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Rocket Lab is an orbital launch provider, delivering rapid and repeatable access to orbit for small satellites. Our team designs, builds and launches the Electron rocket – the world’s first fully carbon composite orbital launch vehicle, powered by 3D printed, electric pump fed engines

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Leading private aviation provider XO announced its partnership with SCOPE Miami Beach, taking place today, November 30 through December 5, as the official private aviation provider for the acclaimed art show's highly anticipated return. Travelers attending SCOPE Miami can book seats on XO's shared charter flights between New York and South Florida, providing art enthusiasts an accessible way to fly private and experience the latest in world-class art activations and cutting-edge installa...

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UAV NAVIGATION INTEGRATES IRIS AUTOMATION'S PROVEN DETECT AND AVOID SYSTEM CASIA WITH ITS VECTOR AUTOPILOTS

UAV Navigation | August 17, 2021

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Autopilot platform innovator UAV Navigation is integrating Iris Automation's cutting edge detect and avoid Casia® software into its advanced autopilot solution, VECTOR. UAVs equipped with VECTOR and Casia Detect and Avoid now have the ability to detect uncooperative crewed aircraft in their airspace and autonomously or manually take corrective action, avoiding potential collisions. The integration comes as Iris Automation releases Casia Software v2.2. The release also incl...

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FAA REVIEWS BOEING DREAMLINER QUALITY-CONTROL LAPSES AFTER PRODUCTION PROBLEMS, WSJ REPORTS

Boeing | September 07, 2020

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The Federal Aviation Administration is reviewing quality-control lapses at Boeing that could stretch back almost a decade, The Wall Street Journal reported Monday, citing an internal government memo and people familiar with the matter. The review piles onto the numerous regulatory issues Boeing has faced in the wake of two crashes involving its 737 Max planes that killed all 346 people onboard the two flights. Since then, Boeing has faced renewed scrutiny over its safety standards and manufactur...

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AIR FORCE WANTS COMBAT DRONES CONTROLLED BY PILOTED AIRCRAFT

U.S. Air Force | December 14, 2021

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The U.S. Air Force wants to soon add to its arsenal remotely piloted air combat vehicles that may be networked and controlled by piloted aircraft, according to the service’s top official. The news comes days after USAF Secretary Frank Kendall also confirmed that the Air Force will ask for funding for two classified remotely piloted air combat vehicles in the next defense budget, according to reports. “I’ve got two that I’m going...

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AVIATION TECHNOLOGY

XO PARTNERS WITH SCOPE MIAMI BEACH AS OFFICIAL PRIVATE AVIATION PROVIDER

XO | December 01, 2021

Leading private aviation provider XO announced its partnership with SCOPE Miami Beach, taking place today, November 30 through December 5, as the official private aviation provider for the acclaimed art show's highly anticipated return. Travelers attending SCOPE Miami can book seats on XO's shared charter flights between New York and South Florida, providing art enthusiasts an accessible way to fly private and experience the latest in world-class art activations and cutting-edge installa...

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AVIATION TECHNOLOGY

UAV NAVIGATION INTEGRATES IRIS AUTOMATION'S PROVEN DETECT AND AVOID SYSTEM CASIA WITH ITS VECTOR AUTOPILOTS

UAV Navigation | August 17, 2021

Autopilot platform innovator UAV Navigation is integrating Iris Automation's cutting edge detect and avoid Casia® software into its advanced autopilot solution, VECTOR. UAVs equipped with VECTOR and Casia Detect and Avoid now have the ability to detect uncooperative crewed aircraft in their airspace and autonomously or manually take corrective action, avoiding potential collisions. The integration comes as Iris Automation releases Casia Software v2.2. The release also incl...

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FAA REVIEWS BOEING DREAMLINER QUALITY-CONTROL LAPSES AFTER PRODUCTION PROBLEMS, WSJ REPORTS

Boeing | September 07, 2020

The Federal Aviation Administration is reviewing quality-control lapses at Boeing that could stretch back almost a decade, The Wall Street Journal reported Monday, citing an internal government memo and people familiar with the matter. The review piles onto the numerous regulatory issues Boeing has faced in the wake of two crashes involving its 737 Max planes that killed all 346 people onboard the two flights. Since then, Boeing has faced renewed scrutiny over its safety standards and manufactur...

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BUSINESS AVIATION

AIR FORCE WANTS COMBAT DRONES CONTROLLED BY PILOTED AIRCRAFT

U.S. Air Force | December 14, 2021

The U.S. Air Force wants to soon add to its arsenal remotely piloted air combat vehicles that may be networked and controlled by piloted aircraft, according to the service’s top official. The news comes days after USAF Secretary Frank Kendall also confirmed that the Air Force will ask for funding for two classified remotely piloted air combat vehicles in the next defense budget, according to reports. “I’ve got two that I’m going...

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