Propulsion startup ZeroAvia conducted the first flight of its hydrogen-electric powertrain on a Dornier 228 testbed from Cotswold Airport, England, on Jan. 19.
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LIFT, the Detroit-based Department of Defense manufacturing innovation institute, announces the launch of a materials characterization and testing project, led by Alfred University, aimed at
A new coalition of organizations with expertise in defense technology will push for more 5G adoption.
Military contractors are now using augmented reality (AR) for everything from training to manufacturing to battlefield operations, and that trend is likely to increase.
When it comes to processes used to develop products for aerospace, “Which is better for metal-to-metal bonding?” is a common question for manufacturers. There are several different processes for
Researchers have unveiled the product of a technology research partnership between the Army and researchers at Vanderbilt University this week: a lightweight exosuit to boost soldiers’
The aerospace and defense industry was one of the first to adopt additive technology – thanks to the many applications of AM, the sector become one of the market’s biggest player, contributing
Digitalization in the aviation industry isn’t a new concept. Aviation companies started their digital transformation journeys years ago. Some of these plans were disrupted due to the pandemic’s
For decades across the aerospace and defense industry, companies have created individual defense capabilities, such as a new aircraft, based on the mission needs of their particular military
The manufacturing of composite materials combines two or more materials to create a new material for an intended purpose.