Tag: Aerospace + Defense

Military Agencies Boost Drone Defenses

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Military Agencies Boost Drone Defenses

Nancy Friedrich 2020.06.30

The advancement of drones created a new tool but also a very effective threat or weapon. Drones can perform intelligence gathering for foes or cause harm in myriad ways. Defense forces must be able to

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#Aerospace + Defense

Smart Field Tests for Smarter Airports

RF + Microwave

Smart Field Tests for Smarter Airports

Sarah Gross 2020.06.30

Air travel will get a facelift in the near future thanks to modern technologies like the Internet of Things (IoT) and 5G. Smart airports will improve passengers’ travel experiences and make operations

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#FieldFox #Handheld #Aerospace + Defense

The Battle for Space Dominance

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The Battle for Space Dominance

Nancy Friedrich 2020.06.30

Aerospace defense organizations stand to gain impressive benefits by deploying new satellite systems and capabilities. Yet these systems also invite new and increased cybersecurity concerns, which are

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#Aerospace + Defense

Fixture Identification made simple with RFID

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Fixture Identification made simple with RFID

Kwan Wee Lee 2020.06.25

How are you tagging your production test fixtures today? Still using those barcode labels that constantly peels off by itself or getting defaced? Hard-wired identification code inside a Test Fixture O

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#Automotive + Energy #Manufacturing Test #In-Circuit Test Systems #Design + Automation #Aerospace + Defense

Commercial SmallSats Expand NASA Knowledge Bank

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Commercial SmallSats Expand NASA Knowledge Bank

Nancy Friedrich 2020.05.31

With the success of NASA’s and SpaceX’s recent Dragon launch, much excitement and attention are now focused on human space travel. Recently, I wrote a blog about how NASA’s commercial collaborations a

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#Aerospace + Defense

U.S. Launch Signals Agency and Commercial Collaboration

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U.S. Launch Signals Agency and Commercial Collaboration

Nancy Friedrich 2020.05.27

In 2011, the United States National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) announced that it was retiring its Space Shuttle program. Although U.S. astronauts continued participating in programs a

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#Aerospace + Defense