Aircraft Towing Systems World Wide LLC receives last delivery of Polish steel for future underground channelNearly Ready to Build Aircraft Towing Systems’ Underground Channel! — Aircraft Towing Systems World Wide LLC
ARDMORE, Oklahoma (04/13/2020) — Aircraft Towing Systems World Wide LLC CEO/Vice President Vince Howie recently climbed aboard the company’s newly …Aircraft Towing Systems’ Purchase of an Abandoned Boeing 727 Reveals Aviation History from 2007 at Ardmore Industrial Airpark
Aircraft Towing Systems World Wide LLC CEO/Vice President Vince Howie stands before a Boeing 727 at Ardmore Industrial Airpark in Ardmore, Oklahoma. The plane will be used to test and demonstrate how ATS moves aircraft autonomously using a rail system located in a channel just below the surface of select portions of an airport’s taxiways and gates.
EDMOND, OK (3/10/2020) — Aircraft Towing Systems World Wide LLC (ATS) has transformed from a Polish inventor’s dream into an exciting ongoing creative venture with Oklahoma State University’s New Product Development Center (NPDC).
The OSU team’s innovative research, development and design for the revolutionary transportation system has transitioned into the construction phase of the prototype and test site. Designed to move aircraft to and from airport taxiways and gates without the use of a jet’s main engines, ATS’ R&D evolution has been led by OSU NPDC Director Robert Taylor, Ph.D.
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Oklahoma State University’s New Product Development Center’s Collaboration with Aircraft Towing Systems leads to pro-type test launch in Spring
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Aircraft Towing Systems Digs in to Install Proto-type at Ardmore Airpark
Aircraft Towing Systems World Wide LLC, kicked up some dirt with a backhoe delivered Thursday to the Ardmore Airpark.
The machine-made room for the installation of an innovative system designed to transport aircraft from the runway via the taxiway to the airport gates and back to the runway — all without using the aircraft’s main engine.
ATS is an U.S. company formed in Oklahoma in June 2016. It has both foreign and U.S. ownership. It’s leasing ramp space at the airport and will soon install a full-scale working prototype to test the research and design work performed on contract by Oklahoma State University’s New Product Development Center.
Once realized, the potential positive impact of using ATS could one day improve aviation safety, save fuel and time between takeoffs, as well as reduce harmful emissions and noise at airports worldwide.
An electric-powered, fully automated system, ATS’ tow dolly, pull cart and channel can be configured for gate push-back only or for the entire airport. ATS plans to unveil the prototype by spring.
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Sherry Kast, APR, Fellow PRSA, to Speak at AWC Meeting Nov. 6th
By Kevan Goff-Parker
AWC Board Member
Sherry Kast, an Accredited Public Relations practitioner and Fellow PRSA, will share how “Landing on Your Feet: How to Succeed Amid Challenge and Change” has been essential during her nearly 30-year journey as one of Oklahoma’s top PR superstars during a meeting of the Association of Women in Communications from 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Nov. 6 at Dunlap Codding, 609 W. Sheridan Ave. in Oklahoma City.
Formerly a vice president with True Sky Credit Union, Kast has navigated a constantly changing communications industry – learning invaluable insights along the way. As a female entrepreneur with Cherokee heritage, she understands the struggles faced by women and minorities trying to make a difference in today’s world. Although her journey hasn’t been without obstacles, Kast is known for her ability to land on her feet, no matter how high the hurdle.
Recognized for her collaborative leadership style and dedication to her craft, Kast has earned her more than 75 awards for her work in writing, marketing, communications and PR – making her a walking trophy case of success. She was also inducted into the PRSA College of Fellows in 2016.
Kast is also the president of Kast Publishing, LLC, which she established in September 2009. Dedicated to supporting her community and honoring her Native American heritage, the publishing company also raises money for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, among other charities.
Today, Kast is the author of “A Soldier’s Silent Prayer,” the survival story of World War II Veteran Philip Coon and has published “Warrior Forgotten,” “Incredible Images,” “Hope Survives” and will release “Scenes from Cherokee Country” next month.
The event is free for AWC members and $10 for nonmembers. Sponsored by Moore Laundry, a baked potato bar will be offered along with drinks and desserts. To register: https://bit.ly/35CS5Qc.
- I am the scholarship chair for the Association of Women in Communications.
- I am a member of the board of directors for TEEN EmPower.
- I am a former board member of the Society of Professional Journalists of Oklahoma and previously served as president of the chapter.
- From September 2006 to 2009, I was a member and college student mentor for the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA)-Puget Sound Chapter.
- From 1993 to 2006, I served in various leadership positions, including President of PRSA-OKC from 2000-2001.
- From 2004 to 2005, I was part of the Center for Nonprofits Volunteer for Marketing Campaign.
- In 2003, I served as Publicity Chair of Region 8 Conference for SPJ OKC.
- From 1999 to 2000, I served on the Oklahoma City Public Schools Foundation, principal for a day program.
- From 1999 to 2001, I was an Oklahoma Knowledge Works, Executive Committee Member.
- From 1999 to 2001, I served the OKC Chamber of Commerce as a member of the Board of Advisors.
- From 1997 to 2001, I served as the Association of Women in Communications both as a member and officer. I was president of the OU Chapter from 1986-1988.
- From 1999 to 2000, I served as a Positive Tomorrows Board Member.
- From 1999 to 2001, I served as an Economics America Board Member.
- From 1993 to 1994, I served the Myriad Gardens Conservatory as the Newsletter Chair and as a Board Member.
- From 1991 to 1993, I served the American Cancer Society as a Great American Smokeout Committee Member.