Day Two of Aerospace Futures 2016 kicked off with a live interview with Mr. Dario Valenza, the director of Carbonix. Being his first time at Aerospace Futures, he was delightfully impressed with Day One, having attracted so much attention for his life-size composite UAV on display.
Following that, was the usual schedule of 9 speakers and a careers panel. Here's some of our main takeaways:
Captain Michael Gallatly reinforced in all of us the practice of visualising our dreams. He stressed that we could realise anything as long as the belief was there.
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