Project Wing recently took part in a series of nationwide trials conducted by NASA and the FAA to examine how to control the growing number of unmanned aerial systems (UAS) in the sky. For several years, Wing and other companies are likely to have parks with thousands of UAS in… Read more“Managing traffic in the skies”
The Department of Homeland Security’s Science and Technology Directorate is teaming up with NASA and the Federal Aviation Administration in order to manage unmanned aerial vehicle traffic. With projections of seven million drones that could congest the national airspace, the federal agencies needed a capability to control the domain.
For the drone industry to fully transition to a state where BVLOS flights become the norm in daily operations, innovative companies will need to take the lead in steering that shift into course. As of right now, there is an obvious gap between what drones can do and what they… Read more“Breaking the Barrier of Beyond”
Every day, millions of people play in the bookmakers of the world, working capital – billions, more than a hundred events for every taste. However, only a few regular players are in a constant plus. How to become successful, later in this article. It would seem that there is nothing… Read more“How to profitably bet in bookmakers?”
Today the advantages and disadvantages of the 100 watt solar panel allow us to talk about these energy sources as the most promising for the near future. Why is solar energy so good and what allows us to talk about the advantages of batteries not only for the home, but… Read more“Advantages and disadvantages of solar panels”
To say 11 April 2019 was a banner day for SpaceX would be an understatement. The private space company that has soared into the public’s imagination and trust not only succeeded in launching its Falcon Heavy rocket – the most powerful currently operational rocket in the world – on its… Read more“Falcon Heavy soars; SpaceX lands critical NASA double asteroid redirect launch”
With a successful test flight of the reusable SARGE (Suborbital Autonomous Rocket with GuidancE) sounding rocket complete, Exos Aerospace is looking to the future. The company plans to utilize the SARGE vehicle to launch payloads on a suborbital trajectory – allowing customers to test their technology before launching them into… Read more“Exos Aerospace’s SARGE rocket to serve as a platform for a reusable small satellite launcher”