What disruptive technologies could transform aerospace?  Will it be autonomous systems that increase human capability? Or optical frequency control enabling sub-nanometer positioning and sub-picosecond timing? Is it cognitive computers that can understand humans and help them solve problems? Or is it the seemingly limitless potential in digitizing fabrication? These are the breakthroughs highlighted by a panel on disruptive technology at the American Institute of Aeronautics and ...

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