Innovation in aerospace

04 June 2014

This latest in the Academy's Innovation in... series of events showcases a selection of some of the most recent advances in the aerospace sector. It focuses on the technological innovations being made in aircraft as well as exploring innovations in control systems and environmental performance.

Keywords: innovation, aerospace, Paul Everitt, ADS Group, aerospace growth partnership, S├ębastien Remy, Airbus Group, David Stewart, Hybrid Air Vehicles, David Hawken, NATS, air traffic control, Lambert Dopping-Hepenstal FREng, ASTRAEA, unmanned aircraft

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