The aftermath of the past two years has sent shockwaves across the world markets. They may have begun as ripples, but the ripples have turned into waves as the international supply chains go from one shock to the next with no real time for reset along the way.
Unless you have managed to stay indoors for the past year, you have undoubtedly noticed your fuel bill rising. But, of course, it isn’t just your fuel bill for your car or truck; it manifests itself in every single consumable item you purchase.
From the second we step out of bed in the morning, we are surrounded by technology. Having a “smart home” quickly becomes the norm rather than the exception.
Everyone born in the last four or five decades or sooner has grown up with the ever-present idea of the electrification of vehicles. Moreover, it was always present in science-fiction movies.
The past two years have been uncharted territory for the world, at least the living generations. We have had to stare down infectious diseases,
It is no coincidence that we did not send out an aviation trends article at the end of 2020; we scarcely knew whether or not there would be any new trends to speak of.
In the high stakes and high-pressure world of aircraft maintenance repair and overhaul, along with flight operations departments, having the right tool for the job is imperative.
Helicopters are perhaps the tremendous revolutionary technology in aviation since powered flight, and certainly have proven to be one of the most important evolutionary processes of powered flight.
Much of the focus of aircraft tug technology has gone to technology and units geared primarily toward private jets, turboprops, and general aviation, and it makes perfect sense.