Singapore Aviation Industry Directory
The Singapore Aviation Industry Directory (SAID) is published by the AAIS with the support of the Singapore Economic Development Board (EDB) and Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS).
Singapore Aerospace Suppliers Directory
The Singapore Aerospace Suppliers Directory (SASD) is a biennial publication published with the support of the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS), Singapore Economic Development Board (EDB), International Enterprise (IE) Singapore, and SPRING Singapore.
Asia-Pacific Aviation Directory
The first of its kind in the region, APAD is a one-stop digital reference for comprehensive information on aviation suppliers and service providers in Asia-Pacific and beyond.
Singapore Unmanned Aircraft Systems Directory
First published in 2019, the Singapore Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Directory is supported by agencies including the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore, Enterprise Singapore and JTC. It is a one-stop reference featuring Singapore-based UAS service providers, manufacturers, suppliers and end users. For enquiries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Launched in February 2008, Aerospace Singapore is a tri-annual publication by the Association of Aerospace Industries (Singapore). Its attractive and unique lifestyle look-and-feel distinguishes it apart from other publications of the genre. The magazine provides broad coverage on aerospace and aviation technologies, market trends, personalities, industry news and events, with a particular focus on Singapore and the region. There are also sections devoted to emerging SMEs, youth outreach, lifestyle as well as contributions from the aerospace and aviation community, suppliers and solution providers.
Today, Aerospace Singapore has established itself as a valuable information source, and an important business link between suppliers and users of aerospace components and services, with adequate space for business development and marketing opportunities. The magazine is distributed across local and overseas aerospace communities, government missions, international organizations, tertiary institutions, and at industry exhibitions and conferences in Singapore and abroad. All members of AAIS, including more than 80% of top management in the local aerospace industry, also receive a copy of the magazine.
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Aerospace Workforce of the Future
As we push ahead with industry transformation, how can we enable the workforce to be more comfortable with the continuous evolution of new technologies and associated changes in job nature? How will the workforce acquire new skills and adapt to an increasingly digital workplace? How do we better harness the experience of older workers and redesign jobs and the workplace to suit? At the same time, how do we engage new entrants to the workforce, who generally have more opportunities and different aspirations?
Aerospace Singapore reflects on where the aerospace industry is headed, how it is changing and what this means for the workforce of the future.
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