Orion Scheduled for December Test

Although NASA’s Orion capsule will not have its first flight test for six more months, agency engineers are getting excited about what they will learn. They designed the spacecraft to… Read More

Inquiry Roundup- Aerospace Industry

Aerospace Industry I work for a market research firm serving Global 1000 companies. We are working on a project for a client and looking to talk to multiple aerospace industry… Read More

Should Space Station Funding Be a Greater Priority?

The White House and NASA announced in a joint statement that they would like to keep the International Space Station (ISS) open through 2024, an extension of four years. According… Read More

Failed Aerospace Merger : Zintro experts provide some answers

What happened to the aerospace merger ofEADS and BAE Systems? We put this question to our Zintro experts to provide perspective around the pros and cons of the failed deal…. Read More

Remembering Neil Armstrong

We asked our Zintro experts to remember Neil Armstrong and his legacy. Duncan Lunan, an astronomy and space educator, says that aside from his outstanding achievements as an X-15 pilot… Read More

Seeking Experts To Work On Aerospace Industry Consulting Projects

Aerospace Industry Within a team of Russian management consultants we are looking for a professional expert support in the area of R&D process in aerospace industry. Desirable areas of expertise:R&D… Read More

“I am fortunate that Zintro exists,” Crabtree.

 Charles Crabtree is among those rare people who spent an entire career with one company: Lockheed Martin Aeronautical Corporation. Working his way from the bottom up, learning as he climbed… Read More

US aerospace and defense spending under the gun: Part 2

By Maureen Aylward With aerospace and defense spending under pressure in the US, and a possible directive for a $400 billion cut in defense spending by 2023, how is the… Read More

US military spending under the gun: Part 1

By Maureen Aylward With military spending under pressure in the US, and a possible directive for a $400 billion cut in defense spending by 2023, how is the aeronautics and… Read More

The Department of Defense is cutting its budget. Is the aerospace and defense industry ready?

The Secretary of Defense, Robert Gates, has tasked the Department of Defense to reduce expenses by $100 billion. This means that the aerospace and defense industry must look to reduce… Read More