June 16, 2014

AIRSPACE MANAGEMENT

Managing Unmanned

AIRSPACE MANAGEMENT

Enabling Autonomy

AIRSPACE MANAGEMENT

Credibility Crunch

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AIRSPACE MANAGEMENT

Managing Unmanned

Projections for growth in civil unmanned aircraft operations boost NASA plan to create low-altitude airspace system

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AIRSPACE MANAGEMENT

Enabling Autonomy

Nondeterministic systems will be key to unmanned operations in civil airspace

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AIRSPACE MANAGEMENT

Credibility Crunch

Group readies “last, best chance” to show NextGen relevance

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DEFENSE

Atlas Push

With the A400M in service, Airbus looks to secure more airlifter orders

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DEFENSE

Delivery Detente

Russians are supplying U.S.purchased Mi-17s for Afghanistan

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FACE TO FACE

Reaching Out

Just before the start of the Eurosatory defense and security conference in Paris, Joseph Weiss, Israel Aerospace Industries president and CEO, sat down with David Eshel for Aviation Week & Space Technology. Weiss says the company is broadening its reach with exports, cybersecurity and land systems, and hedging against budget cuts through its business in civil aviation.
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BUSINESS

High Ground

With Skybox, Google extends its aerospace reach and imaging capabilities

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BUSINESS

Moving Parts

From rolling up to splitting up, B/E Aerospace keeps transforming

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BUSINESS

Price Pressure

How much cost data is needed for commercial space contracts?

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AIR TRANSPORT

No Sale

Airbus loses important A350 customer as aircraft progresses toward certification

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