Airbus launches Silicon Valley office to disrupt itself

Earlier this year, we attended the opening launch of Airbus’s new Silicon Valley office, and its innovation organization A³ (pronounced “A cubed”). At the company’s elegant and edgy workspace, leading venture capitalists, technology developers like Qualcomm, and the CEOs of hardware innovators like ...

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