The design of GE’s recently completed $60-$70 million utility plant is intended to look like one of its jet engines. Frank Lloyd Wright would have smiled about the powerplant’s powerplant shape.Read More
Innovation and Creativity
Two surprising examples of the crossover between aviation and art.
The Airvinci derived much of its concept from one of Leonardo da Vinci’s inventions from more than a half millennium ago.
A 17 year old Vancouver, Canada high school student, Raymond Wang, created a device that will improve air quality in aircraft cabins.
Due to the efforts of the National Air & Space Museum’s curator, ATC Towers will be treated as art at an exhibit there.
A new technical alliance and a new category of association membership both positive advancements towards the greener goal.
Some stories are too well written and too interesting to be the basis of some analysis here; so here is Michael Byrne’s story verbatim from Motherboard.
Three fascinating examples, all signifying that this sector is moving crisply towards the future.
Joint venture between the Boeing Company & Embraer will assess options to reduce fuel use, carbon emissions and noise.
This type of information needs to be better circulated; so SHARE THIS POST ON LinkedIn, Facebook or from the JDA Journal Website. Maybe aviation can compel the Greens to ground their positions in reality rather than fantasy.