Weekly Brief


Weekly Brief

Thursday, June 17,2021

Feature of the Week

Learning to fly an airplane is a significant undertaking, and the introduction of simulation technology has revolutionized the process  Read more
Working with reputable aircraft management and advisory services firms can significantly improve a firm's competitive position in general aviation services  Read more
Through automation, data mining, and other methods, AI has the potential to move the space sector forward, stimulating innovation and increasing profitability  Read more


By Creighton Warren, CIO and Jennifer F. Scanlon, CEO of UL Inc  
We’re believers that there’s no better time than now to be a CIO because of the transformative power and ubiquitous nature of technology.  Read more
By Chris Dorsey, Senior Vice President & CIO, Vertex Aerospace  
Now more than ever, the defense industry must realize the importance and value of offering customers readily available, accurate data  Read more

Featured Vendors

By Patrick J. Gough, CEO,   
PKL Services, Inc. is an elite provider of skilled personnel based in California delivering aviation maintenance, training, and logistics management services for its aerospace and defense customers. The Company is focused on continual improvement,...  Read more
By David Hamilton, Vice President&Aaron Abbott, President,   
Founded in 1972, Covington Aircraft is a world-leading aircraft engine maintenance, repair, and overhaul facility specializing in PT6A turbine engines and R-985 & R-1340 radial engines. Covington is a Pratt & Whitney Canada certified Distributor,...  Read more
By Bruce D. Anning, VP of Technical Operations,   
ACS provides effective repair services for rotor blades to help clients save costs and get their aircraft into the air faster  Read more

CXO Insights

By Steven Johnson, Gary Newton, Director - Automotive Americas & Robert Franz, Hottinger Brüel & Kjær  
For over 75 years, Bruel and Kjaer have played a leading role in the world of sound and vibration.  Read more
By Mike Walters, VP, FLIR  
Thermal imaging has gone mainstream. In 2014, FLIR launched a thermal infrared camera so tiny, low-power and inexpensive that it has been integrated into a cellphone—the CAT S60.  Read more