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Are Airlines Next In Line for a Supply Shortage?

With supply chains around the world struggling under the weight of the past year, will airlines be next in line to feel the effects? MarketScale Say Yes to Travel host Sarah Read more


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Marshall Electronics Responds to Esports’ Massive Growth with Cutting-Edge POV Cameras
June 3, 2023

As we head into the middle of this decade, the eSports industry is witnessing an unprecedented boom. Valued at $1.42 billion in 2022, it’s projected to skyrocket to $4.47 billion by 2030, thanks to the rising adoption of smart devices and POV cameras, internet connectivity, and strategic partnerships like that of Microsoft and NVIDIA​. […]

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Legacy Payment Companies Embrace Blockchain Solutions. Their Infrastructure is Still “Fundamentally Not Aligned” with Web3 Payments.
June 2, 2023

Legacy payment companies are finally embracing blockchain solutions at scale, though still behind compared to the innovation that young fintech companies are bringing to the next generation of payment solutions. Regardless, this embrace is taking many shapes, and it’s still not a guarantee that they’re up to the task. In the last year, Visa […]

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The Importance of Legal Counsel to Major League Organizations
June 2, 2023

Live sporting events continue to be at the forefront of entertainment in America year after year. Between enthused fans, good food and drinks, and anticipation for record-breaking moments, the ambiance of a stadium on a game day is unmatched. However, behind the scenes of our beloved stadiums and sports traditions lies term sheets and contracts […]

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Are Airlines Next In Line for a Supply Shortage?
July 29, 2021

With supply chains around the world struggling under the weight of the past year, will airlines be next in line to feel the effects? MarketScale Say Yes to Travel host Sarah Dandashy weighed in. “American Airlines is telling pilots to conserve fuel. Now, this is really interesting for those that might not know. There is […]

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What’s Inside the Mind of a Model Airplane Pilot?
April 19, 2021

Peter Bröckerhoff enjoys flying model airplanes. “What I like most about model flying is the unique opportunity to operate extraordinary airplanes,” he said. He likes the JetPower Event, which used to be held in Neuenahr-Ahrweiler but not held in Donauworth. The teamwork and people make the event worthwhile. The cooperation with the Schübeler Company is […]

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Genesys Aerosystems Announces New Virtual EFIS Tool
February 9, 2021

Mineral Wells, TX (February 04, 2020) –– Genesys Aerosystems, a Moog company, announced today the availability of a new software tool for all levels of Full Flight Simulators/Flight Training Devices and integration testing, the Virtual IDU (VIDU). The VIDU is a software platform that runs on a Windows PC and emulates a physical IDU-680 or […]

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Are Drones Viable to Optimize Warehouse Processes
October 14, 2020

On this episode of Drones in America by MarketScale, host Grant Guillot was joined by commercial drone industry leader and Ware CEO Ian Smith. Ware works to help companies automate their warehouse inventory via drone, leveraging the technology to bring increased performance, efficiency and accuracy to operations through effective data capture, processing and consolidation […]

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50 Years of Aeromodeling Experience Leads to EDF Vote of Confidence
July 20, 2020

Manfred Greve’s introduction to the world of aeromodeling began before he was born. His father started working in aeromodeling in the 1950s and passed his passion onto his son as a child. After school, Greve would work on improving upon his model airplanes, a process which helped him learn and grow immensely. “Do something […]

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First Flight with Hendrik Hoppe
February 28, 2020

For hobbyist pilot Hendrik Hoppe, the journey into the skies was a long and winding one. Growing up in Eastern Germany, achieving a dream of personal aviation simply wasn’t an option. “I was born and grew up in Eastern Germany,” Hoppe said. “(General) aviation was not existing at all, because somebody could easily take a […]

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