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People John Rosenthal to head BAeCAM appoints new Westland unit computers man to head up CIM marketing team Westland Group plc, the aerospace group, has appointed Mr John to diversification, BAeCAM will BAeCAM, the industrial automa­ Rosenthal managing director of be responsible for establishing the Westland Industries. tion arm of BAe, has appointed Tony Christian as sales and aero-industry leader as a major This new unit, which has its marketing manager, to head up supplier in the CIM market — headquarters at Weston-super- the marketing team for its range of Cimitar having been created for Mare, has been formed by bringing BAe's use but developed with an computer aided manufacturing together Wesland Industrial eye to the wider marketplace. products. Products, suppliers of aircraft Tony Christian, 36, comes dir­ components, Westland Design Tony Christian sees his appoint­ ectly from Davy Computing (part Services, which provides design ment as indicative of BAe's prag­ and technical services to industry, of the Davy Corporation) where matic approach to the future: Westland System Assessment, he was marketing director for its "BAe has succeeded because of specialists in defence analysis and CAD and CAM products. He will its expertise and the commitment be based at BAeCAM headquarters operational support and training of its staff — those qualities have in Preston. systems and the Westland Heliport also ensured that its computer in Battersea, south east London. deputy managing director of BAeCAM has been formed to systems are world-beaters. Now other manufacturers, in whatever Mr Rosenthal was previously Westland Helicopters Limited. enable BAe to market its own industry, can benefit from our manufacturing control software experience and expertise." system, Cimitar, to other industry sectors. Cimitar is already in use One of Tony Christian's first throughout the aerospace giant. responsibilities is to further estab­ President of Special As part of BAe's commitment lish BAeCAM in the US. Devices division Craig E. Ebner has been named experience, including ten years in president of Litton's Special Litton engineering and manage­ Devices division, based in Spring­ ment posts. Since 1986, he has field, Pa. been vice president and general The division is a unit of Litton's manager of Litton's Special Devices Servo Components group. It pro­ division. vides cockpit displays, avionics He holds a master of business products and actuators for the administratio n degree from aerospace market and search and Widener University, Chester, Pa., rescue products for the marine and a bachelor of science degree and aerospace markets. in electrical engineering from Pennsylvania State University. Ebner has 29 years of industrial MD at GEC-Plessey and Electronic Engineering. Ini­ Avionics tially, Ray Mathews worked in the Underwater Systems Division and later as a senior systems engineer working on Sea Eagle GEC-Marconi has appointed Ray and anti-ship missile projects, Mathews as managing director of anti-radar missile. Promotion GEC-Plessey Avionics Ltd, lead continued steadily; in 1986 he was contractor of several major NATO appointed divisional manager and projects, based in Havant. in 1988 director of Guided Born in London and educated Weapons Division. In August at Sheffield University he joined 1990 he was appointed head of Marconi Defence Systems at the newly formed Commercial Stanmore in 1970 following his Systems Division as director. graduation with Hons in Electrical 36 AIRCRAFT ENGINEERING — June 1991 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology Emerald Publishing

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Emerald Publishing
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John Rosenthal to head BAeCAM appoints new Westland unit computers man to head up CIM marketing team Westland Group plc, the aerospace group, has appointed Mr John to diversification, BAeCAM will BAeCAM, the industrial automa­ Rosenthal managing director of be responsible for establishing the Westland Industries. tion arm of BAe, has appointed Tony Christian as sales and aero-industry leader as a major This new unit, which has its marketing manager, to head up supplier in the CIM market — headquarters at Weston-super- the marketing team for its range of Cimitar having been created for Mare, has been formed by bringing BAe's use but developed with an computer aided manufacturing together Wesland Industrial eye to the wider marketplace. products. Products, suppliers of aircraft Tony Christian, 36, comes dir­ components, Westland Design Tony Christian sees his appoint­ ectly from Davy Computing (part Services, which provides design ment as indicative of BAe's prag­ and technical services to industry, of the Davy Corporation) where matic approach to the future: Westland System Assessment, he was marketing director for its "BAe has succeeded because of specialists in defence analysis and CAD and CAM products. He will its expertise and the commitment be based at BAeCAM headquarters operational support and training of its staff — those qualities have in Preston. systems and the Westland Heliport also ensured that its computer in Battersea, south east London. deputy managing director of BAeCAM has been formed to systems are world-beaters. Now other manufacturers, in whatever Mr Rosenthal was previously Westland Helicopters Limited. enable BAe to market its own industry, can benefit from our manufacturing control software experience and expertise." system, Cimitar, to other industry sectors. Cimitar is already in use One of Tony Christian's first throughout the aerospace giant. responsibilities is to further estab­ President of Special As part of BAe's commitment lish BAeCAM in the US. Devices division Craig E. Ebner has been named experience, including ten years in president of Litton's Special Litton engineering and manage­ Devices division, based in Spring­ ment posts. Since 1986, he has field, Pa. been vice president and general The division is a unit of Litton's manager of Litton's Special Devices Servo Components group. It pro­ division. vides cockpit displays, avionics He holds a master of business products and actuators for the administratio n degree from aerospace market and search and Widener University, Chester, Pa., rescue products for the marine and a bachelor of science degree and aerospace markets. in electrical engineering from Pennsylvania State University. Ebner has 29 years of industrial MD at GEC-Plessey and Electronic Engineering. Ini­ Avionics tially, Ray Mathews worked in the Underwater Systems Division and later as a senior systems engineer working on Sea Eagle GEC-Marconi has appointed Ray and anti-ship missile projects, Mathews as managing director of anti-radar missile. Promotion GEC-Plessey Avionics Ltd, lead continued steadily; in 1986 he was contractor of several major NATO appointed divisional manager and projects, based in Havant. in 1988 director of Guided Born in London and educated Weapons Division. In August at Sheffield University he joined 1990 he was appointed head of Marconi Defence Systems at the newly formed Commercial Stanmore in 1970 following his Systems Division as director. graduation with Hons in Electrical 36 AIRCRAFT ENGINEERING — June 1991

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Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace TechnologyEmerald Publishing

Published: Jun 1, 1991

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