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UBIQ Aerospace | November 01, 2021
UBIQ Aerospace of Trondheim, Norway, and Insitu, Inc. are initiating a project to optimize Insitu's Integrator™ Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) for the challenging environment of the Arctic and High North.
The project will enable the Integrator UAS to operate during atmospheric icing conditions by incorporating UBIQ Aerospace's D•ICE™ solution, an autonomous, electrothermal system optimized for the size, weight, and power (SWAP) available on small, tactical...
DEFENSE AND SPACE
Shift5, Inc | May 03, 2021
Shift5, Inc., an operational technology data and cybersecurity organization, has delivered an imaginative answer for continuous prescient upkeep technology for Department of Defense weapon systems. By coordinating a consolidated equipment and software item, platform proprietors and administrators will acquire perceivability into their fleet wellbeing status to diminish upkeep expenses and increment operational preparation.
Department of Defense weapon systems has numerous expenses...
Spirit Airlines | September 03, 2020
The check-in experience of the future just landed at two of the nation’s busiest airports—right on time and ready to make travel easier. Spirit Airlines (NYSE:SAVE) unveiled its redesigned ticket lobby today, which represents a new paradigm for the U.S. airline industry. The lobby is packed with industry-leading technology designed to limit face-to-face interaction, streamline flight check-ins and get Guests from the curb to the brightest planes in the sky quicker than ever.
Simple Flying | January 20, 2020
American Airlines is about to lose access to one of the biggest airline networks in South America, LATAM, as the carrier switches over to supporting Delta. Delta Air Lines pulled the rug out from under American Airlines by purchasing 20% of LATAM in 2019 for USD$1.9 billion. American Airlines was codeshared with LATAM and now stands to lose access to LATAM’s impressive South American network....
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