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MALAYSIA WANT TO BECOME GLOBAL AEROSPACE HUB!

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia wants to be a global centre for the aerospace industry as well as a preferred location for business expansion and strategic partnerships in the Asia-Pacific region.

In a statement, the Ministry of Finance said to further promote the growth of the aerospace industry in Malaysia and to attract more foreign direct investments, a comprehensive tax incentive package had been provided.

This package focuses on four main groupings in the aerospace industry, consisting of design, manufacturing and assembly; operator; support and regulatory.

The design, manufacturng and assembly group consists of activities such as research, design and development, systems integration, manufacturing and assembly, and would qualify for income tax exemption for five years, subject to evaluation in terms of investment level, value-added technology and other criteria.

The operator group, consisting of general aviation, will qualify for investment tax allowance of 100% on the qualifying capital expenditure incurred within 10 years, subject to evaluation in terms of investment in fixed assets over RM150mil within five years.


The support group, consisting of maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) and aerospace training, will qualify for income tax exemption of 100% of statutory income for up to 10 years for companies that provide MRO and services related to MRO of aerospace end-products, such as aircraft, spacecraft, missile/rocket, communication and navigation systems, simulator, including equipment, component, accessories, etc.

The group will also qualify for income tax exemption of 100% of statutory income for up to 15 years for companies involved in conversion uprade and refurbishment or re-manufacture of aerospace end-products.

An investment tax allowance of 60% on the qualifying capital expenditure will be incurred within five years for MRO companies currently operating in Malaysia and undertaking expansion, modernisation or automation of existing business or diversifying existing business into any realted product within the same industry.

Furthermore, double deduction on expenses will be incurred by the employers in training their employees in pilot conversion and instructor pilot training.

The regulatory group, consisting of companies undertaking aerospace-related certification, standard development, testing and evaluation and licensing activities, will qualify for investment tax allowance of 100% of statutory income for a period of five years or exemption of statutory income equivalent to 60% of the qualifying capital expenditure incurred within five years.

The above incentive package by the Malaysian Industrial Development Authority will be effective for applications received from Jan 1, 2010 to Dec 31, 2014.
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MALAYSIA BERSEDIA BINA PESAWAT TEMPUR

official news here..
http://www.utusan.com.my/utusan/info.asp?y...05.htm&arc=hive
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everything also wanna copy kiasuland but fail.. zzz
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but but, WHERE'S THOSE 2 FREAKING ENGINES? laugh.gif
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more pocket money, yay !!
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We all know our great government, great in wasting money and great in bluffing. First class idea but extremely poor management and implementation. They want Malaysia to become the region automotive hub, but Thailand is way way ahead of us.
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Well I bet we'll be seeing lots of our engines are being put up on ebay

[WTS] Malaysian Air Force engine - Nego - GE Engine

[WTS] Serious buyers - Msian fighter jet engine - mint condition -RR engine - COD only
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QUOTE(prasys @ Dec 25 2009, 11:11 AM)
Well I bet we'll be seeing lots of our engines are being put up on ebay

[WTS] Malaysian Air Force engine - Nego - GE Engine

[WTS] Serious buyers - Msian fighter jet engine - mint condition -RR engine - COD only
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lol-ed. yea true also. scary government. engine also can lost. shakehead.gif
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i also want to be a Good man

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Let me refresh your memories -

BioValley - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BioValley_%28Malaysia%29

BioValley is a cluster proposed by the government to attract the biotechnological industry to Malaysia [1]It was planned as a launch pad for Malaysia, biotechnological industry, as the Multimedia Super Corridor and Cyberjaya was intended for the IT industry. It was also considered an important component for the Vision 2020 plan and Malaysia's future as a knowledge economy. It was originally intended to be situated in Dengkil three research institutions are planned for the first phase, the National Institute for Genomics and Molecular Biology, the National Institute for Pharmaceutical and Neutraceutical Biotechnology and National Institute for Agro-Biotechnology [2]. Its location would put it within the Multimedia Super Corridor and in close proximity and to the south of the IT hub of Cyberjaya and the administrative capital of Putrajaya. It would also therefore be within reasonable proximity to the capital of Kuala Lumpur.

It was first proposed under the Eighth Malaysia Plan, however its development was largely kept under wraps [3]. This was widely report to be because the government wished to avoid a repeat of the perceived failure to meet the lofty goals announced as part of the Multimedia Super Corridor. The project was launched with limited fanfare on 20 May 2003 by the then Prime Minister of Malaysia Tun Dr. Mahathir bin Mohamad. Compared to the launch of the Multimedia Super Corridor reporting of the launch and plans in the government backed media was notably less extensive.

Its current status is uncertain. Earlier reporting indicated it would be ready by 2006 [4] and complete by 2009 [5] but there has been a notable lack of information about its progress. In 2005, it was reported by the journal Nature as a failed project [6]. According to other sources, the latest roadmap is that BioValley will be developed from the existing centres of excellence rather than centred in Dengkil. The National Institute for Pharmaceutical and Neutraceutical Biotechnology will still be in located in Dengkil albeit with strong links to the Universiti Sains Malaysia. [7]

Under the Ninth Malaysia Plan RM2 billion was allocated for biotechnology (physical and soft infrastructures). A further RM2.3 billion was allocated for setting up a National Institute of Cancer, a National Forensic Institute and a National Institute for Oral Health although the location of these institutes is uncertain. RM4.4 billion was allocated for modernising agriculture farming and RM2.6 billion for support services related to agriculture.

E-Village - http://www.zdnetasia.com/news/hardware/0,3...13023988,00.htm

Malaysia's Hollywood-styled e-village near MSC stalls
By Julian Matthews, CNET.com
Friday, January 07, 2000 08:00 PM
KUALA LUMPUR--Malaysia's plan to build a US$60 million Hollywood-styled film complex cum theme park next to the Multimedia Super Corridor (MSC) has hit a snag.

Public-listed Datuk Keramat Holdings (DKH) told the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange Wednesday that its subsidiary, DKH Bina, the company engaged to undertake the ambitious project, had lost its anchor status.

In a letter dated December 24, MSC developer Multimedia Development Corp (MDC) informed DKH it was withdrawing DKH Bina's appointment as lead investor for the Entertainment Village or E-Village.

Last July, MDC had commissioned DKH Bina to build the E-Village, which was aimed at making Malaysia a regional hub for film, animation and post-production industries and expected to draw global film-makers, investors, and tourists.

No reason was given for the sudden axing and both MDC and DKH representatives could not be reached for comment due to the Muslim festive holidays.

However, this is by no means a step backward for the MSC, says one investor.

"The move should not be seen as a setback for the MSC," said Steve Bristow, managing director of Fat Lizard, an MSC-approved company which specializes in 3-D animation and visual effects.

"There is still vast potential for the film and animation industry to flourish in Malaysia. We're still in the early stages and can expect some hiccups," he said.

Bristow said he was hopeful that the E-Village would emerge in a different form in future.

"We've come this far and created a cluster of multimedia-related companies in the MSC. There's a whole new spirit here, and many opportunities still to explore," said Bristow, who also heads Persistence Of Vision, an animation studio based within the 750 sq km MSC.

The E-Village was to be sited on a 200-hectare area near Cyberjaya, the MSC's host city. Its first phase comprised a TV and film studio complex, followed by a Disneyland-styled theme park, a holiday resort, and a township for businesses and residents (see related news).

DKH got the go-ahead for the job because its associate company George Town Holdings owned the Leavesden Studios in Britain, the location of Star Wars' prequel "The Phantom Menace".

The fate of the project is now uncertain.
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Old F-5E used engine, RM 50 million each.

The F22 brand new, RM 50 billion each??

Used old spec laptop, RM 5000 each

New spec military grade laptop, RM 50000 each

Used/Caplang plier, RM 50 each

'Branded' new plier stainless steel 316, RM 500


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lmao, i wonder why malaysia keeps comming up with such planned to fail ideas?

big large ideas but stupid execution and timing,
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QUOTE(HITMAN316 @ Dec 25 2009, 11:00 AM)
We all know our great government, great in wasting money and great in bluffing. First class idea but extremely poor management and implementation. They want Malaysia to become the region automotive hub, but Thailand is way way ahead of us.
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its actually just bad management....nothing else..
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Proton still sux now want to make jets. Aaah I want to move to another country.
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note to those idiot politicians who's currently in powah:

Dhubai has Abu Ghabi as neighbor who help financially when sh!t happened
Malaysia has Singapore as neighbor who can't help to just simply stop laughing when sh!t happened
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Indons and banglas make bad quality aircraft. sleep.gif
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Approvals : BAE Systems, Airbus UK, Boeing, EADS Eurocopter, Westland Helicopter, GKN Aerospace Services, Kawasaki Heavy Industries, ISO 9001:2000, AS/EN 9100, ISO/IEC 17025, Nadcap Chemical Processing, Nadcap Heat Treating, Nadcap NDT & Nadcap Surface Enhancement (Shot Peening).

SMEA is a wholly owned subsidiary of the National Aerospace & Defence Industries (NADI) Bhd, and is a premier metal-based aerospace parts manufacturer in Malaysia, has a wide range capabilities and approvals, including Nadcap approvals. Located at Sungai Buloh, just 30 minutes outside Malaysia's capital, Kuala Lumpur, SMEA is well linked to the rest of the world through KLIA International Airport at Sepang and Seaports at Port Klang via first class motorways, both of which are no more than one hour by road from SMEA's plant.

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ke arah wawasan 2020
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government kosong, rakyat pun kosong.


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government kosong, rakyat pun kosong.
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RM4.4 billion was allocated for modernising agriculture farming and RM2.6 billion for support services related to agriculture.

E-Village - http://www.zdnetasia.com/news/hardware/0,3...13023988,00.htm

Malaysia's Hollywood-styled e-village near MSC stalls
By Julian Matthews, CNET.com
Friday, January 07, 2000 08:00 PM
KUALA LUMPUR--Malaysia's plan to build a US$60 million Hollywood-styled film complex cum theme park next to the Multimedia Super Corridor (MSC) has hit a snag.
» Click to show Spoiler - click again to hide... «


The fate of the project is now uncertain.
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Om nom nom nom, subcontract nonmnom2... pork barrel $$$$ buffet habis liao, jom cabut ke next MEGA HUB Projek!!

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Instead of wasting money on this shit why dont they spend some money to upgrade the public transport in the country. zzzz
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STS Malaysia Signs roketplane agreement



The Space Tourism Society Malaysia Chapter, Swiss Propulsion Laboratory and Project Enterprise has signed the Certificate of Cooperation at Langenthal, Switzerland on 9 May 2009, to cooperate in the development of rocketplane prototypes for M-R2D2 (Malaysian Research for Rocketplane Design & Development) program for the purpose of space tourism and scientific research.


Click the link for the press release from the Swiss Propulsion Lab (in German).

http://www.spacetourismsociety.o ... ng_3_2009-04-24.pdf


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Left to Right: Amman (CEO of SPL), Jalal (CEO of STS-MC), Norul (President of STS-MC) and Peer (CEO of PE) exhibiting the certificates of cooperation.


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Before any of the planes terbang, the engines fly first! M'sia memang boleh!
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LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL

F-69 Protong "Ninja" CPS TerbangX
Top Speed: Mach 0.01
Max Altitude: 20m
Payload: 1 double barreled shotgun(rear mounted)
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Protong Boss: tuan, kita telah mencipta kapal terbang Protong "Ninja" CPS TerbangX. ini kapal terbang lebih kuat daripada stealth buatan america, ia langsung tidak boleh dinampak.

Mr C4: bagus!! boleh saya tengok?

Protong Boss: sudah tentu. ia berada di sini. sila lihat.

Mr C4: mana?

Protong Boss: sini. susah nak nampak tapi is ada di sini. jangan risau, ia ada di sini.

Mr C4: menakjubkan. berapa satu?

Protong Boss: 1 billion sahaja.

Mr C4: ah lagi murah dari submarine. saya order 10.

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more jet engines to be sold "under table"..more pocket monehh for "them"

GE engine missing, so replace with campro engine in the jet?

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HangPC2, jadi memang PROTON nak buat jet la kan.
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I wonder what will happen if jet engine (made by Malaysia) rip open in mid air...

Reporter: Apa komen tuan tentang insiden ini?

Some VIP: Ini safety mechanism jet kita untuk mengelakkan jet engine melebihi had laju.

Reporter:?!!!?!?!!?!!!!!
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Malaysia boleh, we take it into next level...

whole fighter jet disappears? doh.gif notworthy.gif
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do this complain..do that complain..build bridge complain..help the poor complain..subsidize food, education, oil complain..do nothing also complain..

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i cant believe most of the reply here..
gov want to explore new biz also want to complain..
do this complain..do that complain..build bridge complain..help the poor complain..subsidize food, education, oil  complain..do nothing also complain..

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i cant believe most of the reply here..
gov want to explore new biz also want to complain..
do this complain..do that complain..build bridge complain..help the poor complain..subsidize food, education, oil  complain..do nothing also complain..

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Oleh MOHD ROSHDI HASSAN

PADA awal kemerdekaan, anak bangsa yang terpelajar akan dihantar ke universiti luar negara untuk menguasai ilmu mengikut keperluan negara. Pada masa itu, rakyat Malaysia lebih cenderung untuk mengambil pengkhususan doktor perubatan, undang-undang, pengurusan, ekonomi dan perakaunan.

Apabila kita memerlukan pembangunan fizikal, maka anak Melayu dihantar untuk mendalami bidang arkitek dan kejuruteraan seperti kejuruteraan awam, mekanikal dan elektrikal.

Namun, setelah 50 tahun merdeka, kita masih ragu-ragu untuk terus maju dalam bidang teknologi yang lebih tinggi seperti teknologi aeroangkasa. Walaupun 15 tahun yang lalu, kita pernah mengorak langkah untuk menceburi bidang ini, namun sejak akhir-akhir ini bidang ini dianggap oleh sesetengah orang sebagai tidak mempunyai potensi yang cerah di negara kita.

Bidang aeroangkasa bermula apabila Wright Brothers menerbangkan pesawatnya yang pertama selama 45 saat pada tahun 1903. Ia telah memberi keyakinan kepada manusia bahawa mereka boleh membina kenderaan untuk terbang. Selepas itu pesawat ini telah diubahsuaikan sehingga tak sampai 50 tahun manusia boleh membina pesawat selaju bunyi dengan pembinaan Bell X1 pada tahun 1946.

Jika lebih 50 tahun yang lalu, orang Barat sudah mampu membina pesawat yang lebih laju daripada bunyi, kenapakah selepas 50 tahun merdeka kita masih lagi tak mampu membina pesawat kita sendiri. Setidak-tidaknya kita mampu membina pesawat yang mempunyai teknologi 50 tahun yang lalu. Cuba kita letakkan keupayaan kita sekarang sama dengan keupayaan Barat pada tahun 1953.

Natijahnya, sehingga kini kita terpaksa bergantung sepenuhnya kepada pihak luar dalam teknologi ini. Jika kita mengambil contoh pesawat pejuang Tentera Udara Diraja Malaysia (TUDM), banyak pesawat kita terpaksa ditamatkan perkhidmatan kerana ketiadaan alat ganti. Bahkan terdapat juga pesawat kita yang terpaksa dikorbankan sebagai alat ganti bagi memastikan pesawat lain daripada jenis yang sama dapat diterbangkan.

Kelekaan kita menguasai teknologi ini menyebabkan pengaliran wang negara yang banyak bagi memenuhi keperluan negara dalam teknologi ini. Sudah tiba masa kita mula memikirkan untuk membina pesawat pejuang kita sendiri ataupun mengubahsuaikan pesawat yang sedia ada dengan teknologi kita sendiri bagi membuktikan keupayaan bangsa kita dalam teknologi ini.

Satu perkara yang perlu kita fahami dalam teknologi ini, bahawa bagi pembinaan sesebuah pesawat baru sama ada pesawat komersial atau pesawat tentera, penglibatan beberapa buah negara diperlukan bagi menghasilkan pesawat berteknologi tinggi dengan harga yang murah. Sebagai contohnya pembinaan pesawat Typoon Euro Fighter dan Pesawat Joint Strike Fighter F35.

Teknologi

Jika kita terlibat sama dalam pembinaan pesawat-pesawat ini, kita akan mendapat keuntungan yang tinggi hasil pembinaan pesawat ini apabila ia mula dijual kepada negara-negara lain. Di samping itu kita dapat mempunyai keupayaan pesawat tersebut serta teknologi yang ada padanya.

Bagi memulakan langkah ini, sebagai sebuah negara yang bersifat Defence Country, kita tidak perlu memikirkan untuk membina pesawat yang mempunyai teknologi yang terkini kerana ia akan melibatkan kos yang tinggi.

Cukuplah kita mengubahsuaikan pesawat kita yang sudah tidak diterbangkan seperti pesawat A4 Skyhawk dengan memasukkan teknologi yang dah sedia ada yang sudah berumur 20 tahun yang lalu. Sebagai contohnya pesawat Sukhoi 30 MKM yang baru dibeli oleh TUDM merupakan pesawat yang menggunakan teknologi yang dibina pada zaman sebelum kejatuhan Soviet Rusia. Teknologi untuk mengganggu dan mematikan sistem radar pesawat musuh merupakan unsur utama yang perlu dibina pada pesawat itu nanti.

Banyak negara yang mengubahsuaikan pesawat lama mereka dengan teknologi terkini. Antaranya ialah Israel, Singapura dan Iran. Iran yang memiliki ratusan pesawat F 5E sebelum Revolusi Islam, telah mengubahsuaikan pesawat tersebut dengan diberi nama baru iaitu SAEQEH pada tahun 2004.

Pesawat SAEQEH dianggap pesawat baru yang dibina di Iran kerana hanya menggunakan rangka pesawat F 5E, tetapi semua teknologi serta persenjataannya dibina di Iran dan bukanya di Amerika. Dengan itu, Iran berjaya menerbangkan kembali semua semua pesawat pejuang lamanya dengan hanya melibatkan kos yang rendah.

Reverse Engineering merupakan satu proses yang lazim digunakan bagi menguasai sesuatu teknologi. Soviet Rusia sendiri menguasai teknologi enjin jet apabila berjaya memiliki 10 enjin Nene yang dibina oleh Rolls Royce setelah tamat perang dunia kedua. Enjin tersebut dibeli bagi pembinaan pesawat pejuang Soviet Rusia MIG 15 pada tahun 1946.

Oleh kerana kita dianggap negara Islam, kita sering kali dihalang daripada memiliki teknologi terkini pada pesawat pejuang yang kita hendak beli. Pernah kita cuba hendak membeli helikopter Apache pada pertengahan 90-an, tetapi pihak kerajaan Amerika tidak membenarkan kita mempunyai teknologi radar berteknologi tinggi yang terdapat pada helikopter tersebut. Tanpa radar tersebut, helikopter tidak dapat berfungsi seperti mana ia direka. Bahkan kita juga tidak mempunyai peluru berpandu yang sepatutnya dipasang pada pesawat pejuang kita kerana halangan daripada beberapa pihak.

Sebagai sebuah negara berdaulat dan merdeka, kita sepatutnya berani mengorak langkah dari sekarang untuk membina pesawat tempur kita sendiri.

- DR. MOHD ROSHDI HASSAN adalah kakitangan Universiti Putra Malaysia yang bertugas

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Bersedia bina pesawat tempur
ARKIB : 28/02/2007
Oleh MOHD ROSHDI HASSAN

PADA awal kemerdekaan, anak bangsa yang terpelajar akan dihantar ke universiti luar negara untuk menguasai ilmu mengikut keperluan negara. Pada masa itu, rakyat Malaysia lebih cenderung untuk mengambil pengkhususan doktor perubatan, undang-undang, pengurusan, ekonomi dan perakaunan.

Apabila kita memerlukan pembangunan fizikal, maka anak Melayu dihantar untuk mendalami bidang arkitek dan kejuruteraan seperti kejuruteraan awam, mekanikal dan elektrikal.

Namun, setelah 50 tahun merdeka, kita masih ragu-ragu untuk terus maju dalam bidang teknologi yang lebih tinggi seperti teknologi aeroangkasa. Walaupun 15 tahun yang lalu, kita pernah mengorak langkah untuk menceburi bidang ini, namun sejak akhir-akhir ini bidang ini dianggap oleh sesetengah orang sebagai tidak mempunyai potensi yang cerah di negara kita.

Bidang aeroangkasa bermula apabila Wright Brothers menerbangkan pesawatnya yang pertama selama 45 saat pada tahun 1903. Ia telah memberi keyakinan kepada manusia bahawa mereka boleh membina kenderaan untuk terbang. Selepas itu pesawat ini telah diubahsuaikan sehingga tak sampai 50 tahun manusia boleh membina pesawat selaju bunyi dengan pembinaan Bell X1 pada tahun 1946.

Jika lebih 50 tahun yang lalu, orang Barat sudah mampu membina pesawat yang lebih laju daripada bunyi, kenapakah selepas 50 tahun merdeka kita masih lagi tak mampu membina pesawat kita sendiri. Setidak-tidaknya kita mampu membina pesawat yang mempunyai teknologi 50 tahun yang lalu. Cuba kita letakkan keupayaan kita sekarang sama dengan keupayaan Barat pada tahun 1953.

Natijahnya, sehingga kini kita terpaksa bergantung sepenuhnya kepada pihak luar dalam teknologi ini. Jika kita mengambil contoh pesawat pejuang Tentera Udara Diraja Malaysia (TUDM), banyak pesawat kita terpaksa ditamatkan perkhidmatan kerana ketiadaan alat ganti. Bahkan terdapat juga pesawat kita yang terpaksa dikorbankan sebagai alat ganti bagi memastikan pesawat lain daripada jenis yang sama dapat diterbangkan.

Kelekaan kita menguasai teknologi ini menyebabkan pengaliran wang negara yang banyak bagi memenuhi keperluan negara dalam teknologi ini. Sudah tiba masa kita mula memikirkan untuk membina pesawat pejuang kita sendiri ataupun mengubahsuaikan pesawat yang sedia ada dengan teknologi kita sendiri bagi membuktikan keupayaan bangsa kita dalam teknologi ini.

Satu perkara yang perlu kita fahami dalam teknologi ini, bahawa bagi pembinaan sesebuah pesawat baru sama ada pesawat komersial atau pesawat tentera, penglibatan beberapa buah negara diperlukan bagi menghasilkan pesawat berteknologi tinggi dengan harga yang murah. Sebagai contohnya pembinaan pesawat Typoon Euro Fighter dan Pesawat Joint Strike Fighter F35.

Teknologi

Jika kita terlibat sama dalam pembinaan pesawat-pesawat ini, kita akan mendapat keuntungan yang tinggi hasil pembinaan pesawat ini apabila ia mula dijual kepada negara-negara lain. Di samping itu kita dapat mempunyai keupayaan pesawat tersebut serta teknologi yang ada padanya.

Bagi memulakan langkah ini, sebagai sebuah negara yang bersifat Defence Country, kita tidak perlu memikirkan untuk membina pesawat yang mempunyai teknologi yang terkini kerana ia akan melibatkan kos yang tinggi.

Cukuplah kita mengubahsuaikan pesawat kita yang sudah tidak diterbangkan seperti pesawat A4 Skyhawk dengan memasukkan teknologi yang dah sedia ada yang sudah berumur 20 tahun yang lalu. Sebagai contohnya pesawat Sukhoi 30 MKM yang baru dibeli oleh TUDM merupakan pesawat yang menggunakan teknologi yang dibina pada zaman sebelum kejatuhan Soviet Rusia. Teknologi untuk mengganggu dan mematikan sistem radar pesawat musuh merupakan unsur utama yang perlu dibina pada pesawat itu nanti.

Banyak negara yang mengubahsuaikan pesawat lama mereka dengan teknologi terkini. Antaranya ialah Israel, Singapura dan Iran. Iran yang memiliki ratusan pesawat F 5E sebelum Revolusi Islam, telah mengubahsuaikan pesawat tersebut dengan diberi nama baru iaitu SAEQEH pada tahun 2004.

Pesawat SAEQEH dianggap pesawat baru yang dibina di Iran kerana hanya menggunakan rangka pesawat F 5E, tetapi semua teknologi serta persenjataannya dibina di Iran dan bukanya di Amerika. Dengan itu, Iran berjaya menerbangkan kembali semua semua pesawat pejuang lamanya dengan hanya melibatkan kos yang rendah.

Reverse Engineering merupakan satu proses yang lazim digunakan bagi menguasai sesuatu teknologi. Soviet Rusia sendiri menguasai teknologi enjin jet apabila berjaya memiliki 10 enjin Nene yang dibina oleh Rolls Royce setelah tamat perang dunia kedua. Enjin tersebut dibeli bagi pembinaan pesawat pejuang Soviet Rusia MIG 15 pada tahun 1946.

Oleh kerana kita dianggap negara Islam, kita sering kali dihalang daripada memiliki teknologi terkini pada pesawat pejuang yang kita hendak beli. Pernah kita cuba hendak membeli helikopter Apache pada pertengahan 90-an, tetapi pihak kerajaan Amerika tidak membenarkan kita mempunyai teknologi radar berteknologi tinggi yang terdapat pada helikopter tersebut. Tanpa radar tersebut, helikopter tidak dapat berfungsi seperti mana ia direka. Bahkan kita juga tidak mempunyai peluru berpandu yang sepatutnya dipasang pada pesawat pejuang kita kerana halangan daripada beberapa pihak.

Sebagai sebuah negara berdaulat dan merdeka, kita sepatutnya berani mengorak langkah dari sekarang untuk membina pesawat tempur kita sendiri.

- DR. MOHD ROSHDI HASSAN adalah kakitangan Universiti Putra Malaysia yang bertugas

di Rolls Royce UTC University of Sheffield.
- Utusan Malaysia -

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Imai Aero-Equipment Mfg.Ltd. (IAC), Japan's largest subcontractor in manufacturing of aircraft components and equipments today entered into a joint venture with Malaysian company Cubic Electronics Sdn Bhd (CESB) to set up their RM100 million aero manufacturing plant in Melaka, Malaysia.

Malaysia state news agency reported that IAC Japan will hold 75 percent equity in the joint venture, IAC Manufacturing (M) Sdn Bhd (IAC) Malaysia, while CESB will own the remaining 25 percent.

"IAC Malaysia aims to be the largest aircraft components manufacturing and sub-assembly hub in Asia Pacific," said President of IAC Japan, Tetsuo Imai, during the signing ceremony Friday at the IAC plant here in Ayer Keroh in southern state of Melaka.

At the signing today, IAC Japan was represented by Imai while CESB by its Chairman and CEO Goh Seng Chong. Melaka Chief Minister Mohd Ali Rustam witnessed the signing.

Imai said IAC was established in the country in 2005 with their manufacturing operations in Nilai in southern state of Negeri Sembilan.

It is currently relocating to Melaka and is scheduled to begin its operations end of April this year, he said.

"We are looking forward to working closely with other supporting industries like CTRM, SMEA, ACM, Spirit Aerospace and many others to achieve our goal," he said.

IAC was founded in 1947 in Japan and has manufacturing facilities in Korea, Taiwan, Singapore, Indonesia, India, China and Malaysia.

Meanwhile, Goh said his company was pleased to have IAC as a partner and that having IAC's extensive business capability and experience reflected its plans to grow the local aerospace industry.

CESB is a leading integrated manufacturing services provider in Integrated Manufacturing Operations serving three main market segments namely electronics, communication and technology - for Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) and Original Design Manufacture (ODM) customers.

Mohd Ali in his speech expressed hope that the establishment of the manufacturing facility here would attract other associate companies in the aerospace industry to Melaka.

"This will give a boost to Melaka as a prominent hub to offer an integrated array of specialised services for the aerospace industry," he said.


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hey..
im taking aeronautical engineering..

nowadays, i find that people will like to underestimate Malaysia.. huhu.. so sad man.. why do we have unsupportive people like that?
dont think that Malaysia cant do it. It just our time is not come yet.

Do you know that Malaysia has active researcher in rocket?? active researcher in aircraft designing? yess, thats are true. and the fact is Malaysia is still learning.. Not easy to become "global" since you need to open book and study all the details about aircraft.. Yeah it is easy to think that building aircraft is easy, just put the engine on the body and fill in the fuel and fly..

I before entering this course also think like that.. but the fact is, you need to study ALL in order to build an aircraft. give us time.. give us support..

you need to consider every aspect of natural phenomena in this world to build them.. you need to consider all the forces acting on us.. yeah it is too many things applied on our daily life.. but only we do not realize them.. even simple aspect like air movement on your body also has a very important aspect in making airplane..
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hey..
im taking aeronautical engineering..

nowadays, i find that people will like to underestimate Malaysia.. huhu.. so sad man.. why do we have unsupportive people like that?
dont think that Malaysia cant do it. It just our time is not come yet.

Do you know that Malaysia has active researcher in rocket?? active researcher in aircraft designing? yess, thats are true. and the fact is Malaysia is still learning.. Not easy to become "global" since you need to open book and study all the details about aircraft.. Yeah it is easy to think that building aircraft is easy, just put the engine on the body and fill in the fuel and fly..

I before entering this course also think like that.. but the fact is, you need to study ALL in order to build an aircraft. give us time.. give us support..

you need to consider every aspect of natural phenomena in this world to build them.. you need to consider all the forces acting on us.. yeah it is too many things applied on our daily life.. but only we do not realize them.. even simple aspect like air movement on your body also has a very important aspect in making airplane..
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currently Malaysia is a leader in SATELLITE TECHNOLOGY in Asean region..
now aim to move into jet manufacturing leader, hopefully it will become reality!
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nak belajar jadi juruterbang kos dia nak dekat sama macam nak belajar perubatan, mahal giler.. kena fikir r camne nak kurangkan kos!
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lolx.

we build cyberjaya wannabe a silicon valley ....fhailed.
we build iskanda .....singaporean run away.
we build proton...... for 20 years still under the protection.
we aim wawasan 2020.... sound like a fairy tales.
we sound 1Malaysia..... there burn 3 chuch.....

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haha..wakaka..I believe we can build our own jet fighter 1...malaysia boleh and najib als0 boleh le

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Unmanned Systems Technology Sdn Bhd

http://www.ctrm.com.my/

http://www.sc.net.my/

http://www.ikramatic.com.my/


Unmanned Systems Technology Sdn Bhd (UST) was incorporated on 15 January 2007. It is a joint venture company between CTRM, SCS Sdn Bhd and Ikramatic. UST will be responsible for R&D, manufacturing and marketing the Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) for ASEAN and the Middle Eastern market. The UAS will be utilised for commercial and defence purposes.

The idea of a joint collaboration in developing the local UAS was mooted by the YAB Deputy Prime Minister during LIMA 2007. The rationale was to maximise limited resources and expertise in the development of local UAS.

With pooled resources and expertises, it would help in creating a better UAS product and to avoid the duplication of efforts. Thus ensuring a marketable UAS, which will suit customers’ requirements and specifications.

UST will be focusing on the development, product integration and marketing of UAS locally as well as in the Middle East region. It will also develop the Unmanned Systems for land and sea application in the near future.

It will also provide aerial services such as photography, imagery sensors and after sales supports of the supplied systems.


OUR VISION

To be Asian’s premier provider of Unmanned Systems.


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To design, develop, integrate and/or operate an indigenous Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) for specific use of the Malaysian Security Forces and provide general system products for local and foreign markets.




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Aero engineers on cloud nine



By STEVEN PATRICK


Tuesday November 3, 2009



A nine-man outfit in Cyberjaya is helping Airbus keep its planes safe in the air.



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LOOK AT THAT : Naguib pointing out a section of a plane as rendered by a computer. Analytical testing involving computer-modelling systems complement the physical checks on high-stress parts of a plane like the wings and the undercarriage, he said.


PEOPLE hop on planes, zoom off to their destinations, and hop off. We hardly give a thought to how much work goes into making our flight time as uneventful as possible.

There are seemingly a gazillion controls and systems that need to function as they are intended to in an aircraft to keep it flying.

Two parts of a plane that are constantly being stressed are the wings and landing gear.

Wings are not the rigid ­extremities that most imagine them to be — next time you fly, note how they flex and vibrate in the air as the aircraft manoeuvres.

As for the undercarriage, the wheels and struts have to stand up to a lot of impacts each and every time a plane makes a landing.

Engineers make regular checks to ensure that these parts are not on the verge of failing. To help them, there are physical and computer-aided tests. Even then, this is no small feat.

Wing sections are bent until they break to see how much stress they can bear while landing gears are dropped again and again to gauge how they will perform in extreme landing conditions.

Whilst all this is being done in the hangars of aeroplane manufacturers in Europe and the United States, there is a complementary analytical testing process that is carried out involving computer-modelling systems by hundreds of engineers as the aircraft is being designed.

These engineers can be ­thousands of miles away from where the aircraft being tested are — in ­another country, in another city — and now, in Cyberjaya here.

This is where Strand Aerospace Malaysia Sdn Bhd does its computer-aided stress testing for Airbus — the second largest aircraft manufacturing company in the world. Boeing is the largest.

“We do structural analysis for various aircraft ... very much like what a civil engineer does for a building,” said Naguib Nor, chief operating officer at Strand Aerospace.

“We get the prototype’s design and specifications (from the manufacturer) which we program into our computer system for ­simulating stress environments,” said the 33-year-old engineer.


Done in parts

There are three stages in the design of aeroplane parts, Naguib explained.

“There’s the general concept design on paper, the detailed prototype design, and finally the certification stage which is where we come in.

“The whole certification process can take up to 10 years,” he said. “For example, our analysis of the A380’s main wing beams took three years to complete.”

The certification phase takes a long time because it involves scrutinising every detail of the aircrafts’ structure before it is deemed ready for commercial use.

During this process, computer-aided testing is imperative because as thorough and detailed as the earlier design stages of the ­prototype are, mistakes can still be commonplace.

“For instance, engineers in the initial design phase may have miscalculated the load capacity of a particular component in flight,” said Naguib.

Such an error can be identified and rectified with computer-aided analysis. “We would then notify the prototype testers who can make a physical design ­modification to the structure,” according to him.

The experts at Strand Aerospace also have to comb for manufacturing mistakes.


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ALL ABOUT TEAMWORK : Naguib speaking to aero stress design engineer Sim Tze Chiang at their Cyberjaya office.


“If a factory worker has not drilled out a hole properly on a prototype aircraft wing, it could cause a problem later,” said Naguib.

“We have to look out for even such miniscule errors and if we find one, we will flag the ­manufacturer of the part and recommend how the mistake can be rectified.”

Such analysis is a computer-aided task. The software tools that Strand Aerospace uses are MathCAD and Excel. It also employs specialised software, such as MSC Nastran/Patran (from MSC Software Corp in California) for modelling and analysis of aircraft parts.


British connection

Where did it all begin for this Malaysian company? How did it bag Airbus as a client in an ultra high-tech industry? It started in Britain, said Naguib.

When he was in his late 20s, Naguib was already the general manager of a company, called Stress Analysis and Design Engineering Ltd, in that country. He has already worked there for two years and Airbus was a client.

Three years later, he decided to form a mirror company to take advantage of the lower labour costs in Malaysia. That’s how the three-year-old Strand Aerospace was formed.

It partnered with Stress Analysis and Design Engineering to do ­structural analysis of aircraft components for certification by the Civil Aviation Authority — an ­international body.

“The setting up of the Malaysian company allowed for a technology transfer as its junior engineers were coached over the Internet by senior British engineers,” said Naguib.

“We would input the design of a wing, for example, into the computer system and then collaborate with our British partners over the Web using Microsoft’s NetMeeting videoconferencing solution.”

With this type of technology transfer, the small, nine-man company in Cyberjaya is beginning to make its own inroads into a highly competitive industry.

“Initially, we partnered with Stress Analysis and Design Engineering to tender for Airbus jobs because the British company has a long-standing relationship with the aircraft manufacturer,” he said.

However, Strand Aerospace is beginning to stand on its own feet and does not want to solely rely on its British counterpart.

“We now tender and get jobs from Malaysian company Composite Technology Research Malaysia (CTRM) Sdn Bhd which is a contract manufacturer for ­several engine and wing panel components for Airbus.” CTRM has a 300,000sq ft facility in Batu Berendam, Malacca.

“When we started, most of our business came directly from Airbus. Today, 30% of our business comes from local players like CTRM.

“We are also providing support to the Royal Malaysian Air Force,” Naguib said, but declined to ­elaborate on the type of jobs that his company does for the RMAF.

Naguib is working to increase the jobs that Strand Aerospace gets from local companies to 50% over the next few years.

“It is looking good so far,” he said, happily. “As the engineering ­capabilities of the local contract manufacturers improve, Malaysia will move fast up the value chain in this area of expertise.”

It’s clear blue skies for us, he added.


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lolx.

we build cyberjaya wannabe a silicon valley ....fhailed.
we build iskanda .....singaporean run away.
we build proton...... for 20 years still under the protection.
we aim wawasan 2020.... sound like a fairy tales.
we sound 1Malaysia..... there burn 3 chuch.....

space hub??? another bedtime story ?
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lulz bile beli helikopter buatan kafir marah,biler nak buat jet sendiri pun komplain jugak...what a retarded.
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Pegawai: Datuk, enjin jet dah hilang 2 buah, macam mana ni? Rakyat tak yakin dengan Datuk Seri nanti.

Najib: Tak mengapa, kita siarkan berita, yang kita akan bina jet pejuang sendiri. Naikkan harga minyak. Jual Pulau Pinang. Panggil Perancis bantu kita.
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ADC (AVIATION Design Centre)


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AVIATION Design Centre Sdn Bhd (ADC) has the capacity to undertake various aircraft related projects which includes engineering design and analysis of structural components and flight testing correlation programmes. Engineers with relevant experience in ADC have full access to state-of-the-art facilities in line with the present philosophy of embracing Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) technology during the product development process. ADC is equipped with high-end computer workstations and sophisticated software for 2- and 3-Dimensional modelling, Finite Element Analysis (FEA) and Design Optimisation.


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malaysia jet tak ada enjin , submarine tak boleh masuk dalam air this najis malaysia.
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CTRM, the Malaysian partner in the A400M programme, delivered its first A400M work package last July consisting of the Vertical Tail Plane Trailing Edge made up of 19 composite parts. This was swiftly followed by the delivery of the other two work packages - Vertical Tail Plane Leading Edge and Horizontal Tail Plane Trailing Edge - in mid September and October 2006, respectively. The assembly of the Vertical Tail Plane and Horizontal Tail Plane has started with delivery to the FAL beginning of 2007.

The first complete empennage consisting of the Vertical and Horizontal Tailplanes (VTP and HTP) is in the final stages of assembly. Consisting of an 11 x 9 metre vertical fin and a 67sq metre horizontal stabiliser, the all-composite empennage incorporates components manufactured by CTRM, Airbus Military’s programme partner in Malaysia. The A400M’s empennage will be the biggest T-tail structure yet incorporated into a European transport aircraft.
Integration of the first VTP is taking place in Stade, Germany, where the rudder has been assembled and trials with a dummy HTP have been carried out. Four more VTPs are being equipped and a further three are in production.
Two HTPs have now been produced at the Tablada facility near Seville. One is undergoing tests at the FAL, the other being sent to Getafe to join the other elements of A/C 5000 in the static test rig.


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make cars 20-30 years also failed big time, now wanna make planes ? I think ill have to migrate elsewhere, to avoid planes crashing from the air. because of we have proton, all of us is paying double/triple for cars, now you want to make planes ? please leave us alone already...
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make cars 20-30 years also failed big time, now wanna make planes ? I think ill have to migrate elsewhere, to avoid planes crashing from the air. because of we have proton, all of us is paying double/triple for cars, now you want to make planes ? please leave us alone already...
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yes please leave  ASAP(the sooner u go, the better malaysia will be)......obviously this country doesnt need another monkey who doesnt know to differentiate between a good & the bad apples..they are really some good examples of Malaysian companies who really excel in their specialization & 1 of them, CTRM already globally recognized as 1 of Boeing's trusted component supplier
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nope,Im no gov supporter..heck there'are so many weird things happened with our Gov thats need "overhauling".dont you agree?
It just mind-bending to realized that every positive things affliated with My gov, will be linked directly as "Bijan follower" or worst "UMNO supporter"

get you facts first people....talk is damn cheap nowadays
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cool. more job opportunities for the millions of engineering grad from uitm.

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now now now....najib new fetish after c4

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