Some of RSL Project Solutions’ current and past clients are shown below.
Niteworks is a partnership between the UK Ministry of Defence (MOD), including the Defence Science & Technology Laboratory (Dstl), and industry. Niteworks aspires to be the definitive partnership to provide decision support to enhance current and future capability. Niteworks provides a unique collaborative environment which enables the MOD and industry to work together to make informed decisions for the MOD. Niteworks spans the MOD-Industry space to analyse problems, examine options and de-risk requirements, helping the MOD to make better, faster and more informed, decisions. Impartiality, scalability and agility are crucial components – they are constituted and operate in a way that enables the MOD to access a range of expertise without individual company bias.
The Joint Helicopter Command (JHC) was formed in 1999 to bring together under one command the battlefield helicopters of the Royal Navy (RN), Army and Royal Air Force (RAF). JHC delivers the core effects of LIFT, FIND and ATTACK on the battlefield supporting ground forces in the Land, Littoral and Maritime environments. The JHC operates over 200 aircraft including the Merlin and Wildcat helicopters of the Royal Navy’s Commando Helicopter Force, the Chinook and Puma helicopters of the Royal Air Force, the Apache, Wildcat, Lynx, Gazelle and Bell 212 helicopters and the Defender fixed wing aircraft of the Army Air Corps and the Watchkeeper operated by 47th Regiment Royal Artillery.
The Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) is a trading fund of MOD and Dstl is run along commercial lines. It is one of the principal government organisations dedicated to science and technology in the defence and security field. Dstl ensures that innovative science and technology contribute to the defence and security of the UK. Dstl supplies specialist services to the Ministry of Defence (MOD) and wider government. 60% of MOD’s science and technology programme (total funding: £400 million) is supplied by Dstl’s external partners in industry and academia worldwide.
Information Systems and Services (ISS) is a Cluster within the Joint Forces Command Top Level Budget of the UK Ministry of Defence. With its headquarters at Corsham, Wiltshire, and satellite sites including Andover, Bicester, Henlow, Stanbridge, Bath and Yeovilton, it currently employs around 5,000 people. ISS was created on 1 April 2008 from the former Defence Communications and Services Agency (DCSA).
Defence Equipment and Support (DE&S) is a bespoke trading entity, an arm’s length body of the Ministry of Defence. It has a £14 billion annual budget to buy and support all the equipment and services that the Royal Navy, British Army and Royal Air Force need to operate effectively. They work closely with industry, including through partnering agreements and private finance initiatives.
QinetiQ is a FTSE250 company with over 9,000 employees worldwide; their scientists and engineers solve some of the world’s most challenging problems. They offer high-end technical knowledge underpinned by world-class research and innovation. Their unique position enables them to serve as a trusted independent advisor to government organisations, predominantly in the UK and the US, including defence departments, intelligence services and security agencies.
Cobham Mission Systems are the world’s leading supplier of critical control solutions, they help their customers to increase the safety and mission capabilities of their personnel and equipment in extreme environments. Cobham’s proven and trusted solutions in air-to-air refuelling, life support, weapons carriage and unmanned systems, deliver assured performance and class-leading through-life costs that enable their customers to bring complex projects to market quickly, and with minimal risk.
NATS is the UK’s leading provider of air traffic control services. Each year they handle 2.2 million flights and 220 million passengers in UK airspace. In addition to providing services to 14 UK airports, and managing all upper airspace in the UK, they work in more than 30 countries around the world spanning Europe, the Middle East, Asia and North America