GVH Aerospace Prepares for Farnborough International Airshow 2016
Jul 8, 2016
GVH Aerospace will be displaying its AeroStretcher modular aeromedical system and the Thommen HSL-1600 high performance helicopter searchlight with G-NSYS, the Airbus H135T1 test and trials helicopter owned by sister company Nova Systems UK.
G-NSYS will be on display outside Hall 4 at the Farnborough International Airshow from 11th to 15th July 2016. GVH Aerospace and Nova Systems UK will also be exhibiting at stand 4/H130.
GVH Aerospace's Parent Nova Group Announces Greg Hume as CEO
Jun 30, 2016
GVH Aerospace’ parent Nova Group today advises that Greg Hume has been appointed as the group Chief Executive Officer, effective 1 July, 2016.
Greg has been a key member of Nova Group’s senior management team as Chief Operating Officer since 2009 and will take over from Jim Whalley, who co-founded the Australian owned professional services firm with Peter Nikoloff in 2000.
Announcing the appointment Jim Whalley said he was delighted the Board had appointed Greg Hume as CEO.
“Greg and I have been working together since the early days of Nova and I believe he is not only my natural successor but an outstanding one at that.
“Greg is uniquely positioned for this role. He clearly understands the Australian Defence market and has a total commitment to our client’s success by maintaining a passion for Nova’s core values and strong culture.
“Nova has grown rapidly over the past 15 years to be among the most successful and I believe, admired, Australian owned and operated professional services firms. That success for the most part, has been due to the leadership, effort and hard work of many others including Greg,” Mr Whalley said.
As Nova Group Chief Executive, Greg also takes over the role from Jim as Australia/New Zealand CEO for Nova Systems. Jim will remain as Chairman of the Nova Board, and will continue to work within the firm on international expansion and as a project test pilot.
Reflecting on his appointment, Greg said his selection by Jim and the Board to lead this amazing team and position the Group for future growth was an exciting honour.
“The firm is in a good position for global expansion – already with operations in Australia, New Zealand, Singapore and the UK – and we will look to consolidate in these regional centres allowing us to grow strongly and contribute to solving current and future clients’ complex capability assurance problems.
“I believe the innovative way we deliver our capabilities and the talent and experience of our consultants is key to our future successes,” Mr Hume said.
Greg Hume joined Nova in 2003 after 20 years with the Royal Australian Air Force.
A graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and the Advanced Management Program at Harvard Business School, Greg is a qualified Flight Test Engineer and has over 25 years’ experience in aerospace test and evaluation, airworthiness certification, project management and systems engineering.
Nova Group is the parent company for GVH Aerospace, the professional services provider Nova Systems, and integrated communications specialists Auspace.
GVH Aerospace Adds CAAS Design Organisation Approval
Jun 20, 2016
GVH Aerospace has been awarded the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore Part 21 Subpart H Design Organisation Approval, allowing the design of modification and repairs to aircraft structure, cabin interiors, electrical systems and avionics equipment. Together with its partners, GVH Aerospace is able to provide our customers with EASA, FAA, Transport Canada, CASA, CAAS, and DGCA Indonesia design approvals.
GVH Aerospace Exhibits at Farnborough International Airshow 2016
Jun 10, 2016
GVH Aerospace will be exhibiting at Farnborough International Airshow 2016, from 11th to 15th of July 2016. We will be located at Hall 4, stand H4/130, and our H135 systems development and trials helicopter will be on display with our AeroStretcher Modular EMS system.
GVH Aerospace Debuts Modular Aeromedical System in China
May 27, 2016
GVH Aerospace debuts its modular aeromedical system in China, at the 5th China Air Medical & Rescue Congress in Shanghai. The AeroStretcher modular aeromedical system was introduced to the conference delegates, and GVH Aerospace shared the lessons learnt throughout its 30 years of history developing aeromedical solutions for the Australian and global market, evolving the solutions as the aeromedical industry in Australia developed.