Collaborators and Partners

BAE Systems
BAE Systems
BAE Systems is our main fund provider and the lead for this project. Significant number of Brough Employees are directly or indirectly supporting the design and the build of the Seaplane. All the Technology demonstration activities are also lead by BAE Systems Avionics engineers at Brough Site.
RexRob Engineering
RexRob Engineering
With the ability to machine all materials from plastic to super alloys, RexRob Engineering are providing support in fabrication of removable joints and bespoke fasteners.  They are also  providing space to assemble the plane during the final Rigging stage.
Supercraft Supercraft
Supercraft manufactures pipes, ducts and welded assemblies for the Aerospace Industry and is one of the residents of the Humber Enterprise Park. They are providing the floats, pipes and some of the precision fittings for the Seaplane.
Cablescan Cablescan
Cablescan manufactures and develops high performance electrical cable assemblies and control panels for the aerospace industry and are providing the cable assemblies for the Seaplane.
South Hunsley School
South Hunsley School
A team of Students at South Hunsley are designing the Crash Survivable housing for the Black Box as a part of the Robert Blackburn Scholarship
One by One One by One
One by One Originations provided advise on the type and suitability of the material for different parts of the airframe and supplied the required wood.
Belair Kits BelairKits
Belair Kits offer the largest range of parts sets for model airplanes in Europe. They provided support and advice in developing the Laser cut ribs and detail parts. Quality of the delivered parts were exceptional with a very quick turn around time.
Brammer
Brammer
Brammers supplied the requested parts on behalf of the team as most parts could not be purchased via the formal BAE Systems Procurement process.
Kildale Marine
Kildale Mariner
Kildale Marine identified and supplied the required adhesive to join the laser-cut Ribs to the Aluminium Spar.