Lockheed Martin’s Tomorrow for iPad fly a drone.

One for Jack Crossfire and Mr Cellaneous get to fly a sycamore seed and explore unmanned aviation courtesy of Lockheed Martin.

“Fly a UAV. Learn about robotics. Explore the universe. LM Tomorrow is a science and engineering app that provides insight into some of Lockheed Martin’s most innovative technologies and how they work. From flying a micro-scale Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) and human exoskeleton design to some of the company’s more well-known products such as air and spacecraft, you’ll learn how sciences such as aerodynamics, electromagnetism and kinetics are translated into a variety of technologies.



Science and engineering are two sides of a single coin. Scientists seek to understand how the world works. Engineers seek ways to make it work.
LM Tomorrow for iPad provides exclusive access to this journey from theory to reality. You’ll learn how sciences such as aerodynamics, electromagnetism and kinetics are translated into a variety of technologies and how engineering supports scientific inquiry into the nature of our universe.

Features:
• Fly a micro-scale aircraft inspired by nature
• Explore the Exoskeleton Design Center
• Navigate a 3D visualization of orbiting space junk

Look for updates with more stories of innovative technology coming soon.

An important part of Lockheed Martin’s mission is to inspire new generations of engineers and technologists by sharing our world and our work with them. Our scientists and engineers participate in a host of educational programs, from supporting K-12 science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) curricula and programs like Engineers in the Classroom to mentoring college students and partnering with distinguished universities.

http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/lm-tomorrow/id487279280?ls=1&mt=8