SMS enters licence with Boeing

STRUCTURAL Monitoring Systems has entered into a commercial licence agreement with US aircraft manufacturer Boeing. The agreement establishes the commercial terms and Boeing proprietary information access rights to enable the company’s trademarked Comparative Vacuum Monitoring systems to be manufactured, certified, sold and distributed by the company to the operators of Boeing commercial aircraft.The agreement also establishes the terms under which Boeing will provide technical services and assistance to the company.The Osborne Park-based company is also involved with Boeing, the US Federal Aviation Administration and two US airline operators to have CVM technology approved. This program is scheduled to be completed during the second half of 2006.


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