Aerospace & Defence
FRM-A and DRM-A: for demanding requirements in avionics
SCHURTER addresses avionic industry needs with the FRM-A and DRM-A fuse holder/fuse combination.
Horizon Aircraft successfully completes wind tunnel transition flight testing
Horizon Aircraft, an innovator in hybrid electric Vertical Take-off and Landing (eVTOL) aerial vehicles, has announced that it has successfully completed initial transition flight testing of its ‘Cavorite X5’ 50% scale eVTOL prototype in the world class ACE Climatic Wind Tunnel.
GNSS simulation for LEO constellation and navigation signals
Orolia, a Safran Electronics & Defence company, has partnered with Xona Space Systems to develop support for Xona’s Low-Earth-Orbit (LEO) constellation and navigation signals in its Skydel-powered simulation and testing products.
NASA names astronauts to next Moon mission
NASA and the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) announced the four astronauts who will venture around the Moon on Artemis II, the first crewed mission on NASA’s path to establishing a long-term presence at the Moon for science and exploration through Artemis. The agencies revealed the crew members Monday during an event at Ellington Field near NASA’s Johnson Space Centre in Houston.
Effective time tracking improves efficiency for MRO organisations
Sensus Aero is offering new-gen software solution for the aviation industry that aims to improves efficiency for MRO organisations, here's why.
Venturi Astrolab’s FLEX rover to launch to the Moon
In three years' time, the Monegasque Venturi Group will write the most impressive page in its history: in 2026, the FLEX (Flexible Logistics and Exploration) rover, the result of an international collaboration (see below), will head for the Moon.
Airbus autonomously controls a drone from a tanker aircraft
Airbus Defence and Space and the company’s wholly-owned subsidiary, Airbus UpNext, have achieved in-flight autonomous guidance and control of a drone using an A310 MRTT.
Ensuring success among the stars
The space race didn’t get off to the best start this year, with the UK’s first ever satellite mission ending in disappointment.
UK space sector income reaches £17.5bn as jobs grow
The amount the UK space sector brings to the UK economy has grown by £1 billion, helping to launch new business and create jobs across the country, according to latest figures.
New electric drone testing and training facility in the works
Planning permission has recently been granted for a new drone training and testing facility at the Royal Holloway, University of London.