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Latitude Episode 38: Blockchain For Parts? Moog In Buffalo Thinks So!

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Moog Inc. is a worldwide leader in motion and fluid controls for the aerospace, defense, and medical devices. They’re also headquartered in WNY.

This week on the podcast we talk with Jim Regenor, Business Unit Director & Transformative Technologies at Moog Inc. Jim and his team are pioneering blockchain implementation so a future of customers being able to manufacture Moog certified parts anywhere around the world is just around the corner.

Jim talks about the blockchain, his 30-year career in the United States Air Force and how Buffalo could be poised to be a leader in Blockchain development if it plays its cards right.


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