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TulsaLabs Stands up Aerospace Division for Military, Commercial Projects

TulsaLabs Stands up Aerospace Division for Military, Commercial Projects - top government contractors - best government contracting event

TulsaLabs, a next generation technology research laboratory, has established a division that will focus on aerospace projects of military and commercial customers.

The new aerospace division will run a center that houses testing and research activities in Oklahoma for commercial and military aerospace technologies, AppSwarm said Friday.

The division will also help startups adopt new technologies including additive manufacturing, unmanned systems and electric propulsion in support of the aerospace industry,

Additionally, academic institutions may collaborate with the new team to develop future technologies that support both the defense and aerospace industries.

TulsaLabs has also partnered with Touchpoint Group Holdings to develop emerging air transportation technologies such as electricity-powered aircraft, personalized jetpacks and advanced aerial mobility.

Another partnership pairs TulsaLabs with AI Venturetech on the latter’s DeepSkyOne project, which will run space-focused efforts such as missions to monitor climate change from low Earth orbit.

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Written by Nichols Martin

a staff writer at Executive Mosaic, produces articles on the federal government's technology and business interests. The coverage of these articles include government contracting, cybersecurity, information technology, health care and national security.

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