Spencer Irvine discusses market opportunities

Posted by on January 18, 2012 at 7:56 pm

According to Spencer Irvine, AirVentions  CEO, the opportunities for the GSE (ground support equipment) collision avoidance system have broad applications within the aviation industry. Addressing a group of student interns at his Boston Greentown Labs facility, Spencer stated “As we continue to assess and prioritize our opportunities, it is important that we identify our customer [...]

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Global market for airport airside services to surpass $42.8 billion by 2017

Posted by on January 11, 2012 at 5:03 pm

(Global Industry Analysts Report 2011) The global market for airport airside services is estimated to reach more than USD 42.8 billion by 2017, according to a new report by Global Industry Analysts. Airport airside services will be boosted by globalization, rising air passenger traffic and international trade. According to the report, the airport airside services [...]

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Spencer Irvine to be guest on WBNW radio show

Posted by on October 19, 2011 at 2:17 pm

Boston (MA) October 19, 2011 – AirVentions founder and CEO Spencer Irvine will be a guest on the ”Mind Your Own Business” (MYOB) radio show next week.  AirVentions makes collisions avoidance systems to prevent airport ground support equipment vehicles from damaging aircraft. MYOB, a Boston area radio talk show, is hosted by Rick Brutti and Jeffrey [...]

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AirVentions finishing MassChallenge strong!

Posted by on October 3, 2011 at 11:27 am

Boston, MA October 3, 2011 – The completion of the $1 million MassChallenge start-up competition is weeks away and AirVentions Inc. is finishing strong.  As explained by founder/CEO Spencer Irvine in his 60 second pitch to the committee, “AirVentions makes collisions avoidance systems to prevent airport ground support equipment (GSE) vehicles from damaging aircraft” (see [...]

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Logan Airport Safety Fair: 2011 Review

Posted by on September 22, 2011 at 7:19 pm

Boston, MA September 22, 2011 – AirVentions Inc. (AVI) team members attended this year’s Logan Airport Safety Fair which was held September 14, 2011 in Boston (MA) .  Fair attendees ranged from those working airside or landside with tools, ground support equipment (GSE), baggage or other equipment to operation managers and other safety specialists. The Safety Fair [...]

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AirVentions profiled by Mass High Tech

Posted by on September 8, 2011 at 11:41 am

Startup Watch: Five companies you should follow As part of each week’s Startup Report, Mass High Tech Business News highlights five startup companies and their business goals, and provides guest access to their company profiles in the New England Tech Directory.  We are pleased to have AirVentions among those profiled this week. Share on Facebook

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AirVentions initial testing gets thumbs up!

Posted by on September 6, 2011 at 3:34 pm

Boston, MA September 6, 2011 – AirVentions Inc. (AVI) develops technology that offers practical, cost saving solutions for the transportation and aviation industries. AVI’s lead products focus on collision avoidance systems for airport ground support equipment. Recent Accomplishments Proof of Concept Testing:  AirVentions Inc. has fabricated a full scale model of an airport belt loader [...]

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Cygnus Aviation Expo: 2011 Review

Posted by on March 7, 2011 at 11:41 am

Spencer Irvine, AirVentions Inc. CEO, attended the Cygnus Aviation Expo held in Las Vegas last month. The annual meeting represented a key opportunity to learn more about: 1) issues confronting airline ground support operations, 2) important industry trends and company developments on the horizon and 3) how the AirVentions collision avoidance system would bring added [...]

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CEO Update

Posted by on January 3, 2011 at 2:48 am

Spencer Irvine, CEO: We at AirVentions are pleased with our accomplishments to date and are quite excited by prospects moving forward. More specifically:   2010 REVIEW AirVentions formally incorporated August 2010. Target start-up capital was exceeded. Secured 2000 sq. ft. prototyping and testing facility with lab work/office space in Cambridge, MA (temporary). Airline industry executive [...]

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Flight Safety Foundation quotes ramp damage at $10 Billion globally!

Posted by on August 26, 2010 at 12:29 pm

Defusing the Ramp This is a 2007 follow-up to an earlier article where ramp damage was quoted at $5 billion in 2003. Ramp damage is costing airlines and corporate aviation nearly twice as much as early estimates suggested – nearly $10 billion a year – Flight Safety Foundation (FSF) “data mining” has revealed. The reason, [...]

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