Gregory Ouillon | SITA

 
Chief Technology Officer, SITAONAIR
Gregory Ouillon

Greg was appointed Chief Technology Officer in September 2015, managing all technology, platforms and services across SITAONAIR’s portfolio.

Greg brings more than 25 years of experience in engineering, service creation and high tech product management in IT, communications and aviation. With his extensive service provider experience, Greg enjoys turning advanced business strategies and technology into global services.

Most recently, Greg was managing SITA’s Airport and Network engineering and since 2011, he spearheaded SITA’s ATI Cloud portfolio and platform development as well as the e-Aircraft™ Innovation program.

Prior to joining SITA back in 2006, Greg held several executive positions at SITA, Equant and Orange Business Services. He was global head of Engineering, Service Creation, Customer solutions, Innovation, and also had Product and P&L responsibility for two Business Lines.

A French national, he holds an Engineering Masters in Telecommunications from Telecom ParisTech.

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Flying data centers

Published on  10 November 2016 08:26  by Gregory Ouillon

From predictive analytics on the aircraft itself, to real-time information being pushed to the pilot and crew in-flight, SITAONAIR’s CTO, Gregory Ouillon, outlines the plethora of functionalities in today’s connected aircraft that provide passengers with a better travel experience.

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Connected aircraft - if it's inevitable, why is it taking so long?

Published on  25 September 2014 08:52  by Gregory Ouillon

Make no mistake: the future of 'connected aircraft everywhere' is inevitable. In-flight and on the ground, digitalization is a need for passengers and airlines alike.

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