Starship Design Bureau
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The Journal of Applied Treknology, published by the Advanced Starship Design Bureau, is a Federation-wide forum for starship design and innovative technology. The Journal is aimed at engineers and interested laymen. Readers are invited to contribute their own ideas and share their views on existing concepts.
Starships A-B, C-E, F-H, I-L, M-N, O-Q, R-S, T-Z, Space Stations
New designs for Federation and Starfleet starships and stations. See a comparison chart compiled by Sadewo Yakti.
Various Shuttles, Planetary Vehicles, The Hopper Project
New designs for small spacecrafts and ground vehicles.
Personal Equipment, Personal Weapons
Innovations in personal communication and computing devices, side arms, uniforms.
Propulsion Technologies, Miscellaneous Technologies, Building a Better Brain, Faster Than Warp
Innovations in propulsion, power generation, ship weapons, computers, communication, medical technology, ship systems.
21st Century, 22nd Century, Early 23rd Century, Late 23rd Century, Early 24th Century, DY Starship Family
Archive of historical ship and shuttle designs.
Alien Starships, Future Starships & Design Studies, Abramsverse Designs
A place for developments that are not officially endorsed by Starfleet, like concept sketches, future designs, alien designs. See also: Old Designs (an archive of submissions that have been dropped for various reasons)
See the newest designs at one glance. See also: Previous Additions.
Submit a design or idea yourself. Read the submission guidelines and take notice of the typical design mistakes.
The Journal of Applied Treknology is an Ex Astris Scientia affiliate. All graphics and texts remain the intellectual properties of their respective authors. Web design and management by Bernd Schneider.
Disclaimer STAR TREK and many related terms are registered trademarks of Paramount Pictures, Inc. The JoAT is a strictly non-commercial fan website. Occasional references to and reconstructions of copyrighted material have been included under the terms of "fair use". Other than that, this website consists of fan art and fan fiction with a high level of originality that does not constitute a copyright infringement and that falls under copyright protection itself.
Important notice The images and texts presented at the JoAT are not public domain! You need to ask the credited authors for permission if you intend to republish them in any form.
|Last modified: 06.03.18