Advanced Sensors for Aerospace Applications (Technical Insights)


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This research service evaluates worldwide developments in sensor technologies for the aerospace industry.

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Advanced Sensors for Aerospace Applications (Technical Insights), Executive SummaryExecutive SummaryTechnology Digest and OutlookChallenges in the WayScope and MethodologyScopeMethodologyAdvanced Sensors for Aerospace Applications (Technical Insights), Aerospace Sensors and their ProspectsA Technology and Prospects Heads-UpTechnology Gap and How Aerospace Sensors are Filling itElectro-Optical Sensors: The Next Big ThingUnmanned Aerial Vehicle SensorsCornerstones of the Aerospace Sensing PhenomenonAccident Control SystemsElectro-Optics in UAVsCompetitive Structure and AnalysisCompetitive Strategies for Aerospace SensingCompetitive Structure in the Aerospace Sensing IndustryIndustry and Funding DevelopmentsRecent Product and Program Introductions in Aerospace SensingDeal Analysis and ReportSelected Key Defense Contracts Awarded in Aerospace SensingAdvanced Sensors for Aerospace Applications (Technical Insights), Technology Adoption Factor AnalysisTechnological Adoption FactorsTechnological Adoption AcceleratorsTechnological Roadblocks and ChallengesCommercial Adoption FactorsCommercial Adoption AcceleratorsCommercial Roadblocks and ChallengesAdvanced Sensors for Aerospace Applications (Technical Insights), The Innovation Frontier: Research in North AmericaDevelopments in Aircraft Structure SensingInflight Sensor Fault RecognitionFeedback Control for Aircraft Shell StructuresUCSC Research at Erstwhile NASA Ames’ Airborne Sensor FacilityDevelopments in Aircraft Control and Other Aerospace Sensing AspectsOptical Sensing Techniques for Aerospace ApplicationsSensor Technology for Electronic Throttle ControlSelf-Powering Sensors for Aerospace ApplicationsBiosensor System for Deployment in UAVsMultisensor Autonomous Approach Landing Capability Sensor Developments at National Research Council of Canada's Institute for Aerospace ResearchAirborne Observing System for Shelf and Inshore WatersAdvanced Sensors for Aerospace Applications (Technical Insights), The Innovation Frontier: Research in Europe and AsiaDevelopments in Aircraft Structure SensingVibration Control for Aerospace Structures--IndiaAcoustic Emission Sensors in Aircraft--SloveniaAeroelastic Vibration Sensing and Rectification--PortugalAeroelastic Control in Aircraft Structures--GermanyDevelopment of a Microgyroscope for Aircraft Navigation--SingaporeDevelopments in Aircraft Control and Other Aerospace Sensing AspectsAircraft Sensors for Speed Measurement in Aircraft--UKSensor Enables Active Stick Control--South KoreaCorrosion Detection and Sensing in Aircraft--FranceVisual-Based Autopilot for Aerospace Applications--FranceTarget Detection in Aircraft and Munitions--ItalyControl System for Continuous Flight and Control--JapanAdvanced Sensors for Aerospace Applications (Technical Insights), Patents and Contact DetailsPublished Patents in Aerospace SensingNorth American Patents in Aerospace SensingEuropean and Asian Patent Assignees in Aerospace SensingPublished Applications and Key Contact DetailsPublished Patent ApplicationsContact Information for ResearchersAdvanced Sensors for Aerospace Applications (Technical Insights), Frost & Sullivan 2005 Science and Technology AwardsExcellence in Technology AwardAward DescriptionAward RecipientProduct Innovation AwardAward DescriptionAward RecipientAdvanced Sensors for Aerospace Applications (Technical Insights), Critical Reference TablesMilitary AircraftTotal Military Aircraft (1999-2006)Military Combat Aircraft (1999-2006)Military Expenditure: Equipment Procurement (1999-2006)Commercial AircraftTotal Aircraft (1999-2006)Total Commercial Aircraft (1999-2006)InfrastructureMajor Aerospace and Defense Companies

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