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  • When it Comes to Counterfeit Part Prevention, Semantics Matter

    The legislation put forth in the 2012 and 2013 National Defense Authorization Acts (NDAA) has gradually solidified into law resulting in the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) which is now considered the standard for counterfeit prevention. While these measures have reduced the risk of counterfeit parts flooding the supply chain, the specific terminology in the published DFAR regulations have caused confusion and misinterpretation because they lack some common industry terminology.

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  • Kevin Sink
  • Sensor Efficiency and Accuracy Were Key Interests at Sensors Expo and Conference

    TTI Specialists attended and exhibited at the recent Sensors Expo and Conference in San Jose, California. The three-day industry event focused exclusively on sensors and sensor-integrated systems, a rapidly growing market segment. The Sensor Expo is the leading event in North America for examining solutions to present challenges and exploring sensing technologies driving tomorrow’s solutions. MarketEYE sat down with Brian Wellhouse to get his key insights from the show.

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  • Brian Wellhouse
  • Weekly Global Update for August 17, 2016

    China/Taiwan and Europe Updates; 2H’16 Spending Surge Expected From Samsung, TSMC and Intel; Japan SEMI Equipment and Flat Panel Display Monthly Orders & Shipments; Ultra HD TV panel shipments reached 24.8 million units in 1H’16

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  • Walt D. Custer
  • Market Update: Commercial Aviation

    The worldwide demand for commercial airliners is booming. In 2015, Boeing and Airbus combined built a total of 1,397 aircraft. According to the Wall Street Journal, both companies are putting in automation on their production lines, from robots to exoskeletons for the workers, to increase their output. They intend to increase their unit volume production by about 33% each year until 2020 to reach a combined output of 1,800 planes per year (an average of 150 planes per month). They are each currently producing an average of 58 planes per month.

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  • Ronald E. Bishop