The exhibition hall featured engines from GE and Rolls-Royce, along with ejection seats and autogyros.

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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.

The intricate tubing and wiring of a Rolls-Royce Trent engine for the Airbus A350