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NASA Completes 8 Aviation Tech Demos; Jaiwon Shin Comments

NASA researchers have collaborated with industry to research, develop and demonstrate eight technology platforms designed to reduce aviation’s environmental impact through a six-year project. The space agency said Tuesday it launched the Environmentally Responsible Aviation project in 2009 to develop new platforms that focus on vehicle systems integration, propulsion and airframe …

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NASA, Canada’s Nat’l Research Council Ink Partnership Renewal Deal; Jaiwon Shin Comments

NASA and Canada’s National Research Council have signed a new agreement that extends their partnership on aircraft engine icing research for an additional five years. The space agency said Thursday the renewal agreement covers research on engine ice crystal icing and thermal ice protection systems as well as builds on existing cooperation to address other aviation challenges. …

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NASA, AFRL, FlexSys Test ‘Morphing Wing’ Tech; Jaiwon Shin Comments

NASA‘s Armstrong Flight Research Center has worked with the Air Force Research Laboratory and FlexSys to conduct a series of research flights to test the Adaptive Compliant Trailing Edge “morphing wing” technology. The agency said Wednesday the 22 initial flight tests are part of the Environmentally Responsible Aviation project, which targets improved fuel economy, operational efficiency and reduced …

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NASA’s Jaiwon Shin: US, South Korea Form Aviation Tech Partnership

NASA has inked an agreement with the Korea Agency for Infrastructure Technology Advancement for cooperation on future projects to develop technologies for air traffic management in the U.S. and South Korea. The agency said Tuesday the partnership aims to support South Korea’s National Air Traffic Management Reformation and Enhancement program and the …

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Jaiwon Shin: NASA Delivers Air Traffic Control Tool to FAA

The Federal Aviation Administration has received a computer software system for air traffic management operations from NASA. Air traffic controllers will work to manage the spacing between planes that approach airports by using the Terminal Sequencing and Spacing technology, NASA said Tuesday. “With TSS, NASA’s aeronautics innovators have delivered to the FAA …

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