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ARSY's materials expertise is being applied to sustainable aerospace structures, disposable vehicles, building green composites and advances functional structures.

World class engineering, management and research talent assemble to commercialize ARSY technologies, support R&D and establish leading technical services network.

Building on ten years of R&D, ARSY's first spin-off company partners with ARSY to support T-Com™ built environment safe wind turbines and built revolutionary patented power storage.

ARSY establishes new drone test area


ARSY drone test area will support flight testing and training for a variety of commercial and research drones. Leading the new program is Dr. Tom Edwards. Tom is an FAA licensed Airline Transport Pilot and is recognized internationally for his work in aviation safety, training, flight operations management and airspace design.

 


 

New cube sat dispenser in testing

ARSY's new small sat dispenser is designed to increase volume of cube sats and offer greater flexibility for custom payloads over current industry capabilities.

The ARSY Test Cube is a 1U size and mass and has the unique distinction of tolerating g-forces and impacts that would damage most real cube sats.

LEFT: The indomitable Test Cube has sustained more than 20+g's in the calibration phase of the ARSY prototype dispenser. ARSY 1U Test Cube fabricated by our experimental shop. Tig welded 6061-T6

 

Coming Soon

ARSY affiliate offices

Aerospace Research Systems, partnering with our senior associates is opening affiliate offices in Denver and Santa Fe. The new affiliate offices will support expanding technical services in key areas of energy, materials, manufacturing and space.

 


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