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Digital Twin: Reference Model, Realizations & Recommendations

Digital Twins are continuously developed across a wide number of applications and industries. This paper is intended for practitioners interested in the development and implementation of Digital Twins as a means to realize value.

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A Senior Executive’s Starters Guide to Understanding Digital Transformation

We live in extraordinary times in which digitalization is radically changing the business, operations, and collaborative landscape across virtually every industry, government, and academic institution.  To meet the challenges of today…

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2022 Aerospace & Defense Workforce Study

Workforce and talent concerns remain top of mind for
aerospace and defense (A&D) companies as they look at
an increasingly competitive marketplace for highly skilled
employees, both today and into the future…

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An Industry Perspective: Critical Actions to Ensure U.S. Defense Trade Success 

The dialogue between senior officials at the Departments of State and Defense and industry repeatedly
centers around challenges facing the defense export enterprise…

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Orbital Debris Letter

The Aerospace Industries Association (AIA) and our more than 300 member companies would like to thank the FCC for working to update rules on orbital debris mitigation for Commission-authorized satellites. Orbital debris mitigation is an issue of great importance to maintain the long-term safe operation…

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National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) Letter

The Aerospace Industries Association (AIA) represents over 300 companies across the aerospace industry, including FAA-licensed launch and human spaceflight operators, systems manufacturers, and suppliers. Safety is paramount to our members…

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National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) Letter

The Aerospace Industries Association (AIA) represents over 300 companies and nearly 2 million U.S. workers across the aerospace industry, from satellite communications companies, to launch providers, to space systems …

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NASA/NOAA FY23 Appropriations

The Aerospace Industries Association (AIA), representing over 300 aerospace manufacturers and suppliers and more than 2 million U.S. workers, urges Congress to continue the consistent…

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NASA Authorization Joint Association Letter

NASA was last authorized by Congress in 2017 and, in addition to the necessity of extending expiring authorities, there have been a series of new developments…

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FY23 NSS Priorities

The Aerospace Industries Association (AIA), representing over 300 aerospace manufacturers and suppliers and more than 2 million U.S. workers, urges Congress to affirm its consistent, bipartisan support for the national security space enterprise through the Fiscal Year…

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AIA Space Priorities for the Next Administration and the New Congress

The Aerospace Industries Association (AIA) is the premier advocate for America’s space industry, supply chain, and workforce. Across AIA’s over 300 member companies are the suppliers, designers, manufacturers, launch providers, and operators of commercial, civil, and national security satellites and space…

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Future of Aerospace Standardization Report

The Aerospace Industries Association’s Future of Aerospace Standardization report, first published in 2004, has been revised and updated by AIA’s Standards Governance Board.

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AIA, Avascent Report: Autonomous Aircraft Market to Reach $325 Billion by 2040

The Aerospace Industries Association (AIA) in collaboration with Avascent have released a new report detailing the breakthrough growth in the autonomous aircraft market, which is expected to result in nearly $325 billion over the next two decades.

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2021 Facts & Figures

The COVID-19 pandemic took an immense toll on America and the world last year, causing significant and tragic losses to human lives.

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Advanced Air Mobility: Can the U.S. Afford to Lose the Race?

Through early strides in aircraft design and engineering, a focus on safety throughout the process, and recruitment of top talent, the United States has established itself as the global leader in aerospace.

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