Recon Borescope Explosive Atmosphere Certified

  In late July we sent the Recon Borescope to get the ultimate test of reliability and safety. The MIL-STD810G certification was specifically performed to demonstrate the ability of the Recon to operate in the fuel-air explosive atmospheres without causing ignition.  The Recon was put through rigorous testing in multiple scenarios of different types and […]

Recall Alert: Lamborghini, Porsche, and Audi Models With EA825 V8 Over A Supplier Issue

In April of 2021 Audi discovered cracks within its engine. This manufacturing defect developed during the casting process & caused cracks to run down the surface of the sixth cylinder’s bore. These small defects can cause engine oil leakage and catastrophic damage to the expensive, twin turbo-charged V8 engine. Not only do these cracks permanently […]

MAKING FUEL-EFFICIENT SPACE TRAVEL POSSIBLE

Aerospace Research Develops Revolutionary Working Model for Rocket Engines “The rotating detonation engine field is still in its infancy. We have tons of data about these engines, but we don’t understand what is going on.” Research refining this idea remains ongoing, aiding to increase our confidence in the future of this alternative engine set for […]

SIKORSKY AND BOEING TEAM UP FOR THE PERFECT HELICOPTER

[dropcap]T[/dropcap]he Sikorsky-Boeing SB-1 Defiant Helicopter that has recently made its public debut has been participating in the US Army’s Joint multi-role Medium future vertical lift program that is seeking replacement its UH-60 black hawk transport helicopter and AH-64 Apache gunships. The SB-1 Defiant competes with Bell helicopter’s V-280 valor tilt-rotor in the medium-lift – sized […]

WHAT FUTURE LIES BEYOND THE FINAL FRONTIER?

Asteroid Mining May Be Our Solution to Global Scarcity We’re running out of stuff. It’s impossible to ignore; every year news sources bombard us with news of our poor situation. But picture this: countless troves of precious treasure just above us, able to solve all our problems, should we just reach out and grab them. […]

MOST COMMONLY USED MILITARY AIRCRAFT

[dropcap]T[/dropcap]o begin with, military aircraft are a unique type of aircraft with unique capabilities. They have special characteristics and restrictions when procuring them. We can classify them into two major categories, the Combat and Non-Combat aircraft. Combat aircraft are made to destroy enemies either in air-to-air battles or surface battles. Only the recognized military forces […]

HOW THE DIGITAL TWINS TECHNOLOGY IS REVOLUTIONIZING THE COMMERCIAL AIRLINE INDUSTRY

What is the Digital Twins Technology? [dropcap]T[/dropcap]his is a technology that allows engineers to create a “twin” or a replica of physical objects such as vehicles, airplanes, and engines among others. For the digital twin technology to work efficiently, it involves connecting the actual physical object to the replica or virtual model of the object. […]

WE’RE STILL AT TAKE OFF WITH DRONE USAGE

[dropcap]I[/dropcap]t Might Seem Like Drones are Everywhere and Being Used for Everything, But the Industry is Just Getting its Wings! Compared to (less than) five years ago, it seems like drone usage is everywhere you look. Amazon is using Prime Air drones to do their dirty work, delivery companies are exploring ways to use them […]

SOLAR SPY DRONE COULD STAY AIRBORNE FOR A YEAR

[dropcap]C[/dropcap]onsumer grade drones have a flight time measured in minutes. Some more advanced drones have flight times measured in hours, and even advanced military drones can barely be measured in days; two days for any drone, no matter the technology, would be pushing it. However, 2019 could be the year that changes all that as […]

NASA WANTS TO SEND THEIR HELICOPTER TO MARS FOR FLIGHT TESTS

[dropcap]S[/dropcap]ince Mars Remains a Mystery to NASA, They Are Sending Their Helicopter Up to Get a Better Look NASA has been able to check out the scenes on Mars from the ground of the red planet using rovers and landers and from various of their orbital spacecraft for years. Their next hope is that they […]