NASA Tech Briefs Aerospace Professionals Business Database
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The NASA Tech Briefs Aerospace Professionals Business Database reaches engineers and key executives with direct purchasing power who are subscribers of Tech Briefs Media’s print and online publications. These professionals are engaged in a variety of diverse government and industrial industries including aerospace, electronics, defense, computer, and communications who meet the design and development needs of the dynamic aerospace market. They rely on Tech Briefs publications to deliver the latest topics, technological advances, design briefs, and licensing opportunities to make informed business decisions for aerospace product development. They purchase products ranging from electronic components to plastics.
Reach aerospace engineering and management subscribers who seek design ideas and solutions to produce state-of-the-art technology products, reduce costs, and improve efficiencies. They create and test prototypes, manage projects, troubleshoot, and develop quality control standards. They are experts in aerodynamics, thermodynamics, celestial mechanics, flight mechanics, and guidance and control systems. Engineers seek informative articles from industry publications for insight into federal regulations, defense technology, product development, and emerging technologies. The multi-billion dollar, high-technology aerospace market has spurred innovations in components and materials that produce end-user products like aircraft, remotely piloted rotorcraft, satellites, unmanned robotics, missiles, engines, propulsion units, GPS systems, and national defense systems.
Engineers in this list recommend or purchase products for the aerospace industry like electrical components, lasers, semiconductors, lenses, power supplies, plastics, sensors, diagnostic equipment, pumps, pneumatics, diagnostics, encoders, engines, power tools, hand tools, robotics, and touchscreen displays. They buy products for daily business operation including computer equipment, design software, electronics, office supplies, telecommunication systems, and business apparel.
Engineers and managers in the NASA Tech Briefs Aerospace Professionals Business Database are receptive to marketing offers from retailers, distributors, government agencies, direct mail marketers, R&D facilitates, industry trade publications, tradeshow and event coordinators, financial institutions, credit card issuers, and continuing education providers.