Latitude Technologies Welcomes New Addition To The Management Team

Victoria, BC Canada - July 4, 2017 - Latitude Technologies is very pleased to announce that industry veteran Raymond (Ray) Larkin has joined the Latitude Technologies sales team as Latitude's Vice President of Business Aviation Sales with additional responsibilities as the accountable Manager developing Military and Government programs. Larkin has three decades of sales, marketing and technical experience in aerospace and satellite based communication systems and a high level of business experience managing Satcom sales to Business Aviation and Special Use Aircraft to the military and government segment. His past company affiliations include Rockwell Collins\ICG, DeCrane Aerospace, EMS Satcom, Teledyne Controls, Raytheon, Magnavox Electronics Systems Company and GTE Airfone. Ray graduated from Saint Louis University with a Bachelor of Science in Aeronautics, holds valid Airframe and Power Plant (FAA) certificates and served 10 years in the United States Air Force in functions including communications and command and control....
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Latitude Technologies is a partner with CARIC – Consortium for Aerospace Research and Innovation in Canada

The Consortium has an extensive list of important projects including measuring pilot fatigue to manage pilot performance: "The nature of safety in aerospace has focused in main part on detecting and preventing failure of technology, and today's aircraft report in real-time detailed data to aid in this effort. However, experience has shown that while failures in maintenance and engineering have been greatly reduced, aircraft accidents related to pilot performance is an area of research that has great potential to improve and enhance safety. While aircraft components have been measured and are wired with sensors to monitor various critical components, the most critical component of the flight system and the pilot, has not been. Given the potential for fatigue to impact a pilot's performance and safety, a means of measuring and analyzing that performance against fatigue-inducing elements has potential to fill that gap in aviation safety. This project is a partnership between Conair Group Inc., the University of British Columbia, Okanagan, Camosun College, and...
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