This unique facility combines the attributes of a research complex with the capabilities of an aircraft hangar and engine test bed. Home to the Embry-Riddle Eagle Flight Research Center, the Applied Aviation and Engineering Research Hangar will also provide more than 7,500 square feet of flexible lease space for corporate and research partners. It also features direct access to the Daytona Beach International Airport by way of Taxiway Sierra.
Stephanie Miller, Ph.D., M.B.A.
Executive Director, Technology Transfer and Research Park Initiatives
- Innovations in E-Flight, Mobile Farm Monitoring and Soundscape Navigation Top Embry-Riddle Business Competition
- Flexjet Helps a New Generation Take to the Skies at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
- Embry-Riddle’s Ph.D. Graduating Class Features Diverse and Inspiring Engineering Cohort
- Award-Winning Volusia County Startup Novineer Takes 3D Printing to the Next Level
- National Science Foundation Backs Eagle Research to Enable 'Smart' 3D Manufacturing
- Drone Innovation, Vertical Farming Tech Top Embry-Riddle Entrepreneurship Competition
- Eagles Partner with Alumna-Owned Drone Firm to Fight Wildfires, Protect First Responders
- Concussion-Detecting Helmets, 3D Printing Software Among Innovations Presented at Eagle Startup Showcase