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Title: Collaboration and Success in the Aerospace, Aviation and Transportation Industry: An EmbryRiddle Per


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Collaboration and Success in the Aerospace,
Aviation and Transportation Industry An
Embry-Riddle Perspective
  • Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
  • Our Niche The Aerospace, Aviation and
    Transportation Industry
  • The Challenge Creating Value and Meeting
    Corporate Educational Requirements

2
A Sampling of Aviation Companies
  • A brief look at how many aviation companies
    impact a passenger from the time they first
    arrive at the airport until they lift off the
    ground

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Office of
Strategic Planning
3
Passenger arrives at the airport
Airport design
Reynolds Smith Hills, Inc.
Airport construction
Peter Kiewit Sons, Inc.
Parking Company of America
Parking
Intermodal interfacing
Taxicabs Style Taxi Buses Greyhound
Flightlink Rail transportation - MARTA Rental
cars - Hertz Limousine services JC Limousine
Airport authority
City of Atlanta / Department of Aviation
4
Passenger moves into the terminal
AirTran Airways
Airline customer service
Skycap Service, Inc.
Bag handling
Leo A. Daly
Terminal design
Marketing
Corey Airport Services, Inc.
Property management
Atlanta Terminal Corporation (ATC)
Telecommunications
Fujitsu Network Communications, Inc.
Covenant Aviation Security
Security and safety
Ansul, Inc.
Fire protection systems
UNICCO Service Company
Emergency Medical Svcs
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Passenger is at the gate (Inside)
Airline customer service
AirTran Airways
Telecommunications
Fujitsu Network Communications
Airport design
Reynolds Smith and Hills, Inc.
Interior designers
Rabaut Design Associates
Specialty furniture manufacturers
Zoeftig Company
Jetways
FMC Technologies
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Passenger is at the gate (Outside)
Baggage cart manufacturers
Aero Specialties
Bag belts
Watkins Aircraft Support Products
Tow tugs
Tug Corporation
Gate status boards
Visiontron Corp
Ground equipment maintenance
A.P. Enterprises
Ground power units
JETALL
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Passenger is at the gate (Outside)
Ground air supply units
AC Aircraft
Fuel trucks equipment
GMC Aero Tee Laboratories, Inc.
Fuel vendors
Cook Aviation
Food service
LSG SkyChefs
De-icing equipment supplies
Trump
United Services Line Maintenance Network
Line maintenance
8
Passenger is at the gate (Outside)
The aircraft itself
Boeing Commercial Airplanes Group
Pilots
Flight Safety International
Flight attendants
Alteon
Ground handlers
Ground Handling International
Aircraft cleaning
AccuFleet
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Pushback and taxi for takeoff
Runway/taxiway maintenance construction
URS Corp (Air Transportation Division)
Aircraft telecommunications
AirCell
Airport communications systems
Fijitsu
Air traffic control/ground control
Federal Aviation Administration
Aviation regulations
Federal Aviation Administration
Airport lighting systems
Airport Lighting Systems, Inc.
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Pushback and taxi for takeoff
Ground safety equipment and operations
Flight Safety Foundation
Ground proximity radars
Honeywell
Airport security systems
SAIC
Wildlife management
DeTect
Landscape design and maintenance
Delta Airport Consultants
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Now the aircraft gets airborne
There are thousands of aviation aerospace
companies worldwide
That was just a sampling up to the point of
liftoff
Imagine how this expands with each phase of a
flight
We havent even touched on the aerospace industry
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Corporate Collaborations Some Examples
The Boeing Company ERAU is a long time
educational partner with The Boeing Company and
is active in many ways such as The Learning
Together Program, sponsored employee learning
cohorts in ERAU programs such as the MSTM,
internships, co-ops and career placement,
sponsorship in emerging markets such as China and
South America through Boeing relationships,
sponsorships and partnering, and much
more. The International Air Cargo
Association ERAU enjoys a strong relationship
that is growing with TIACA, the industry
representative for Air Cargo operations around
the globe, including participation as member of
the TIACA Education Committee, scholarship
recipients, development of an air cargo
management certification specialty educational
program, planned seminars targeting TIACA needs,
and more.
As companies expand, they are seeking effective
collaborations to meet educational and training
needs, especially from a global and international
perspective
13
Corporate Collaborations Some Examples
jetBlue Airways ERAU and jetBlue entered into
a broad based educational relationship that
includes cooperation in training initiatives,
training the trainer, consulting type
activities, enhancements for jetBlue Crewmembers
in receiving traditional education, internships
and co-op learning opportunities, career
placement and other diverse engagements between
the two entities. AirTran Airways ERAU is
working closely with AirTran in a variety of
arenas including specialized training developed
to meet a unique company educational
requirement, internships and co-ops, development
of an industry unique direct from graduation to
AirTran flight operations program for flight
program graduates, and more.
As companies expand, they are seeking effective
collaborations to meet educational and training
needs, especially from a global and international
perspective
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Corporate Collaborations Some Examples
As companies expand, they are seeking effective
collaborations to meet educational and training
needs, especially from a global and international
perspective
National Business Aviation Association ERAU is
aligned with the NBAA on many levels including
participation as a member of the Professional
Development Program Education Committee, as the
only provider of the full array of Corporate
Aviation Manager Certificate Program courses
(25), as a delivery partner of varied specialty
courses designed to meet the fluid needs of the
membership and industry through seminars at
Conferences, and on other levels as well.
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Globalization
  • World becoming flat
  • Major national economies going global
  • Aviation/aerospace industry
  • Double-digit growth in China, India, ME
  • Developing nations building the industry
  • Privatizing airport operations
  • Partnering with foreign corporations

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Globalization
  • Many US universities developing successful
    international operations
  • Consortiums Partnerships
  • Government sponsorship
  • Industry sponsorship
  • Public/private Investors
  • Going it alone

17
Chinas aviation demand
  • Demographics China population1.31 billion,
    US,300 million (23 of Chinas population).
  • US - 612,000 licensed pilots of whom 145,000 hold
    ATPL qualifications.
  • China-10,000 pilot licences (1.6 of US pilots)
  • Airports
  • US - Civilian airports 4,800
  • China Civilian 133 rapidly growing mega
    airports
  • new airline pilots - 1750-2000 new pilots per
    year, excluding replacement of retirees
  • Only 444 general aviation aircraft the need for
    the creation of GA pilots is huge a key to the
    development of Chinas aviation infrastructure

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Collaboration and Success in the Aerospace,
Aviation and Transportation Industry An
Embry-Riddle Perspective
  • Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
  • Our Niche The Aerospace, Aviation and
    Transportation Industry
  • The Challenge Creating Value and Meeting
    Corporate Educational Requirements

19
Establishing and maintaining collaborations with
companies to meet educational needs
3 Ps People, Planning, Process
Organization and knowledge of company their
needs direction
Information knowledge data bank
Flexible matrix management with niche knowledge
and ability to react
Result Improved customer satisfaction that meets
educational requirements
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Collaboration and Success in the Aerospace,
Aviation and Transportation Industry An
Embry-Riddle Perspective
  • Create and Add Value for Companies
  • Know where you are going and where you want to be
  • Know why you want to collaborate with a company
  • Understand the type of collaboration a company
    wants
  • Decide with whom the collaboration should take
    place
  • Know when and how to collaborate -- If its not
    good for both parties then it wont work

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Collaboration and Success in the Aerospace,
Aviation and Transportation Industry An
Embry-Riddle Perspective
  • Reality and some operational keys to our success
  • Our niche and brand
  • Communicate, communicate, communicate
  • Establish key relationships have a
    champion on both sides
  • Deliver programs and courses (tailored if
    necessary) that are useful and work with
    company so that they own the programs
    with you
  • For credit
  • Not for credit
  • Certificates
  • Stay current and react to new trends and issues

23
Collaboration and Success in the Aerospace,
Aviation and Transportation Industry An
Embry-Riddle Perspective
  • Reality and some operational keys to our success
  • Set expectations up-front, including resources
    -- MOU (written agreement by both parties)
    critical and follow-up contracts
  • Add value to company (/research/knowle
    dge) or all of the above
  • Be the outsourcing education
    component of a company (most companies dont
    want to be in education business )
  • Create the right fit with people compatibility

24
Collaboration and Success in the Aerospace,
Aviation and Transportation Industry An
Embry-Riddle Perspective
  • Reality and some operational keys to our success
  • Progressive collaboration -- start small and
    build on success
  • Provide financial incentives/benefits
    for company to sell to their management/staff
  • Spin off/seed ideas research
  • Use other contacts with leading edge players
  • Provide solutions
  • Intelligent people create intelligent and
    satisfying results

25
Collaboration and Success in the Aerospace,
Aviation and Transportation Industry An
Embry-Riddle Perspective
  • Reality and some operational keys to our success
  • Run University like a business
    (fast/efficient/responsive) and not an academic
    enterprise (slow/overhead/non-responsive)
  • Be entrepreneurial and take a risk to
    achieve a reward
  • Do your market research
  • Establish a lifelong learning program for
    success

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Collaboration and Success in the Aerospace,
Aviation and Transportation Industry An
Embry-Riddle Perspective
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