London To New York In 30 Minutes: New ‘Skreemr’ Plane Could Hit Mach 10 - Yahoo News UK

miércoles, 28 de octubre de 2015

https://uk.news.yahoo.com/london-to-new-york-in-30-minutes--new--skreemr--plane-could-hit-mach-10-105458257.html

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Walmart Applies For Permission To Test Delivery UAVs [feedly]

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Walmart Applies For Permission To Test Delivery UAVs
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Seeks Section 333 Exemption To Conduct Outdoor Tests Walmart has applied to the FAA for a Section 333 exemption that would allow the retail giant to test UAVs that would deliver items to customers in the parking lot, or at their homes.
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Four Companies Jointly Demonstrate Technology For Safe Drone Operations [feedly]

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Four Companies Jointly Demonstrate Technology For Safe Drone Operations
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PrecisionHawk, Verizon, Harris And DigitalGlobe Working Through FAA Pathfinder And NASA UTM Frameworks A group of four companies says they have successfully completed initial testing of high-performance airspace services for consumer and enterprise drones. The companies have integrated their technologies ... Verizon's LTE network, Harris' ADS-B and aircraft surveillance network, DigitalGlobe's Geospatial Big Data Platform and PrecisionHawk's LATAS (Low Altitude Traffic and Airspace Safety) platform ... to serve as a pathway for safe drone integration.
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Full-Scale Assembly And Test of NASA's Orion Spacecraft Underway [feedly]

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Full-Scale Assembly And Test of NASA's Orion Spacecraft Underway
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Lockheed Martin, NASA Complete Critical Design Review Of The Vehicle The majority of the Orion spacecraft's Critical Design Review (CDR) has been completed by NASA and prime contractor Lockheed Martin, which means the spacecraft's design is mature enough to move into full-scale fabrication, assembly, integration and test of the vehicle. It also means that the program is on track to complete the spacecraft's development to meet NASA's Exploration Mission-1 (EM-1) performance requirements.
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US Air Force Selects Northrop Grumman as Partner on Long-Range Strike Bomber

http://www.globenewswire.com/newsarchive/noc/press/xml/nitf.html?d=10154245

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ANALYSIS: AgustaWestland eyes future developments warily

http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/analysis-agustawestland-eyes-future-developments-wa-417799/

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Boeing and Lockheed Martin Statement on U.S. Air Force Long Range Strike-Bomber Decision

http://boeing.mediaroom.com/2015-10-27-Boeing-and-Lockheed-Martin-Statement-on-U-S-Air-Force-Long-Range-Strike-Bomber-Decision

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Tecnam targets June for 20-12 Traveller Flight

http://www.australianflying.com.au/news/tecnam-targets-june-for-traveller-flight

Tecnam Aircraft has said their PTwenty-Twelve Traveller is on target to make its first flight in June.

The Traveller is an 11-seat, twin-engined high-wing aircraft designed to replace ageing Piper Navajo and Cessna 400 series aircraft currently used in charter operations.

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Next bomber question: Will Boeing and Lockheed challenge Pentagon decision? - Puget Sound Business Journal

http://www.bizjournals.com/seattle/blog/2015/10/next-bomber-question-will-boeing-and-lockheed.html?ana=twt

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Northrop beats Boeing for crucial Pentagon bomber contract | The Seattle Times

In a big blow to Boeing, the Pentagon has picked Northrop Grumman to design and build the new top-secret Long Range Strike Bomber for the Air Force. The decision leaves Boeing with no design or manufacturing work on the nation's next generation of fighters and bombers.

http://www.seattletimes.com/business/boeing-aerospace/northrop-beats-boeing-for-crucial-pentagon-bomber-contract/

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