BOEING Reaches for the Stars -Boeing stands out as a publicly traded Aerospace firm that has “the right stuff” to make America great again as an Aerospace leader in the attainment of Space Science Innovations and Exploration.
Interview with Stefan Gardefjord, CEO with the Swedish Space Corporation and Richard Kusiolek, Managing Editor of GMCStream, Mountain View, CA. Since 2012, Stefan Gardefjord has been the President and Chief Executive Officer of SSC – Swedish Space Corporation – a leading global provider of advanced space services, fully owned by the state of Sweden and all shares controlled by the Ministry of Enterprise.
Richard Kusiolek, Managing Editor, GMCStream Inc. has an on-site conversation with ViaSat’s Ken Peterman, Viasat’s President of Government Systems. Mr. Ken A. Peterman has been the President of Government Systems at ViaSat Inc. since May 2017 and served as its Senior Vice President of Government
GMCstream Team conducted face to face interviews at 33rd Space Symposium Broadmoor COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (April 3-6, 2017) Global Space leaders attending from more than 30 countries met with Kevin C. Cook and part of the Hall of Fame Awards program. Kevin Cook is the Vice President - Marketing & Communications for the Space Foundation and is responsible for overseeing marketing and communications efforts. He works with a team of graphic designers, web developers, program managers and executive leadership to create and implement strategies to achieve mission goals. Prior to his current role, Cook held leadership positions with marketing and communications firms in Honolulu, Seattle and Los Angeles. He has extensive experience in advertising, public relations and promotional marketing, and has provided solutions for corporate, industry and consumer audiences on a local, regional and national basis. Cook is a graduate of McNeese State University at Lake Charles, Louisiana.
Richard T. Kusiolek, CEO and Managing Editor of a Silicon Valley Digital Publishing Company interviews James Schearer and hightslight key issues with AI & Cyber security.
DarkLight is a first of its kind, AI-based expert system which sits on top of existing enterprise security investments and enables sense-making and decision-making for active cyber defense and information sharing. It helps an organization develop a scientific, evidence-based foundation for vastly improved cyber security automation and operations.DarkLight is a first of its kind, AI-based expert system which sits on top of existing enterprise security investments and enables sense-making and decision-making for active cyber defense and information sharing. It helps an organization develop a scientific, evidence-based foundation for vastly improved cyber security automation and operations. DarkLight intelligently fuses data from disparate sources (including network, threat intel and enterprise knowledge) for analysis. Normally this is a tedious and time-intensive activity done by the organization’s cyber-analysts. With DarkLight doing the heavy lifting, both the human and product investments the organization has made, work more effectively
Augmented Reality Helps Boeing’s Wiring Harnesses and Manufacturing skills
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Wireless industry pundits have dubbed 2017 the year of 5G, as ultra-high-speed networks begin to move out of the proof of concept stage and into the field. Designed to support the growing demand from IoT devices and users for high-speed, low-latency connectivity for a growing multitude of use cases across industries, 5G networks need to be able to scale quickly to support demand, with the flexibility to accommodate different spectrum requirements and use cases as they emerge.
5G demands best-in-class solutions from a quality and performance perspective, and antennas are the critical link. The 5G communications hardware market needs precision, quality and even more engineering support than ever before. Like in the race to 4G LTE, Taoglas is the first antenna vendor on the device side to provide 5G antenna solutions and options.
Scott Schwalbe, CEO, NimbeLink, chaired a panel at Sensors Expo to discuss NimbeLink’s approach to partnership in the IoT market and the process by which the company transitioned from a component to a solutions company.