SOURCE: Special Aerospace Services
BOULDER, CO--(Marketwired - Jan 7, 2014) - Special Aerospace Services (SAS), a leader in aerospace systems engineering solutions, announced today that it has a completed Space Act Agreement (SAA) with NASA Langley Research Center in Hampton, VA.
SAS is a Boulder-based high technology services and systems company supporting NASA, the Department of Defense (DoD), and the commercial space industry through systems engineering, Spaceflight Safety™, digital manufacturing, special research & development, launch services, and mission analysis.
NASA Langley will perform analytical research in support of SAS's Air Launch, integrated flight and Spaceflight Safety™ research. SAS will also engage NASA Langley in reviewing the Company's Airspace Safety™ and Unmanned Airspace Safety™ software and analytical tools.
"With the convergence of advanced space, aerospace, and flight solutions, working with NASA Langley will help SAS develop its systems and tools in a cost effective manner," said Tim Bulk, SAS Co-Founder and Executive Director of Technical Operations. "We look forward to working with an organization with such a rich history and experience in flight and space research as well as aerospace safety."
Special Aerospace Services (www.specialaerospaceservices.com) is a Certified 8(a), woman-owned engineering services, systems and solutions business. SAS began with the dream of developing and providing innovative aerospace solutions to the aerospace industry, U.S. government agencies, DoD, and the emerging commercial spaceflight sector.