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Gene Colabatistto: CAE’s UAV Training Systems Integrator Deal With UAE to Drive New Business Model

Gene Colabatistto

TYSONS CORNER, VA, Nov. 16, 2017 — CAE will roll out an unmanned aerial vehicle training system to the United Arab Emirates as the country’s selected training systems integrator, ExecutiveBiz reported Tuesday.

Aviation Week reported Monday that Gene Colabatistto, president of CAE’s defense and security group, noted that the company’s role of systems integrator works to enable longer-term partnerships with customers.

The report said CAE will help build, operate and maintain the training system for the UAE as part of the new contract, which Colabatistto has indicated facilitates a new business model away from the traditional equipment-supply framework.

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