There is a reason most Russians have dashboard cameras — and reasons you should too.
But there is no accounting for the way so many Russians walked away from these accidents. Yikes!
A day after presenting to the IATA conference, described here yesterday, WheelTug’s CEO flew to New York to present at the Cowen “36th Annual Aerospace/Defense Conference & Transport One-on-One Forum” — invited back after debuting there last year.
The 15 companies presenting Thursday were Textron (market cap $12 billion), Science Applications International ($2 billion), Allegiant Travel ($3 billion), TYCO ($17 billion), Northrop Grumman ($32 billion), ICF International ($750 million), Vectrus ($300 million), Cytec Industries ($3 billion), Embraer ($6 billion), Booz Allen Hamilton ($4 billion), Spirit Aerosystems ($6 billion), KLX ($4 billion), Harris Corporation ($8 billion), Honeywell ($79 billion) . . .
. . . and tiny WheelTug.
Which was given a generous introduction as, “something everybody will know about in a few years.”
Maybe, maybe not. But it’s nice to think so.
Quote of the Day
Money is a singular thing. It ranks with love as man’s greatest source of joy. And with death as his greatest source of anxiety. Over all history it has oppressed nearly all people in one of two ways: either it has been abundant and very unreliable, or reliable and very scarce.~John Kenneth Galbraith, The Age of Uncertainty
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