The flying public may not be so interested in it—yet—but pilotless commercial airplanes could be a boon to the aerospace industry and some financial analysts see a natural evolution in that direction coming.
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The U.S. Air Force is looking closely at the future of close-in warfare, but the service’s top general says that future may not include a direct replacement for the A-10 Warthog.
Renaissance Services works with DoD to maintain aging equipment.
The nation does not need a new armed service specializing in space, the leaders of the Air Force said today in rejecting a House Armed Services Committee plan. In fact, they said, carving a “Space Corps” out of the Air Force — which handles most space missions today — would only make it harder to integrate space operations with warfare in the air, cyberspace, land, and sea.
Renaissance Services helps DoD advance programs.
Consider 35 pounds of metal moving at Mach 5.8. Ten shots per minute. 1,000 shots before the barrel wears out under the enormous pressures. That’s the devastating firepower the Navy railgun program aims to deliver in the next two years, and they’re well on their way.
Renaissance Services helps DoD bring new programs into deployment.
Boeing has begun working on a new software load that will unlock new operational capabilities for the long-serving F-15C Eagle and F-15E Strike Eagle, as it fends off an F-15C/D retirement proposal by the U.S. Air Force.
Renaissance Services helps companies maintain long serving aircraft.
DZ Sokol, Managing Partner of Renaissance Services, will be presenting information on PERFECT-3D at the RAPID conference in Pittsburgh on May 9 (http://www.rapid3devent.com/) . He will be joined by Ben Rampulla of PCC Structurals where they will provide a case study on “Ceramic Additive Manufacturing for Complex Precision Castings”.
Ceramic Additive Manufacturing for Complex Precision Castings
Marines at Camp Pendleton will get to field-test more than 50 different new technologies next month ranging from palmtop mini-drones to self-driving amtracs, from wireless networks to precision-guided mortar shells. Plus there will be plenty of classified systems the Marines can’t talk about, including cyber and electronic warfare gear. Technologies that do well may graduate to a more formal Operational Evaluation (OPEVAL) or to further testing in the Marines’ big Bold Alligator wargame on the East Coast this fall, Col. Dan Sullivan, chief of staff at the Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory, told reporters.
Renaissance Services helps DoD with the advancement of technologies to help the warfighters.
Boeing is close to unveiling the 737-9, the second member of its new CFM Leap-1B-powered MAX family. The first aircraft is set for rollout at the end of the month and will likely make its first flight in April. The test and certification program will involve just two aircraft and is expected to last nine months compared to almost 13 months for the 737-8.
Renaissance Services helps OEM’s develop and deploy new syatems and products.
ATR is digitizing the design drawings for the ATR 72 regional turboprop, a four-year endeavor that shows how 3-D digital mockups have become all-important, even for an aircraft in service for three decades.
Renaissance Services helps companies with their design process utilizing 3-D digital mockups.
Having announced partnerships with Carbon and HP last year, pharmaceutical company Johnson & Johnson (J&J) have now outlined plans to integrate 3D printing into the development of medical devices. Johnson & Johnson have just revealed a new partnership with Aspect Biosystems and their plans to 3D print knee tissue after stating recently that they are ‘poised to transform healthcare with 3D printing technologies’.
Renaissance Services continues to advance our additive manufacturing capabilities.