Experienced business leaders in aerospace and defense know that a decade is a virtual snap of the fingers when it comes to new technology. The fact is, world-class safety regulations, stringent national security requirements, and high expectations in boardrooms over returns on investment mean major technology advances take years or longer to fully implement. But that also means that if you think you know the state of play in the coming decades, you had better be moving already. Lately, ...
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