Posts Tagged ‘FAA’

After Successful Tests, Exos Awaits License to Launch its Reusable Rocket

Posted by Lance Murray

Caddo Mills-based Exos Aerospace Systems & Technologies could get a license to fly its new reusable Suborbital Active Rocket with GuidancE, or SARGE rocket in February after a successful “tie down test flight” at the Caddo Mills Municipal Airport.


Exos’ Reusable Rockets Could Mean New Frontier for Biomedical Research

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

Forty miles northwest of downtown Dallas, reusable rockets are being tested that could make suborbital science experiments affordable for anyone, including high school science classes.

Exos Aerospace Systems & Technologies is testing the new SARGE rocket at the Caddo Mills …

TriTex: The Dronepreneur’s Guide to Navigating the Skies

Posted by Will Ammons

Welcome to 2017 where you, or someone you know, probably has a great idea regarding the drone they just got.

Now, it may seem like an entrepreneurial stork just landed at your doorstep, however the current drone laws are …

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 …