Last week, Head of Products Jonny Smith had the privilege of representing Inzpire during a reception at Windsor Castle for winners of the 2020 and 2021 Queen’s Award for Enterprise.
The event was attended by over 400 Queen’s Award winners and was hosted by His Royal Highness (HRH) The Prince of Wales, along with several other members of the Royal Family and the UK Government.
Jonny was fortunate enough to be selected for a conversation with the distinguished guests, during which His Royal Highness was interested to learn more about the company’s work both in the UK and overseas. He is pictured below chatting to The Prince of Wales - we really would love to know what is being discussed!
Inzpire’s won its second Queen’s Award for Enterprise in Innovation in April 2021, with the company’s GECO Mission Support System being recognised as an exceptional display of innovative thinking.
Inzpire initially won the Queen’s Award for Enterprise: Innovation in 2014 for the GECO tablet alone. Since then, the company’s mission systems experts have been working tirelessly to enhance the capability in to a full system, allowing aircrew to plan, fly and debrief missions from beginning to end. The system can now be used by multiple aircraft at once, and allows communications between aircraft during flight using an instant messaging tool.
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Al Sutherland has been awarded an AOC 1 Group Commendation for his exemplary work on the transition from the Defence Synthetic Air-Land Training (DSALT) programme to Gladiator.
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