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We Know How to Fly Georgia is ranked 8th in U.S. aerospace industry employment. Over 80,000 Georgians are

Effects-Driven. Network Centric. Innovation. We start with your needs and custom-build solutions. We focus on the desired result and drive resources to meet the challenge. We partner the resources of many state and local programs, organizations, and research institutes to get the job done.

employed in this high-tech, high-wage industry that continues to be the leading U.S. export.

Formed in 2003 by the Governor’s Commission for a New Georgia, the Center of Innovation for Aerospace is the state of Georgia’s “one-stop-shop” aerospace industry authority. The Center was developed to capitalize on university research assets and centers of excellence in aerospace technology, but is led by industry veterans with business savvy and experience. It takes a demand-driven approach to economic development and aerospace industry advocacy unique in the United States.

Center of Innovation for Aerospace

Headquartered at Middle Georgia College’s multimillion-dollar Aviation Campus in Eastman,

71 Airport Road Eastman, GA 31023 478.230.4300

aerospace.georgiainnovation.org

and centrally located among the world-leading aerospace companies based in Georgia,

Aerospace

the Center of Innovation for Aerospace takes an effects-driven, network- centric approach to meeting industry needs. Boeing, Cessna, Gulfstream, Lockheed-Martin, Maule, Northrop-Grumman, Pratt & Whitney, Raytheon, Tiger, Thrush, and Vought are just a few of the original equipment manufacturers with major manufacturing operations in Georgia.


Focused on Growth People People make the difference between mission success and failure. Georgia has a special responsibility to the aerospace industry to ensure a highly-skilled workforce is ready to meet their growing needs. We work on a regional basis with educators and industry partners to expose young people to the exciting careers that await them in the skies.

Technology

Spread Your Wings

Technology is why Georgia’s aerospace products

Whether you’re one of the nation’s blue-chip defense contractors, a start-up

are among the leading U.S. exports throughout

or a local machine-tooling company, strap yourself in. We’ve helped Georgia

The aerospace research and development assets of the state are a gold mine of ideas and opportunities – from fixing planes faster to developing planes that fly by themselves. We work the world.

with large and small companies to push the

firms become integral parts of the U.S. Air Force’s powerful supply chain, provided grants to create new technology insertion programs, deployed research expertise to solve questions of national power, delivered worker training programs to our growing MRO business sector, and directed federal

boundaries of science and flight.

purchasing toward our hardworking non-aerospace businesses in the state.

Companies

An Historic Partnership

Companies are the engines of growth and

The Center of Innovation for Aerospace is the

innovation that create jobs and absorb our

place to turn for cooperative research and

talent. Understanding

development programs with Warner

Robins

the technologies and special requirements of aerospace companies, whether starting up in Georgia or considering expanding here from abroad, is our business.

industrial complex in Georgia. Signed in 2007

We give Georgia the expertise to “talk turkey

access to facilities and research partnerships

with the eagles” — leading-edge aerospace

between Georgia companies and the missions

companies that have a future in Georgia.

of Robins Air Force Base.

2

Visit us online at http://aerospace.georgiainnovation.org

Air Logistics Center — the largest single by the Governor of Georgia and the Commander of Robins AFB, the CRADA allows unparalleled

Visit us online at http://aerospace.georgiainnovation.org

3


Focused on Growth People People make the difference between mission success and failure. Georgia has a special responsibility to the aerospace industry to ensure a highly-skilled workforce is ready to meet their growing needs. We work on a regional basis with educators and industry partners to expose young people to the exciting careers that await them in the skies.

Technology

Spread Your Wings

Technology is why Georgia’s aerospace products

Whether you’re one of the nation’s blue-chip defense contractors, a start-up

are among the leading U.S. exports throughout

or a local machine-tooling company, strap yourself in. We’ve helped Georgia

The aerospace research and development assets of the state are a gold mine of ideas and opportunities – from fixing planes faster to developing planes that fly by themselves. We work the world.

with large and small companies to push the

firms become integral parts of the U.S. Air Force’s powerful supply chain, provided grants to create new technology insertion programs, deployed research expertise to solve questions of national power, delivered worker training programs to our growing MRO business sector, and directed federal

boundaries of science and flight.

purchasing toward our hardworking non-aerospace businesses in the state.

Companies

An Historic Partnership

Companies are the engines of growth and

The Center of Innovation for Aerospace is the

innovation that create jobs and absorb our

place to turn for cooperative research and

talent. Understanding

development programs with Warner

Robins

the technologies and special requirements of aerospace companies, whether starting up in Georgia or considering expanding here from abroad, is our business.

industrial complex in Georgia. Signed in 2007

We give Georgia the expertise to “talk turkey

access to facilities and research partnerships

with the eagles” — leading-edge aerospace

between Georgia companies and the missions

companies that have a future in Georgia.

of Robins Air Force Base.

2

Visit us online at http://aerospace.georgiainnovation.org

Air Logistics Center — the largest single by the Governor of Georgia and the Commander of Robins AFB, the CRADA allows unparalleled

Visit us online at http://aerospace.georgiainnovation.org

3


Military Bases

Research Universities

Technical Colleges State Cabinet Departments

Federal Agencies

Community EDAs

Small Business Programs Industry Associations

Utility Companies

Community Airports

Chambers of Commerce

We Know How to Fly Georgia is ranked 8th in U.S. aerospace industry employment. Over 80,000 Georgians are

Effects-Driven. Network Centric. Innovation. We start with your needs and custom-build solutions. We focus on the desired result and drive resources to meet the challenge. We partner the resources of many state and local programs, organizations, and research institutes to get the job done.

employed in this high-tech, high-wage industry that continues to be the leading U.S. export.

Formed in 2003 by the Governor’s Commission for a New Georgia, the Center of Innovation for Aerospace is the state of Georgia’s “one-stop-shop” aerospace industry authority. The Center was developed to capitalize on university research assets and centers of excellence in aerospace technology, but is led by industry veterans with business savvy and experience. It takes a demand-driven approach to economic development and aerospace industry advocacy unique in the United States.

Center of Innovation for Aerospace

Headquartered at Middle Georgia College’s multimillion-dollar Aviation Campus in Eastman,

71 Airport Road Eastman, GA 31023 478.230.4300

aerospace.georgiainnovation.org

and centrally located among the world-leading aerospace companies based in Georgia,

Aerospace

the Center of Innovation for Aerospace takes an effects-driven, network- centric approach to meeting industry needs. Boeing, Cessna, Gulfstream, Lockheed-Martin, Maule, Northrop-Grumman, Pratt & Whitney, Raytheon, Tiger, Thrush, and Vought are just a few of the original equipment manufacturers with major manufacturing operations in Georgia.


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