IN3 Announces David Beering as VP of Hypersonics

The Indiana Innovative Institute (IN3) has named David Beering the new Vice President of Hypersonics. IN3 works with academia, industry, and government to create a hub of national security innovation to help in solving critical defense priorities.

David Beering has been invested in developing space systems to further the economy and national security interests. In addition to contributing work at IN3, he is the owner of Intelligent Designs, LLC and co-founder of Continuous Satellite Data, LLC – two companies focused on delivering innovative solutions to the satellite industry.

The Hypersonics division is set on solving the hypersonic national security threat. They are working on furthering hypersonic technology through better modeling, improved simulation capability, and increased collaboration. David Beering will bring his extensive experience to help further this division and improve the development of solutions.

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