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Competigenics Earth, LLC: Aerospace and Aviation Safety Now “Global”


ATLANTA - The 2003 breakup of Space Shuttle Columbia, the 2006 loss of a regional airliner in Lexington, Kentucky, and various general aviation mishaps highlight the adverse effects of human implementation failure. To provide an additional layer of protection against losses to life and property, Competigenics Earth, LLC is introducing an innovative, “global” approach to aerospace and aviation safety.

Entitled “Aerospace and Aviation EIE,” this new consultation will be available in Atlanta, Georgia in July and Denver, Colorado later this year. The consultation’s “EIE” designator is an acronym for “Expanded Implementation Envelope” and it incorporates the fact that globalization now mandates an across-the-board commitment to implementation. Consequently, adherence to the concepts and practices underlying effective implementation cannot be localized to a specific operational environment but must be a manifestation of a broader mindset, culture, and lifestyle.

Unlike FAA-modeled training or safety courses, the consultation does not replicate flight-related conditions or address safety rules or operational procedures. Instead, it emphasizes reasoning, judgment, implementation adeptness, and overall solution competence in non-flight-related environments so an individual does not have to adopt a “flight-related persona.” In essence, because the flight-related environment does not represent a marked departure from an individual’s natural mindset, culture, and lifestyle, it ceases to be an artificial setting to which an individual must perpetually re-adapt.

To foster a globalized outlook, the consultation is built upon the same Cryptography-based Global Competitiveness (CGC) concepts as the company’s other consultations. CGC is a universally applicable field the company developed to increase individual solution competence and it consists of uniquely interpreted principles of economics, branding, and logic as well as more conventional influences from engineering, astrophysics, law, and other areas. According to company CEO Michael D’Angelo, “because it logically dovetails with operational safety, no modifications to CGC were necessary. At the same time, CGC’s malleability enabled us to fortify our consultation techniques to meet the demands of aerospace and aviation.”

Although available to design and policy individuals, the consultation was developed for persons who frequently implement in real-time or compressed-time situations. This group includes mission directors, flight controllers, operators of manned and unmanned flight vehicles and equipment, air-traffic controllers, commercial, military, and general aviation pilots, flight attendants, mechanics, and technicians.

Competigenics Earth, LLC ( is a global competitiveness solutions company.



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