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Ball Corporation | December 08, 2022
Ball Aerospace has selected Dr. Alberto Conti, to serve as vice president and general manager of the company's Civil Space Strategic Business Unit (SBU), effective immediately.In this role, Conti will lead the Civil Space SBU and will be responsible for a portfolio that spans across all science fields, operational weather and Earth observation, as well as advanced technologies and development. He will partner with customers and stakeholders to achieve mission priorities and define next-gener...
Airspace Link, Inc. | February 07, 2023
On February 6, 2023, Airspace Link, Inc. announced the AirHub® Portal, the next generation of the AirHub® Platform. Airspace Link has kept innovating in their mission to assist stakeholders in boosting safe drone integration in national airspace and communities at scale since the launch of their UAS Integration Framework last fall.
The announcement combines Airspace Link's AirHub® technology with their UAS Integration framework approach, making AirHub® Portal...
IonQ | August 23, 2022
IonQ, an industry leader in quantum computing, today announced a collaboration with Airbus to explore the potential application and benefits of quantum computing for aerospace services and passenger experiences. The Quantum Aircraft Loading Optimization & Quantum Machine Learning project will be a 12-month project that culminates in the development of a prototype aircraft-loading quantum application, hands-on collaboration and coaching sessions for Airbus developers and engineers, and an exp...
China’s civil aviation regulator | June 03, 2020
Beijing will allow limited flights by international carriers to resume after the White House threatened to block Chinese passenger jets from flying to the U.S. The Chinese authorities on Thursday appeared to retreat partially from an escalating dispute with the United States over air travel between the two countries, announcing that foreign airlines would be allowed to operate one flight per week in Chinese cities.
The announcement, from China’s civil aviation regulator, followed th...
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