ISTAT News | 18 October 2021
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ISTAT Learning Lab: A Technical Look at Low Boom Supersonic Travel
Featuring Norris Tie, Co-founder and CEO, Exosonic, and John Morgenstern, Head of Aerodynamics and Boom, Exosonic
19 October 2021
10:00 New York | 15:00 Dublin | 22:00 Singapore
NASA’s X-59 Low Boom Flight Demonstrator (LBFD) is expected to first fly next year with public low boom demonstrations in the following years. Exosonic is planning to introduce supersonic overland transportation using similar low boom technology. Exosonic’s CEO, Norris Tie, will discuss overland transportation development and progress. Exosonic’s Head of Aero and Boom, John Morgenstern, (and former Lockheed Martin X-59 Head of Shaped Boom) will provide a Low Boom 101 overview of how the technology works and how low airport noise and emissions will also be incorporated.
ISTAT Learning Lab: Global Air Cargo - Let the Good Time Rolls
Featuring Tom Crabtree, Market Analysis - Air Cargo, Boeing Commercial Airplanes
26 October 2021
12:30 New York | 17:30 Dublin | 00:30 (27 Oct) Singapore
Air cargo markets have been the bright spot of global aviation since the onset of COVID-19. Tom Crabtree, who’s dedicated his entire career at Boeing to this market, will discuss what has driven the current surge in revenues as well as the factors that will impact air cargo’s short and longer term prospects.
ISTAT Learning Lab: The Future of Sustainable Commercial Supersonic Travel
Featuring Blake Scholl, Founder & CEO, Boom Supersonic
9 November 2021
10:00 New York | 15:00 Dublin | 23:00 Singapore
Supersonic commercial flight is about to become a reality again for millions of passengers thanks to more than 60 years of advancements in materials, propulsion and aerodynamics. Hear from Blake Scholl, founder and CEO of Boom Supersonic, about these advancements that are enabling Boom to build Overture, a supersonic airliner that is environmentally sustainable and economically viable. During this session, Scholl will also walk through the data the company has amassed to demonstrate the vibrant demand among passengers and airlines for a new generation of supersonic airliners.