The company which brought Wea was posted on this thread somewhere, you would think that they would have posted on their web site what their future intentions were. At this rate they won't have to bother as the customer base which they have built up will be deminished to such an extent that they will have few customers apart from DE [&o]
Edit: This is what David Gladwin posted a while back:
Since I get a regular number of enquiries about Wea I asked Alwin for an update:
On 15th August he became CEO of the company.
On 15th Sept he sold the company to the Turkish company (KOC) mentioned earlier.
Alwin continues working on developing the systems with a new Futaba adapter, the MUX board and Bluetooth unit will be ready next week. I also requested news on the English voice files, as I was told in Dayton at the JWM that it was finished. There was no mention of it in the email !
That's all I know, guys, don't shoot the messenger !
Also this what Harry C posted last year:
The following is a google translation of an announcement on the front page of Wea's german language site this morning. Fineworx seems to be a firm in Turkey that makes model gliders, http://www.fineworx.net/#/NEWS/
The merger is perfect!
weatronic fineworx and will go from now on common routes.
Both companies are working on now under the umbrella of the ASC group together.
The firm fineworx deals mainly with the development of RC models in the model airplane can, and especially in the sports field to a wide
Wealth of experience to fall back.
With this cooperation, new structures and opportunities arise in our Companies. We are proud to offer our customers now, with the technical safety Advantage of ensuring Weatronic products and developing new products can guarantee. The passion for innovation and the desire for perfection obtained in this cooperation a stable support.
Weatronic and fineworx - together into a new era of remote control technology.