In this Q & A with Bryan Goldstein, General Manager of the Aerospace and Defense business unit at AnalogDevices,he discusses how innovations such as Gallium Nitride (GaN) technology is driving the radio frequency (RF) and microwave market and, in turn, radar and electronic warfare designs. He also comments on theevolution in defense procurement. Edited excerpts [...]
U.S. warfighters often sing the praises of unmanned ground vehicles like iRobot’s 510 PackBot because it saves lives in areas such as improvised explosive device detection (IED). In this Q&A with Tim Trainer, Vice President, Robotics Products International, iRobot Defense & Security business unit in Bedford, Mass., he discusses how UGVs have impacted the warfighter [...]
The impetus for the Quantum3D product lines acquisition, in one word: "Synergy" - Q&A with Ray Niacaris, Director of Operations and Sales at IData Visual Systems Inc., a subsidiary of ENSCO Inc.
Ray Niacaris elaborates on ENSCO's acquisition of IData and IGL 178 product lines, and the forthcoming implications of IData Visual Systems Inc. on the HMI market.
Editor Chris Ciufo caught up with Ken LaBel of NASA to get the “411” on NASA's NEPP components engineering program and sister group, NEPAG. Meanwhile, NEPP’s multifaceted “mission” includes: analyzing and testing nascent (even commercial) technologies for radiation tolerance; developing qualification insurance guidance; and making its testing results public.