Friday, January 24, 2020

Game of Planes: Microsoft and GE Are Applying Insights From Video...

Video game makers don’t just sell games. They use technology to develop an ongoing relationship with players and then “monetize” those relationships. For instance,...

Marriage Made In Heaven: How A Ritz-Carlton Meeting Changed The History...

 Drinks in a cozy, elegant cocktail lounge have preceded plenty of marriage proposals. But perhaps only once has such a session led to the creation...

Love Is In The Air: A Passion For Flying Is Part...

   Among GE’s many firsts has been production of the first U.S. jet engine, the world’s largest jet engine and the first composite jet engine...

Adding It Up: This Factory Is 3D-Printing Arm-Sized Metal Parts For...

Nestled in the rolling hills of the Po Valley, the small town of Cameri looks like a postcard Italian village, complete with a classic...

The Sky’s Best Buddy Act: GE Aviation And Qantas Capture The...

GE Aviation and Qantas have a great buddy act going. Not only did a pair of GE engines power the Australian national carrier’s inaugural...

Identified Flying Objects: GE, Partners Test Drone Collision Avoidance Systems In...

The endeavor to get unmanned aircraft to coexist safely in the sky with planes and other “manned” flying vehicles took a significant first step...

A Longer Leash For Drones: Federal Regulators Allow Avitas Systems To...

If you live in oil country, you know what a nodding donkey is. The name derives from the continual up-and-down motion of the arm...

Air Born: How A Secret World War I Project Launched GE’s...

Last weekend, the world remembered 100 years since the end of World War I, a conflict that changed the map of Europe and left...

Fast Forward: This Tech Accelerator Is Bringing Digital Twins To America’s...

The U.S. military has the world’s largest aircraft fleet. With 5,500 Air Force planes, 5,000 belonging to the Army and 3,500 for the Navy,...