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Nexteon Technologies | August 10, 2021
Nexteon Technologies, Inc., a leader in advanced aviation technologies, announced today that it has signed an exclusive technology agreement with Portland, Oregon-based The Innovation Laboratory, Inc. (TIL). Through this new partnership, the companies will collaborate to evaluate Nexteon’s SecureTrack™ technology. This includes collecting and sharing surveillance data from Nexteon’s prototype ADS-B receiver network and developing algorithms that extract turbulence impact inform...
Delta | October 26, 2020
The U.S. Transportation Department (DOT) has tentatively approved a proposed transborder joint venture between Delta Air Lines and Canada’s WestJet, but is requiring the two airlines to divest coveted takeoff and landing slots at New York LaGuardia Airport. The DOT’s order allows Delta and WestJet to embark on a “metal neutral” joint venture, giving them the rights to share revenues and costs and coordinate routes and schedules. Delta has a similar agreement with Aeromexi...
Proponent, Sine Draco | May 05, 2021
Sine Draco Aviation Technology has chosen Proponent as a Tier 1 provider of machined parts and other conversion hardware for Sine Draco's A321 freighter conversion scheme.
Sine Draco's A321-200 SDF turns the famous, fuel-efficient Airbus A321 passenger plane into a highly capable and efficient cargo platform. The conversion allows for a total freight volume of more than 7,600 square feet and a maximum payload capability of 62,000 pounds.
Sine Draco's sta...
NASA | April 21, 2020
NASA researchers are teaming up with the United States Air Force and industry as part of the NASA Aeronautics Strategic Implementation Plan to continue work on developing a sustainable future for commercial aviation with a goal of reducing fuel burn and thus making airliners of the future more efficient. The work focuses on four core technologies that NASA’s innovators call the four Es: environment, efficiency, electrification, and economy. “These are technologies that will build fro...
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