The $24.1 million donation from a software company will support training and scholarships for business and engineering students, and also help establish Florida Tech’s new Center for Lifecycle and Innovation Management.
Federal authorities are offering rewards of up to $10,000 for information leading to the arrest of individuals who point powerful handheld lasers at aircraft, including police and medical transport helicopters.
Since 2000, the Internet Crime Complaint Center has received more than 3 million complaints involving more than $2 billion in reported losses.
The GPS-based redesign will cut fuel costs, reduce carbon emissions and improve airlines’ on-time performance at four airports, according to aviation management professionals.
Retired Army Gen. Ann Dunwoody, Class of 1988, received Florida Tech’s Jerome P. Keuper Distinguished Alumni Award. Dunwoody is the first woman in U.S. history to reach the rank of four-star general.
As the cost of jet fuel increases, airline executives and aviation managers are turning to alternative energy sources ranging from hardy plants to household trash.
James Whittaker will give two free presentations on “The Data Economy” at Florida Institute of Technology, where he was a computer science professor for almost 10 years.
A century after the beginning of The Great War, the nation once again will pause to remember the sacrifices of its veterans.
Globally, more than one-third of companies reported being the victim of fraud between 2011 and 2013, according to a survey by accounting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers.
With fuel prices continuing to rise, aviation management professionals are exploring alternative sources of energy to power their fleets. The Solar Impulse 2 airplane has about 17,000 solar cells along its massive wingspan.