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Composites Technology Research Malaysia Sdn Bhd (CTRM)

Incorporated in November 1990 by the Government of Malaysia through Ministry of Finance Inc as its principle shareholder, CTRM is entrusted with strategic roles in developing high technology based industry, namely the composites and aerospace industry. CTRM started its operations with the manufacturing of composites light aircraft, Eagle 150B in 1991. And after more than 17 years, CTRM, through its subsidiaries has ventured into various composite manufacturing, especially in manufacturing composites aero structures for major aircraft manufacturers in the world.

Currently, its satisfied customers, domestic and international are very impressed with its performance and capabilities. Within a short time from its inception, CTRM has emerged to be a leading composites aero structures manufacturer and part of its global supply chain for major aircraft manufacturers.

Systems Consultancy Services Sdn Bhd (SCS)

System Consultancy Services Sdn Bhd started its operation in 1993, when it was appointed as the consultant to the Government of Malaysia in implementing command and control system for the Ministry of Defence Malaysia. From a humble beginning of initial ten personnel, SCS business operation has now grown with 600 personnel and specialists across its four subsidiaries with core business ranging from real-time telemetry systems to composites technology.

It has developed its skills and technology for application in civilian and military, with capabilities to offer a wide range of system development and services. Its current management team and consultants are made up of 75 years of combined expertise and experience across diverse field of electrical, electronics, telecommunications, individual automation, system engineering, software development, project management and R&D activities.

By 2003, SCS, together with Universiti Sains Malaysia and DK Composites Sdn Bhd managed to manufacture their first UAV designated as ‘NYAMOK’. The initial airframe for this UAV has since been improved to cater for a larger payload. Currently, ‘NYAMOK’ is able to fly autonomously and fitted with pas-tilt-zoom (PTZ) camera. The payload is interchangeable with similar size equipment up to 15 kg.

Ikramatic Sdn Bhd

Ikramatic Sdn Bhd was established in 1998 with only 4 personnel and has since grown to more than 30 skilled professionals with vast experience in computer programming, electronic design, mechanical and aeronautical studies. Initially the company only involved in the R&D programme of a cost effective flight simulator for the Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF) and the Royal Malaysia Police Air Wing.

The company had pioneered in the development of an indigenous Flight Training Device (FTD) based on Pilatus PC-7 Advanced Trainer aircraft. The FTD system was the first flight simulator system ever developed by a developing country. Ikramatic was also selected by the Ministry of Defence Malaysia to be the beneficiary in the PC-7 offset programme.

The Multimedia Development Corporation awarded Ikramatic with Multimedia Super Corridor (MSC) status in May 2001 as recognition on its R&D capabilities. Among other impressive technological achievements for the company include simulator for A 355N Helicopter, Image Generator and Instructor Operating Station.

Its founder and Managing Director, Syed Mohamad Jamil aspires to lead the company in providing alternative to flight simulator systems in the region and other third world countries. To do that, Ikramatic is undertaking a systematic approach especially in the area of ‘Knowledge Management’ in order to stay ahead of other competitors.

Ikramatic began its R&D programme in UAV autopilot systems three years ago with CTRM. Applying their knowledge, skills and experiences, IMRAN (Improvised Real Time Autonomous Navigator), an autopilot system was born. The latest version is the IMRAN 300, which can be integrated with any type of UAV with minimum weight of 20 kg and above. It is also the same system, which is currently being used in the ALUDRA UAS.

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