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Boeing's HorizonX, six months after establishment, maintains 'tether' back to main company

October 23, 2017 at 5:00 AM
Boeing's HorizonX innovation cell is using three different approaches to pursue beyond-the-horizon technologies and strategies, the group's chief told Inside Defense . In an interview last week, Steve Nordlund said the organization, established in April , is focused on nearly a dozen "scope areas," including autonomy, industrial Internet of Things technology, artificial intelligence and machine learning adaptable to aerospace and defense, advanced materials and different business models. "Our defined scope areas are what guides the path," Nordlund said. HorizonX unveiled...

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