Graham Warwick

Graham
Warwick
Technology Managing Editor,
Aviation Week & Space Technology

Graham leads Aviation Week's coverage of technology, focusing on engineering and technology across the aerospace industry, with a special focus on identifying technologies of strategic importance to aviation, aerospace and defense. 

 

Born and educated in Scotland, he graduated in aeronautical engineering and worked in advanced design at Hawker Siddeley Aviation in the U.K. before becoming an aerospace journalist. Before joining Aviation Week in April 2008, he spent almost 30 years with weekly aerospace news magazine Flight International, most recently as Americas Editor based in the U.S. 

 

Graham is a winner of the Decade of Excellence award for aviation journalism, and a Fellow of the Royal Aeronautical Society.

 

In 2013 the Jesse H. Neal award for Best Technical Content was awarded to Graham Warwick and Guy Norris for their Advanced Propulsion feature.

Articles
The Week In Technology, Feb. 20-24, 2017 
Airbus helps yacht race; flying cars on sale; Dubai plans air taxis; Singapore counters drones; Insitu flies Redkite WAMI.
Podcast: Hypersonics Wake-Up Call 3
After almost seven decades of development and testing in high-speed flight, the U.S. finally looked set to become the undisputed leader in hypersonics. What changed? Listen in as our editors discuss.
Bombardier Bullish On C Series Ramp-Up 
Bombardier made a strong finish to 2016, ending the year with higher revenues, margins and aircraft deliveries than predicted.
Bombardier Reports 2016 Business Jet Delivery Decline 
Bombardier Business Aircraft delivered 163 jets in 2016, including 88 Challenger-family aircraft.
Engine Structures Next Target For OPM’s 3-D-Printed Composites  3
Oxford Performance Materials is making carbon-fiber-reinforced 3-D-printed thermoplastic parts for Boeing’s CST-100 Starliner manned spacecraft.
Dutch, U.S. Flying Cars Ready For Market  2
PAL-V of the Netherlands has unveiled its first production flying car, the Liberty, while U.S. company SkyRunner has begun sales of an off-road vehicle that can fly using a ram-air parafoil wing and pusher propeller.
Insitu Flies Logos Wide-Area Sensor On Integrator UAS 
Insitu’s Integrator small tactical unmanned aircraft system has flown carrying Logos Technologies’ Redkite wide-area motion imaging sensor.
Two Different Flying Cars Reach the Market 
PAL-V of the Netherlands has unveiled its first production flying car, the Liberty, while U.S. company SkyRunner has begun sales of an off-road vehicle that can fly using a ram-air parafoil wing and pusher propeller.
European, U.S. Flying Cars Reach The Market 
PAL-V of the Netherlands has unveiled its first production flying car, the Liberty, while U.S. company SkyRunner has begun sales of an off-road vehicle that can fly using a ram-air parafoil wing and pusher propeller.
Singapore Buys Counter-UAV Radar From UK’s Aveillant 
Following installation of its Gamekeeper UAV detection radar in Monaco, UK company Aveillant has sold a system to a subsidiary of Singapore Technologies Electronics Ltd.
Facebook UAV Ready To Fly Again After Accident 
Facebook is preparing to fly its Aquila stratospheric unmanned aircraft for a second time as the NTSB investigates the structural failure that occurred when the aircraft encountered turbulence just before landing on its June 28 first flight.
The Week In Technology, Feb. 13-17, 2017  4
SideArm grabs Fury UAV; Clean Sky studies hybrid electric; NASA’s radiosonde glider; TsAGI’s stop-rotor helicopter; Airlander ready to fly; Gilat to develop conformal Ka-band.
Gilat, Airbus To Demo Conformal Ka-Band Connectivity 
Israel’s Gilat Satellite Networks is to develop an embedded electronically scanned antenna for Ka-band inflight connectivity under a joint project with Airbus.
Airbus, Gilat In Conformal Ka‑Band Connectivity Project 
Israel’s Gilat Satellite Networks is to develop an embedded electronically scanned antenna for Ka-band inflight connectivity under a joint project with Airbus.
Orbital Sues To Block DARPA-Enabled Competitor  2
DARPA's plan to partner with Space Systems/Loral for repair in space and leave a commercial capability in place under challenge.
Comments
Engine Structures Next Target For OPM’s 3-D-Printed Composites
February 17, 2017

Go to MIT's news website and read the January story about creating one of the lightest and strongest materials by 3D-printing graphene...

news.mit.edu/2017/3-d-graphene...

Dutch, U.S. Flying Cars Ready For Market
February 16, 2017

This story will be accessible to AW&ST subscribers by Monday - if you want it before then, please email me.

Cutting Helicopter Fuel Consumption With Hybrid Power
February 9, 2017

That is not how it works. Larger engines consume more fuel, which requires more fuel to be carried for the mission, which increases aircraft weight, which increases the power...

Airbus To 3-D Print Airframe Structures
February 6, 2017

That is what qualification means - qualification of the material, process and finished part to ensure they meet the specification. As the story says, thousands of coupons and...

The Week In Technology, Jan. 30-Feb. 3, 2017
January 31, 2017

This is for tiltrotor proprotors and there has not been a new US tiltrotor since the V-22, which was tested using the PTR. There is another rig for testing full-scale...

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