Aerospace Systems Design Laboratory Annual Revenue, Competitors, Number of Employees and Funding
Estimated Revenue & Financials
- Aerospace Systems Design Laboratory's estimated annual revenue is currently $9.5M per year.
- Aerospace Systems Design Laboratory's estimated revenue per employee is $102,000
- Aerospace Systems Design Laboratory has 93 Employees.
- Aerospace Systems Design Laboratory grew their employee count by 27% last year.
- Aerospace Systems Design Laboratory currently has 1 job openings.
Aerospace Systems Design Laboratory Competitors
|Competitor Name||Revenue||Number of Employees||Employee Growth||Total Funding|
|MMR Research As...||$3.7M||36||N/A||N/A|
|Rwanda Zambia H...||$4.3M||42||8%||N/A|
|Market Force In...||$93M||912||N/A||N/A|
What Is Aerospace Systems Design Laboratory?
Aerospace Systems Design Laboratory at Georgia Tech Academics ASDL provides a comprehensive systems engineering and advanced design methods curriculum that enables its students to become the future leaders of the aerospace systems industry. Awards & Honors ASDL has been named a Center of Excellence (COE) by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration under the University Research Engineering Technology Institute (URETI) on Aeropropulsion and Power Technology (UAPT) program and by the Federal Aviation Administration for Aircraft Noise and Aviation Emissions Mitigation as well as the new Air Transportation COE for Alternative Jet fuels and the Environment. Strategic Vision In a broad sense, the basic aim of current and future research at ASDL is to be a leader in aerospace systems design. ASDL aims to accomplish this by fulfilling several roles: Being a leading developer of design methods suitable for the design of all types of complex systems. These complex systems can include airframe and propulsion concepts, torpedoes, missiles, ships, rotorcraft, unmanned aerial vehicles, power generators, etc. Providing a point of dissemination for cutting-edge research to government, academia, and industry; Being a strong advocate of those fields critical to the continued maturation of the industry, such as improved safety, reduced environmental impact, lower acquisition and operating cost, etc Training the next generation of highly-qualified engineers for industry and the governmentkeywords:N/A
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|Megan Scheidt||Research Portfolio Manager||Email Available|
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