PRESS RELEASE: GPMS Appoints Sergio Traldi as European Sales Agent for the Foresight MX HUMS

August 5 2021
PRESS RELEASE: GPMS Appoints Sergio Traldi as European Sales Agent for the Foresight MX HUMS

Cornwall, VT – Helicopter health monitoring leader GPMS announced today that it has appointed Sergio Traldi as a Sales Agent for the European region.

The company is expanding overseas distribution for Foresight MX, its predictive health and usage monitoring system for rotorcraft. Foresight MX provides Engine and Component Vibration Monitoring with Remaining Useful Life estimates on all monitored components, Rotor Track and Balance, and Flight Data Monitoring with exceedance alerting.

Jed Kalkstein, GPMS’s President, said, “Sergio’s international aviation and business leadership experience are very impressive. He has demonstrated skills in assessing customers requirements and finding solutions to meet their technical and operational needs. We value this consultative sales approach at GPMS.”

Traldi, based in France, is an engineer with more than thirty years experience in aeronautics and defence. Past roles include program management and business development positions with a major European helicopter OEM as well as independent avionics companies.

“The capabilities of the GPMS Foresight HUMS solution are extremely impressive and the opportunities in Europe for the adoption of HUMS are extensive,” said Traldi. “I look forward to introducing this next generation system and giving my customers a competitive advantage.”

About GPMS International, Inc.

GPMS offers a next generation, predictive Health and Usage Monitoring System designed to give rotorcraft operators the power to “Know it before it matters.” Its flagship Foresight™ service provides Machine Condition Monitoring, Rotor Track and Balance and Helicopter Flight Data Monitoring. Fully predictive, Foresight offers insights needed to optimize maintenance, safety and operations. GPMS has re-engineered the HUMS category to put its advantages within reach of every operator, making all helicopters smarter and more connected. To learn why today’s fleets depend on Foresight, visit