April's top stories: UAE's satellite development, school-built aircraft takes flight
As the Emirates Institution for Advanced Science and Technology launched the DubaiSat-3, a project that will see the first satellite completed in the UAE, the first light aircraft built by a UK school made its maiden voyage. Aerospace-technology.com wraps up key headlines from April 2013.
ADS-B: aircraft surveillance at the top of the world
With its enhanced capabilities and low cost, next-generation ADS-B aircraft surveillance technology is becoming an aviation industry standard. But what are the challenges and benefits of implementing ADS-B in the world's more remote regions? Denmark's ANSP Naviair is about to find out as it prepares to extend ADS-B coverage to lower Greenland and the Faroe Islands.
March's top stories: UK invests £2bn in aerospace, Boeing redesigns 787 batteries
As the UK Government and aerospace industry announced a long-term collaboration, involving a £2bn investment to support growth in the sector, the US FAA approved Boeing's certification plan for the redesigned 787 Dreamliner battery system.
Getting to grips with graphene: aviation's revolution?
Graphene, the multipurpose miracle material first manufactured at Manchester University, has been vaunted as potentially revolutionary for the aviation industry. Boasting an array of properties and several sponsors, the carbon composite could be about to become commonplace.
February's top stories: Airbus's $9bn order and 787 Dreamliner investigations
As Air Lease placed an order worth $9bn with Airbus, Boeing sought to conduct test flights on the 787 Dreamliner to determine the reasons behind recent battery failures. Aerospace-technology.com wraps up key headlines from February 2013.