July/August 2016 Vertiflite Available Now

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Featured In This Issue:
Cover Vertiflite July August 2016
  • Commentary: From the Past to the Future
  • A Small LightningStrike:
    Aurora's subscale vehicle demonstrator flies 
  • Cue Me:
    Integrating visual, aural and tactile cues promises to reduce workload and enhance safety in Degraded Visual Environments
  • Eyes-Out in Brownout:
    The Modular Integrated Helmet Display System promises helicopter pilots conformal, color symbology day or night to help see through Degraded Visual Environments 
  • The Quiet Innovator:
    Lightspeed Aviation has become a major player in wearable communications technology in a relatively short time 
  • Forum 72 Overview: Expecting Emerging Technologies 
  • AHS International 72nd Annual Awards
  • 4th Annual MAV Student Challenge Results:
    Georgia Tech wins first place in the remotely-controlled category 
  • Kay Brackins Retires 
  • Leadership Profile: Dr. David Peters, McDonnell Douglas Professor of Engineering, Washington University in St. Louis
  • Vertical Flight Foundation Testimonials: Dr. Marc Takahashi and Dr. Mark Wasikowski
  • In Memoriam: Glidden S. Doman (1921-2016)

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About the Cover

Aurora's LightningStrike subscale vehicle demonstrator (SVD) first flight, March 29. (Aurora photo)

Posted June 29, 2016