Stryke Industries will be attending and presenting at the 2018 National Space & Missile Materials Symposium (NSMMS) to be held on June 25th – 28th in Madison, Wisconsin. Vice President of Materials Engineering, Ian Fuller, will be speaking on a new material architecture concept designed to protect metals and other structures from intense heat, such as is experienced within jet turbine engines and on wings of high speed aircraft. This work is part of Stryke’s Advanced Materials technology area and has been identified as a priority area for next generation systems.

In 2017, Stryke filed intellectual property protecting this novel concept and is currently developing, prototyping, and evaluating under laboratory conditions. Stryke is interested in partnering with government and industry partners to accelerate the development and adoption of this technology. For more information on the concept, please see our concept paper.

To start a conversation with Stryke about the technology or possible collaborative opportunities, or if you wish to meet with Stryke at the NSMMS event, please Contact Us.

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