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Aerospace Sciences Corporation provides your total aerospace engineering solution from concept definition through to certification and support for both the Defence and Civil aerospace sectors.

Aerospace Sciences Corporation Pty Ltd is an Australian aerospace engineering organisation founded in 1996 and since then has been involved in aerospace development projects world-wide.

Aerospace Sciences provides a broad range of engineering services including design, flight simulation, analysis, prototype manufacture, test and evaluation and certification.

It stands alone in that it has practical aerospace engineering experience having completed the design of two Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS), design of the worlds first successful helicopter towed EM array, and a wealth of experience involving design, modelling, simulation, composite structures, prototype manufacture, testing and certification of various aerospace platforms.

Aerospace Sciences specialises in the design and development of new and innovative aerospace systems.

Aerospace Engineering Services
Aerospace Sciences can help you with design, development, testing and analysis of airborne prototype systems, aircraft modifications, unmanned aerial systems and helicopter-towed arrays for both civil and defence requirements. It can undertake these design and development activities to industry accepted design standards.

Flight Testing
Aerospace Sciences has broad flight testing experience - ranging from developmental flight testing of Unmanned Air Vehicles and helicopter towed arrays; certification flight testing on GA aircraft and helicopters; and operational testing on various military aircraft. Aerospace Sciences have been involved in certification of two light aircraft to FAR Part 23 and CS-VLA respectively.

Unmanned Aerial Systems
Aerospace Sciences have produced two Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) including design, development, manufacture, ground testing and flight testing of the air vehicle, the design and manufacture of the ground control stations, specification of the datalinks, specification of the antenna arrays, specification and certification the navigational flight displays and testing of the flight planning software.

Systems engineering practises were used in the development of these UAS, with structural design and development activities undertaken in accordance with tailored FAR Part 23. 

Development of UAS is assisted by Aerospace Sciences extensive design support network of companies that can undertake composite manufacturing, avionics and instrumentation systems design and manufacture, software development to DO-178B standards for airborne systems.

Flight Simulation
Flight simulation and modeling is used extensively in support of the air vehicle development programs, weapons integration programs and UAV development. Aerospace Sciences have been involved extensively in air weapons range safety risk analysis projects which have involved flight simulation and modelling. 

Aerodynamic Analysis
Aerospace Sciences has a strong background in aircraft design and systems analysis and utilises a range of software-based tools to aid in this process in conjunction with extensive practical experience in wind tunnel testing and flight testing on F/A-18 and F-111C aircraft.

Aircraft Weapons Integration
Aerospace Sciences has experience in weapons integration risk assessments, utilising wind tunnel investigations, modelling and flight simulation, in addition to aircraft stores compatibility assessments. Integration and aircraft stores compatibility assessments have involved an extensive array of weapons including guided and unguided weapons on various rack configurations, in various loading configurations, on various RAAF platforms.

Structural Design
Aerospace Sciences has extensive experience in the design of composite structures for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles and Helicopter Towed Arrays, and aircraft structural repair design and modification on the P-3C Orion, Bell 47 and C-47 aircraft types.

Helicopter Towed Electromagnetic Arrays
The worlds' first successful towed Electromagnetic (EM) array was designed by Aerospace Sciences. These lightweight carbon composite EM arrays have seen service in the United States, Chile, and the United Arab Emirates. Aerospace Sciences was responsible for the structural and aerodynamic design of the composite structures, as well as flight testing of the prototypes and subsequent development models.

Flight testing the Jabiru Pawnee

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