Commercial Opportunities Move Aerospace Forward
Unmanned Cowboys CTO Ben Loh and CEO Dyan Gibbens demonstrate their Atlas UAV at a Senate Aerospace Caucus luncheon. Photo: AIA
Interview by Rachel Duran
The aerospace industry creates lines that are less dependent on government-funded work.
Members of the aerospace industry continue to expand their commercial product lines…
Commercial Drone Industry Poised for Liftoff
The Lone Star UAS Center’s RS-16(right) flies over Port Mansfield, Texas during a mission in June of 2015. Photo: Texas A&M University – Corpus Christi/Marketing & Communications
By Mark Kleszczewski
The sky’s the limit for emerging drone sector.
Though originally developed by the military decades ago…
Honeywell Breaks Ground in Puerto Rico
Honeywell Aerospace executives joined members of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico earlier this week to break ground on the construction of a new research and development laboratory that the company will operate in the northern municipality of Moca.
During the last months, Honeywell Aerospace has been working closely with the…
Communities Facilitate Aerospace Industry Success
By Rachel Duran
Infrastructure, skilled workforce and partnerships attract companies to aerotropolis centers.
When you are the home county of an international airport, combining the region’s integrated logistics network together with business amenities, shopping and recreational opportunities to create a seamless experience, is a wise business initiative. In Leduc…
The Immeasurable Potential of Unmanned Systems
By Rachel Duran
The UAS industry is ready to explode; test sites a critical starting point.
The year 2014 is going to be the biggest yet for the unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) industry, says James Grimsley, president of Design Intelligence Inc. LLC, with locations in Norman and Stillwater, Okla.