Courtesy of Lockheed Martin
Image

Lockheed Martin Fosters Aircraft Research Program

April 28, 2014
With the help of Lockheed Martin, Warsaw Polytechnic will be developing a research program focusing on the development, optimization, and future of unmanned and manned aerial vehicle systems in Poland.

While much of today’s research focuses on unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), Lockheed Martin has teamed with Politechnika Warszawska (Warsaw Polytechnic) to advance both manned and unmanned airborne platform systems. Their goal is to further the development and optimization of multiple systems in aircraft as well as ground station networks. By implementing  an advanced applied research program, they also plan to raise the level of  integration between such systems. This effort was inspired by recent advancements in aircraft, such as technology that automates flight planning and can track missions across manned and unmanned platforms.

The program will be staffed by university research students. Professor Janusz Narkiewicz, who leads the project at Warsaw Polytechnic, says that the program is a great example of collaboration and technology transfer. The project’s ultimate objective is to develop solutions that help to manage Polish defense capabilities while positively influencing the future of science in Poland. Lockheed Martin has agreed to help Poland reach these future goals while meeting emerging commercial and military requirements.

About the Author

Sarah Mangiola

Sarah Mangiola has written on many different topics within Penton's Design, Engineering, and Sourcing Group. Originally from California, she graduated from the University of California, Davis with a B.A. in political science. 

Sponsored Recommendations

Wideband MMIC LNA with Bypass

June 6, 2024
Mini-Circuits’ TSY-83LN+ wideband, MMIC LNA incorporates a bypass mode feature to extend system dynamic range. This model operates from 0.4 to 8 GHz and achieves an industry leading...

Expanded Thin-Film Filter Selection

June 6, 2024
Mini-Circuits has expanded our line of thin-film filter topologies to address a wider variety of applications and requirements. Low pass and band pass architectures are available...

Mini-Circuits CEO Jin Bains Presents: The RF Engine of the 21st Century

June 6, 2024
In case you missed Jin Bains' inspiring keynote talk at the inaugural IEEE MTT-S World Microwave Congress last week, be sure to check out the session recording, now available ...

Selecting VCOs for Clock Timing Circuits A System Perspective

May 9, 2024
Clock Timing, Phase Noise and Bit Error Rate (BER) Timing is critical in digital systems, especially in electronic systems that feature high-speed data converters and high-resolution...