2017

  • AES to attend DSEI 2017

    AES will be exhibiting at booth s4-400 at DSEI which is being held at ExCel, London during Tuesday 12th September - Friday 15th September 2017. 

2016

2015

  • AES to attend DSEI 2015

    AES will be exhibiting at booth N9-293 at DESI which is being held at ExCel, London during Tuesday 15th to Friday 18th September 2015.

2014

2013

  • AES assists in VCP techniques

    AES assisted the Director General Logistics Support and Equipment (DGLS&E) Data Recording and Analysis and Corrective Action (DRACAS) team to assess Vehicle Corrosion Prevention techniques.

2012

  • AES Visit Germany based Army Regiments

    AES visited a number of Army Regiments in Germany, where equipment crews and maintenance personnel were given training on the oil sampling process and the diagnosis/remedial actions generated by the Machine Care Plus® service.
  • Machine Care Plus® Service supports Foxhound

    AES have been utilised by CWG to analyse fluid samples and assist in the monitoring of the engine, transmission and hydraulic systems performance of FOXHOUND, the British Army’s new Lightweight Protected Patrol Vehicle

2011

2010

  • AES are contracted by Combat Tracks Group to provide an Engineer

    AES are contracted by Combat Tracks Group to provide an Engineer to assist RETDU REME personnel with the Quality Assurance Inspections and Re-Fielding of TROJAN and TITAN vehicles that have been upgraded to the latest Build Standard by BAES GCS(V) and the Defence Support Group.
  • AES awarded a contract by the UK Ministry of Defence (MoD)

    AES awarded a contract by the UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) to provide technical support to the Titan and Trojan Engineering Tank System (ETS) Final Acceptable Build Standard (FABS) at Bovington, UK.  AES supplied Subject Matter Expertise (SME) and Trials Support Engineer to work alongside military staff from the Royal Engineers Trials and Development Unit (RETDU).
  • AES awarded a contract by the UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) Turret and Weapons Team

    AES awarded a contract by the UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) Turret and Weapons Team, Combat Tracks Group (CTG) based at MoD Abbey Wood, UK under the Framework Agreement for Technical Support (FATS) to provide a RARDEN Cannon Examination and Usage Database.  As well as the database design, development and support, AES experienced staff transferred legacy examination and usage information from hand written reports into the new database, ready for use.

2009

  • AES awarded a contract by the UK MoD to provide technical support

    AES awarded a contract by the UK MoD to provide technical support to the Titan and Trojan Engineering Tank System (ETS) Batch Test 5 at Bovington, UK.  AES supplied Subject Matter Expertise (SME) and Trials Support Engineers to work alongside military staff from the Royal Engineers Trials and Development Unit.  AES staff involved in the co-ordination, management and monitoring of all Level 1, 2 and 3 maintenance support tasks.
  • BAE Systems award AES a 1 year contract extension

    BAE Systems award AES a 1 year contract extension for the provision of oil sampling and analysis services in support of the TERRIER® Armoured Engineer Vehicle, prototype and demonstrator vehicles.  Terrier® is the replacement for the Combat Engineer Tractor (CET).
  • the UK MoD awarded AES a 10 year, Pan IPT contract for the continued provision of their Machine Care Plus®

    Following an extensive competitive tender process, the UK MoD awarded AES a 10 year, Pan IPT contract for the continued provision of their Machine Care Plus® equipment early failure detection service.  The contract, which commenced in Apr 2009, covered oil sampling and analysis of engines and major assemblies fitted to Challenger 2 (CR2) Main Battle Tank (MBT), Challenger Armoured Repair and Recovery Vehicle (CRARRV), Warrior (WR) Infantry Fighting Vehicle, AS90 Self-Propelled Artillery System, Titan and Trojan Engineering Tank Systems (ETS) and Beach Recovery Vehicle (BRV), fielded by UK land forces in the UK, Germany, Canada and on operations world-wide.
  • The Royal Army of Oman (RAO) awards AES a 3 year extension

    The Royal Army of Oman (RAO) awards AES a 3 year extension to their Machine Care Plus® contract for the provision of oil sampling and analysis services.  In addition, the scope of the contract is increased and includes support for Challenger 2 (CR2) Main Battle Tank (MBT), Challenger Armoured Repair and Recovery Vehicle (CRARRV), M60 MBT, G6 Self-Propelled Howitzer and Piranha Armoured Personnel Carrier (APC).

2008

  • Machine Care Plus® application made available via the Defence Information Infrastructure

    Machine Care Plus® application made available via the Defence Information Infrastructure (DII) and the Internet.  Following a successful collaborative project between AES, the UK MoD  and others, AES application server hosted in The Land Environment Portal (TLEP).  TLEP is a secure shared-working environment that enables industry and military organisations to share information and work collaboratively on projects.  Hosting of the AES application on TLEP is a significant achievement for the AES early failure detection service as user access to information, such as diagnosis and remedial actions, is much more efficient.

2007

2006

  • Royal Army of Oman (RAO) desert Challenger 2

    Royal Army of Oman (RAO) desert Challenger 2 (CR2) Main Battle Tank (MBT), Driver Training Tank (DTT) and Challenger Armoured Repair and Recovery Vehicle (CRARRV) fleets added to AES Machine Care Plus® service.

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