Three aviation safety announcements from the Paris Air Show, the world’s #1 convocation of military and civilian aircraft.
Prognos for Aircraft, a performance monitoring and alert solution, and Prognos for Engine, a dedicated failure prediction system, are both already in use.
As technology evolves and passenger demand multiplies, “necessity is the mother of invention” becomes the mantra of aviation. Advancements are occurring that 5-10 years were unthought of.
Airbus Aerial is a service company offering the range of Toulouse expertise to companies which want an aerial view of their businesses and marketplace.
NASA and Black Swift Technologies are designing a rugged sUAS to fly into volcanoes to gather data. With that information, the flight paths can be planned better.
To force flying car certification before proof of airworthiness will hurt this nascent business with such great potential.
Boeing and Norsk Titanium have incorporated 3D printed titanium parts as a structural element of the 787 Dreamliner.
Privatizing the Hughes Center is not a realistic option. Reviewing the options may reduce anxiety and uncertainty, and offer some reasonable expectations.