Project Auto-Launch (PAL) is an autonomous and unmanned aircraft designed to reach a high altitude and provide a versatile aerial platform for a number useful applications.
EMMA is the Software division of Warp Advanced Research Projects. Applications include a physics calculation engine and navigational computer running in multiple programming languages, designed to be incorporated into a space craft or aerial vehicle.
BFC is our hardware development division. Our latest developments are used in all of our projects for applications such as auto-pilot systems, navigation and clustered computing for fluid dynamics simulations and mathematical modelling.
Synthesis is our education division run by the directors of WARP-ARP. This began as a trial in 2009 which was run at two community centers located in West Auckland, New Zealand. Our goal is to help young scientists and engineers gain useful skills while helping to contribute to our projects.
Ex is our largest division with the objective of creating a manned space vehicle.