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
DARPA Sees Cockpit Assistance Building Pilots’ Trust In Autonomy  2
Aurora Flight Sciences and Sikorsky complete autonomy demonstrations under Phase 2 of DARPA’s ALIAS cockpit-automation program. Both are now bidding for Phase 3, to mature selected technologies for transition to potential customers—military and commercial.
Podcast: Can A Robot Be Your Co-pilot? 25
Automation is reaching the point that it may be possible for artificial intelligence and robotics to take much of the routine workload of cockpit crews—and “remember” things no humans could in an emergency. Is this the future?
Facebook Tests Millimeter-Wave Comms For Aquila UAV 
Facebook says the test demonstrated a record data rate of almost 20 Gbps over 13 km (8 mi.), enough to stream almost 1,000 high-definition videos simultaneously.
Lockheed Airships To Transport Rare-Earth Ores In Canada 
Straightline Aviation (SLA), launch customer for Lockheed Martin’s LMH-1 heavy-lift cargo hybrid airship, has signed an agreement to provide dedicated shuttle services for Canadian rare-earth mining company Quest Rare Minerals.
LM Airships To Transport Rare-Earth Ores In Canada 
Straightline Aviation (SLA), launch customer for Lockheed Martin’s LMH-1 heavy-lift cargo hybrid airship, has signed an agreement to provide dedicated shuttle services for Canadian rare-earth mining company Quest Rare Minerals.
Lockheed Airships To Transport Rare-Earth Ores In Canada 
Straightline Aviation (SLA), launch customer for Lockheed Martin’s LMH-1 heavy-lift cargo hybrid airship, has signed an agreement to provide dedicated shuttle services for Canadian rare-earth mining company Quest Rare Minerals.
Dominos, Flirtey Launch Pizza Drone Delivery Trials  25
Drone delivery startup Flirtey has begun the first commercial trials of autonomous pizza delivery, flying to customers’ homes from a Domino’s Pizza store in Whangaparaoa, north of Auckland, New Zealand.
Flirtey, Dominos Launch Pizza Drone Delivery Trials 
Drone delivery startup Flirtey has begun the first commercial trials of autonomous pizza delivery, flying to customers’ homes from a Domino’s Pizza store in Whangaparaoa, north of Auckland, New Zealand.
AeroVironment Enters Commercial Drone Market With Hybrid Quadcopter  8
The company has formed the Commercial Information Solutions business unit and launched the Quantix, a tailsitting drone that takes off and lands vertically but transitions to wingborne forward flight for increased efficiency and range.
AeroVironment Launches Into Commercial Drone Market 
The company has formed the Commercial Information Solutions business unit and launched the Quantix, a tailsitting drone that takes off and lands vertically but transitions to wingborne forward flight for increased efficiency and range.
AeroVironment Moves Into Commercial Drone Market 
The company has formed the Commercial Information Solutions business unit and launched the Quantix, a tailsitting drone that takes off and lands vertically but transitions to wingborne forward flight for increased efficiency and range.
IED-Hunting Drone Unveiled In Israel 
A drone-based explosive detection system has been unveiled by Israeli company Laser Detect Systems (LDS).
Digital Aircraft Structures Could Reduce Weight, Save Fuel  3
Digital imagery provides the model for a new approach to assembling complex aircraft structures from small and simple, mass-produced building blocks.
Cape Air Begins Talks On Replacing Cessna 402Cs 
Cape Air has entered formal negotiations on the purchase of 11-seat P2012 Traveller piston twins to replace the commuter airline’s Cessna 402Cs, manufacturer Tecnam says.
Cape Air Begins Negotiations On Replacing Cessna 402Cs 
Cape Air has entered formal negotiations on the purchase of 11-seat P2012 Traveller piston twins to replace the commuter airline’s Cessna 402Cs.
Comments
U-tail Business Jet Shows Noise Benefits In Clean Sky Tests
December 1, 2016

Why? In the US, noise from business jet operations is a major reason given by local communities that are trying to close, or place restrictions on, airports used by general...

Avenger UAV Ready For Humanitarian-Relief Food Drops
November 23, 2016

As the story says, the ration packs are released from two containers mounted in the weapons bay

The Week In Technology, Nov. 21-25, 2016
November 21, 2016

AH-56A was a compound helicopter - it had a propeller on the tail. The speed record is for a "classic" single-main-rotor, single-tail-rotor helicopter

Dominos, Flirtey Launch Pizza Drone Delivery Trials
November 17, 2016

Hijack for a pizza? When you don't know the toppings? Might be anchovies!

Internet Of Things To Change Aircraft Design And Manufacture
November 12, 2016

If you have to design something with physical knobs, dials, switches or other devices so that you can control or otherwise interact with it, that puts certain constraints on...

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