What is the Tech + Media Community Saying about Real-Time Aerodynamics and More...
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NASA iTech Top 25 Disruptive Technologies
NASA’s iTech initiative operates within the agency’s Space Technology Mission Directorate (STMD) to encourage innovations that could provide unique solutions on Earth and in Space. From the more than 500 submissions globally, AeroLab Technology was the only Canadian tech company.
Calgary Tech Company Hitting Global Stage
Calgary's Business catches up with AeroLab CEO at Inventures conference to discuss what AeroLab is about, growth plans and if Calgary can change to support a technology community.
CyclingTips.com Technical Editors James Huang checks out AeroLab at EuroBike. "Two sensors at the front of the device continuously measure wind angle in order to get accurate drag measurements. I don’t expect this device to become available to consumers in the near future, though. Instead, I would almost guarantee that a bigger company (Quarq seems like the most likely candidate) would purchase or license the technology, and then they would bring it to market."
AeroLab Tech in Long Range UAV's
ICARUS is one of Canada's leading aviation, structural and aerospace engineering organizations, allowing AeroLab an important opportunity into high performance aviation and military applications.
In this joint initiative, ICARUS provides extensive expertise and support in aircraft design, structures and stress, and powertrain systems. AeroLab will utilize their extensive expertise in aerodynamics and sensing systems by incorporating a custom AeroLab sensor into the UAV as part of the navigation control system. This will enable increased autonomous stability, efficiency, range, and be used extensively in design validation flight testing. The project wouldn't be possible without the support of Alberta Innovates. As an Albertan, we need to celebrate and embrace these opportunities and continue to support local advanced technology onto the world stage.
DC Rainmaker Talks Technical
I last tested it in the fall, but wanted to catch-up with the folks at Eurobike to see where things stand. I cover the consumer plans, coaching plans, and their industry plans.
"AeroLab is the one that’s released the most data on their unit with the most white papers around it. Their tech blog has plenty of interesting tidbits to read."
Triathlete Magazine Article
The new frontier of personal aerodynamic measurement could bring the wind tunnel to your home.
You’ve probably heard it before, and you’ll hear it again: Roughly 80 percent of the power you expend on your bike is spent pushing through the air. If you want to go fast, the best way to do it is to have a comfortable, sustainable, and aerodynamic bike position.
Eurobike Aero Roundup: Notio, AeroLab, AeroPod, Swiss Side and other tidbits!
Big names in the sport and performance cycling industry get on board with commercializing real-time aerodynamics. this includes Argon 18 well know for their world team bikes and Garmin.
AeroLab Patent Filing Goes Public
The AeroLab management team competes global patent filing applications to include Taiwan and other countries to protect future growth and other opportunities.
Triathlon Market over a Billion
This statistic shows the number of participants in triathlons in the United States in 2017, there were approximately 4.04 million participants in triathlons in the U.S. Global figures increase to 8.02 million with the European market incorporated into the study.
Early Look: AeroLab Tech’s Aerodynamic Sensors
"The reason a product like AeroLab exists is because when you go and test in a wind tunnel you quickly realize that slightly more aerodynamic body position changes are in many cases the difference between having your finger a mere centimeter in one direction. The challenge then becomes how to memorize that position after just a few minutes in, say, February, and transfer that all the way to your race in August."
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