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Leslie Laycock

Executive Scientist

BAE Systems Inc.

HQ Phone:  +44 1252 373232

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BAE Systems Inc.

6 Carlton Gardens

London, Greater London,SW1Y 5AD

United Kingdom

Company Description

At BAE Systems, we provide some of the world's most advanced technology defence, aerospace and security solutions. We employ a skilled workforce of 82,500 people in over 40 countries. Working with customers and local partners, our products and services deliv... more

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BAE Systems' ground-breaking laser airspeed sensor means more accurate data and a safer, more comfortable flight - Create the Future

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Credit: Dr Leslie Laycock, Executive Scientist at BAE Systems


www.adsadvance.co.uk

Dr Leslie Laycock, Executive Scientist at BAE Systems said: "LASSI is a ground-breaking piece of technology which is challenging the conventional method of measuring air speed.


insights.globalspec.com

"Conventional air data sensors [that] protrude from the sides of aircraft must be carefully located to work properly and are inaccurate at low airspeeds," says Dr. Leslie Laycock, executive scientist at BAE Systems.
"LASSI can be located completely inside the aircraft and is accurate at low airspeeds. It can even measure negative air velocities. These features should ensure that the equipment is robust against damage, require[s] less maintenance and [is] easier to operate at lower airspeeds." According to Laycock, a significant benefit is that LASSI has the potential to detect air speed at a distance, meaning an aircraft could predict oncoming turbulence and change course accordingly.


Tech Advanced Ltd

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Dr Leslie Laycock, executive scientist at BAE Systems said: “Conventional air data sensors which protrude from the sides of aircraft must be carefully located to work properly and are inaccurate at low airspeeds.


www.techadvanced.co.uk

Dr Leslie Laycock, executive scientist at BAE Systems said: "Conventional air data sensors which protrude from the sides of aircraft must be carefully located to work properly and are inaccurate at low airspeeds.


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