Improving aircraft readiness is a top priority for both civilian and military aviation, yet maintenance challenges, supply chain issues and skilled labor gaps are making it difficult to mitigate persistent sustainment risks.
Join experts from the US Air Force and Librestream for a discussion on the current state of aviation and the challenges associated with worker shortages affecting mission capable rate goals. We’ll explore innovations in digital transformation and the application of technologies to help acquire and train new employees as well as mitigate or reverse the negative impact from knowledge loss and skilled labor deficiencies.
What you’ll learn:
• The key challenges facing military and civilian aviation sectors
• The impact to operations being felt today and the future
• The technologies that are leading digital and workforce transformation
• Experience-based learning for technology and process implementation to improve aerospace operations
About the Speakers
Roger Jones, Air Force Sustainment Center Technical Director
Mr. Roger A. Jones oversees and provides senior technical guidance on all engineering related to the procurement and management of USAF spare parts, on aspects of process engineering support for the USAF depots, as well as the insertion of advanced technologies into those depots. He is charged with assessing the application of systems engineering and technical management principles for the development and implementation of policies concerning depot process integrity programs, technology selection/implementation, and the establishment of engineering innovation centers.
Dan Flynn, VP Aerospace and Defense at Librestream
Dan has 20 years of experience in sales and business development at companies ranging from early stage high-growth enterprises to global corporations. At Librestream, Dan is the Vice President of Aerospace and Defense where he oversees client engagements globally. His experience includes Networking, Security, Hosting, Video, Enterprise and SaaS software platforms, and Big Data.