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Airbus claims “tiny tweaks” needed for full compliance while Boeing declares victory in 12-year-old dispute
The D8 demonstrates efficiencies in commercial aircraft.
The committee of senior-level executives that will advise the FAA in further introducing drones held its inaugural meeting in Washington, D.C.
The research program covers three phases and will last nearly a year and will be done at Astronautics's Milwaukee headquarters.
The research and development organization invited companies to demonstrate systems that detect and stop small drones weight under five pounds.
Company acquires two additive manufacturing equipment suppliers
The FAA needs to work on its long-term vision for the NextGen Air Transportation System, according to the DOT Office of Inspector General.
The cabinet-level department will make the small rotary-wing drones available for use by its constituent agencies.
center will conduct R&D on technical training for air traffic controllers, aviation safety inspectors, engineers, pilots and technicians.
Astronautics will host a research lab at its Milwaukee campus, to facilitate study of aerospace security and cyber projects.