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Posted on: July 6, 2017

Aerospace company receives NASA grants for flight management, accident research


July 6, 2017 - Hampton-based Adaptive Aerospace Group Inc. recently received two Small Business Innovative Research grants. One grant is from NASA to design a high-integrity flight management system for single and multiple small unmanned aerial vehicles.  The research builds on previous work by NASA and AAG, which is working with the National Institute of Aerospace in Hampton. 

Adaptive Aerospace Group Inc. has also received a grant from NASA to study reducing the number one case of fatal aircraft accidents - loss of control. According to AAG, "one of the solutions to reducing such accidents is to warn the pilot prior to reaching an aerodynamic performance limit of the airplane."

Adaptive Aerospace Group Inc. was founded in 2003 and performs research and development for aviation and space flight vehicle technologies. For more information about the company, go to

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