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Soaring into the Future of Aerospace

Defined as the branch of technology and industry concerned with both aviation and space flight. Well that just sounds boring! How about we make Aerospace more than that! How about we make it part of everyday life? What if the products and services you purchased could actually be used in space? What if they were not only functional, but looked amazing!

At Little Ibis, we want to inspire the next generation and help shape the Aerospace industry to be more than what it is today. Join us on our adventure!


Soaring into the Future of Aerospace

Aerospace is soaring into the future with some incredible emerging technologies. Autonomous flight systems are becoming increasingly advanced, allowing for greater automation and efficiency in both manned and unmanned aircraft. Additive manufacturing, or 3D printing, is revolutionizing the way aircraft components are designed and produced, leading to lighter and more complex structures. Quantum computing is also making waves, offering the potential for solving complex aerospace problems at speeds unimaginable with classical computers. These technologies, along with electric propulsion and advanced materials, are shaping a sky-high future for aerospace innovation!

To start, we thought we share a few emerging aerospace technologies we find extremely exciting and inspiring.


Hybrid Technologies

Hybrid technologies in aerospace are really taking off! Pun intended. One exciting area is hybrid propulsion systems, where electric and traditional engines team up to improve fuel efficiency and reduce environmental impact. Another cool trend is the development of hybrid materials, blending traditional metals with advanced composites to create stronger, lighter, and more durable aircraft components. These innovations are helping to shape the future of flight!


Here's a video from Hybrid Air Vehicles showcasing their hybrid technologies




Electric Propulsion

Electric propulsion is sparking a lot of interest in aerospace! One standout is electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) technology, which is powering the development of urban air mobility and flying taxis. Additionally, electric aircraft propulsion systems, like those using distributed electric propulsion or hybrid-electric architectures, are making strides in terms of efficiency and sustainability. It's an electrifying time for aerospace, with innovations zipping in from all angles!


Here's a video from Archer Aviation showcasing their eVTOL technology






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