Aerospace & Defence
JAXA’s SLIM moon lander timeline
Here you will find a SLIM moon lander timeline to better understand the mission's journey, what went wrong, and its eventual revival.
UK Space Agency making satellites sustainable
The UK Space Agency has announced funding for work which aims to prolong the life of satellites, as part of efforts to ensure space remains sustainable for future generations.
TMD ‘Pure-Play’ division for aerospace and defence
Triad has unveiled TMD, a ‘pure-play’ division dedicated to developing analog and mixed-signal integrated circuits exclusively for aerospace and defence.
PTC and BAE Systems work on next generation fighter pilot helmet
The design and development of mechanical components for BAE Systems' Striker II Helmet Mounted Display are being facilitated by the use of PTC's Creo software.
Explorer Bertrand Piccard to circumnavigate the world in hydrogen airplane
In a bold stride towards revolutionising the future of aviation, Swiss explorer Bertrand Piccard recently announced the inception of Climate Impulse, an ambitious project aiming to circumnavigate the globe non-stop in a green hydrogen-powered airplane.
MIL-QPL standard parts boost Foremost defence offering
Foremost Electronics is now offering designers of defence systems a wide range of components from APEM, manufactured with MIL-QPL military standards.
MicroCarb CO2 monitoring satellite ready for launch
MicroCarb, designed to monitor carbon fluxes on Earth by measuring carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, has completed assembly and qualification in the UK.
Paving the way for hydrogen aviation in Sweden and Norway
Airbus, together with Avinor, SAS, Swedavia, and Vattenfall, have formalised a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to explore the potential for a hydrogen fuel infrastructure at airports across Sweden and Norway.
Farnborough International Space Show to reconnect the global space community
Farnborough International (FIL) announced the inaugural Farnborough International Space Show, an annual event for the UK space industry, set to kickstart the commercial space age.
Highest safety level achieved for PikeOS
SYSGO's real-time operating system and hypervisor PikeOS has achieved the highest-level Category A (Cat. A) of the space safety standard ECSS-E-ST-40.