Tag Archives: Paul Saunders
This article originally appeared in the March/April edition of the Aircraft IT Flight Ops eJournal. I’ve occasionally spen about how science fiction has affected the future (or should I say, the present?) and how innovation in software and hardware has been influenced by the popular culture of my youth. I’m fairly sure mobile phone
This article originally appeared in the March/April 2016 edition of the Aircraft IT MRO eJournal “You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means….” Inigo Montoya – The Princess Bride This past conference season has been one of the most progressive and encouraging during my time in aerospace
Predictions for Content Lifecycle Management for the year ahead are always tricky. You must be mindful to lo far enough ahead to pick an interesting technology or trend, which may not be familiar to everyone, in order to educate and inspire the reader; yet your picks need to be mature enough to be realistically adopted in the chosen timeframe.
This blog post originally appeared as an article in the Aug/Sep 2015 issue of the AircraftIT MRO eJournal. An industry defined by aggressive cost control has underspent on information management The business of aircraft maintenance, repair, and overhaul is one that, by its very nature, pushes the limits of economic efficiency, safety, and regulatory compliance. Independent
This blog post originally appeared as an article in the Aug/Sep 2015 issue of the AircraftIT Ops eJournal. Flight Ops – a publishing anomaly in an otherwise vanguard industry The requirement for the safe, efficient maintenance and operation of complex assets like jet aircraft has been a catalyst for innovation in aviation technical publishing for
This blog post originally appeared as an article in the June/July 2015 issue of the AircraftIT Ops eJournal. So, is Microsoft cool now? This is hardly a question on everyone’s lips, but it’s something that I’ve been asking myself lately. Some of their recent developments and activities have made me re-evaluate how I