SOLIDWORKS WORLD 2016 - Day 1:
The call for General Session doors to open at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Center in Dallas came just after 8:00am. Seconds later, spurred on by the thunderous sounds of AC/DC, the world’s best engineers quite literally sprinted (see circa the 28 second mark in the top video) through Hall D to claim their seats at one of the biggest shows in design technology.
Researchers at the University of Illinois have developed a new polymer coating which can provide an early warning of structural damage and can be applied to coat metals, other polymers and glass.
The US Department of Defense (DoD) has approved millions of dollars of funding for private spaceflight companies to develop new US-manufactured rocket engines.
Travel demand, new technologies, and security threats are fuelling increases in aircraft production, defence budgets, and the global supply chain, according to Deloitte study.
The Chinese military has confirmed for the first time this week that the country is working on the construction of its second aircraft carrier.
The F-35 fighter jet could allegedly be vulnerable to cyber attacks, according to concerns raised in recent reports focusing on the potential vulnerability of the F-35 computer.
The German government is reportedly planning to fine Airbus millions of Euros for the late delivery of military aircraft.
Boeing last week delivered the fourth and final Peace Eagle Airborne Early Warning & Control (AEW&C) aircraft to the Turkish Air Force at Konya Air Base, completing the Turkish AEW&C fleet and enhancing Turkey’s airspace surveillance and battle management capabilities.
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has this week approved an innovative device used to treat bullet wounds for civilian use.
Martin Aircraft Company continues to go from strength to strength to end 2015, after the makers of the world’s first commercial jet pack signed two significant agreements with prospective overseas buyers.