Posts Tagged ‘aerospace’

Bombardier Boosts Training Capacity at Dallas Center

Posted by Lance Murray

Canadian aircraft manufacturer Bombardier Business Aircraft has expanded the training capacity at its facility at Dallas Fort Worth International Airport.

The company said the increased capacity is for its Challenger 300 program that will complement the existing Challenger 350 training …

Workshop to Look at Advanced Manufacturing in Aerospace

Posted by Lance Murray
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Paul Componation. UTA Photo

Academics and industry professionals will convene July 19-21 for the NSF Workshop on Advanced Manufacturing Research for the Aerospace Industry at the Hilton Arlington, 2401 E. Lamar Blvd. in Arlington.

The workshop will be hosted by …

Plano-based Aerospace Automator Buys Boeing Robotics Supplier

Posted by Heather Noel

Plano-based Advanced Integration Technology is amping up its robotic technologies by acquiring KUKA Systems Aerospace North America for an undisclosed amount. 

AIT and KUKA Aero are leaders in aerospace factory automation and robotics integration as well as suppliers of aircraft …

UNT Researchers’ Breakthrough Alloy Withstands Heat, Pressure

Posted by Nealie Sanchez

A team of University of North Texas researchers developed a nanocrystalline alloy that may redefine the way materials are made in aerospace, energy, and other sectors.

Materials science and engineering professor Rajiv Mishra and UNT College of Engineering post-doctoral researcher …

Drone Technology Takes Off with Business Users

Posted by Michael Vidikan

Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), also known as drone aircraft, have been used extensively in commercial practice in recent years. As the technology progresses, more applications are being explored. Drones quickly are becoming a major platform for innovation.

Some Dallas companies …