Boeing & AerospaceBusiness Photos at Farnborough: inside the exhibition halls Originally published July 15, 2016 at 1:03 pm Updated July 15, 2016 at 2:48 pm The GEnx is GE’s engine for the 787 and the 747-8. The exhibition hall featured engines from GE and Rolls-Royce, along with ejection seats and autogyros. Share story By Dominic Gates Seattle Times aerospace reporter Martin-Baker is a company that makes ejection seats. At the company stand, a dramatic photo and a message from the pilot in the photo. “To all at Martin-Baker, thank you so much for your life-saving work. I owe you.” Signed by Harrier pilot Martin Pert. The photo is from May 14th 2009. Another view of that photo showing pilot Martin Pert ejecting from a burning plane. At the Rolls-Royce exhibit, a young Air Traning Corps cadet tries on a Microsoft Hololens and examines a 3-D hologram of a jet engine. By pinching his fingers, he pushes a button to show the air flow through the engine. Part airplane, part helicopter, the autogyro is marketed for search, surveillance and survey applications. Most Read Business Stories 'Feat of engineering': Richland's $1.9 million hyper car shatters world speed record WATCH Make your first home your last: The case for not moving up Her professional rugby career means resetting some financial goals Activists turn facial recognition tools against police Here's why building an electric car is so expensive, for now The intricate tubing and wiring of a Rolls-Royce Trent engine for the Airbus A350 Dominic Gates: 206-464-2963 or firstname.lastname@example.org; on Twitter: @dominicgates.