In her final “all hands” presentation to Agency staff, Former DARPA Director Arati Prabhakar walked through a selection of DARPA research programs, (at this time, 200 active) highlighting the Agency’s objectives for the research and […]
Artificial Intelligence, sometimes called machine intelligence, is intelligence demonstrated by machines, made and programmed initially by humankind. From Aperture, technological singularity explained.
Richard miller (Senior Manufacturing Systems Engineer at Spirit AeroSystems) discusses how the challenges faced in the current, and future, aerospace market is driving change to conventional manufacturing strategies with automation, digital technology and data being […]
The United States is becoming more and more diverse, but there is still a long way to go to diversify the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). Scientist Nicole Cabrera Salazar shares her […]
Landing an aircraft requires a delicate balance of navigating, managing the descent of an aircraft and maneuvering at low speeds while still maintaining a safe level of lift to stay in the air. Add radio […]
Ranked as the most manufacturing specialized region in the United States, the Air Capital of the World provides direct access to the most-trained and most-advanced workers in the world with a pure, raw talent for […]
Rob Stephenson, presents instructional strategies and the integration of STEM education challenges as had been presented into his third grade classroom. He articulates why STEM education needs to become a vital part of every child’s […]
James Edwards, Jane’s C4ISR Senior Research Analyst speaks to Dan Hinson, Chief Pilot, Government & Special Mission Aircraft at Textron Aviation Defense, Wichita about the Textron AT-6 Wolverine.
When Operation Desert Storm was set in motion, a new class of weapon was introduced in the attack. The iconic Lockheed F-117 Nighthawk, the first stealth strike platform, were among the first sorties to enter […]