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Luminator Aerospace

Luminator Technology Group (Luminator), is a leading manufacturer of passenger communication systems, video surveillance, and lighting solutions for global mass transportation applications. The company, founded in 1928, leverages its extensive engineering resources to develop solutions that increase intelligence, safety and efficiency for bus, rail and aerospace operations worldwide.

Luminator USA

Luminator USA

Luminator Technology Group (Luminator), is a leading manufacturer of passenger communication systems, video surveillance, and lighting solutions for global mass transportation applications. The company, founded in 1928, leverages its extensive engineering resources to develop solutions that increase intelligence, safety and efficiency for bus, rail and aerospace operations worldwide.

Luna

Luna Innovations develops and manufactures new generation products for aerospace applications. Our products are used to test materials and monitor corrosion and degradation of aircraft structures and systems. Luna's applied research and new products include an on-aircraft sensor suite (LS2A) for monitoring environmental and corrosive conditions for critical systems. Corrosion and coatings evaluation test systems are also being developed for improved materials qualification and selection.

Luxoft

Luxoft

Luxoft, a DXC Technology Company, is a digital strategy and software engineering firm providing bespoke technology solutions that drive business change for customers globally. As part of DXC Technology (NYSE: DXC), Luxoft enables business transformation, enhances customer experiences, and boosts operational efficiency through its strategy, consulting, and engineering services.

Lycoming Engines

It began in 1845 as the Demorest Manufacturing Company producing sewing machines and bicycles in Williamsport, PA. The machinery always hinted greater things were to come. Becoming Lycoming Foundry and Machine Company in 1907, Lycoming developed automobile engines in a market driven by the needs of a nation at war.