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Partner Women Have A VOICE Debra Denhart Panelist:Jennifer-Ruth Green - is a Graduate of the United States Air Force Academy and a Combat Veteran of Iraqi Freedom. She is the Founder of Mission Aero Pipeline, a non-profit providing Aerospace and STEM training to underrepresented youth and currently serves as a Lt. Colonel in the Indiana Air National Guard.
On this Washington Roundtable episode of the Defense & Aerospace Report Podcast, sponsored by Bell, our guests are Dov Zakheim, PhD, former DoD comptroller, now with the Center for Strategic and International Studies, Dr. Patrick Cronin of the Hudson Institute, Jim Townsend, a former deputy assistant secretary of defense for Europe and NATO who is now with the Center for a New American Security and Michael Herson of American Defense International. Topics: — Global implications of a US debt default as Treasury Secretary Janet Yellin warns that only “extraordinary measures” will allow the government to remain solvent unless Congress raises the nation's borrowing limit — Political dynamics on the Hill as House members demand spending cuts across government and the White House refuses to negotiate — Moves the Pentagon can make to stretch out its budget — How US allies and partners view the debt spectacle and lessons on how the 2011 Budget Control Act just national security — Washington assures Ukraine of continuing support as allies meet in Germany to supply Kyiv with more heavy weapons — What's driving Washington's shift on backing Ukraine's effort to retake Crimea — How Israel and South Korea as responding to US move to draw down arms from stockpiles in both nations to help Ukraine — Biden administration's seeks 40 F-16s fighters for Turkey in exchange for Ankara's support for Sweden and Finland's NATO membership — China's global charm offensive as Australia moves to restore trade ties — Whether Xi Jinping is actually pressuring Vladimir Putin on the Russian leader's war on Ukraine or merely part of a PR posturing effort — Future of Israel's democracy as Prime Minister Bibi Netanyahu and his support clash with the country's Supreme Court
Josh Lee is the co-founder of Rev Technologies, a company that specializes in SAP implementation and technology strategy for heavy manufacturing and project-centric firms. In this episode, we discuss the major trends that are affecting the aerospace and defense industries, as well as the ways in which these trends impact the line of business. In addition to this, we will find out whether or not the industry will experience the impending shifts that we have been speculating about. What kinds of issues could come up in the future, and how do you think we should handle them if they do? Lastly, we will talk about how adjusting to new circumstances can be the most effective strategy for this company. Important Timestamps: 00:00 - Introducing Josh Lee 00:48 - Who is Josh Lee and does he do? 02:50 - The major trends affecting the aerospace and defense industry 11:04 - Will there be a future change in the industry? 14:51 - How will this change look from an executive perspective and how will it help? 15:34 - What is their plan for resolving future problems that may emerge? 18:17 - How does working in pharma differ from working in aerospace? 20:00 - The power of adaptation 21:27 - Where can we find Josh Lee? Connect with Joshua Lee here Reah out to Josh through email: firstname.lastname@example.org *Bonus* Learn about the magic of digital twins by accessing a complimentary guidebook at corasystems.com/digitaltwins
Aniza Brown talks to Garrett Clark about Catalyst Campus and innovation, collaboration, and modernization initiatives to support the DoD to ensure they are modernizing faster than their adversaries. Their conversation covers accelerator cohorts, companies and products that are a good fit, how to identify the underlying capability in each product, pushing the boundaries of innovation outside of the DoD through small companies, understanding and mitigating malicious intent, and how the Space Force is changing the future of defense. To get involved, visit Catalyst Campus here. https://catalystcampus.org/ Social: Twitter - https://twitter.com/siliconslopes Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/siliconslopes/ LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/silicon-slopes/ YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8aEtQ1KJrWhJ3C2JnzXysw
---> Check out the Causeartist Partners here.---> Subscribe to the Causeartist Newsletter here.In Episode 162 of the Disruptors for Good podcast, we speak with Sascha Deri, Founder and CEO of bluShift Aerospace, on empowering humanity's access to explore and develop our economy to Space while safeguarding life on our home planet.In 1999 Sascha co-founded the altE Store, a national renewable energy product distribution and light manufacturing company, where as CEO he is responsible for setting the company's market and product development strategy for the $29M/year organization.In 2014 he founded bluShift Aerospace.The company made history on January 31, 2021 with the first commercial rocket launch powered by bio-derived fuel in the world, using a proprietary modular hybrid rocket engine that is also unique to the aerospace industry. Their series of small rockets will be able to lift 30-kilogram payloads suborbitally to space and then to low Earth orbit for academic research and commercial customers.Sascha grew up in Maine. He earned a degree in physics from Earlham College and a second degree in electrical engineering from University of Southern Maine. He lives in Brunswick, Maine, with his wife and two daughters.About bluShiftIn 2021, blueShift launched Stardust to great success - now their sights are set on 2023 for suborbital launches and 2025 for low-Earth orbits!With MAREVL™'s non-toxic fuel blend leading the charge, bluShift will revolutionize skyward trajectories while fostering an environmentally conscious future.The bio fuel is also non-toxic, and the oxidizer is non-cryogenic. No hazardous materials means a safer and healthier team, and a rocket that will not poison the air, or the water when it splashes down.A stable, renewable, non-toxic, non-cryogenic fuel reduces many of the costs associated with handling liquid rocket fuel or synthetic solid fuel.The company has also succeeded in the commitment to perform most manufacturing in-house by using CNC milling machines and 3d printers, and manufacturing their own fuel grains.In the long term, blueShift expects to save 60% of our manufacturing costs as a result.---> Check out the Causeartist Partners here.---> Subscribe to the Causeartist Newsletter here.Listen to more Causeartist podcast shows hereFollow Grant on Twitter and LinkedInFollow Causeartist on Twitter, LinkedIn, and Instagram
Meshing With Others In A Company - Carlos Salaff & Pete Bitar; LEO Flight Corporation | The Riderflex Podcast Pete Bitar and Carlos Salaff formed LEO Flight in the spring of 2020 -- in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic -- with great hope and optimism for a bright future. A joint-venture between Pete's company Electric Jet Aircraft and Carlos's company SALAFF Automotive, they immediately agreed that a massive leap could and should be made in the design of eVTOL "flying cars." https://www.leoflight.com/ Pete has founded and sold several entrepreneurial ventures, mostly of a technical nature, during his business career. He is a consultant in the Aerospace and Defense sector for the Gerson-Lehrman Group, and has been with GLG for over 16 years. Pete is the inventor of two patented wind-turbine designs. In all, he has credit to 14 patents in his name. https://www.leoflight.com/pete-bitar After internships at Mazda and BMW and graduating from the Art Center College of Design in 2003, Carlos Salaff began his career at Mazda's North American Design Studio. As Design Director at LA-based startup Vibe Inc., Salaff focused on making travel a more engaging, exciting and productive experience. Vibe presented its first concept in 2020: a Space Age-inspired mobile office and lounge called Pod Van. Carlos Salaff has always been interested in aerospace and outer space, and LEO Flight is his step into those frontiers. https://www.leoflight.com/carlos-salaff Learn more about LEO Flight: https://www.leoflight.com/ Watch the Full Riderflex Interview: https://youtu.be/rDOLVnORJvA Get your copy of "The Riderflex Guide: Inspiring & Hiring" - https://amzn.to/3N16Y4M It contains 30+ years of experience in entrepreneurship and executive leadership. Managers don't always have all the answers. This guide can help with some of the most basic, but sought after answers. Podcast sponsor: Marketing 360 is the #1 platform for small business and it's everything you need to grow your business. marketing360.com/riderflex #PeteBitar #CarlosSalaff #LEOFlight #theriderflexguide #theriderflexpodcast #podcast #interview #entrepreneur #ColoradoRecruitingFirm #TopExecutiveRecruitingFirm #staffingagency #recruitingfirm #Denver #Colorado #National #Riderflex --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/riderflex/support
On this inaugural episode of the weekly Defense & Aerospace Report's Air Power podcast, sponsored by GE Aerospace, co-hosts JJ Gertler and Vago Muradian analyze the big stories, including the plan by the US Air Force to retire its RC-26 reconnaissance aircraft fleet, lessons the Air Force can learn from the Navy in selling air power on Capitol Hill and beyond, implications of buying fewer F-35 Lighting II fighters each year but stretching the program out by a decade, the freeze on new F135 engine deliveries by maker Pratt & Whitney after an accident late last year at Lockheed Martin's production facility in Fort Worth, and Air Force Secretary Frank Kendall interest in stealthy tanker aircraft and how such a requirement could shape the service's air mobility fleet as leaders look to develop a new generation of transport aircraft.
Loïc Pochet, fondateur de Pochet Aerospace, était l'invité de François Sorel dans Tech & Co, ce lundi 16 janvier. Il est revenu sur le projet d'hydravion amphibie et de drone de surveillance de son entreprise sur BFM Business. Retrouvez l'émission du lundi au jeudi et réécoutez la en podcast.
Season 3 Opener with special guest Cheryl Costs: Cheryl was born male and changed genders in her mid-thirties, in the late 1980s, and was a noted high visibility Trans Activist of the 1980s thru 2011. She was one of the six people who coined the term Transgender. In male persona, she served in the United States Air Force from 1970- 72, with combat service in Vietnam as a telephone lineman. In male persona, she also served in the United States Navy in the Cold War Submarine Service from 1974-79 and from 1979-82 in the active Naval Reserve. In the Navy, she was a Sr. Electronic Warfare Specialist. During her professional career, she became a vocationally published and produced one act playwright, with over twenty titles to her name. Some of her plays have been produced internationally. She enjoyed a 32-year Aerospace industry career at Lockheed Martin. After she retired, she completed a bachelor's degree with the State University of New York at Empire State College in Entertainment Writing and Production. She's a three times published contributing mystery writer in the popular mystery anthology Adirondack Mysteries and Other Mountain Tales Vol 1, 2 & 3 compiled and edited by Dennis Webster. In her post-retirement, she pursued a vocational career, as a Columnist with the SyracuseNewTimes.com writing the blog-column, “New York Skies,” which was about UFOs (2013-2019). Both Cheryl and her wife Linda are considered respected UFO researchers with several groundbreaking books. Google NYT COSTA UFO “UFO Sightings Desk Reference: United States of America 2001-2015” “UFO Sightings Desk Reference: United States of America 2001-2020” “The UFO Beat” "UFO Scholar State Statistics Series" She was a staff writer for WICCA Magazine and a freelance writer for several other magazines. In 2021, she published “Magickal Musings of a Rogue Witch” a book about personal magickal practice and her life as WICCA clergy for 44 years. She spent seven years in Tibetan Orthodox Buddhist Monastic life and is an Ordained Tibetan Ngakma yogi. News: https://thehill.com/policy/national-security/3810976-number-of-reported-ufo-incidents-increasing-government-says/?fbclid=IwAR2HPj0RvpP6IWE3hmH4Gy24_0KS6EJ4Xg5xNX1HebFkdyV3j9AA61wS4pk Report your UFO sighting: https://mufon.com/ and https://nuforc.org/ Our Links: https://linktr.ee/mi.ufo.podcast Paypal: Donate via paypal: https://paypal.me/miufo Donate via Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/miufospep --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mi-ufo-sightings/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mi-ufo-sightings/support
Wake up America! Wake up America takes a journey across the world to discover what we need to do move our and world society to a new level of positive growth, peacefully , and a way that maximizes our diverse world societies. We are moving towards a nine billion citizen planet and we need a twenty first century refresh. The Oil and Gas dominated twentieth century society , much like the wood and coal based nineteenth century, needs to step up to a new paradigm. Since we dominantly have been trying to find the “best “ solution, it's time to enable all the “clean” alternatives. To accomplish this, we take over the Presidency and change direction. Wake Up America exhaustively finds that the major reality is a short-supply based past has changed to a plentiful harvest of clean energy, but now we face a Water crises. Our dominant multi-monopoly based Oil & Gas Cartels are not enabling change Therefore government leadership is needed. Wake UP America travels the world and concludes that enabling diverse refueling at the “pump” will allow society to set the direction. And I assure you, enabling citizens to choose will quickly set direction. The provision of service station tax credits will pay for itself because of the enormous tax incentives that fund the Oil and Gas industry “corporate welfare” payments. As energy direction changes so will the tax benefits of the providers. To not pursue this direction will result in loss of the energy leadership we possess, to the Chines, Indians, and Euros. This will make the USA a follower nation, financially, because Asia must solve the problem. OUR CHANGE will open up the entrepreneurship energy in our people and result in wide open GROWING markets. For the USA to overcome its twenty one trillion dollar tax deficit, the only way to EXPAND our economy is the increase the GDP, as well as avoid the obviously coming recession/depletion we are racing towards. Wake Up America We are 4.6 % of the world population and the world needs our leadership and participation. About the AuthorAfter a career in Technology management, including Aerospace and Finance, Charlie has engaged in literary efforts to change the World. Wake up America is his forth book, and engaged him because of the directionless path the world and the USA, in particular, is on. If the USA and the World continues the current path it has no other path than war and depression. Charlie has four sons of diverse ancestry.
On this Washington Roundtable episode of the Defense & Aerospace Report Podcast, sponsored by Bell, our guests are Dov Zakheim, PhD, former DoD comptroller, now with the Center for Strategic and International Studies, Dr. Patrick Cronin of the Hudson Institute, Jim Townsend, a former deputy assistant secretary of defense for Europe and NATO who is now with the Center for a New American Security and Michael Herson of American Defense International. Topics: — Potential defense budget impact of House Speaker Kevin McCarthy's promises to win the gavel as well as new committees and cardinal assignments — Whether Senate will follow House on everything from defunding the IRS to Pentagon spending — How the revelation of that classified documents were found at President Biden's former post-vice presidential office as well as his Delaware home will impact congressional political dynamics — After Washington, Paris and Berlin agree to equip Ukraine with armored fighting vehicles, Washington and London consider sending tanks to bolster Kyiv's capabilities — Claim by Russia's Wagner mercenary group to have taken the tiny Ukrainian town of Soledar, a claim Ukraine rejects — Vladimir Putin fires Gen. Sergey Surovikin, replacing him with Gen. Valery Gerasimov, chief of Russia's general staff — How the most muscular US and Allied approach in supporting Kyiv is being received in Beijing — Issues that are consuming Chinese leadership bandwidth aside from coping with a devastating covid infection and death rates — Japan's accelerating drive to improve its defense and deterrent capabilities, including building its own capabilities and working more closely with partners across the Indo-Pacific — Warning by the FBI of the role of Chinese police stations in areas with large Chinese populations whether in the United States or around the world — Suggestion by Seoul that it would consider developing nuclear weapons — What to expect from summit between Biden and Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida — National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan's comments in Mexico City that Washington is not making revival of the Iran nuclear deal a priority after Tehran's military support for Russia in its war on Ukraine
On episode 31, Micah and I discuss my trip up to Seattle where I attended the Seattle Aerospace BBQ, hosted by Jet City Star, Isaac Alexander. We also answer listener questions from Melissa and Jessica. Melissa wants to know if we will continue the show after I reach the 3 Million Mile goal. Jessica was wondering why so many women write in with questions and she wanted to know if I was on her Southwest flight from San Jose to Burbank. The flight attendants made an announcement that I was on the plane and going for 3 million miles on United. The announcement must have confused some of the passengers... why would someone going for 3 million miles on United be flying on Southwest. :-) But indeed, it was me! Listener Lu wanted to know if Micah and I were ever involved in a shutdown of the airspace, similar to what happened over the holidays and then again with the DOTs issues with the NOTAM system. Micah and I go on to talk about the Seattle Aerospace BBQ and my conversation with Jon Ostrower, aviation writer extraordinaire and publisher of the Air Current, an aviation news and commentary site. Prior to the BBQ, I was fortunate to walk around the Museum of Flight with Isaac Alexander. It was great fun having him talk about all the various aircraft and aviation history of the greater Seattle area. At the BBQ, I was fortunate enough to sit at the winning table of for the trivia contest. My fellow table mates were in the space industry... which helped a lot as I didn't know any of the space related questions. We won a big bag of SWAG (Stuff We All Get) and there weren't any fights over the very popular items. A great time was had by all and I hope to return next year. We close the show with the normal bloopers and then if you are interested, you can listen to the interviews I recorded at the BBQ with Isaac, Robin - the founder of Hype aviation, Nick - the founder of Jet Tip, and Dave Honan - a very talented plane spotter that shots some interesting subjects. Thanks once again to all of our listeners and especially our international listeners. Please write in and let us know how you found the show and why you listen. We love hearing from you!!! Opening music is provided by the Madalitso Youth Choir as they sing their Welcome Song, recorded at the lobby of The Royal Livingston Hotel in Zambia. We hope you enjoy the show!
On this episode of the DefAero Report Daily Podcast, sponsored by Bell, Vice Adm. Bill Galinis, USN, the commander of the Naval Sea Systems Command, discusses inflation, supply chain, attracting as well as training and retaining talent, the need for a national approach to building better technical trade skills, lessons from Russia's war on Ukraine, building better battle damage repair skills, increasing both public and private shipbuilding and repair capacity, incentivizing speed through better contracts, lessons from recent shipbuilding programs that will improve upcoming destroyer, cruiser, amphibious and submarine development programs; and the cohosts of the Cavas Ships podcast — our Contributing Editor Chris Cavas and our Producer Chris Servello — with a recap of the Surface Navy Association's national symposium and tradeshow with Defense & Aerospace Report Editor Vago Muradian. We are an SNA media partner and our coverage was sponsored by HII and GE Marine, a GE Aerospace company.
Bryan Goldstein, President- Analog Devices Federal and Vice President Aerospace and Defense Group at Analog Devices, Sean Darcy, Director Aerospace and Defense at BAE Systems, and Gary Lerude, Editor at Microwave Journal discuss their career paths and give some career advice with Pat Hindle, Media Director for Microwave Journal and Signal Integrity Journal plus give Gary a sendoff as he retires from the industry.
On this episode of the DefAero Report Daily Podcast, sponsored by Bell, Chris Kastner, the president and CEO of HII, discusses inflation pressures, supply chain, the impact of a full-year continuing resolution, recruiting as well as training and retaining top talent, working with the Navy to increase shipbuilding and maintenance capacity, how the company's new capabilities can help shape more innovative capabilities, how better contracts can drive better program outcomes, the outlook for shipbuilding as Congress prepares to increase its role in shaping fleet size, and lessons from past programs that can help shape more successful future destroyer, cruiser and amphibious ship programs with Defense & Aerospace Report Editor Vago Muradian.
On this episode of the DefAero Report Daily Podcast, sponsored by Bell, Byron Callan of the independent Washington research firm Capital Alpha Partners discusses the defense spending implications in the wake of Rep. Kevin McCarthy's, R-Calif., election as house speaker, the prospect of a year-long continuing resolution, the year ahead for defense contractors and Ukraine aid as well as the Russo-Ukrainian war, the need for more talent across commercial and defense industries to increase capacity, China, other issues to watch and a look at the week ahead with Defense & Aerospace Report Editor Vago Muradian.
Dealmaking slowed down in the second half of 2022, but the year ended with a bang. John Stack, Canaccord Genuity's head of U.S. aerospace and defense investment banking at in New York, joins Aviation Week's Joe Anselmo and Michael Bruno to share his insights. The 5th annual Aviation Week Network's A&D Mergers and Acquisitions conference takes place in Beverly Hills, California, on Jan. 30. Find out more and register here.
Recorded on 12/20/22 After experiencing the biggest decline in history, global air traffic is still well below pre-pandemic levels. While U.S. traffic is back, non-U.S. traffic has a long way to go to return to pre-pandemic levels. Add to that tight capacity, changed post-pandemic behaviors, and aircraft replacement demand factors, we see a strong case for better-than-appreciated airline revenue growth and a longer-than-typical commercial aerospace recovery. This episode features Helane Becker, Cowen senior research analyst for airlines, air freight, and aircraft leasing, and Cai Von Rumohr, Cowen senior analyst for aerospace, defense electronics & government services. Cowen's Thematic Outlook Podcast Series focuses on emerging growth and disruptive innovation and is hosted by Bill Bird, Cowen's Head of Thematic Content. For Disclosures, click here bit.ly/3cPHkNW
In this conversation we look at the increasingly important role of AI, data and digital tech in space. I am joined by Clint Crosier, who is a former United States Air Force major general and currently Director, Aerospace and Satellite Solutions, at AWS. We discuss the next frontier for human exploration and how we apply machine learning and edge computing on space stations, space crafts and satellites.
On this Washington Roundtable episode of the Defense & Aerospace Report Podcast, sponsored by Bell, our guests are Dov Zakheim, PhD, former DoD comptroller, now with the Center for Strategic and International Studies, Dr. Patrick Cronin of the Hudson Institute, Jim Townsend, a former deputy assistant secretary of defense for Europe and NATO who is now with the Center for a New American Security and Michael Herson of American Defense International. Topics: — National security implications of discord on Capitol Hill where on the second anniversary of the Jan. 6 insurrection, chaos reigns as Republicans are unable to select a House Speaker — How American political discord is being perceived by adversaries like Russia and China as well as allies in Europe and Asia — Outlook for Ukraine war as Biden administration expected to follow France and Germany in exporting armored vehicles to Kyiv — What to expect from the Ukraine war in the coming year, especially if news reports are confirmed that Vladimir Putin has fired a second general leading Russian operations — How Chinese leaders expect to weather up to a million covid fatalities during and in the wake of the Lunar New Year, and emerge economically stronger in 2023 — Update on increasing tensions between Seoul and Pyongyang over drone overflights and Japan's steps up its security game — Warning by top US lawmakers against diverting much-needed American submarine industrial capability on providing nuclear subs to Australia at the expense of US Navy's priority of one Columbia-class ballistic missile sub and two Virginia-class attack boats — A look at the big issues of 2023 — Whether Turkey and Azerbaijan will try to seize the southern tip of Armenia, a move that could precipitate a conclude involving Russia and Iran
These satellite constellations aim to provide connectivity for various markets and industries. However, there has been a shift in the market towards smaller, more affordable satellite options, known as small sats or small satellites. These small sats offer a cost-effective option for companies using satellite technology for IoT connectivity. In this episode of the IoT For All Podcast, Oscar Delgado, HEAD Aerospace, and Raghu Das, Aniara Spacecom LLC, join Ryan Chacon to discuss just this, plus various other topics centered around satellite IoTOscar Delgado is the IoT Sales & Business Development Director within HEAD AEROSPACE GROUP, focusing on IoT Business strategy and execution of the Sales plan of the Skywalker Space IoT constellation service (own Internet-of-Things (IoT) LEO constellation) and Business Development for Earth observation (E.O.) satellites business from HEAD AEROSPACE GROUP. He holds more than twenty-five years of experience in the international business development arena in the ICT sector, of which fifteen-year in the IIoT & SATIot Industry and the New Space sector last ten years. Before joining HEAD Aerospace, Oscar worked with SATIot and ICT for ORBCOMM (USA) / SKYWAVE (CANADA), TELDAT (SPAIN), DOMINION (SPAIN), MICROCITY (BRAZIL), ATOS ORIGIN (NETHERLANDS), acted as an independent consultant for QUECLINK, M3CORP, and ITO1 in Latin America Region. Sound knowledge of developing business in emerging markets in Energy, Telecommunication, Mining, Utilities (SmartGrid), Oil & Gas, Retail, Transportation, Banking, Industry, Government, and Services sectors. Oscar originally comes from Perú and holds a degree in Electronic & Electrical Engineering (UNIFEI/Brazil), a Master's degree (UNICAN/Spain) in Computer Science, a Master's in Business with China and Asia - Pacific (FUNIBER/Spain) – ongoing and Specialized (Perú) at Electricity Sector for Latin America. He has spoken at several international vertical events in Latin America, Europe, and ASIA.HEAD Aerospace is a one-stop-shop service provider with integrated access from multiple Earth observation (E.O.) satellite constellations to complex turnkey geospatial solutions. A global network of more than 120 partners accesses HEAD's centralized geodata hub of satellite imagery collected from more than 86 on-orbit satellites with image resolutions ranging from 0.3m to 1m, tri-stereo imaging, true-color night imaging, hyperspectral, video from space, C-Band, X-band, and L-Band SAR. By 2023, the E.O. constellation expects to be complete with 130+ satellites. The strategic partnership with Chinese satellite operators enables the supply of satellite imagery from Chinese sensors across the globe. These industry-leading satellites provide enormous capacity and monitoring capabilities due to frequent revisit times from the ever-growing number of sensors. A revisit capacity of 15 minutes is possible by our submeter resolution optical satellites from 56 in orbit in the morning now and every 15 minutes anywhere from 9 am to 5 pm or daily everywhere with 138 in the complete deployment of the Jilin-1 Constellation. Next to the E.O. business unit, HEAD operates its own Space-based Internet-of-Things constellation, Skywalker, with eight on-orbit satellites as part of the 48 satellites constellation plan in 2025. The Skywalker Constellation has a data collection capability from ground-based terminals every hour, down to a few minutes, depending on latitude. It also carries AIS, VDES, and ADS-B payloads for ship detection and airplane monitoring services. HEAD, with eight satellites in orbit, provides data collection at least six times a day worldwide, enabling immediate services to the market. HEAD has representation globally, with subsidiaries in France and the Netherlands and local employees on each continent.Raghu Das has spent his career building, operating, and investing in space-related businesses in privately held and publicly traded companies. Raghu currently serves as a Venture Partner at E2MC, where he analyzes and evaluates various investment opportunities in the space sector. Raghu also heads Aniara Spacecom LLC, a boutique space advisory company that serves an international client base, including Head Aerospace. Raghu has invested and played a strategic management role with several new space start-ups, including Astrome Technologies, supported and backed by the Indian Institute of Science. Raghu previously served as the co-founder of ProtoStar Limited, a company that owned and operated two geosynchronous satellites sold to Intelsat Ltd. and SES S.A. in 2010. Raghu was co-founder of Helios Wire Corporation, an S-Band IoT operator acquired by EchoStar Corporation in 2019. Raghu also founded Ramaspace, a Luxembourg-based company engaged in space mining exploration. From 1994 to 2003, Raghu held senior positions at Loral Space & Communications Ltd., including as Managing Director of Loral Skynet, Europe Middle East Africa (EMEA), and General Manager of Loral CyberStar, Indian Ocean Region. Raghu holds a degree in Engineering from Madras Institute of Technology, India, and a master's from George Washington University, USA.ANIARA is a consulting and advisory company specializing in Satellite and Satellite services focusing on Asia, the Middle East, Africa, and other emerging markets. ANIARA is an aggregator and distributor of capacity on various high-demand GEO and LEO satellites and provides turnkey solutions. Aniara has offices in the United States and India and continues to focus on the communications and high technology sectors. 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Lieutenant Colonel Theresa Long testified under the Military Whistleblower Protection Act that she had witnessed symptoms of myocarditis in pilots who received mRNA vaccines. The Army flight surgeon worried that pilots would begin dying while in flight. However, when she informed her superiors, Long says "my concerns were ignored." 「 LINKS FROM EPISODE: https://drdrew.com/12212022 」 "In one morning, I had to ground 3 out of 3 pilots due to vaccine injuries," Long said during a panel hosted by U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson. "The next day my patients were canceled, my charts were pulled for review, and I was told I would not be seeing acute patients anymore." Dr. Theresa Long also appeared in the film "Died Suddenly" to speak about the effects of mRNA vaccines, which she compared to "a bioweapon". ABOUT DR. THERESA LONG LTC Theresa M Long, MD, MPH, FS. has served in the US Army since 1991. She holds a BS in Neuroscience from the University of Texas at Austin and a medical doctorate from the University of Texas at Houston. She completed a residency in Aerospace and Occupational Medicine at the US Army School of Aviation. She holds a Masters of Public Health from the University of West Florida. She received specialty Military training in the medical management of biological and chemical casualties, medical effects of ionizing radiation, and also trained as an aviation safety officer, aircraft mishap investigator, and Army flight surgeon. 「 SPONSORED BY 」 • BIRCH GOLD - Don't let your savings lose value. You can own physical gold and silver in a tax-sheltered retirement account, and Birch Gold will help you do it. Claim your free, no obligation info kit from Birch Gold at https://birchgold.com/drew • GENUCEL - Using a proprietary base formulated by a pharmacist, Genucel has created skincare that can dramatically improve the appearance of facial redness and under-eye puffiness. Genucel uses clinical levels of botanical extracts in their cruelty-free, natural, made-in-the-USA line of products. Get 10% off with promo code DREW at https://genucel.com/drew 「 MEDICAL NOTE 」 The CDC states that COVID-19 vaccines are safe, effective, and reduce your risk of severe illness. Hundreds of millions of people have received a COVID-19 vaccine, and serious adverse reactions are uncommon. Dr. Drew is a board-certified physician and Dr. Kelly Victory is a board-certified emergency specialist. Portions of this program will examine countervailing views on important medical issues. You should always consult your personal physician before making any decisions about your health. 「 ABOUT the SHOW 」 Ask Dr. Drew is produced by Kaleb Nation (https://kalebnation.com) and Susan Pinsky (https://twitter.com/firstladyoflove). This show is for entertainment and/or informational purposes only, and is not a substitute for medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. 「 WITH DR. KELLY VICTORY 」 Dr. Kelly Victory MD is a board-certified trauma and emergency specialist with over 30 years of clinical experience. She served as CMO for Whole Health Management, delivering on-site healthcare services for Fortune 500 companies. She holds a BS from Duke University and her MD from the University of North Carolina. Follow her at https://earlycovidcare.org 「 GEAR PROVIDED BY 」 • BLUE MICS - Find your best sound at https://drdrew.com/blue • ELGATO - See how Elgato's lights transformed Dr. Drew's set: https://drdrew.com/sponsors/elgato/ 「 ABOUT DR. DREW 」 For over 30 years, Dr. Drew has answered questions and offered guidance to millions through popular shows like Celebrity Rehab (VH1), Dr. Drew On Call (HLN), Teen Mom OG (MTV), and the iconic radio show Loveline. Now, Dr. Drew is opening his phone lines to the world by streaming LIVE from his home studio. Watch all of Dr. Drew's latest shows at https://drdrew.tv
The show could use your support. www.paypal.me/strangerecon SOURCEShttps://www.flickr.com/photos/zaruka/with/27569878878/https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lockheed_X-7https://www.thedrive.com/the-war-zone/40933/quantum-radar-offers-no-benefits-to-the-military-say-pentagon-science-advisorshttp://www.military-today.com/missiles/burevestnik.htmhttps://www.thedrive.com/the-war-zone/navy-buys-xq-58a-valkyries-for-secretive-killer-drone-projecthttps://news.usni.org/2022/11/02/new-torpedo-tube-launched-drones-will-turn-u-s-attack-sub-fleet-into-uuv-motherships-says-navyhttps://space.skyrocket.de/doc_lau/pepp-aeroshell.htm
In this Making Leaders podcast, we hear from Chiara Cocchiara, Systems Operations Engineer for the European Organisation for the Exploitation of Meteorological Satellites (EUMETSAT). In her current role at EUMETSAT, she is responsible for operations preparation for future satellite missions with a particular focus on Earth Observation. Chiara manages the mission Reference Operations Plan and Handover Plan to Operations as part of this work. Since joining EUMETSAT, Chiara has held many different roles, each of which gained increased responsibilities over the previous role. She acted as the Launch and Early Operations Phase (LEOP) Service Manager for the launch of Metop-C satellites, a position in which she also needed to cover the work for a missing role in her team. Chiara initiated and led procurement of an improved solution for electronic logbooks for the Mission Control Center by writing up the requirements and analyzing the proposals from external contractors to determine the best fit technically and financially. She also wrote the requirements and oversaw development and implementation of the newest User Notification System at EUMETSAT. Chiara has a Master of Science degree in Aerospace, Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering from the Università di Bologna, a Master of Business Administration from the Rome Business School and is a graduate of the Space Economy Academy, and she is currently working on her PhD in Space Economy at the University of Palmero. She received a Promise Award from SSPI in 2022. Learn more about Chiara.
Mach Machine is on the mic. Originally manufacturing novices, Dan and Angela Olsen get into the details of high-volume part production. Hear why they confidently rely on Okuma's MB-5000HII for repeat production work in diecast, aerospace, and defense industries. https://www.okuma.com https://www.machmachine.com
Aerospace, innovation and sustainability with Dr. Susanne Svensdotter Top 100 LinkedIn women in aerospace and space. Susanne is a scientist and innovator, and in the episode, she discusses the future of aerospace and the innovative solutions she is working on! And It is a great pleasure to close the year hosting another changemaker from Warwick Business School! Stay tuned!
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How did a garbage can lead to an executive role with an aerospace company? How did matching cars lead to the love of his life?From being a 10-year-old entrepreneur, and a kid who struggled to read and write, to a highly successful aerospace executive, and now a pioneer in the podcasting space, Alex Sanfilippo has had quite the unexpected journey.With a brain that sees the world differently, Alex has found his way onto a path of tremendous success, but not without its bumps.This is Alex's story. CONNECT WITH ALEX: www.podpros.com CHECK OUT PODMATCH: https://podmatch.com/signup/coachjonmclernon CONNECT WITH COACH JON: NUTRITION: https://www.freedomnutritioncoach.com MENTORSHIP: https://www.jonmclernon.comYOUTUBE: https://freedomnutrition.rocks/YouTubeCRUSH YOUR CRAVINGS GUIDE: https://www.freedomnutritioncoach.com/book FREE 7-DAY CHALLENGE: https://www.freedomnutritioncoach.com/7-day-challengePODCAST: https://freedomnutrition.rocks/btba-podcast
What is a UFO? What is a UAP?Support is needed to keep this ship floating and sailing straight!www.paypal.me/strangerecon SOURCEShttp://www.spacecolorado.org/innovation/unmanned-aircraft-systems/ https://bst.aero/ https://www.usni.org/magazines/proceedings/2022/december/responding-drone-swarms-sea https://www.rand.org/blog/2020/04/a-short-history-of-chinas-fishing-militia-and-what.html https://www.autoevolution.com/news/cyclocar-a-fully-fledged-flying-car-comes-with-all-electric-drivetrain-in-2022-159497.html https://www.secretprojects.co.uk/threads/cyclogyros-aircraft.2837/ http://modelarchives.free.fr/Bestiaire/ChappeGyro_P/index.html #ufotwitter #ufo #uaptwitter #uap #paranormal #aerospace #aeroplane #conspiracy #army #navy #airforce #marines #spaceforce #NASA #space #coverup #esa #USA #ufology #unxnetwork #strangerecon #alienabduction #trippy #consciousness #thirdeye #boobs #twerk #gay #straight #queef
A massive aerospace corporation cancelled an order for 40,000 Oculus Quest VR headsets when they saw the technology in this video. In this very special TechFirst, I've received permission from TechBeach Retreat to share the first global unveiling of a technology called AirGlass from Mobeus HQ which, the founder Richie Etwaru says, is finally the Z-axis of tech: the depth to the horizontal and vertical of our flat screens. The most interesting part to me is that AR/VR/MR headsets are bulky and limiting. This potentially works right on every computer's screen in the world: no additional hardware needed. After Richie's demo of Airless 2, we chat about the consequences and uses of technology you can engage with physically, as well as get into some of the details of how it's made, including that it doesn't really touch the operating system but operates between the camera and the GPU in pretty much any computer. Links: Mobeus: https://mobeus.com TechFirst transcripts: https://johnkoetsier.com/category/tech-first/ Forbes columns: https://www.forbes.com/sites/johnkoetsier/ Full videos: https://www.youtube.com/c/johnkoetsier?sub_confirmation=1 Keep in touch: https://twitter.com/johnkoetsier
Bringing zero-emission commercial aircraft to market by 2035? That's just the beginning for one global aerospace pioneer. . Airbus has long designed, manufactured and delivered products and services for the commercial aircraft, helicopter, defense and space sectors. While the company is renowned for its exceptional aerospace solutions, they are also at the forefront of decarbonization and sustainable aviation. . Today, Airbus aircraft can operate on a 50% blend of sustainable biofuel made up of food and animal byproducts (think: leftover French fry grease). By 2030, that percentage will rise to 100%. Not only is Airbus promoting the use of sustainable biofuel in aviation, but they plan to move beyond biofuel with the creation of synthetic fuels that don't include petroleum, animal, food or agricultural byproducts. . While the move away from traditional fuel sources will take time, Airbus is dedicated to supporting the aviation industry and the world through decarbonization standards and innovations related to biofuel, hydrogen, electric flight, fleet renewal, climate monitoring and so much more. . For insight into the company's sustainable aviation strategy, we sat down with Amanda Simpson, Vice President, Research and Technology. Hear how Airbus is using its strength in innovation and strong partnerships to build better aircraft while protecting the environment for future generations. . We'd love to hear from you. Share your comments, questions and ideas for future topics and guests to email@example.com. Don't forget to take a moment to follow SAE Tomorrow Today—a podcast where we discuss emerging technology and trends in mobility with the leaders, innovators and strategists making it all happen—and give us a review on your preferred podcasting platform. . Follow SAE on LinkedIn, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube. Follow host Grayson Brulte on LinkedIn, Twitter, and Instagram.
On this Washington Roundtable episode of the Defense & Aerospace Report Podcast, sponsored by Bell, our guests are Dov Zakheim, PhD, former DoD comptroller, now with the Center for Strategic and International Studies, Dr. Patrick Cronin of the Hudson Institute, Jim Townsend, a former deputy assistant secretary of defense for Europe and NATO who is now with the Center for a New American Security and Michael Herson of American Defense International. Topics: — Congress goes down to the wire to approve $1.7 trillion appropriations measure to keep government from closing — What chaotic year-end process tells us about legislative year to come — Whether Ukrainian President Volodymr Zelenskyy's visit to Washington and powerful address to joint session of Congress will changer vector of US support for Kyiv in 2023 — How Russia's war on Ukraine has changed Washington, Europe and Aisa's approach toward strategic thinking and security — Why those who criticize Europe for not doing enough to support Ukraine are wrong — French President Emmanuel Macron's latest call for greater European security investment — Review of China's moves this year, including Beijing's escalation of rhetoric before Xi Jinping's coronation, and the charm offensive that followed — Reversal of China's covid policy and what it means for economic activity in the new year as many return to hometowns to celebrate lunar new year — Unraveling of Afghanistan and Iraq despite wars and US investment totaling more than $4 trillion and thousands of lives — Israel and Iran recap
Today, we have Author Aaron Good, join us to talk about the driving force behind the US foreign policy for the past 100 years. He talks about who the actors are, what actually occurs and what the end result is, in this extremely informative interview. 0:00:49 - Aaron Good's transition from working on the Obama Campaign to writing the book “American Exception” 0:03:36 - The impact of JFK and the unspeakable 0:04:41 - The US Empire being a mass criminal enterprise0:05:31 - Political Scientist with a skewed “Democracy Scale”0:05:59 - Hegemony0:06:29 - US Hegemony 07:26:15 - Deep Politics09:36:01 - Parapolitics 10:56:31 - Management of Savagery11:23:23 - Putin's Observation about lack of change in US policy across Presidents15:04 - Pax American Speech17:42 - The Nixon Ouster in a Different Light18:32 - “Every President since Reagan has basically been Reagan”19:27 - National Security State operates on a permanent state of exception21:11 - “Rules-Based International Order”22:19 - Propaganda and the National Security State26:03 - What is the “East India Company Point of View”?30:50- What is Higher Immorality?31:55 - Conundrum of Human CivilizationThe State Department Leak on AfghanistanThread on Morales39:56 - Concept of Permanent War42:12 - Aerospace crisis45:00 - The Dollar Gap 47:37 - Who Killed JFK?51:00 - A Brief History of Every US War Since then59:00 - the Trump Card for the Dollar HegemonyYou can find Aaron Good on Twitter Get full access to Historic.ly at www.historicly.net/subscribe
Aerospace entrepreneurs are pushing ahead with airtaxis for the Brisbane Olympics, reusable rockets and tree-spotting drones. That's despite their growing frustration with red tape, which spilled over at the recent Fieldays for farmers at Cambridge. Phil Pennington reports.
On this episode of the DefAero Report Daily Podcast, sponsored by Bell, Sam Bendett of the Center for Naval Analyses and Byron Callan of the independent Washington research firm Capital Alpha Partners with a year-end review of Russia's war on Ukraine, how the conflict has changed Washington and its allies, old lessons relearned, technologies that have changed the battlefield, the impact of sanctions on Russia's economy, how Moscow is benefitting from its partnerships with Iran, North Korea, China, India as well as other nations, developments in China, Japan and Iran, and a look at key business developments in 2022 including L3Harris' proposal to acquire Aerojet Rocketdyne with Defense & Aerospace Report Editor Vago Muradian.
On this Washington Roundtable episode of the Defense & Aerospace Report Podcast, sponsored by Bell, our guests are Dov Zakheim, PhD, former DoD comptroller, now with the Center for Strategic and International Studies, Dr. Patrick Cronin of the Hudson Institute, Jim Townsend, a former deputy assistant secretary of defense for Europe and NATO who is now with the Center for a New American Security and Michael Herson of American Defense International. Topics: — Analysis of the NDAA as Senate follows House in passing $858 billion measure that's $45 billion higher than Biden administration's request including increased spending for Navy, munitions and Ukraine as well as Taiwan assistance — Outlook for continuing resolution and omnibus — Update on Ukraine war as Russia steps up attacks on Ukrainian infrastructure and prepares not only defenses in occupied areas but plots offensive early next year in second, more competent effort to take the entire country — Whether Western nations appreciate the magnitude and focused efforts by Russia to learn lessons and play the long game to finish what it started in 2014 — Update on Indo-Pacific headlines including North Korea's latest missile test and the watershed nature of Japan's new national security and defense strategies — Why Washington needs to more openly share technology with its closest allies and partners — President Biden's summit with African nations and pledge to invest $55 billion in the content and whether jaded leaders are open to the latest effort by Washington to woo nations away from China and Russia
Researchers who are currently looking into inexplicable lights and objects in the sky are calling them unexplained aerial phenomena (UAPs), not unidentified flying objects (UFOs). Learn why in this episode of BrainStuff, based on this article: https://science.howstuffworks.com/space/aliens-ufos/uaps.htmSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We explore building a media brand to cover the business and policy of space. We're joined by Mo Islam, Payload's Co-Founder, who talks with us about becoming the number one resource for space industry news. We cover everything from lowering the costs of space travel to why we are in the middle of the next space race. “Very simply, we are living in the next space race, and it's going to have huge implications for the way we built technology, the way we spend dollars in military.” – Mo Islam EPISODE GUIDE (LINKS, QUOTES, NOTES, AND BOOKS MENTIONED) https://www.danielscrivner.com/notes/payload-mo-islam FULL TEXT TRANSCRIPT https://www.danielscrivner.com/notes/payload-mo-islam-transcript CHAPTERS This episode is our definitive guide to building a media brand to cover the business and policy of space. In it we cover: (00:00:00) – Introduction (00:02:36) – How Payload focuses on the business and policy of space (00:10:54) – How Elon Musk has changed the space race (00:15:17) – Aerospace and defense go hand in hand (00:18:11) – Earth imaging illuminates the atrocities of war (00:19:36) – We are living in the next space race (00:22:52) – SPACs and space (00:28:57) – How we'll move from government to commercial spending in space (00:33:11) – Reusable second stages and lowering the costs of space exploration (00:36:59) – What scaling Starlink could mean for space travel (00:39:40) – Launching a media brand and the importance of voice (00:43:32) – Making Payload the most important voice in the space discussion (00:51:49) – Learning from feedback and embracing boredom ABOUT MO ISLAM Mo Islam is the co-founder of Payload Space, which is building a media empire dedicated to covering the business and policy of space, as in outer space. We discovered Payload and immediately subscribed to their daily newsletter after it was recommended by Delian Asparouhov, co-founder of Varda Space Industries, in episode 71. We asked Delian what newsletters and websites he used to stay on top of everything going on in space, and he had only one answer: Payload Space. In this episode, we go deep on why we're at an inflection point when it comes to space and how that was unlocked, at least in the U.S., largely by SpaceX, which has brought down the price to get a unit of mass up to low Earth orbit by order of magnitude. We cover the outsized role the military and defense departments play as customers for space companies, ranging from Earth imaging to satellite manufacturing startups. We talk about the space companies that Mo thinks are the most underrated, as well as how Payload is building a media empire, starting with what Mo calls The Modern Homepage, which is their daily newsletter. We discuss how Payload crafted a compelling voice and editorial style in an old school and relatively stodgy industry, making space cool to read and learn about.
For this episode Ryan Maughan speaks to Dr Nabeel Shirazee who is the Global Chief Technology Officer of the electric drive system company ePropelled.Nabeel has been involved in the development of complex electromagnetic systems since completing his PhD in this field at Cardiff University in 1998. After more than 20 years working in electromagnetic systems development and consulting he merged his consultancy business ElectronicaUK with ePropelled and became the global CTO. ePropelled has several patented electric motor drive system technologies that bring benefits in performance and efficiency, based around their dynamic torque switching technology, where the coil winding configuration of the motor can be re-configured in operation to allow switching between different coil winding configurations.To find out more about Nabeel and the exciting work underway at ePropelled, check out this podcast.Nabeel Shirazee LinkedIn profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dr-nabeel-shirazee-beng-msc-phd-ceng-miet/ePropelled website: https://epropelled.com/Ryan Maughan LinkedIn profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ryan-maughan-a2893610/Ryan Maughan on Twitter: https://twitter.com/acexryaneTech49 website: https://www.etech49.comeTech Developments website: https://www.etechdevelopments.com
On this episode of the DefAero Report Daily Podcast, sponsored by Bell, Sam Bendett of the Center for Naval Analyses discusses the latest in Russia's war on Ukraine and Kyiv's momentum including long-range attacks on Russian airfields, Wagner Group's upcoming hackathon, move by Alma-Antey to copy Chinese racing drones for military use, and update on Turkish role in improving Azerbaijan's military and speculation regarding another offensive against Armenia while Moscow and Tehran are distracted; and Byron Callan of the independent Washington research firm Capital Alpha Partners discusses House NDAA, prospects in Senate, implications of delayed appropriations and live on prolonged continuing resolutions, rising contractor costs, and a look at the week ahead with Defense & Aerospace Report Editor Vago Muradian.
There are five generations working in aerospace, but the largest continues to exit en masse. New workers have new demands and expectations. Can aerospace companies meet them? KPMG reports on its survey findings in this sponsored podcast.
Bryan Goldstein, President- Analog Devices Federal and Vice President Aerospace and Defense Group at Analog Devices, and Sean Darcy, Director Aerospace and Defense at BAE, discuss various current issues and challenges facing the Aerospace and Defense Markets with Pat Hindle, Media Director for Microwave Journal and Signal Integrity Journal. In this second episode, they discuss the New Space market and how semiconductor companies are changing the paradigm by using screened plastic parts.
On this Washington Roundtable episode of the Defense & Aerospace Report Podcast, sponsored by Bell, our guests are Dov Zakheim, PhD, former DoD comptroller, now with the Center for Strategic and International Studies, Dr. Patrick Cronin of the Hudson Institute, Jim Townsend, a former deputy assistant secretary of defense for Europe and NATO who is now with the Center for a New American Security and Michael Herson of American Defense International. Topics: — House passes National Defense Authorization Act that's $45 billion higher than Biden administration request as all eyes on whether Senate will follow — Long-term impact on military discipline of reversing DoD's covid vaccination requirements that drove hundreds from uniform — Omnibus appropriations and debt ceiling talks stall raising fears of prolonged continuing resolution, and late 2023 borrowing limit battle — Senate power dynamic as Sen. Kirsten Sienama changes affiliation from Democrat to Independent — Turkey makes further demands in exchange for blessing Finland and Sweden's NATO membership — Analysis of Biden administration's decision to trade WNBA and Olympic star Brittney Griner for convicted arms merchant Viktor Bout — As America and France bolster their alliance, implications of Poland's demands Germany pay $1.3 trillion in World War II reparations — Beijing backtracks on strict covid lockdowns in the wake of unprecedented nationwide demonstrations — China strikes strategic partnership with Saudi Arabia as Riyadh embraces Huawei technology despite US pressure to shut Chinese 5G gear — Update on AUSMIN and AUKUS, and whether Japan might join pact that includes US, UK and Australia — Japan's decision to join British-led effort to develop Tempest next generation fighter that includes Italy and Sweden — Outlook for Iranian regime after violent demonstrations and suggestion morality police would be abolished — Binyamin Netanyahu shifts further right as be prepares his new Israeli government