Airrahe Ultralights Wed, 23 Nov 2022 15:05:41 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Airrahe Ultralights 32 32 Here are some tips before hitting the road this holiday season Wed, 23 Nov 2022 13:58:00 +0000 The Transportation Security Administration has said that if your flight departs around 6 or 7 a.m., you’ll see the longest lines at the airport.

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Residents near and far are hitting the road this holiday season, taking part in what experts are calling, “a journey of revenge.”

Many are fed up with being locked down and want to make up for their lack of travel during the pandemic this holiday season.

The Transportation Security Administration said that throughout the year it typically screens 2 million travelers each day, but during the holidays it expects to see up to 2.9 million travelers each day.

So how do you avoid the crowds and longer wait times?

Sarah McQuaide, spokeswoman for Columbus Airports, advises arriving early, at least 90 minutes before for domestic flights and at least two hours for international flights.

The TSA warns that if you have a flight that leaves around 6 or 7 a.m., you will see the longest lines at the airport.

“Another great tip would be to travel smart. Download your airline’s mobile app to check in, download a mobile boarding pass, and get status updates for your flights,” McQuaide said.

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Airport parking can also be very busy, but when it comes to getting to the airport, parking can be more affordable than car services. Columbus Airport also has a new in-garage detailing service that allows visitors to have their cars cleaned during their trip.

Are you planning to travel by car? Here are some tips to stay safe.

Whether you’re crossing the state or heading to the next town, the Ohio State Highway Patrol suggested you follow the three Ps, “Planning, Preparation, and Patience.”

“Make sure your vehicle is fully equipped, all fluids are topped up, your windshield wipers are working, your headlights are working, your vehicle is equipped for long trips,” OSHP Sgt. Tyler Ross said.

Travelers are also suggested to avoid rush hours and plan for variables on the road.

“Make sure you give yourself plenty of time to adjust to a crash or inclement weather, make sure you give yourself plenty of time to get to and from your destination,” Ross said.

Most importantly, experts say to have patience and not drive distracted.

“Pay attention to the roads ahead, don’t follow the vehicle in front of you too closely, and give yourself plenty of time to react to the vehicle or any accidents or work areas ahead of you,” Ross said.

According to the Ohio Department of Transportation, most work areas are complete for the year, but there are still crews on the road.

“We are working to reduce barrels and reduce barrels and open as many lanes as possible through these work areas knowing that we are going to have all this additional traffic,” said Matt Bruning, spokesperson for ODOT. .

There will be more soldiers on the road before the holidays, and they expect more drivers to be drunk the night before Thanksgiving.

“Just be sure to designate a sober driver, use a carpool program if you can, or stay the night if that’s an option,” Ross said.

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Vinod Bhat, Vistara, CIO News, AND CIO Wed, 23 Nov 2022 02:15:00 +0000 Vistara will become the first Indian airline to implement an E-Tech logbook solution and eliminate paper in its operations. On Vistara flights, the company will completely replace the paper aircraft technical log, cabin log, journey log, damage log and fuel log with an electronic certificate of release to service (e-CRS) valid. The airline is now awaiting the necessary approvals from the competent authorities, before assimilating this solution into its operations.

In an interview, Vinod Bhat, Chief Information Officer, Vistara, talks in detail about the ETech logbook, as well as other new technology implementations in the airline.

  • How will this E-Tech logbook solution impact your operational efficiency?

At Vistara, we remain committed to constantly improving the operational efficiency of all processes through automation and have strived to invest in the right technologies to achieve this goal.

Vistara will become the first Indian airline to implement an E-tech logbook in partnership with ULTRAMAIN ELB. This E-Tech solution will not only improve operational efficiency, but will also allow us to go paperless in our operations, which is one more step towards ensuring a sustainable and environmentally friendly process. Currently in its airborne phase, the E-Tech logbook will completely replace the aircraft’s paper systems such as technical logs, cabin logs, journey logs, damage logs, fuel log, etc. . by a validated e-CRS on flights operated by Vistara. The ELB app will be used by flight crew, cabin crew as well as engineers on iOS devices to provide integrated workflows with Vistara’s maintenance and operations systems.

The logbook will enable accurate, real-time, global operational visibility of the entire Vistara fleet for efficient maintenance, greater dispatch reliability and increased aircraft utilization. In addition, Vistara will utilize ELB’s fuel/oil functions, which provide real-time fueling documentation information using ULTRAMAIN’s electronic signature capabilities.

  • How can CIOs implement new technologies such as AI, ML, Big Data, etc. for increased operational efficiency?

Technologies such as AI, ML, Big Data, etc. are indeed transforming airline operations today. There are several use cases in the aerospace industry that leverage Industry 4.0 technologies such as Cloud, Big Data, AI, ML, IoT, and automation to improve operations as well as the customer experience through offers tailored to customer needs.

By analyzing data trends, AI and Big Data help airlines make proactive decisions related to flight planning, flight operations, ground services, customer engagement, engineering aeronautics, flight safety, etc.

AI and ML leverage multiple data sources to accurately estimate market demand and generate dynamic real-time prices accordingly. In the aviation industry, they are also instrumental in understanding the amount of fuel needed based on load factor, managing fuel costs and eventually the carbon emissions of each flight. AI and ML also help provide timely maintenance and condition monitoring of aircraft, helping technicians identify potential problems that can be fixed before they arise. These technologies also provide real-time updates to customers regarding flight delays, disruptions, etc.

The deployment of cutting-edge biometric and IT technologies for a seamless travel experience and the use of chatbots to provide instant assistance to customers are a few examples visible to external audiences.

We are committed to providing a seamless flight experience for our passengers and we continue to leverage these technologies to their fullest potential.

  • How do you use the cloud to gain agility and efficiency? How important is a cloud-based IT operations management system?

At Vistara, we understood the phenomenal potential of the cloud from the very beginning. With all of our application landscapes, servers and platforms in the cloud, we are one of the few airlines in the world to have a 100% cloud computing infrastructure which has helped us stay agile and operate in the face of fluctuations. demand during the pandemic. Additionally, the cloud has the ability to launch new workloads while ensuring profitability. At Vistara, we have adopted a multi-cloud environment, that is, we do not use a single cloud system, but multiple types of cloud systems to ensure workload optimization. We are further improving cloud security by streamlining tools and putting the right controls in place, with a focus on zero trust (ZTNA) and the secure access service edge (SASE).

  • What steps have you taken to prevent cloud breaches? Can you share some best practices in this regard?

The cloud has become essential for storing corporate data; however, securing data against cloud breaches is equally essential. Organizations should review cloud access/governance policies, tools, encryption, and security controls. Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB) and Cloud Security Posture Management (CSPM) help closely monitor data, logs, threat detection and response, and misconfigurations in the infrastructure so actions can be taken more proactively. Network micro-segmentation ensures that your network is accessible to limited networks and devices, potentially reducing the risk of a breach.

Additionally, training employees and actively engaging the entire organization to understand potential risks and preventing cloud breaches should be the top priority for companies looking to rely on this system for the long term. . Informed employees are more likely to identify threats and prevent potential breaches.

  • What are the main digital trends or new technologies that CIOs and CISOs see emerging in the aeronautics industry?

Every year, we see the adoption of several new cutting-edge technologies aimed at improving data and cybersecurity compliance; customer experience through immersive technologies; data-driven predictive decisions; and connected and automated operations in industry. Technologies such as biometric facial recognition, QR codes, smart cameras, and AI-backed robotics and big data analytics will eventually be able to help customers throughout their journey without having to physically interact with them. a person or an area.

IoT technology is also changing the aviation industry in several ways. IoT sensors support continuous monitoring of in-flight aircraft systems to create more efficient predictive and preventive maintenance, resulting in fewer failures and more reliable and efficient operations, and their use will be increased in the near future. We will also see increased use of computer vision powered by high 5G bandwidth, supported by edge computing.

We will also see greater use of blockchain in aviation to help track customer baggage and cargo, improve passenger identity verification, automated payments, loyalty programs, and more.

In line with the global aviation industry’s commitment to achieve net zero by 2050, airlines will increasingly invest in technologies that help reduce their carbon footprint and ensure sustainable operations.

  • What scope of metaverse do you see for the aviation industry in the years to come?

There are several use cases for the metaverse in the aviation industry. It can help aviation in four main areas:

Client experience – Metaverse-related technologies such as Augmented/Virtual/Mixed/Extended Reality (AR/VR/MR/XR) can further enhance the customer experience by visualizing seat topology inside the flight, exploring new tourist destinations, food and in-flight entertainment.

Training and Simulation – Technologies like AR and VR help bring the complex environment of an aircraft to life. Virtual reality can be programmed to create various scenarios while flying an aircraft, allowing trainee pilots to practice in a near real-life environment.

Maintenance, repair and operation (MRO) engineering – Metaverse can help airlines improve design engineering by collaborating with digital platforms and digital twins. The engineering team can use these technologies to learn more about technical faults and issues in order to correct them in time, thus ensuring smooth and fast operations.

Operations – By visualizing bottlenecks in aviation value chain processes, operations can be made more efficient and can help save resources, time and effort.

Utah to make off-road vehicle education mandatory in 2023 Mon, 21 Nov 2022 22:30:52 +0000 Beginning in February 2023, anyone operating an off-road vehicle (ORV) on public lands in Utah will be required to complete a mandatory online training program. Intended to reduce conflicts between ORV users and residents and to reduce environmental impacts, the course should last 30 minutes or less and will be offered free of charge. …]]> “],”renderIntial”:true,”wordCount”:350}”>

Beginning in February 2023, anyone operating an off-road vehicle (ORV) on public lands in Utah will be required to complete a mandatory online training program. Intended to reduce conflicts between ORV users and residents and to reduce environmental impacts, the course should last 30 minutes or less and will be offered free of charge. If successful, this program could serve as a model for other states.

“It should knock out 90% of bad behavior,” says Nena Barlow, who operates a popular 4×4 training school and Jeep rental service in Moab, Utah, and several other states.

OHV use is booming, and Utah is a popular destination for cyclists. This brings economic benefits—towns like Moab rely on tourist money—but also creates conflict. Barlow says visitors “who just want to let loose” may not know that some of the area’s popular trails pass through or are near residential communities. Complaints about noise and irresponsible driving are common. And visitors may not understand that they are operating ORVs on a network of trails rather than a free-for-all ORV park. This can lead to environmental degradation as cyclists venture across the country, through fragile soils and desert vegetation.

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The requirement was created earlier this year through Utah House Bill 180 and goes into effect February 1, 2023; the course will be available on January 1st. The program is under development, but state officials say it will be based on voluntary information currently available. A YouTube video uploaded by the state’s Sand Flats Recreation Area (embedded below) is offered by the state as an example of the type of material that will be included. It covers basic safety tips, advice on legal requirements for using an ORV on public roads, packing trash and why off-trail riding harms the environment. A pre-existing under-18 course will still focus primarily on teaching young drivers the technical skills they need to operate a vehicle safely.

Barlow says the program is also a chance to help clear up confusion about the different types of ORVs and which trails each can use. The requirement will apply to Class I, II and III OHVs – quads, side-by-sides and buggies – and dirt bikes. It will not be required for 4x4s registered as normal road vehicles. In Utah, all of these examples can be registered for highway use if they are insured for it and meet the technical requirements. Trails that may be accessible for a side by side may be too narrow for a normal 4×4.

HB 180—the law creating this requirement—includes a provision for penalties if an endorsement fails to show proof of completion. The state has yet to define what that evidence might entail. Drivers who do not take the required course before operating their vehicles on public lands, or people who venture off the beaten path, could be required to complete public service hours, repair such damages and work otherwise for the benefit of legal uses of ORVs.

Due to the popularity of ORV use in the state, Utah officials are optimistic about the number of people this mandatory requirement will reach, telling the Moab Times – Independent the number should be “several hundred thousand users”. Once completed, the certification will remain valid for the lifetime of the user.

Barlow says she hopes the mandatory training program will help the vast majority of ORV drivers understand the best ways to recreate responsibly and why it’s important to do so. Utah is unique in the number of miles of trails it offers and the accessibility of those trails. But like any state, the most common solution to irresponsible use is to simply close these trails. Access to 437 miles of OHV trails near Moab is currently under threat.

What if people don’t like the idea of ​​completing the course or being penalized if they don’t? “I hope they just go somewhere else,” Barlow said.

Punjab Engineering College hands over ‘Kanpur 1’ aircraft to IAF Heritage Center Mon, 21 Nov 2022 14:53:31 +0000

The Indian Air Force (IAF) Heritage Center being set up here on Monday received the locally designed and built ”Kanpur-1” aircraft which had been on display at the Punjab Engineering College since 1967.

This rare single-engine machine was designed and built by the late Air Vice Marshal Harjinder Singh in 1958.

A handover ceremony for this indigenous machine was held at the PEC Aeronautical Engineering Division, a defense statement said here.

The aircraft was received by Air Marshal R Radhish, Western Air Command Headquarters, from Baldev Setia, PEC Director, the statement said. The vintage queen aircraft was donated to PEC by Harjinder Singh in 1967 and shares a strong connection to aviation heritage. The Kanpur-1 will be displayed along with other aircraft at the IAF Heritage Center in Sector 18 here, he said. According to the statement, the aircraft is a testimony to be considered as a moment of glory for future generations to understand the importance of autonomy, innovation and the dream of “Make in India”.

The IAF Heritage Center Kanpur-1 aircraft will not only retain heritage values ​​but also establish a strong relationship between the Punjab Engineering College and the Indian Air Force, the Air Marshal said Radish. Chandigarh Territory Administrator Banwari Lal Purohit and Air Chief Marshal VR Chaudhari, Chief of Air Staff, according to the statement.

The IAF Heritage Centre, Chandigarh will include artifacts, simulators and interactive boards, to highlight the different facets of the IAF. It will highlight the important role played by the IAF in humanitarian aid, disaster relief, alongside war. It will also house various vintage aircraft. The Heritage Center will go a long way in motivating and inspiring young people to join the IAF as a dream career, he said.

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Hit the road for Thanksgiving? Prepare with these tips Sat, 19 Nov 2022 18:19:00 +0000

PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) — Thanksgiving travel traffic is expected to reach pre-pandemic levels, with most people driving instead of flying.

According to AAA, 54.6 million people plan to travel about 80 km or more, which is a 1.5% increase from 2021. Here are some safety tips for your upcoming vacation trips, so you don’t stay not stuck or blocked. this season, as neighborhood auto repair professionals suggest.


  • Check out those front, rear and turn signal lights!

Windscreen wipers

  • Make sure your windshield wipers are in good condition, so you don’t get streaks on your windshield
  • Make sure you have a full reservoir of wiper fluid with solvent if you plan to go into cooler areas where there may be ice or frost on your windshield.


  • The life of a car battery in Arizona is about 3 years, so be sure to at least have it checked or replaced.


  • When temperatures drop, the tire pressure warning light will likely come on. Make sure your tires are nice and full!
  • Research from the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration found that due to heat, tires tend to age faster. Cracks, bulges and worn tread can create serious problems


  • Valley summer and monsoon go hand in hand, forcing dust, debris, and all sorts of other dirt through your car’s air filters.
  • Remember to clean them to improve your fuel efficiency, the breathing quality of your vehicle and the smell of your car

Cold weather and snow

  • Check the quality of your snow chains. Are your tire chains in good condition?
  • Test the air of your spare tire
  • If you have a four-wheel-drive vehicle that you haven’t used in the summer, make sure it engages and disengages and that other drivers in your home know how to use it.
  • To prevent freezing, aim for a 50-50 mix of antifreeze (coolant) and water in your radiator.
  • Consider having your coolant levels, pH balance, and electrolysis of your vehicle professionally checked.
  • Check your gas and keep it full of quality gasoline so your gas lines don’t freeze.

Once you’ve taken care of your car’s maintenance for the season, don’t forget to pack a few emergency/survival essentials in case something goes wrong on your trip. It never hurts to be prepared.

  • Blanket, boots, gloves and additional clothing
  • Mobile phone, charging cable and backup power supply
  • Extra water and food, including hard candy
  • Ice scraper and shovel
  • Flashlight with new batteries
  • Flares and/or reflectors
  • Jumper cables
  • Pressure gauge, spare wheel and tire changing equipment
  • First aid kit
  • A bag of sand, salt, or non-clumping kitty litter for traction if the tires get stuck in the snow.

With inflation, we would all like to save a little money when it comes to the fuel and fuel efficiency of our vehicles. Some expert advice on the best way to maximize your gallons would be to slow down, avoid sudden starts and stops, clean your car of unnecessary weight, check your air filters, turn off your engine when you’re parked, use your cruise control as often as possible, check your tires when refueling and stay as up to date as possible on your car’s maintenance, so you are aware of any vehicle issues.

jetsetgo: Delhi booze scam: JetSetGo claims its planes were not used to carry cash or booze Sat, 19 Nov 2022 06:04:00 +0000 JetSetGo owner Kanika Tekriwal Reddy said on Saturday his planes were not used to transport cash or alcohol, amid reports that the chartered flight service provider’s planes were involved in the alleged Delhi liquor scam. Reddy is the wife of Sarath Chandra Reddy, a director of Aurobindo Pharma who is now in the custody of the Directorate of Law Enforcement for her alleged involvement in the scam. Sarath Chandra Reddy is said to be one of the go-betweens for bribes given to Delhi government officials and politicians.

“I strongly condemn these reports which have made baseless allegations of the use of our company’s aircraft in the alcohol scam,” Kanika said in a statement on Saturday.

She also claimed her husband was innocent and there was no evidence of his involvement.

According to reports, the Directorate of Law Enforcement (ED) has asked the company to provide details of its fleet’s flights over the past few months as it suspects an airborne money transfer. JetSetGo Aviation Services Private Limited (JetSetGo) also said its senior management and board are aware of recent media coverage and speculation regarding the use of the company’s flight services.

“While recent speculation based on hearsay is completely unwarranted and baseless, we are happy to answer any legitimate questions regarding JetSetGo’s operations,” the statement read.

The CBI and ED are investigating whether the Delhi government’s excise policy, which has now been scrapped, was designed to provide undue and illegal favors to liquor manufacturers and distributors at the expense of the public purse.

The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has registered an FIR against the accused as well as some officials and agents of the Excise Department, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia and others involved in the case.

Expression of interest for the open airport compound: Bega Valley Fri, 18 Nov 2022 06:14:00 +0000

The Bega Valley Shire Council is calling for expressions of interest from airport or aviation-related businesses to locate in the new Merimbula General Aviation District.

Project Services Manager Daniel Djikic said the recently completed first stage of the enclosure is now ready for a wide range of aviation-related businesses.

“The neighborhood offers a flexible design to adapt to a wide range of uses,” Mr. Djikic said.

“This can range from light aircraft owners wishing to rent a parking space for their aircraft to larger commercial operations requiring the construction of hangars.

“Given its location on one of Australia’s most beautiful coastlines, it would also be the perfect opportunity to expand the aviation services currently offered to our growing tourism industry.

“With approximately 60,000 passengers passing through Merimbula Airport each year; this is a golden opportunity to establish a business in a prime location with full access to airport aprons and taxiways.

“We are opening doors to facilitate discussion of the many uses the site can accommodate, starting with an expression of interest and moving later to a request for proposals.

“We have staff ready to discuss your ideas, so don’t hesitate to contact us if you need advice or have any questions.”

For more information and to submit an Expression of Interest, visit the Council’s Supplier Panel webpage.

Expressions of interest must be submitted by December 14.

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Chinese spy gets 20 years in US prison — Radio Free Asia Thu, 17 Nov 2022 18:52:59 +0000

A Chinese intelligence official convicted of industrial espionage for theft of trade secrets in the aviation industry was sentenced to 20 years in federal prison by an Ohio court on Wednesday.

Xu Yanjun, 42, was an official in China’s Ministry of State Security and became the first Chinese spy to be extradited in the United States after his arrest in Belgium in 2018.

A jury Last year found Xu guilty of attempting to steal designs for an Ohio-based GE Aviation engine fan. Justice Department officials said it was part of an organized effort by Beijing to “modernize” its own economy by stealing American technology.

In addition to seeking to steal trade secrets and recruit employees from the US aviation industry, Xu also “recruited employees to go to China and solicited their proprietary information, all on behalf of the People’s Republic government. of China”, according to A declaration released Wednesday by the Department of Justice.

“This case is just the latest example of the Chinese government’s continued attacks on American economic security — and, by extension, our national security,” FBI Director Christopher Wray said, adding that Xu was part of a plan. wider.

“The Chinese government has assigned an officer in its spy service to steal US trade secrets so that it can advance its own commercial and military aviation efforts at the expense of an American company. This brazen action shows that the Chinese government will stop at nothing to bankrupt our companies. »

Xu had worked as a spy since 2003, the statement noted, and had targeted the aviation sector since December 2013.

Xu’s sentencing comes amid an ongoing US campaign to target industrial espionage by Beijing, with two spies arrested last month after seeking information to help defend Chinese telecom giant Huawei in a similar trade secret case.

Mac grad’s robotic arm gives students a chance to solve tomorrow’s problems Wed, 16 Nov 2022 16:35:26 +0000 Michael Jobity, a graduate of the McMaster Engineering, Physics and Management program, is the president of Jetson Infinity, a company that offers easily programmable robotic arms that can be used for educational and prototyping purposes.

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Much of what you need to know about the robotic arm launched by Michael Jobity can be learned from the name of his company – Jetson Infinity.

It’s futuristic, a bit like The Jetsonsthe 1960s animated television sitcom set in the year 2062 (featuring flying cars, innovative gadgets and robotic contraptions.)

And its applications are endless.

Need an automated electric vehicle to charge? Why not create a demo with the robotic arm that could show how robotics could be used to connect the car to the charging port?

Jetson Infinity offers easily programmable robotic arms that can be used for educational and prototyping purposes. (Image courtesy of Jetson Infinity).

Have another futuristic problem? Jobity says whether you’re a school-age kid, new to coding, or an expert, Jetson Infinity and its robotic arm can help you find a solution.

“Essentially, it’s a general-purpose robotic arm that can be used for a multitude of different applications,” says Jobity. “You basically plug it into your laptop and then you’re good to go.”

It uses python, a general purpose, universally accepted programming language that is well suited for those just learning to code, says the entrepreneur.

The graduate of McMaster’s Engineering, Physics and Management program created the Robotic Arms product line in response to a growing demand for educational tools to help children learn coding and develop engineering skills.

Once a student has the robotic arm, they can plug it into their laptop, download apps – or create their own app – and use this robotic arm to start solving everyday problems.

Real world problems

Beyond simply supplying the arm, Jetson Infinity works with customers to help integrate it into existing curriculum or to collaboratively develop educational modules where the arm can be used in control systems, coding algorithms , creative design and robotics.

Jobity points to one such collaboration as a time when it realized the global impact the robotic arm could have.

Jetson Infinity is working with Arizona State University and a STEM company in South Africa to use the robotic arm to teach Johannesburg students how to code, says Jobity.

“We have weekly meetings with a coordinator. He was talking about smart cities, how Johannesburg is focusing on smart cities and how they’re trying to alleviate traffic,” says Jobity.

“I was like, ‘oh my God, these are real-world issues he’s describing. And we’re going to be able to teach these kids and open up a challenge for them where, at the end of the day, they can use their knowledge and apply it to a prevalent issue in their city.


This robotic innovation concept ties into another technology Jobity helped develop – an automated hands-free guitar tuning stand named 2unify (pronounced tune-if-eye).

An acoustic guitar resting on a stand with mechanical pegs.  The '2unify' logo is in the top right corner.
2unify, an automated hands-free guitar tuning stand. (Photo courtesy of Michael Jobity).

The innovation, which mechanically tunes the pegs of a guitar, grew out of a year-end project that the then physics student tackled with a group of his peers.

2unify even landed the band on the Canadian version of the reality show dragon’s lair, where entrepreneurs pitch their ideas to a group of venture capitalists in hopes of securing funding and business partnerships.

Jobity says the memorable experience proved to him the value of the business skills he learned during his time at McMaster – particularly through the support the group received from Forgea business incubator funded by McMaster.

“They gave us a standing ovation after our presentation. So that was really great,” says Jobity.

Jobity returned to The Forge for help in growing Jetson Infinity and says the team has been instrumental in guiding the company, from resolving manufacturing issues to developing patents, through to the acquisition of storytelling skills.

“The network and resources are really strong. And they’re really keen on supporting young entrepreneurs,” says Jobity. “I’m truly grateful for everything The Forge does.”

Addition to toolset

The Jetson Infinity robotic arm is present in 15 schools in the United States and used in three universities and five companies, explains Jobity. He hopes to see that total number grow to 100 within a year.

He says he sees great potential for growth as more education funding goes into STEM (science, technology, engineering and math). He also likes the idea of ​​waiting to see what a new generation of thinkers come up with.

“My ultimate goal is to have a student develop breakthrough technology,” says Jobity. “And when they’re asked, ‘so when were you inspired by that?’ They’ll say, “Oh, I had a Jetson infinite arm.”

Breakthrough technology aside – the young entrepreneur says the main goal is to give students a tool that will reduce barriers to the world of technology.

“It helps students simply add another resource to their tool set,” says Jobity. “You have a ruler, a pencil case, a manual, a robotic arm, right? It sounds pretty funny, but I think it creates a pretty exciting future.

According to CMi, the global aircraft seating market size, forecast, analysis and share will exceed US$9.25 billion by 2030 at a CAGR of 17% Wed, 16 Nov 2022 05:19:00 +0000

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Aircraft Seating Market was 6.94 Billion US$ in 2021 and is projected to reach approximately 9.25 Billion US$ by 2030, growing at a CAGR of 17% from 2022-2030.

Global Aircraft Seating Market was estimated at USD 6.94 Billion in 2021 and is projected to reach around USD 9.25 Billion by 2030, growing at a CAGR of around 17% between 2022 and 2030. »

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SANDY, UTAH, USA, November 15, 2022 / — According to the study, the Global aircraft seat market was estimated at USD 6.94 billion in 2021 and is projected to reach around USD 9.25 billion by 2030, growing at a CAGR of around 17% between 2022 and 2030.

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The growing demand for advanced seating options for aircraft, but the major market players are helping the market to record considerable revenue over the period. The use of advanced materials in the manufacture of aircraft seats helps provide a premium experience for potential consumers. Various cutting-edge technologies, such as 16G and 21G, have boosted potential consumer demand for airplane seats. Moreover, the large number of people who regularly travel by plane for business and occasional trips has greatly increased the demand for airline seats.

Aircraft Seats Market: Growth Drivers

Growing demand for advanced facilities and technologies with seating options in airplanes has boosted the market significantly. The growing demand for in-flight connectivity and entertainment has increased the demand for advanced electrical components, providing potential consumers with a premium facility during their journey. The massive number of people opting for airplanes traveling around the world has become a major driving force for the airplane seat market. The increase in disposable income available to the population has also increased the number of passengers traveling daily by air.

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A) According to the analysis shared by our research analyst, the aircraft seat market is expected to grow annually at a CAGR of around 17% over the forecast period (2022-2030).
B) In terms of revenue, Aircraft Seats Market was valued at around USD 6.94 Billion in 2021 and is projected to reach USD 9.25 Billion by 2030. Due to various driving factors, the market is expected to grow at a significant rhythm.
C) Rising fuel prices have been a major restraining factor for the growth of the aviation industry. The profits of the aeronautical industry are not enormous; hence, the market suffers a huge loss. Lack of advanced infrastructure and aircraft design is another factor limiting the growth of the market.
D) Growing demand for aviation facilities among developing countries has emerged as a significant opportunity for the aircraft seat market which is expected to grow in the future. The huge number of people opting for air travel has emerged as a significant growth factor for the market.
E) The aviation industry faces challenges in profit and economy. Moreover, the rules and regulations imposed by the government through taxes have largely hindered the growth of the market.

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Regional landscape

The North America region has emerged as the major market segment for recent advancements in technology, which has witnessed massive demand from potential consumers. The major manufacturers in the aircraft seat market in this region also emerged as a significant growth factor, contributing to the need to register considerable revenue over the period. Advanced seating options, which have been introduced to the North American market, have helped manufacturers earn significant revenue over time.

Europe has also become one of the largest markets for advanced seating options in the aircraft segment, which has boosted the economy significantly. Potential consumers demanded structurally advanced seating positions for their high shock absorption characteristics. Additionally, potential consumers are demanding modern designs in this region, contributing to the growth of the market. A higher CAGR was expected in the Asia-Pacific region due to the growing demand for modern facilities. Also, increasing disposable income of people is helping them to opt for aviation industry for travel, which helps to boost the aircraft seat market significantly.

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Aviointeriors SpA
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Acro Aircraft Seating Ltd
Airbus S.A.S.
Jamco Corporation
Raytheon Technologies Corporation
Swire Pacific Limited
China Aviation Industry Corporation, Ltd.
Recaro Aircraft Seating GmbH & CO. KG

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The Aircraft Seats Market is segmented as follows:

By aircraft type

Regional aircraft
Commercial aircraft
Business aircraft
transport aircraft

By class

Superior economy class
Economy class
First class
Business class

By seat type

16G seats
9G seats
21G seats

By component

Electrical connections

Per end user

Secondary market

By geography

North America

United States
Great Britain
The rest of Europe

Asia Pacific

South Korea
Rest of Asia-Pacific

Latin America

Rest of Latin America
Middle East and Africa
North Africa
South Africa
Rest of the Middle East and Africa

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