Aerospace start-ups: what can we expect from them?

From remote piloting to drones that can take off in Force 10 storm conditions, some of the most innovative technology at Farnborough International Airshow was the work of start-ups, reports Tom Batchelor

Following a longer-than usual four-year break owing to COVID-19, aerospace companies big and small were in a rush to do business at Farnborough. While the 2022 Hampshire gathering lacked the blockbuster orders of previous shows, billions of dollars in deals were done and fledgling firms were given a platform to debut their products across a range of fields, from airport operations to space.

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