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2011 ACC VIDEO: Dr. Joe Kim Talks with Airstrip Technologies

Dr. Joe Kim speaks with Bruce Brandes of Airstrip Technologies about the company's recent announcement of its partnership with General Electric (GE). Brandes says that the partnership will allow Airstrip to leverage GE's infrastructure and technology to help expand opportunities for Airstrip's mobility platform to be implemented worldwide.



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