Boom Technology

Boom was founded on the philosophy that we need to overcome the challenges to supersonic passenger flight, not surrender to them. We're making a supersonic aircraft affordable for business travel. Our ultimate goal is routine supersonic flight for everyone.

Company Growth (employees)
Type
Private
HQ
Englewood, US
Size (employees)
37 (est)-2%
Boom Technology is headquartered in Englewood, US

Boom Technology Office Locations

Boom Technology has an office in Englewood
Englewood, US (HQ)
12850 E Control Tower Rd

Boom Technology Data and Metrics

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Total Funding

$33.2 m

Latest funding size

$33 m

Time since last funding

6 months

Investors

Boom Technology's latest funding round in March 2017 was reported to be $33 m. In total, Boom Technology has raised $33.2 m

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Boom Technology News and Updates

Supersonic jet that will fly London to New York propelled by £26m funding

A supersonic passenger airline has zoomed closer to reality after the company behind it has raised $33m (£26m) in its Series A funding round. Now Boom Supersonic is ready to build its XB-1 jet prototype - the baby Boom -  a smaller scale prototype of the Boom's supersonic passenger airliner. …

Trump wants to decimate Amtrak—but he envisions supersonic flights zipping across the country

So much for that infrastructure boost. Donald Trump’s 2018 budget slashes the Department of Transportation’s funding by 13% from this year to $16.2 billion. The…

Upending the Space Biz With Satellites for You and You and You

Most of the time, if you want to send a serious satellite to space, you commission a one-off instrument. But this company is creating a universal prototype. The post Upending the Space Biz With Satellites for You and You and You appeared first on WIRED.

Between Hyperloop and near-supersonic trains, the future of travel is getting much closer

Across three continents, the kind of futuristic high-speed transport that sends passengers far faster than a speeding bullet train to where they want to go…

Boom shows off its XB-1 supersonic demonstration passenger airliner

 If you’re old enough to remember the Concorde, then startup Boom‘s plans to bring supersonic flight back to commercial passenger air travel is huge. Now Boom is one step closer, as it reveals the XB-1 Supersonic Demonstrator, a 1/3-scale prototype of its Boom supersonic passenger aircraft, which wi…

Ruvento raises new seed fund to invest in hardware across Singapore, China and the U.S.

 Today, Ruvento is announcing a new $25 million seed fund for hardware startups in need of capital from Singapore, China and the U.S. The fund, managed by Slava Solonitsyn and Alex Toh, will write 70 percent of its checks between $100k and $500k. The rest of the capital will be reserved for follow-o…
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