In light of recent calls for new suggestions of improving drone safety in British airspace, UK drone training academy UAVAir is stressing the importance of gaining a CAA (Civil Aviation Authority) approved drone licence.
Minister for Defence Procurement, Harriett Baldwin, has announced a £146 million contract with MBDA to regenerate an air-launched missile, alongside her French counterpart Laurent Collet-Billon.
With sustainable solutions in mind, a new study published by eminent physicist Professor Jo Hermans in MRS Energy and Sustainability-A Review Journal (MRS E&S) looks at the energy efficiency of current modes of
As the Government consultation on the safe use of drones in the UK continues, Drone Assist, a new app to help drone pilots comply with UK rules that was launched by NATS just 10 weeks ago, has seen over 10,000 registered users sign up.
Ian King, Chief Executive, BAE Systems plc, has today informed the BAE Systems' Board that he will retire on 30 June 2017 and the Board has subsequently confirmed that Charles Woodburn, currently Chief Operating Officer, will be
The last Concorde ever to fly has safely completed her journey to Aerospace Bristol, a new £19 million museum in Filton, to the north of Bristol, opening this summer.
Combined efforts by teachers, industry, engineering organisations and the Government to change the perception of science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM), are starting to bear fruit as 51% of parents surveyed by YouGov
Newtownards advanced engineering firm CCP Gransden (an ADS Member), have announced the appointment of Dr Scott King as Strategic Partnership Manager.
County Durham-based Kromek has been awarded a five-year contract, valued at a minimum of $3.1m over a five year period, by an existing US-based customer that is an emerging leader and global company in the homeland security marketplace.
Nick Guttridge, executive vice president, business development at Gardner Aerospace, questions whether the trend toward consolidation in the aerospace industry is coming to an end.