The document offers a consensual framework to identify
“CATA is concerned that the Canadian government has not clearly identified its future endeavors with space exploration. Without a structured plan in place, we risk losing our share of the $200-billion global market in space projects,” says Barry Gander, Executive Vice President, CATA. “Canadian firms are currently global market leaders in regional aircraft, business jets, commercial helicopters, small gas turbine engines, flight simulation, landing gear, and space applications. We need to ensure that our position remains competitive at a global level in the decades to come.”
As a call-to-action, the manifesto also clarifies current threats to
To gather public opinion on the manifesto CATA has partnered with Chide.it, a new-age internet software company that focuses on empowering feedback. Chide.it offers everything from easily accessible survey tools and widgets to collaboration lounges, where a series of documents can be reviewed. For this specific project, Chide.it has set-up a lounge for viewers to access the manifesto and make comments or suggestions.
"Chide.it gathers data, analyzes it, and then takes action on it. We offer a one-stop solution for feedback needs, enabling decision makers to formulate imperative decisions in the quickest and most effective time possible,” says Aydin Mirazee.
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To view the manifesto and contribute a response or idea, please visit http://dev.chide.it/lounge/17/.