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Anthony L. Velocci, Jr.

Anthony L. Velocci, Jr.
Opinion: Has Boeing Lost Its Way?  18
What aerospace companies can learn from the MAX crisis.
Who Will Be Left Behind From The Factory Of The Future?  7
Robotics and additive manufacturing are just two technological enablers of future aerospace manufacturing.
How To Prepare Aerospace Workers For Factory Of The Future  2
Dassault Systemes is working with Wichita State University to find the best ways to train and attract qualified personnel for future aerospace manufacturing.
Opinion: Risk And Failure Drive Innovation  15
Talent and technology innovation have shaped society’s past, and they will surely shape its future. But all stakeholders must understand what spawns innovation.
Are Aerospace CEOs Up To The Challenge?
The A&D industry faces momentous challenges
Montreal Focuses On Supplier Improvement 

Montreal and the surrounding province of Quebec are using a top-to-bottom approach of government and industry support to help their small and medium-size aerospace manufacturers be more competitive by innovating within the supply chain.

Showcasing Technology Innovation, Now And In The Future 

Few topics ignite our passion more than technology—its potential as a game-changer, its ability to capture the imagination, its champions, the ingenuity that goes into innovative products, and of course, the shape of things to come.

Scientists Speculate On Leaps In Technology

Nearly 150 years ago, when industrialists were finding new ways to harness steam power, visionary Jules Verne wrote a novel in which he described men journeying to the Moon in a capsule after taking off from a launch site not far from Cape Canaveral. The craft was nearly identical in size to the one that transported Apollo 11 astronauts to the Earth's nearest neighbor, and following its return voyage the capsule was recovered after splashing down in the ocean.

Workforce: Mixed Messages 

Key stakeholders in the long-term health of the Aerospace & Defense industry should be pleased to learn that some encouraging news came out of Aviation Week's 2011 annual workforce study. For example, voluntary attrition among young A&D professionals in 2010, which peaked at 22% in the prior year, fell to the single digits. To everyone's relief, a tidal wave of retirements forecast for the last several years did not materialize, thanks partly to a moribund economy.

Billson Details Ontic’s Business Strategy 

With numerous legacy commercial, civil and military aircraft in operation worldwide, continued support of these platforms is a critical part of the overall aviation marketplace. Ontic, part of BBA Aviation plc, is one of the fastest growing players in that field. Editor-in-Chief Anthony L. Velocci, Jr., recently sat down with Peg Billson, president of BBA Aviation Legacy Support, to talk about Ontic and its direction and business model.

Prospect Of NEO Order Onslaught Fails To Shake Boeing Chief 

Boeing Chairman, President and CEO Jim McNerney has no illusions about capturing the spotlight at this year's Paris air show. That will likely shine on rival Airbus, which is expected to announce more orders for its re-engined A320 narrowbody, dubbed the NEO (new engine option). Shortly before he left for the Paris air show, McNerney sat down in his office at Boeing's Chicago headquarters with AW&ST Editor-in-Chief Anthony L. Velocci, Jr., and Senior Business Editor Joseph C.

Scene-Setter To The 2011 Paris Air Show 

The 2011 Paris air show opens with its customary fanfare and high energy—an unbridled celebration of technology and collaboration worldwide—and the tens of thousands of aerospace industry professionals at Le Bourget brimming with confidence.

FLIR Systems $116,000 Oshkosh 101,000 Precision Castparts 81,000 Harris 66,000 Dassault Aviation 63,000
Oshkosh $735,000 EADS 498,000 Dassault Aviation 459,000 MTU Aero Engines 454,000 Rolls-Royce 445,000 Source: TPC database
Top-Performing Companies Study Delivers Richer Data Set Than Ever Before 

When the aerospace and defense industry entered 2011, executives could look back on the prior year and generally feel pretty good about how the sector did overall. Revenues were up modestly but still reached a new high, and profits were substantially greater.

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