AERALIS RECEIVES FURTHER SUPPORT FROM THE ROYAL AIR FORCE RAPID CAPABILITIES OFFICE

Pioneering military aerospace company AERALIS has today announced that it has received significant further investment from the Royal Air Force’s Rapid Capabilities Office (RCO) in line with the wider PYRAMID programme. 

In February of 2021 AERALIS agreed a three-year contract with the Royal Air Force’s RCO for research and development into a new modular approach to the design and development of future aircraft. With the first phase successfully completed, AERALIS is delighted to announce Phase 2 of the programme that will provide a route to exploit the potential of PYRAMID, the Ministry of Defence’s open mission system architecture. 

AERALIS’ unique modular system enables air forces to ‘buy once and adapt’ fleet aircraft throughout their operational life, maximising lifetime value

The AERALIS system is digital from design to the front line, and will deliver a data-driven revolution in air crew training

In addition, within the framework of the UK MOD’s Combat Air Strategy, AERALIS is engaged with UK MOD and its procurement arm Defence, Equipment & Support to explore potential avenues of further collaboration. The areas under consideration are over and above avionics system development and aim to realise broader technology and enterprise benefits such as digitisation that will support the MOD’s Technology Initiative for Combat Air Systems of the future. 

AERALIS is already at the forefront of the military aviation industry with its unique innovative design for a modular military jet. The early incorporation of digital qualifications and certification to inform regulatory updates through the development of the aircraft is another ground-breaking step for the future development of military aircraft. 

“We are delighted to be able to announce the next phase of our contract with the RCO. Over the last year we have delivered some exciting insights into the digital backbone required for the development of new military aircraft, and we look forward to continuing this important work in partnership with the RAF.”

Tristan Crawford, AERALIS CEO