Tuesday, June 18, 2024

Airbus’ Eurodrone gets one step closer to production

The Eurodrone program has successfully performed the Preliminary Design Review (PDR).

Inversion Space promises to deliver cargo anywhere on Earth within an hour

Inversion is designing its capsule to be interoperable with any commercial launch vehicle.

Boeing ecoDemonstrator to test technologies to make aviation more efficient

The program is focused on strengthening operational efficiency and sustainability in cabin interiors.

World’s first commercial spaceplane is set for its debut ISS flight

NASA and Sierra Space have delivered Dream Chaser to Florida for launch preparation.

Japanese companies to develop world’s first biomass-fuelled ship

New bioship technology would use gas from biomass to propel ship.

BAE Systems to build one of most advanced jammers for fighter jets 

The RF self-protection jammer shields fighter jets from enemy attacks.

Textron Systems to deliver HQ UAS to the U.S. Army

It wins option 3 and 4 awards for the FTUAS programme.

Sheba launches world’s first autofocus automotive camera

It is the first time Sheba is offering an automotive-specific solution.

Hermeus begins testing precooler tech for hypersonic engine

The testing marks the first major engine milestone for Hermeus' supersonic Quarterhorse Mk 2 aircraft.

Feadship launches world’s first hydrogen fuel-cell superyacht

The company ushers in the fuel-cell era with the launch of 118.80-metre Project 821.

NASA’s supersonic X-59 steps towards safe first flight

Flight Readiness Review is the first step in the flight approval process.

New fusion reactor endurance record for tungsten tokamak WEST

This could open the door to practical fusion power on a commercial scale.