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President and Managing Director of Air Informatics
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Bruce Jackson, President and Managing Director of Air Informatics, has extensive experience with in-flight satellite and Wi-Fi connectivity and was a principal investigator for the NASA Advanced Communication Technology Satellite (ACTS). He was also the wireless architect for the Boeing 787 core computing wireless architecture and worked with the development of airline's airplane network security program, aircraft security logs, loadable software aircraft part, and airplane health management data delivery.

In the area of e-enabled aviation, Bruce has worked with Southwest Airlines, American Airlines, Kenya Airways, Royal Jordanian Airways, Bombardier Aerospace, and Gulfstream. He holds a master's degree in medical informatics from Columbia University and a bachelor's degree in aerospace engineering from California State Polytechnic University-Pomona.

Articles by Bruce Jackson
posted in January 2019
Stop Defending Everything
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Architectural Analysis IDs 78 Specific Risks in Machine-Learning Systems
Jai Vijayan, Contributing Writer,  2/13/2020
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