Aerospace & Defense

What problem does your design idea solve?
With the current available gun-port, there is a greater risk or probability of the gun-man being hit during firing operations. This is because when the gun-port is opened,

No Fault Found test results in electronic boxes, primarily driven by intermittent faults, have become a significant concern and huge maintenance and life-cycle cost driver, and an operational readiness degrader within the Department of Defense (DoD).

The Laser Attack Missile is either ground launched, air launched, or space launched at a fast moving target. Instead of a warhead, or in addition to a warhead, a missile can contain a powerful laser, lightning laser (electro-laser for use only in the atmosphere),

LED Sensor Ships with Autonomous Flight

An airplane that has an LED array on the top of the body so that it can use chemical LED sensory with photonics to monitor the atmospheric chemistry as it passes through different areas of space.

In today's world, airplanes and skyscrapers are the places where the risk to life is very high. People hesitate to board airplanes or work in multi-story buildings but there is no way out so, we have to take the risk.


Space capsule surviving re-entry through the Earth's atmosphere or that of another planet and impact on the surface requires knowledge of the forces of gravity and acceleration along with test design trials.

I have conducted experiments which have shown that a Low Weight Hybrid Organic-Inorganic Ablative Composite Thermal Protection System composed of mainly a ligno-cellulosic matrix can be used as a in high temperature applications such as atmospheric re-entry.

VTOL Technologies is a high-technology, aerospace business developing lightweight (less than 20kg) Beyond Visual Line Of Sight [BVLOS] low-altitude (below 500’) aerial inspection solutions for all types of network-based industry, using our unique, patented VTOL Flying Wing Remotely Piloted Aircraft System [RPAS] architecture.

The Lund Variable Velocity Weapon System, or LVVWS, is a variable velocity non-lethal projectile launch system that uses a commercially available combustion gas in a single cycle engine to launch impact projectiles to deter or incapacitate an opponent.

The MACAS-UAS will use the installed electro-optical and infrared sensor units, common devices installed to today’s military-security UAV/UAS and future civilian UAV/UAS, that conduct or will conduct maritime operations.

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