DARcorporation will be presenting on "Propeller Designs with High Efficiency for Long Range/Endurance Missions and Low Noise for Reduced Detectability." Come join us at our poster session on March 6, 4:00 - 6:00 pm at the Sheraton Waikiki.
DARcorporation client Transcend Air is developing their five-passenger vertical take-off aircraft that could re-shape the future of air travel to make it faster and easier to fly from cities to cities. Check out the short video here on the TODAY Show. (Image of [...]
DARcorporation Engineers will be at AUVSI Xponential 2019. Come find us at booth #622. Hope to see you there! Get our complimentary free pass here by signing up.
Design, Analysis and Research Corporation (DARcorporation) entered and was placed third in the Future Civil Aircraft Concept Design Competition organized by Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China (COMAC) America and Aviation Week. DARcorporation entry of a unique 3-lifting-surface layout combines with innovative powerplant [...]
Congratulations to Cody Hill, DARcorporation Intern, who was one of nine recipients of the Sammie & Carl Locke Award for Outstanding Graduating Senior at University of Kansas. He was recognized at the Fall 2017 Engineering Recognition Ceremony, held at the Lied Center. [...]
DragShield (patent-pending) was entered and selected as one of the Top 100 Entries in the Create the Future 2017 Design Contest. It is an aerodynamic device (see image on left) placed behind a pickup truck cab to reduce the drag on [...]
Congratulations to our friends at The University of Kansas and RMIT for their 1st Prize with their light business jet design in the AIAA Graduate Aircraft Design Competition! Our compliments go especially to Drew Darrah, one of the team members who is [...]
A local firm and a Chinese company have reached a deal to open a Lawrence manufacturing plant to build propellers that will power everything from drones to airboats to experimental aircraft. Lawrence-based DARcorporation and China-based Sterna Composite Aircraft Inc. have agreed to [...]