Keyword: Aerospace

Aerospace

Articles: Propulsion
Creep is an especially important consideration for engineers designing jet engine turbines.
Products: Electronics & Computers
Aircraft simulation systems, server boards, rugged computers, and more.
Application Briefs: Aerospace
UVision Air Ltd. recently unveiled its new modular weapon system: the Hero-120SF configuration.
Application Briefs: Manufacturing & Prototyping
Trophy Active Protection Systems will ultimately outfit four brigades of tanks.
Articles: Robotics, Automation & Control
NASA is adding a new antenna for communicating with the agency’s farthest-flung robotic spacecraft.
Briefs: Defense
Developing an improved model capable of generating realistic synthetic data that represents a wide range of systems can lead to new algorithms and data exploitation techniques.
Briefs: Electronics & Computers
The response of correlated oxides to strong electric fields and their dynamics is investigated using electrical transport measurements and electronic structure studies.
Briefs: Wearables
Accurate measurement of deformations occurring within or on soft materials will advance the next class of soft robotics and wearable biomedical sensors.
Briefs: Robotics, Automation & Control
Understanding the mechanics of insect flight could help improve the agility, autonomy, robustness and integrated sensing and processing of unmanned aerial vehicles.
Briefs: Sensors/Data Acquisition
New wearables will provide soldiers and small unit leaders with actionable information needed to ensure individual and squad performance readiness.
INSIDER: Aerospace

NASA’s Safeguard uses geo-fencing technology to create no-fly zones for any equipped UAV to assure it only operates in approved airspace. It can also be used to establish flight ceilings to ensure a...

INSIDER: Photonics/Optics

University of Illinois researchers have demonstrated a new method for testing microscopic aeronautical materials at ultra-high temperatures. The test combines two commonly...

INSIDER: Test & Measurement

As NASA leads the way for human exploration at the Moon and beyond, space radiation is one of the biggest hazards crews face. NASA is testing the AstroRad radiation protection vest on...

INSIDER: Aerospace

Ending NASA’s Space Shuttle into orbit required more than 3.5 million pounds of fuel, which is about 15 times heavier than a blue whale. But a new type of engine — called a...

INSIDER: Sensors/Data Acquisition

GPS is used every day to navigate on Earth. As NASA prepares to land humans on the Moon by 2024, new laser-based technology will safely and precisely navigate astronauts to their destination.

INSIDER: Aerospace

Brown University researchers have developed a new wing design for small drones that could make them far more stable and efficient. The wing replaces the smooth contour found on the leading edges...

INSIDER: Software

Argonne National Lab scientists developed a numerical modeling tool that helps researchers better understand Rotating Detonation Engines that could one day propel the next generation of airplanes and...

INSIDER: Communications

The increase in unmanned aircraft (UA) traffic is leading to an increase in communications disruptions because too many vehicles are trying to use the same limited number of frequencies.

INSIDER: Aerospace

Water repellency is needed for surfaces to shed condensation buildup. New research by the University of Illinois and North Carolina State University shows that the necessity...

INSIDER: Materials

Common nail polish remover combined with light upgrades it to higher-mass hydrocarbons, creating an additive that can be blended with conventional jet fuel with environmental benefits....

Articles: Imaging
Full motion video (FMV) sensors are essential assets and provide real-time situational awareness with minimal latency.
Articles: Mechanical & Fluid Systems
Companies are introducing "Industry 4.0" technology at a rapid pace, turning the next-generation vision of manufacturing into reality.
Articles: Packaging & Sterilization
For many manufacturers, plasma-applied coatings and surface treatments can play a significant role in new product development.
Articles: Power
Wireless communications is a broad market and PAs fill a wide array of those applications.
Products: Aerospace
Flexible testing systems; mission-defense tech; high-speed comparators; and more.
Articles: RF & Microwave Electronics
Learn how to protect electronics from the extreme environment of space.
Application Briefs: Propulsion
Powered by a turbojet engine, the SPEAR missile offers over double the range.
Briefs: Semiconductors & ICs
New synthesized materials open the way to govern the density of helicity, axial charge, and its flow, axial current.
Briefs: Materials
A study aims to find a suitable decontaminant that can be used successfully in complex transportation vehicles with no negative impact on sensitive electronic equipment.