Cutting the Fossil Fuel Tether

Rising gas prices, along with environmental concerns and governmental regulations, have amplified interest in reducing fossil fuel consumption, in part by transitioning to electric vehicles. A CTMA collaboration has helped America move closer to accomplishing this goal. Launched in 2021 and scheduled to wrap up in early 2023, the collaboration—Electric Propulsion and Storage Technologies to […]

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Joint Intermittent Testing Working Group Announces Two New Military Performance Specifications (MIL-PRF) for Electronic Test Equipment

The Joint Intermittent Testing Working Group (JIT WG) announced that MIL-PRF-32516A and MIL-PRF-32516/1 were both published on August 4, 2022. These new specifications represent new standards for electronic test equipment that must be met by military personnel who work on diagnosing intermittent faults. MIL-PRF-32516A “Electronic Test Equipment, Intermittent Fault Diagnostic (Electrical)” supersedes the March 2015 […]

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NCMS Investigates Best Practices for Technology Transition

The term “valley of death” is used throughout the business world to describe the difficulty of developing, demonstrating, and scaling promising new inventions into sustained use. The term is ubiquitous because only a tiny percentage makes the journey. Many have tried, but most have failed. In the summer of 2022, two NCMS interns, Katie Wells […]

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Meet Globe Tech

Over the last twenty years, what was once a one room tool and die shop has grown to a world-class facility with more than 70 diverse and dynamic employees. Globe Tech was founded in 2003, and although its core business has evolved, its primary principle remains unchanged: Globe Tech serves those who serve. As a […]

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