AIAC

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AcronymDefinition
AIACAerospace Industries Association of Canada
AIACAssociazione Italiana di Aritmologia e Cardiostimolazione
AIACAssociation of Independent Advice Centres (Northern Ireland)
AIACAmerican Institute of Architects Convention
AIACAmerican Indian Advisory Committee
AIACArchivo de Identificación de Animales de Compañía
AIACAutomotive Industries Association of Canada
AIACAssociation Interprofessionnelle d'Aide à la Construction (French: Interprofessional Association for Construction Aid)
AIACAir Industries Association of Canada
AIACACCS Implementation Advisory Committee
AIACAssociation Internationale des Aéroports Civils (French: International Association of Civil Airports)
AIACAutomatic Initiate, Automatic Correlate
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They must also "agree to implement certain security processes such as the appointment of a Designated Official who will have responsibility for ensuring only authorized employees gain access to such technologies and for obtaining approval and documenting any further transfers to other entities" (Aerospace Industries Association of Canada 2001 b).
"We heard that most Canadians would be concerned if investment in space were to decline, as they do not wish to fall behind other countries or miss out on important technological advances and economic benefits of space, and that they see increased investment in space as forward-looking and a key to securing Canada's economic future and competitiveness," said Aerospace Industries Association of Canada President & CEO Jim Quick.
Hosted by the Aerospace Industries Association of Canada (AIAC) and taking place in Ottawa, Ontario on December 5 & 6, the 2012 Canadian Aerospace Summit brings together world renowned experts, who will provide perspectives on a range of aerospace industry issues and provide a context to define what key decisions should be made now to grow the industry of the future.
The Aerospace Industries Association of Canada was very pleased with the government's commitment to buy the F-35, according to Claude Lajeunesse, the association's president and CEO.
It is one thing to say, as Peter Smith, President of the Aerospace Industries Association of Canada, wryly commented, that "it is not for those who manufacture or assemble weapons to grapple with the moral issue of who the arms should or should not be sold to" if the appropriateness is determined, as Smith concludes, "by the rules of the game in government policy." (5) It is something altogether different when both government and industry are driven by the profit motive, and seek ways around the rules.
David Schellenberg is the CEO of both Cascade Aerospace and its parent company Conair Group Inc., and also serves as the Vice Chairman of the Aerospace Industries Association of Canada.
But according to the Aerospace Industries Association of Canada, even though Canada has not signed on the dotted line for the purchase of the aircraft as some other countries have, it has already received $350 million in development and production contracts on an investment to date of somewhere between $150 million and $160 million.
Hosted by the Aerospace Industries Association of Canada (AIAC) Location: Ottawa, ON Info: aiac.ca
The recent nomination of Cynthia Garneau, president of Bell Helicopter Canada to take over as Chair of AIAC (Aerospace Industries Association of Canada), stems in large measure from her knowledge of the complex issues facing the province's 190 aerospace providers who employ close to 40,000 people, and generate annual sales of $15.5 billion.
The 2017 State of Canada's Aerospace Industry Report, which was released recently by the Aerospace Industries Association of Canada (AIAC) and Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada (ISED), seems to provide proof that the aerospace industry is Canada's most innovative manufacturing sector, leading manufacturers in R&D investment and posting nearly 30% of the sector's R&D investments in 2016.
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