The Aerospace Technology Institute (ATI), with support from the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS), has launched the FlyZero project to determine the concept for a new low carbon aircraft to be introduced within a decade. This work is a national effort that aims to define concepts to give the UK a lead […]
Members of the UK Aerospace Research Consortium (UK-ARC) representing the UK’s leading aerospace research universities are pleased to be supporting this week’s Farnborough International Airshow Connect (“Virtual Farnborough) programme through a series of technical presentations, careers events and panel sessions that showcase the universities as being a key part of the UK’s aerospace research capability. […]
The UK-ARC recently surveyed its members to assess the breadth and depth of multidisciplinary expertise and research activity which could be brought to bear to ensure a bio-safe flight environment should a future pandemic occur at some point in the future. Nearly 60 areas of relevant expertise and research activity were identified such as the […]
Researchers at Imperial College London have built a state-of-the-art flight simulator to analyse the dynamics of very flexible vehicles in low-altitude flight, to help ensure safe performance near the ground.
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