The New Passenger Journey: Rebuilding Confidence at the Airport
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Dan Freeman is director of Payloads and Customer Engineering for Boeing Commercial Airplanes. He also serves as engineering director for Boeing's Confident Travel Initative to help the aviation industry safely resume global air travel amid the Covid-19 pandemic. In Dan's role he is responsible for integrating the functional requirements and aesthetics within the cabin and cargo compartments, ensuring functional excellence, and leading the Flmmability Compliance System.
Gustavo Nader is the head of Strategy at Thales InFlyt Experience. With over 25 years of broad international experience in the wireless and satellite connectivity industries, Gustavo offers a blend of unique in-depth technology expertise, business development and strategy knowledge. He is widely recognized for his ability to communicate complex technology concepts and translate them into business opportunities. Over the course of his career, Gustavo has held key positions in business development and strategy, playing an instrumental role in growth and value creation in major companies such as Inmarsat and EchoStar.
Rob Ranieri is a Vice President in IBM’s Global Travel and Transportation Industry practice responsible for IBM’s travel industry offering. Rob and his offering team focus on developing the IBM Travel Platform that allows IBM clients to transform their businesses for today’s digital world. Prior to his role in Travel and Transportation, Rob led the Global Apple iOS Development Centers focused on building enterprise apps across 14 industries. Prior to that, Rob held several executive roles in the IBM Services business.
Robert is Director, Marketing and Business Development Collins Aerospace, a Raytheon Technologies subsidiary. Based in Annapolis, Maryland in the Information Management Services business, responsibilities include supporting strategic planning, acquisitions, technology evaluation, marketing programs and new business case development for the Airports, Surface Transportation and Critical Infrastructure businesses.
Robert joined the Company in 2001 as Director, Corporate Business Development, where he was active in numerous new business evaluations and new product launches throughout the Company. He also managed the Company’s initial equity sales process that resulted in the Company’s sale to The Carlyle Group in 2007 and then to Rockwell Collins in 2013.