Aerospace

QuantumFlow at IMS 2019 - Boston

The QF team will once again be in attendance at IMS this year alongside our lineup of suppliers. Feel free to reach out (hello@quantumflow.co) and schedule a meetup to discuss our services and linecard. We'll be there all week June 3rd-7th. 

SUPPLIER BOOTH - #

Microelectronics Products & Services (Northrop Grumman)  #823

Milliwave Silicon Solutions MilliBox  #2000 (5G Pavilion)

Trans-Tech / Skyworks  #424

Nova Microwave / Res-Net  #150

Microwave Applications Group  #1013

Polyfet RF Devices  #224

All Aboard the Microlauncher!

From Space Tech Expo USA:

During our research, it became apparent that the microlauncher industry excites many. This soon-to-become-operational market will open up a new avenue for bringing satellites and other small spacecraft into orbit. This market will be able to widen the launch bottleneck and provide a fast launch service to the thousands of small satellites to be launched within the next decade

The biggest rocket launches and space missions we’re looking forward to in 2018

From The Verge:

Next year is already overflowing with exciting missions to space. NASA is launching a new lander to Mars, as well as a spacecraft that will get closer to the Sun than ever before. And two of NASA’s vehicles already in space will finally arrive at their intended targets: one will rendezvous with a nearby asteroid, while another will pass by a distant space rock billions of miles from Earth.

Uber in deal with NASA to build flying taxi air control software

From Rueters:

LISBON (Reuters) - Uber is taking part in a joint industry and government push with NASA to develop software which the company aims to use to manage “flying taxi” routes that could work like ride-hailing services it has popularized on the ground.

Uber said on Wednesday it was the first formal services contract by the U.S. National Aeronautical and Space Administration (NASA) covering low-altitude airspace rather than outer space. NASA has used such contracts to develop rockets since the late 1950s.