Luke Schreier, vice president and general manager of aerospace, defense, and government business for National Instruments believes it’s time for aerospace testing companies to embrace open, modular hardware and partnerships with companies in other sectors
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Engineers are testing ion propulsion systems for the next generation of aircraft now, writes Paul Willis
Professor Ian Cooper from research organization TWI discusses how automating the latest inspection technologies can improve testing and inspection
Our annual flight test report reveals there are more new commercial airliners in testing now than there have been for many years
X-ray computed tomography (CT) has successfully entered the field of coordinate metrology as an innovative and flexible non-contact measurement technology for performing dimensional measurements on industrial parts
Researchers have recreated a quadcopter crashing into an aircraft wing to assess the damage from the impact
Prof. Ron Miles at Binghamton University, New York, discusses how he has developed an acoustic sensor 50 times more sensitive than conventional microphones
by Hal Altan Telemetry sounds like an esoteric term to someone who has never been…
Ergonomics and human factors is vital in aircraft but can be overlooked during testing and development. Here Nick discusses the latest trends and developments in cockpit design and testing.
This week marks 75 years since one of the world’s most famous bombing raids, the Dambusters. Hugh Hunt from the University of Cambridge’s Department of Engineering recreated the raid in 2011 and in this article discusses how engineers made a bomb bounce with tests that used marbles and golf balls.