We’ve just returned from EAA AirVenture 2021, and the show, as always, was an interesting trip around all things aviation. Most importantly, it was a great opportunity to see old friends in person, and not on Zoom – but in real life. While Zoom is a...
News We are at Aerospace Week in Montreal where the theme topic is AI. Canada is making a major push in Artificial Intelligence, with support from the government and is looking to help smaller and medium size companies to innovate. The use of AI has a foothold in...
News Reports from a number of sources indicate that many believe the FAA went too far in delegating certification tasks to Boeing during the development of the 737 MAX. That level of delegation, particularly with respect to the MCAS system, resulted in problems not...
News Boeing is rolling out the 777-9 next week in Seattle. This 425 seat super-twin is a stretched and re-engined version of the 777-300ER, and will feature a new carbon-fibre composite wing with folding wingtips. The aircraft, according to Boeing, will provide the...
News GE is leveraging artificial intelligence to cut product design times in half. They are utilizing data-intensive technologies and tools to speed up the evaluation of the projected performance of design alternatives utilizing Artificial Intelligence to estimate...
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