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5G Standards require compliant testing and new Test and Measurement solutions for Assurance

People demand the best in performance when it comes to wireless technology. New 5G advancements allow speeds up to 100 times faster than existing cellular connections and latency in the 1-millisecond range, 5G will even surpass the current capabilities of physical fiber optics.   5G technology is driving major changes …

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R&D performance measurement and benchmarking

There are many definitions of technological innovation: “technological innovation is a process which includes the technical, design, manufacturing, management and commercial activities involved in the marketing of a new (or improved) product or the first use of a new (or improved) manufacturing process or equipment”   A national system of innovation, “is that …

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Safety Analysis tools Failure Mode and Effect Analysis (FMEA) and Fault tree Analysis (FTA) avoid potential error, failure, or defect in mission-critical or safety-critical systems

The design, acquisition, and operation of products and systems intended for defense applications must understandably meet some of the strictest reliability standards of any industry or sector. When it comes to a mission-critical apparatus, failure of any type can lead to unacceptable and devastating consequences. For this reason, the Department …

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Magnesium Alloys in Military Applications

Magnesium alloys are mixtures of magnesium (the lightest structural metal) with other metals called an alloy. Magnesium alloys are well-known for being the lightest structural alloys. They are made of magnesium, the lightest structural metal, mixed with other metal elements to improve the physical properties. These elements include manganese, aluminum, …

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US DOD’s DIU accelerating DOD adoption of commercial technologies, transformation of military capacity and capability and strengthen the national security innovation base

Historically and during the cold war military technology programs drove many commercial successes like Nuclear power, GPS, Internet, Computers, Jet Engines, semiconductor and integrated circuits, and these were driven by Department of Defense’s comprehensive and well-resourced investment plans.   The internet grew out of a military research project.  Global Positioning System …

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Organ-On-Chip technology and Market

In the UK, there are some 7,000 people on the list who are in dire need of organ transplants and In the US, the number awaiting transplant is around 120,000, with 20 dying each day for want of an organ. Current organ transplant patients have to take immunosuppressant drugs all …

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DFM/DFA/DFx optimize product development and Manufacturing

The last few decades have brought several new challenges for manufacturing companies. Technology and improvements in transportation of goods has enabled companies to source parts globally. This has also resulted in more manufacturers having entered the market place.   Competition for business is fierce. Manufacturing companies in the developing world …

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Silicon Lifecycle Management (SLM)

Product Lifecycle Management offerings have helped companies manage their product lifecycles for decades, reducing costs, improving quality, and making customers happy. Silicon Lifecycle Management (SLM) is applying such processes in the semiconductor industry for the manufacture of silicon chips.   Semiconductor development is currently in one of its periodic crises, …

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Sales and operations planning (S&OP) to Integrated Sales, Inventory, Operations and Planning (SIOP) process

Sales and operations planning (S&OP) is an integrated planning process that aligns demand, supply, and financial planning and is managed as part of a company’s master planning. S&OP is designed and executed to support executive decision-making related to approving a feasible and profitable material and financial plan.   The sales …

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PCB Design consideration for aerospace and military applications

Printed circuit boards (PCBs) are the foundational building block of most modern electronic devices on which all of the other electronic components are assembled onto. A circuit card is a thin, flat piece of dielectric material that has conductive paths or traces etched on it. These conductive circuits – usually …

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