GA-ASI Signs New MoU with Conflux
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Mar 3, 2023

GA-ASI Signs New MoU with Conflux

  • UAS Leader Continues Its Collaboration With Longtime Australian Industry Partner

In an effort to further advance its Additive Manufacturing capability, General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Inc. (GA-ASI) has established a new Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with its longtime partner Conflux Technology. The new MOU, signed this week at the AVALON 2023 Australian International Airshow and Aerospace & Defence Exposition, is the culmination of several years of collaborative work between GA-ASI and Conflux to build a flight-qualified Fuel Oil Heat Exchanger (FOHE) for GA-ASI platforms.

“We continue to work closely with Conflux on the design and manufacture of FOHE for our aircraft,” said Ken Loving, GA-ASI Regional Vice President for Indo-Pacific. “Through this new MOU, we will establish a clear path to production for the heat exchanger components used by multiple GA-ASI production lines.”

GA-ASI is a leading developer of unmanned aircraft, and Conflux is a thermal management system solution company headquartered in Australia. Conflux is an industry-leading expert, mastering Additive Manufacturing (AM) for heat exchanger applications.

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“Our continued partnership with General Atomics is a milestone for the commercialization of additively manufactured heat exchangers within the aerospace and defence markets, carrying the significant weight and performance benefits offered by these technologies towards production,” said Abe Masoud, Conflux Business Development Manager - North America.