Welcoming Jun Hibbard: CEO of Smart Innovation Joins Vita Industrial’s Construction Advisory Council
un Hibbard, CEO of Smart Innovation, joins Vita Industrial's Construction Advisory Council to drive global growth in the Indo-Pacific region by implementing advanced autonomous lifting solutions, addressing challenges and ensuring faster, safer construction operations.
Welcoming Jun Hibbard: Smart Innovation Executive Joins Vita Industrial's Construction Advisory Council
As the innovative landscape of the construction industry continues to evolve, staying ahead requires a keen eye for smart advancements and a commitment to embracing new technologies. Vita Industrial, known for providing businesses with intelligent lifting solutions to improve workplace safety, efficiency, and profitability, has consistently sought out exceptional professionals to enrich its advisory council. The addition of Jun Hibbard is a testament to the company's dedication to staying at the forefront of industry advancements. By joining forces with Vita Industrial, Jun aims to leverage her expertise and contribute to the company's global growth strategy by expanding their reach into the Indo-Pacific region.
As the CEO of Smart Innovation, a renowned global organization driving cutting-edge advancements across industries, Jun has been recognized as a key figure in driving innovation within the construction sector. With a track record of successful projects and a deep understanding of emerging trends, Jun is well-positioned to guide Vita Industrial toward new opportunities.
“In the years ahead, the Indo-Pacific region will drive as much as two-thirds of global economic growth. We will see more and more construction activities in the region, and the community needs advanced tools like Vita’s intelligent lifting solutions to build in a speedy and safer way.”
“I am excited to support Vita, and connect the best technologies with the stakeholders in the region. We together will deliver growth in the region faster and safer.”
As in any industry, while there are exciting innovations and advancements, there are also many challenges. The construction industry is no exception, especially within the Indo-Pacific region.
“In the construction industry in the Indo-Pacific region, we see various challenges. The aging of skilled workers in the construction industry, the labor shortage including hard to attract young people to the industry, and the low productivity across the region, in Japan specifically, the construction industry is facing urgent pressure in preparation for the maximum working hour regulations applicable from April 2024.”
However, Jun is excited to be collaborating with Vita Industrial to meet these challenges and provide the region with efficient and safe lifting solutions.
“I expect to see more autonomous solutions applied to the construction industry.
Like Vita's advanced proven autonomous lifting technology, the Vita Load Navigator, these solutions make the crane operation faster and safer with fewer working hours and operators for the crane tasks; and a safer and happier team to deliver sustainable growth.”
Jun’s forward-thinking mindset, coupled with a keen understanding of industry challenges, has garnered her a reputation as a visionary leader. By joining Vita Industrial's Construction Advisory Council, she looks forward to channeling her expertise into ensuring Vita Industrial maintains its competitive edge and reach in an ever-evolving global market.
“The entire team of Vita Industrial is honored that Jun Hibbard has committed her time to provide regular guidance and strategic advice to our company,” said Casey Savlov, EVP of Vita Industrial. “This commitment from Jun validates that Vita Load Navigators are ideal tools to support the great developments across the Indo-Pacific region. Building faster and safer is key in today’s economic climate. We are excited to expand further into this region with Jun’s guidance. We are thrilled to have Jun join Vita’s Construction Advisory Council.”
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About Vita Inclinata
A friend’s death during a rescue operation—with a helicopter close but unable to stabilize due to weather and terrain—was the genesis of Vita Inclinata. Founded in 2015 as a way to solve a real problem, Vita today controls swinging and spinning of loads, adding safety and precision for cranes as well as rotor-wing and fixed-wing Search and Rescue aircraft. With the mission of “Bring them home, every time,” Vita’s technology changes the narrative while saving lives,time, and money across all sectors that involve lifting operations including construction, energy, ports, search and rescue, military, firefighting, andpublic safety. The company is headquartered in Broomfield, Colorado, with offices in Washington, DC, and Huntsville, Alabama. For more information, please visit www.vitatech.co and www.vitaindustrial.co.