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  • Headlines from AIAA AVIATION 2014
    Headlines from AIAA AVIATION 2014

    Check out the latest happenings from the AIAA AVIATION Forum, taking place 16-20 June 2014, in Atlanta, GA. 

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  • Aeronautics technology development: Time to pick up the pace
    Aeronautics technology development: Time to pick up the pace

    The message from the Friday morning plenary panel at AVIATION 2014 is that change does not happen rapidly in aerospace. As the FAA’s Steve Bradford put it...   More...

  • NASA plans faster, open-minded aeronautics research
    NASA plans faster, open-minded aeronautics research

    NASA is in the process of realigning its aeronautics research operations to bring a renewed focus on X-planes and accelerate progress toward overland supersonic combustion, cleaner-burning engines...   More...

  • Pushing through the hurdles of low altitude flight
    Pushing through the hurdles of low altitude flight

    We are in a very exciting time for those involved in the commercialization of low altitude vehicles. Within the next 1-5 years, full integration into the commercial airspace will happen...   More...

  • NextGen on course to make aviation safer and cleaner
    NextGen on course to make aviation safer and cleaner

    “Next Generation [NextGen] air traffic control technology transforms how we look at and manage air traffic,” said Michael Whitaker, deputy administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration, addressing a capacity audience...   More...

  • ‘Tough decisions’ ahead for NextGen
    ‘Tough decisions’ ahead for NextGen

    Budget cuts to the FAA’s NextGen air traffic management modernization program over the past few years are beginning to take a toll, and in response FAA officials...   More...

  • Partnering with governments for UAS success
    Partnering with governments for UAS success

    The message from the afternoon panel, “Creating a Successful Commercial UAS Business Environment: Challenges and Opportunities,” is that if unmanned aerial systems – UAS – are to thrive in the U.S...   More...

  • Collective effort needed to tackle aviation's challenges
    Collective effort needed to tackle aviation's challenges

    The issues and challenges facing today’s aviation industry can’t be solved “just by one company, by one country,” said Axel Krein, senior vice president, research and technology, Airbus...   More...

  • FAA: New tech, fuels necessary for cleaner future
    FAA: New tech, fuels necessary for cleaner future

    The navigation improvements being rolled out under the FAA’s NextGen initiative won’t by themselves bring the industry in line with the ambitious carbon reduction goals...

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  • Supply chains: Quality is job 1
    Supply chains: Quality is job 1

    When you think aerospace, you think engines, wings and planes; you don’t normally think about the way all of the parts got there. But you should...

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  • Unmanned test site winners pledge cooperation
    Unmanned test site winners pledge cooperation

    Just six months after engaging in a fierce national competition to be named one of the nation’s official unmanned aircraft test sites, representatives of the six winning organizations gathered...   More...

  • Brazilian, Chinese experts discuss aviation trends
    Brazilian, Chinese experts discuss aviation trends

    Brazil and China plan to grow their aerospace industries by supporting their industries and academia, and some of those plans were discussed during the session...   More...

  • Integrating the world’s air transportation systems
    Integrating the world’s air transportation systems

    If we want to have smarter, cleaner and safer aircraft operations throughout the global aviation enterprise, we will have to find the political will to work together to implement the technological systems...   More...

  • Eye on tomorrow’s leaders
    Eye on tomorrow’s leaders

    The Monday evening Rising Leaders in Aerospace Forum offered younger professionals and students an opportunity to learn how to get involved in AIAA. Ben Marcionna of Lockheed Martin moderated the panel...   More...

  • Moving computational fluid dynamics analysis forward
    Moving computational fluid dynamics analysis forward

    Does computational fluid dynamics still have a place in aerospace analysis? The answer from a panel of experts gathered at AIAA’s AVIATION 2014 Forum in Atlanta, GA, was...   More...

  • Aviation industry vital to U.S. economy
    Aviation industry vital to U.S. economy

    The importance of the aviation industry, not only to the state of Georgia but also to the U.S. economy, was the focus of a Monday morning panel discussion at AIAA’s AVIATION Forum...   More...

  • F-35 Joint Strike Fighter: Strategic necessity and economic powerhouse
    F-35 Joint Strike Fighter: Strategic necessity and economic powerhouse

    The F-35 Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter is not just an extremely effective warfighting machine but also a robust engine of economic growth for the U.S. and its international partners, said Orlando Carvalho...   More...

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