13–17 June 2016
Washington Hilton, Washington, D.C.

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  • Bell V-280 Tiltrotor Debuts at Farnborough Air Show

    Bell V-280 Tiltrotor Debuts at Farnborough Air Show

    12 July 2016, 10:45 a.m. EDT
    The Bell V-280 Valor, one of two contenders to replace the Pentagon’s fleet of UH-60 Black Hawks, AH-64 Apaches and other...
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  • DEMAND for UNMANNED Student Competition

    DEMAND for UNMANNED Student Competition

    7 July 2016, 2:10 p.m. EDT
    As part of the DEMAND for UNMANNED symposium held in conjunction with AIAA AVIATION 2016, the AIAA K–12 STEM Committee, led by Tucker Hamilton, presented a concept...
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  • AIAA DEMAND for UNMANNED Puts Focus on Drone Technology and Research

    AIAA DEMAND for UNMANNED Puts Focus on Drone Technology and Research

    1 July 2016, 10:15 a.m. EDT
    Some of the most influential names in the drone and aviation industries participated in the American Institute of Aeronautics...
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  • FAA Issues Commercial Drone Regulations

    FAA Issues Commercial Drone Regulations

    22 June 2016
    The New York Times reports that the FAA issued its long-awaited commercial drone regulations on Tuesday...
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  • Headlines from AVIATION 2016

    Headlines from AVIATION 2016

    Check out the latest news from AVIATION 2016, taking place 13–17 June in Washington, DC. More...

  • Collaboration, Coordination Key to Successful Supersonic Flight Testing Program

    Collaboration, Coordination Key to Successful Supersonic Flight Testing Program

    17 June 2016, 6:20 p.m. EDT
    Communication and collaboration between flight test engineers and test pilots was significant in developing hypersonic flight — from the early X-1...
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  • Tomorrow’s Drones Are Amazing, but Obstacles Exist

    Tomorrow’s Drones Are Amazing, but Obstacles Exist

    17 June 2016, 11:20 a.m. EDT
    NASA Administrator Charles Bolden said he wants to elevate aviation research to a “billion dollar budget,” and he vowed...
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  • Aircraft Designs Test the Limits of Regulation, CFD Software Simulation

    Aircraft Designs Test the Limits of Regulation, CFD Software Simulation

    17 June 2016, 10:50 a.m. EDT
    Aeronautics technology has advanced beyond what FAA regulations were originally written to cover, and although computational
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  • Bolden Names New X-plane, Shares Budget Desires

    Bolden Names New X-plane, Shares Budget Desires

    17 June 2016, 10:30 a.m. EDT
    NASA Administrator Charles Bolden said he wants to elevate aviation research to a “billion dollar budget,” and he vowed...
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  • Industry and Commerce Working Toward Safe, Beneficial UAS Traffic Management

    Industry and Commerce Working Toward Safe, Beneficial UAS Traffic Management

    17 June 2016, 9:45 a.m. EDT
    Managing the airspace traffic for unmanned aerial systems will take a coordinated effort from industry and government to keep the systems flying safely...
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  • ASSURE Committee Is Picking Up Momentum

    ASSURE Committee Is Picking Up Momentum

    16 June 2016, 5:10 p.m. EDT
    Members of the Alliance for System Safety of UAS through Research Excellence, or ASSURE, discussed the committee...
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  • Drones Need More Room to Grow

    Drones Need More Room to Grow

    16 June 2016, 3:40 p.m. EDT
    The transformation of the country’s airspace to manage more traffic is well underway, and now is the time to give drones...
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  • John Langford: UAS Industry Is Growing, and Focus Needs to Shift

    John Langford: UAS Industry Is Growing, and Focus Needs to Shift

    16 June 2016, 3:10 p.m. EDT
    The unmanned aerial system industry has outpaced the growth of the general aviation business, and now...
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  • Fresh Hope for General Aviation Community

    Fresh Hope for General Aviation Community

    16 June 2016, 1:45 p.m. EDT
    The general aviation industry has been hampered by an out-of-date FAA certification rule that has driven up the costs...
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  • NASA Has a Plan, but It Needs Your Help

    NASA Has a Plan, but It Needs Your Help

    15 June 2016, 11:45 p.m. EDT
    NASA has a roadmap for the future of autonomous design and application, but it needs help from the aviation...
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  • Getting Past Barriers to Embrace Profound Changes in Civil Aviation

    Getting Past Barriers to Embrace Profound Changes in Civil Aviation

    15 June 2016, 7:55 p.m. EDT
    Research shows there are barriers to overcome as the movement toward an autonomous system that can...
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  • Driverless Cars Have Much to Learn From Aviation

    Driverless Cars Have Much to Learn From Aviation

    15 June 2016, 7:30 p.m. EDT
    The coming autonomous world of travel and transportation is one in which two industries could learn from each other...
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  • Inventors Hope Investors Give Them Room to Grow

    Inventors Hope Investors Give Them Room to Grow

    15 June 2016, 3:35 p.m. EDT
    Building the next generation of unmanned aerial systems requires educating investors and convincing them...
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  • Developers Charged With Making UAS a More Trusted and Autonomous System

    Developers Charged With Making UAS a More Trusted and Autonomous System

    15 June 2016, 2:25 p.m. EDT
    Getting a more autonomous unmanned aerial system to understand what it needs to do with less human direction and finding...
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  • Cyberattacks Are a Constant Threat That Keeps Changing

    Cyberattacks Are a Constant Threat That Keeps Changing

    15 June 2016, 11:50 a.m. EDT
    Former national counterterrorism chief Richard Clarke returned to AIAA Aviation and Aeronautics Forum...
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  • Resilience and Technology Are the Keys to the Future of U.S. Military Aviation

    Resilience and Technology Are the Keys to the Future of U.S. Military Aviation

    14 June 2016, 11:30 p.m. EDT
    U.S. military aviation faces a number of challenges, including a declining national infrastructure and industrial base, lengthy...
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  • The Flight Plan for NASA Aeronautics Is Direct — Thanks to a Good Roadmap

    The Flight Plan for NASA Aeronautics Is Direct — Thanks to a Good Roadmap

    14 June 2016, 5:30 p.m. EDT
    In 2013, sensing a need to establish a clear direction for aeronautics research, NASA unveiled a roadmap for the next 25 years.
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  • The HondaJet: How One Engineer’s Dream Project Became a Reality

    The HondaJet: How One Engineer’s Dream Project Became a Reality

    14 June 2016, 2:00 p.m. EDT
    It’s rare in the modern world that any manufactured vehicle is the dream project of only one engineer. Huge teams...
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  • Aircraft Innovations in Era of Big Data and Fast Growth

    Aircraft Innovations in Era of Big Data and Fast Growth

    14 June 2016, 11:45 a.m. EDT
    Today might seem a fertile time for building a better airplane. Global passenger traffic is projected to double in the next...
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  • Rep. Steve Knight: Winning the Next Aeronautical Race Requires Help From Congress

    Rep. Steve Knight: Winning the Next Aeronautical Race Requires Help From Congress

    14 June 2016, 11:15 a.m. EDT
    Congress has a history of stepping up in worry for aviation and space research. After all, Congress founded NASA’s predecessor...
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  • Learning from the Past: What It Takes to Remain Relevant for 100 Years

    Learning from the Past: What It Takes to Remain Relevant for 100 Years

    14 June 2016, 10:15 a.m. EDT
    The past century has seen stunning innovation in the world of aerospace, and Boeing has had a front row seat for it all.
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  • The Future of Aerospace Education Is Hands-On and Innovative

    The Future of Aerospace Education Is Hands-On and Innovative

    13 June 2016, 6:50 p.m. EDT
    With a tidal wave of retirements due to hit the aerospace community by 2025, it will be up to the next generation...
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  • Don’t Take On-Time Arrivals for Granted

    Don’t Take On-Time Arrivals for Granted

    13 June 2016, 4:00 p.m. EDT
    The next time you‘re on a flight and the pilot announces that you’ll be arriving on time or even early, don’t take it for...
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  • Commercial Aviation: Rooted in Glory, Strained by Exponential Growth

    Commercial Aviation: Rooted in Glory, Strained by Exponential Growth

    13 June 2016, 2:45 p.m. EDT
    From the first flight in 1903, the commercial aviation industry has grown swiftly and has achieved much, but that growth...
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