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Innovational Musings

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Jerry W. Saveriano

Innovational Musings

The purpose of this blog is to explore and discuss innovation and entrepreneurship, beginning  with a history of innovation in the Willamette Valley and expanding from there.

It’s called Innovational Musings because innovational is to innovation as inspirational is to inspiration. Innovational is a little used but acceptable word meaning, to me,  inspired innovation. I used the term musings, because these are not meant to be scholarly pieces, merely thoughts and considerations meant to encourage discussion and further research.

Please fell free to comment below and add your own stories and musings.


Jerry W.  Saveriano

Sanda Communications


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Unique Forms of Continuity in Space depicts a human-like figure seemingly flying or gliding through air. A clinging drapery whips back around his legs, giving the sculpture an aerodynamic and fluid form. Instead of a traditional pedestal, the figure is only bound to the ground by two blocks at his feet. The figure is also armless and without a discernibly real face.

Unique Forms of Continuity in Space , 1913 (Italian: Forme uniche della continuità nello spazio) is a bronze Futurist sculpture by Umberto Boccioni. It is seen as an expression of movement and fluidity. Boccioni rejected traditional sculpture and depictions to create this piece and it is seen as a masterpiece of Futurism.[1] The sculpture is depicted on the obverse of the Italian-issue 20 cent euro coin.

About me


Jerry W. Saveriano is president of Sanda Communications, a marketing, advertising and public relations agency that works with many high tech and software clients.

For over twenty-five years, Saveriano has consulted and lectured internationally on advanced automation topics such as CAD/CAM, robotics and Artificial Intelligence. He was Industrial Editor of Robotics Age magazine, founding Chairman of the Southern California Chapter of Robotics International and wrote the Pioneers of Robotics article in the Encyclopedia of Robotics published by John Wiley & Sons in 1988.

He has taught short courses on intelligent machine in space, in combat and undersea applications at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, Calif., the Institute of Artificial Intelligence, the University of California at Los Angeles, the University of California at Riverside and in Sao Paulo, Brazil. He has also led seminars and workshops on a number of automation topics throughout the United States as well as in London, Paris, Copenhagen and Tokyo.

Jerry served as the founding chairman of Robotics International’s Southern California Chapter, the second such chapter in the United States. He founded the first SME Maquiladora chapter in San Diego and Tijuana, Mexico. He also worked as an industrial liaison for research and development in the robotics lab at the University of Southern California

Saveriano has published dozens of technology and business articles. He has written two technology opinion columns on Robotics and Geomatics. His “E-This” electronic column for the Software Association of Oregon in the year 2000 was an early Blog.

He serves as an adviser and director of several high tech companies and organizations.

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