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Georgia – Where Aerospace Takes Off

The Georgia Center of Innovation for Aerospace provides the technical industry expertise, collaborative research and partnerships to help the state's aerospace industry connect, compete and grow. The Center advances recognition of Georgia’s strength in the global aerospace industry, and contributes to the entrepreneurial and educational ecosystems required for its continued growth.

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The Future of Farming is in the Air

The future of farming is in the air--where unmanned aerial vehicles will help agricultural producers and consultants gather invaluable information about their crops, leading to reduced cost and improved yields.

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France-Atlanta: Together Towards Innovation

October 29, 2014
Formed in 2010, France-Atlanta: Together Towards Innovation conducts a series of events to bring two groups together on many topics of mutual interest.

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Lockheed Martin seeing C-130J demand from Africa

October 23, 2014
Lockheed Martin has demonstrated its C-130J Super Hercules to a number of African countries as it sees strong demand for the military and civil version of the multirole airlifter on the continent.

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November 3 - NDIA Breakfast Meeting – XCOR

October 23, 2014
The local chapter of the National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA) will hold a breakfast meeting on November 3rd in Atlanta featuring Mr. Andrew Nelson, President of XCOR Aerospace. Seating is limited, so please visit the link below to sign up for this event which will continue to build excitement about our space activities in Georgia.

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Southern Polytechnic State Students Work on UAS to Fly Into Tornados

October 22, 2014
A group of mechanical engineering students are working on a project that will fly unmanned aerial systems into the middle of tornadoes in an effort to learn more about the inner workings of these destructive storms.

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‘Wearable’ Cabin Control Is Next Frontier for Flight Display

October 22, 2014
Georgia-based Flight Display Systems came to NBAA 2014 with one goal: to innovate obsolescence away, according to company president David Gray. To do that the company released a series of cabin management systems (CMS) products at the show.

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