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Aerospace

Upcoming Webinars: Aerospace
Aircraft Noise Emissions Certification/Reduction

This 60-minute Webinar offers information on how SIMULIA PowerFLOW is used by industry and research institutions to assess and reduce the noise that people hear when an aircraft flies over them. This noise comes not only from the engines but also the airflow around the landing gears,...

INSIDER: Aerospace

When air taxis begin shuttling us around, the rides they offer will need to be safe and smooth. These small electric aircraft will be nimble enough to operate in cities, but sudden...

INSIDER: Software

A tool was developed that uses machine learning and a dynamical systems-based approach to identify a precursor of combustion instability in engines. Combustion engines, like those in...

On-Demand Webinars: Aerospace
FACE 3.1 Enhancements: What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

The Future Airborne Capability Environment (FACE™) approach is a government-and-industry-developed software standard and business strategy. It satisfies the DoD Modular Open Systems Approach (MOSA) principles with the aim of enabling the reuse of capability-based software components...

On-Demand Webinars: Aerospace
The Impact of SOSA on Military Computing

The Sensor Open Systems Architecture (SOSA) is a relatively new standard being driven by the Air Force, Army, Navy, and various government agencies to develop a unified, technical, open systems architecture standard for complex systems such as radar, EO/IR, SIGINT, electronic warfare, and...

INSIDER: Software

There have been approximately 1,200 to 1,300 general aviation accidents per year since 2013, which is down from the years before. While the improvement is good, NASA is working to...

INSIDER: Aerospace

Carbon-neutral fuels are crucial for making aviation and maritime transport sustainable. Scientists at ETH Zurich have built a plant that can produce carbon-neutral liquid fuels from sunlight...

INSIDER: Communications

Princeton University researchers have taken a step toward developing a type of antenna array that could coat an airplane’s wings. The technology, which could enable many uses of emerging...

INSIDER: Medical

Warfighters from across the nation conducted operational testing of new chemical agent detection systems between October and November. Through these warfighters’ efforts, data was...

INSIDER: Propulsion

Researchers at Georgia Tech developed a concept that would make Martian rocket fuel, on Mars, that could be used to launch future astronauts back to Earth. The bioproduction process would use three...

INSIDER: Propulsion

The future of commercial flight is sustainable, efficient, and cleaner. To make this vision a reality, NASA working to develop highly efficient engines for future single-aisle...

INSIDER: Materials

A super-strong, highly ductile, super-light titanium-based alloy was developed using 3D printing. The process provides a method to design alloys with unprecedented structures and properties for...

INSIDER: RF & Microwave Electronics

After being forced to go virtual in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, SMi Group's 23rd annual Global MilSatCom Conference & Exhibition returns to being an in-person event on November 2-4, 2021, in...

INSIDER: Communications

The first day of Global MilSatCom 2021 will primarily focus on the UK Ministry of Defence's (MoD) SATCOM needs and capabilities, with particular emphasis on their SKYNET Enduring Capability ( SKEC )...

INSIDER: Defense

Officially formed in December 2019 as a separate and distinct branch of the United States armed forces and organized under the Department of the Air Force, the United States Space Force is...

INSIDER: Aerospace

If you're interested in what the US and UK's allies around the world are doing in the MILSATCOM arena, Day 3's presentations should answer many of those questions.

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NASA’s Scalable Traffic Management for Emergency Response Operations, or STEReO, project is designing software and communication tools to help disaster responders work more safely and...

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Flying cars, drones, and other urban aerial mobility vehicles have potential to provide efficient transportation and delivery solutions but what happens if a drone breaks down over a...

INSIDER: Aerospace

Replacing petroleum-based aviation fuel with sustainable aviation fuel derived from a type of mustard plant can reduce carbon emissions by up to 68%, according to new research from...

News: Aerospace
One of the most impressive things about a trade show like AUSA 2021 is not just the tech on display, but the size of the tech on display.
INSIDER: Aerospace

Lockheed Martin is adding to its manufacturing capabilities portfolio with the grand opening of a new production facility in Courtland, Alabama, focused on...

INSIDER: Mechanical & Fluid Systems

If Rosie the Riveter had access to a new riveting technology, the erstwhile character of WWII fame could have worked faster and made lighter products. Today,...

INSIDER: Materials

Materials for aerospace applications face many challenges. The structure of an aircraft must be light yet strong. Structural components such as the wings or...

News: Aerospace
After skipping a year in 2020 due to COVID, AUSA 2021 returned to Washington, DC and came back strong. Army strong some might say.
INSIDER: Aerospace

The largest missile ever to launch from Sandia’s Kauai Test Facility in Hawaii has shown the storied test range is still growing to meet the testing needs of advanced weapons systems....

INSIDER: RF & Microwave Electronics

The Defense Department relies on nuclear-armed bombers, submarines and intercontinental ballistic missiles, as well as space-based sensors, to provide a strategic deterrence...

INSIDER: Aerospace

Ultra-efficient 3D printed catalysts could help solve the challenge of overheating in hypersonic aircraft and offer a revolutionary solution to thermal management across countless...

INSIDER: Aerospace

As part of an effort aimed at making aviation more sustainable, NASA has transferred an air traffic management tool to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for nationwide implementation. The...

Application Briefs: Robotics, Automation & Control
Built around three core elements – software, hardware, and antennas – Crysalis was designed to simplify the operation of robotic systems.

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