280 words)

 BAE Systems Meltdown
BAE Systems may have changed its name, but it has not lost any of its capacity to shock.
The City thought BAE had got all of the bad news out of the way two years ago when it announced it was taking a £525m charge, £300m of which related to delays and cost overruns on the Nimrod programme.
BAE was supposed to have overcome its vulnerability to shocks like this by widening its geographic spread and concentrating its mix of businesses.
www.angloarabia.com /meltdown.html   (1190 words)

 BAE SYSTEMS Achieves AS 9100 Registration
BAE SYSTEMS Flight Systems is one of the first three companies to obtain registration to the new standard from BSI, Inc. With this certification, Flight Systems demonstrates the company's continued commitment to providing products, services and solutions of the highest quality standards.
To be certified, Flight Systems had to refine their Quality Management System (QMS), which had met the previous registration requirements of the ISO 9000:1994 standards.
BAE SYSTEMS North America employs 22,000 people in the design, development, integration, manufacture and support of a wide range of advanced aerospace products and intelligent electronic systems for government and commercial customers.
www.bsiamericas.com /AboutBSIInc/BSIIncNews/BAE.xalter   (624 words)

 Eurofighter Typhoon - Nothing Comes Close
BAE SYSTEMS is a systems company, innovating for a safer world.
BAE SYSTEMS designs, manufactures and supports military aircraft, surface ships, submarines, radar, avionics, communications, electronics, guided weapon systems and a range of other defence products.
BAE SYSTEMS is dedicated to making the intelligent connections needed to deliver innovative solutions.
www.eurofighter.com /Organisation/BAESYSTEMS   (118 words)

 CNN.com - BAE considers U.S. defence bid - June 10, 2002
BAE is a partner with Lockheed Martin in the Joint Strike Fighter - the world’s largest-ever military aircraft development.
BAE (BA-) is one of two companies to express an interest in TRW.
BAE shares were down 4 percent at 360 pence in midday London trading on Monday.
archives.cnn.com /2002/BUSINESS/06/10/bae.trw.talks/index.html   (421 words)

 BAE Systems Australia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
BAE Systems recent Advanced Digital HF Radar Receiver project, with a concept to completion time of just 6 months, involved the development of five multilayer boards featuring highperformance linear amplifiers and RF filters, highspeed A/D converters plus Gigabyte Ethernet and USB2 I/O services.
BAE Systems' engineers successfully completed the complex Advanced Digital HF Radar Receiver within the allotted time-fame where its advanced features and high RF/data performance were then ready to extend the capabilities of the OTHR system.
BAE Systems designs, manufactures, and supports military aircraft, surface ships, submarines, space systems, radar, avionics, electronic systems, guided weapons and a range of other defence products, many of these with international partners.
www.altium.com /?code=3042bae   (834 words)

 CSC: CSC Guides BAE Systems Through PeopleSoft Upgrade
BAE Systems NA, working with CSC PeopleSoft specialists, completed its upgrade from PeopleSoft 7.51 to PeopleSoft 8.8 in August 2004.
By June 2003, all of BAE Systems NA was running payroll and human resources on one of two instances of PeopleSoft.
The working relationship between BAE Systems and CSC helped smooth this phase of the project; when CSC had a more difficult time than expected installing the new hardware and software infrastructure, the client worked with CSC to test and fine-tune the problematic systems.
www.csc.com /solutions/enterprisesolutions/casestudies/2469.shtml   (1082 words)

 Corporate Responsibility - BAE Systems
BAE Systems recognises its responsibilities to the people it employs, its customers and suppliers, its shareholders, the wider community and to the environment.
We aim through this website and our corporate reporting to provide information and demonstrate through our performance that BAE Systems is both a responsible corporate citizen and a responsible defence company.
BAE Systems plc is a member of Business in the Community and is also included in both the Dow Jones Sustainability World Index and the pan European Dow Jones STOXX Sustainability Index.
www.baesystems.com /CorporateResponsibility   (234 words)

 BAE Systems North America: Business Units
BAE Systems Armament Systems Division (ASD) is the leading source of major caliber gun system solutions for the U.S. armed forces, and a key supplier of launching systems for the U.S. Navy.
BAE Systems Steel Products Division (SPD) is a leading developer and producer of track components for military vehicles as well as advanced track solutions that extend the life and provide improved ride quality.
BAE Systems Land Systems is part of the Land and Armaments Group.
www.na.baesystems.com /landArmaments.cfm   (1733 words)

 UGS: About Us: Customer Case Studies and Videos: BAE Systems
BAE SYSTEMS is responsible for providing the infrared (IR) seeker subsystem containing an infrared detector, stabilized on a two-axis integrated gimbal assembly (IGA).
The system modal response was then used in a forced response analysis to predict the dynamic stresses on the components under the various random vibration and shock loads.
By using a forced response approach, a single set of system modal results could be used to predict all component responses under any random, shock or transient input, greatly reducing analysis time.
www.ugs.com /about_us/success/bae.shtml   (963 words)

 Scotsman.com Business - BAE wants London's backing for China
BAE has become Europe’s largest defence company by revenue thanks largely to sales in the United States, a military market bigger than those of western Europe combined and analysts said the political standoff between the US and Europe on lifting the China arms embargo was ticklish for it.
BAE said it planned to sell up to 15.175 million shares in a placing, which is expected to be priced after the close of London trade tomorrow.
BAE had said in early December it would take a knife to the 35 per cent stake it took in Saab in 1998 for £269 million, shortly after announcing it planned to let the Swedish company take control of Gripen International, the marketing arm of their fighter-jet joint venture.
business.scotsman.com /index.cfm?id=202272005   (667 words)

 BAE Systems
BAE SYSTEMS is a systems company innovating for a safer world and delivering total solutions to customer requirements, from the outermost reaches of space to the depths of the oceans.
BAE SYSTEMS prime contracting capability combines key in-depth skills in systems, defence and aerospace, enabling it to manage the most complex high-level systems tasks and provide total solutions.
BAE SYSTEMS and other leading companies in the global aerospace and defence industry are using Exostar to transform their supply chains and collaborative design environments.
www.checksure.biz /ftse_100_companies/bae_systems.htm   (437 words)

Globally BAe Systems is the second largest defence contractor and the joint third largest aerospace and defence company.
“BAe Systems has the size and capability to ensure it takes a lead role in the global consolidation of the aerospace and defence sector”, explained Mr Weston.
BAe Systems has announced a strong programme-led organisation to provide real focus on the customer and to deliver significant synergy savings for the new merged company.
www.global-defence.com /2000/pages/bae.html   (1692 words)

 BAE Systems --  Encyclopædia Britannica
Ralph Baer, a television engineer and manager at the military electronics firm of Sanders Associates (now part of BAE Systems), began in the late 1960s to develop technology and design games that could be played on television sets.
The major parts of the system are the lymph nodes, tonsils, thymus, spleen, and lymphatic vessels; additional lymphatic tissue is found in isolated patches in the gastrointestinal tract, lungs, and bone marrow.
The endocrine system is a complex system of glands that secrete hormones throughout the body.
www.britannica.com /eb/article-9126452   (880 words)

 Case Study - BAE SYSTEMS (Eurofighter)
BAE SYSTEMS manages some of its most complex projects in the UK, USA, and Australia, with Welcom’s Open Plan and Cobra project management tools.
BAE SYSTEMS uses the Baan Enterprise Resource Planning System for purchasing, finance, and manufacturing, and its integration with Open Plan and Cobra was key.
BAE SYSTEMS Australia, long-time users of Open Plan and Cobra, has already chosen the next generation of Welcom’s project management tools for their project collaboration needs.
www.welcom.com /content.cfm?page=211   (974 words)

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