Huntsville, Alabama –RMCI, Inc. has been selected as the winner of the 2021 Global Trade Award presented by the North Alabama International Trade Association. The presentation occurred during the 38th Annual NAITA World Trade Day luncheon.
The NAITA Global Trade Award honors businesses for their dedication in pursuing and penetrating global markets. RMCI is recognized for success in developing trade relationships in Europe, the United Kingdom, Latin America, Canada, Asia, the Middle East, and Oceana. At the same time, RMCI provides education and instruction for the advancement of aviation safety internationally. RMCI created and developed the Expandable Rotorcraft Diagnostic System or XRDS™. The XRDS is a next-generation Health and Usage Monitoring System (HUMS) for helicopters and fixed wing aircraft. The system provides early warning (weeks and months in advance) of emerging problems with an aircraft. It also provides Flight Data Monitoring for Flight Operations Quality Assurance, and maintenance features such as rotor smoothing. The XRDS is certified by FAA and Transport Canada and is fielded on over 14 different types of aircraft. It is extremely lightweight and designed with powerful real-time processing capability, and easy-to-use software that is suitable for fleet management. This technology improves safety while reducing operations and sustainment costs and increasing aircraft availability.
“We are honored to receive this award, and we are thankful for our customers and supporting partners, such as the Aviation Public Safety Association, Helicopter Association International, Helicopter Association Canada, and others” said Kenneth Speaks, the company’s CEO.
About RMCI, Inc.
RMCI is a global leader in rotorcraft science and technology with a history of expert scientific research, development and experience supporting HUMS on more than 3,000 helicopters.
The North Alabama International Trade Association (NAITA) is a business-driven organization that provides international trade advocacy, training, and networking to promote economic growth in North Alabama and across the Tennessee Valley region. The non-profit membership organization prepares, facilitates, and supports international business success via education on trade issues and mechanics, as well as networking with peers, experts, and trade officials. When applicable, NAITA will work with the award recipient to complete an application for the “E” Award, designated by the President of the United States and is the highest honor an American firm can receive for exporting activity.
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