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EWI is pleased to welcome Woodward Inc. as a new EWI member. 

 

 

 

Woodward integrates leading-edge technologies into fuel, combustion, fluid, actuation, and electronic control systems for the aerospace and energy markets. Within the aerospace market, they provide systems, components and solutions for both commercial and military applications. Their key focus areas are propulsion system control solutions for turbine powered aircraft; and actuation systems and motion control solutions.  Within the energy market, the key focus areas are: 1) control solutions for equipment that produce electricity using conventional or renewable energy sources; 2) solutions for the control of power quality, distribution and storage on the electrical grid; and 3) control solutions for power equipment used in the extraction, distribution, and conversion of renewable and fossil fuels in marine, locomotive, and industrial equipment applications.  

We are excited to have Woodward on board and look forward to the successes ahead.

 


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