LHR Terminal 4 OPC Server Upgrade

LHR Terminal 4 OPC Server Upgrade Project Background This project was driven by a need for change arising from the deployment into the Terminal 4 Production environment of a new model of PLC. Heathrow Airport Ltd. (HAL) mandate that for components of the Baggage Handling System, manufacturer technical and product

Food and Beverage Success Story

Food and Beverage Success Story A food processing plant with limited space on its existing plant needed to find a way of increasing productivity while staying within the existing system footprint.  Using modern sugar feed delivery techniques, improved product mixing, canning, and lidding machines integrated with the existing system the

AAC Among First in the UK to Sign IET Concordat

AAC recently became an enterprise partner with the Institute of Engineering and Technology (IET). The new President, Dr Peter Bonfield OBE, will use his year-long term of office to champion the professionalism of engineers and technicians in a bid to improve skills, ethics and competency across the engineering and technology

House of Commons Aviation Reception

AAC Managing Director, Stuart Brown and Business Development Manager, Mike Connelly enjoyed an excellent afternoon networking with colleagues from across the aviation industry at this years House of Commons Aviation Reception. The keynote speech was delivered by Baroness Vere, the recently appointed Minister for Aviation. ‘To be invited to events,

AAC Making Heathrow History!

After 47 years Heathrow Airport’s Terminal 1 closed its doors to passengers for the last time in 2015. British European Airways was the first operator to fly from Terminal 1 when it was opened by the Queen in May 1968. The closure allowed for the expansion of Terminal 2 known as