2019-03-13 - George Leopold

DARPA Hopes to Revolutionise Access to Space

DARPA has settled on a winged design for its spaceplane that would be propelled by a version of Aerojet Rocketdyne’s AR-22 engine

2019-03-07 - Mary E. Shacklett

Autonomous Air Passenger Vehicles to Shorten Your Commute

The autonomous air vehicle project is part of the Boeing NeXt program, which is targeted toward developing aero technology that can promote next generation urban, regional and global mobility.

2019-02-12 - Mary E. Shacklett

Analytics AI to Keep Planes in the Sky

There is a major push in aerospace to use predictive maintenance analytics and AI as a means of reducing the occurrence of unplanned maintenance.

2018-11-13 - Hailey Lynne McKeefry

Military & Aerospace Needs Modeling Gains

Old-fashioned CAD not doing the trick anymore, industry envisions cheaper, more flexible design tools

2018-09-06 - Sufia Tippu

Cyient/Bluebird JV Wins First UAV Order from Indian Army

Privately funded project the only one to meet requirements in trials

2018-08-21 - Sufia Tippu

India Readies for Human Space Flight by 2022

The Indian Space Research Organisation aims to be the fourth nation with humans in space

2017-07-26 - Teledyne e2v

Thales Alenia Space uses Teledyne processors

Teledyne e2v re-engineered its commercial-grade microprocessors to make it possible for use in Thales Alenia Space's European satellite missions.

2017-07-24 - LDRA

Updated LDRA tools support PowerPC assemblers

The tool suite will make it easy for avionics customers to certify their systems as they upgrade their 604-based legacy PowerPC chips to the newer e500 and e600 chips, according to LDRA.

2017-02-08 - Panasonic

THz transmitter revs satellite communications

A research group has developed a transmitter that achieves a communication speed of 105Gbit/s using the frequency range from 290GHz to 315GHz.

2017-01-19 - Xilinx

Iridium NEXT uses Xilinx space-grade FPGAs

Xilinx has announced its space-grade Virtex-5QV devices provide scalability and flexibility throughout their operational life in space on-board Iridium NEXT satellites.