Military & Aerospace Blog
4/11/2012 11:27 AM EDT
Mid-February, President Obama signed a new FAA re-authorization bill that allows the use of drones into commercial U.S. skies. Here, Robert Dewar, AdaCore’s CEO, explains that it’s time to take security seriously and to let people know that the technology to do this currently exists.
post comment 24 comments last comment Willpower99
I agree RC aircraft rules are a good place to start, but they are usually over unpopulated areas and ...
4/6/2012 6:04 AM EDT
This is not fiction. Flying cars are moving closer to reality.
post comment 2 comments last comment James Miller
Agreed. The hope of getting a fuel efficient vehicle that can both fly and drive will likely be a ...
3/29/2012 10:19 AM EDT
The new FAA bill paves the way for use of UAVs into commercial US skies, opening up new market opportunities for technology vendors that now operate in the government and defense industry.
post comment 4 comments last comment sukiennong.vn
good opportunity for mobile user too
3/13/2012 11:51 AM EDT
The deadline is fast approaching for submissions for three conferences to be held in Boston in September. ESC, the Android Summit and DesignMED will all form part of DESIGN East.
3/7/2012 12:00 PM EST
Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania have built flying quadrotors, small, agile robots that swarm, sense each other, and form ad hoc teams – for construction, surveying disasters and far more.
post comment 4 comments last comment anne-francoise.pele
All I can say is thank you for pointing out this careless mistake. I have corrected it. Of ...
2/29/2012 11:13 AM EST
Seeking to encourage scientific vocations among young people, YouTube has launched a worldwide competition, YouTube Space Lab, in partnership with Lenovo, Space Adventures, NASA and the Europe and Japan space agencies.
2/23/2012 6:04 AM EST
Boeing has called for the inspection of 787 Dreamliners after finding signs of delamination on the fuselage of the first passenger jetliner built of carbon-fiber composites. Here, Robert Yancey at Altair Engineering raises delamination issues and the challenges surrounding subcontractors’ use of various techniques to make composite parts. He explains how simulation can prevent delamination.
post comment 1 comment last comment sierra tango
a little more technical meat and detail would be welcomed....otherwise it serves as an appetizer
2/1/2012 4:23 PM EST
Analysts project 9.3% growth in 2012.
1/25/2012 3:45 PM EST
Spherical cows, girlfriends at the limit, and drinking and deriving.
post comment 24 comments last comment John Smith
Engineer as a Designer of the Human Body Three engineering students were gathered together ...
1/18/2012 4:04 PM EST
These days, the term high-reliability shows up everywhere. Has it lost its meaning?
post comment 3 comments last comment Kezber
That is really nice post. Thank you