Supplier News

  1. What You Should Know About S1000D™: The Background And Benefits Of This Revolutionary Standard
    For those in the technical publications field, there is a minor revolution coming your way. The minor revolution is called S1000D™. You may have heard the name S1000D™ before, but may not be sure exactly what it means.
  2. Surfware Announces Live Demonstration Of SURFCAM Velocity Powered By TrueMill At WESTEC 2008
    Surfware, Inc., developer of SURFCAM CAD/CAM systems, recently announced that it will demonstrate the latest TrueMill® patent pending technology with live machining demonstrations at WESTEC 2008
  3. Microscan Appoints New Company President
    Microscan, a leading manufacturer of automation technology equipment, announces the appointment of Jeff Timms as the company President, effective January 1, 2008.
  4. Profile: DSI's Special Products Group
    The Special Products Group of Deposition Sciences Inc. has contributed to high technology aerospace and defense programs that incorporate our leading edge thin film coatings, including dielectric filters, neutral density filters, optics for night vision, UV filters, optical mirrors for special applications and heat resistant coatings which characterize DSI's superb coating durability and stability
  5. Why Data Matrix Sets The Standard For Challenging Item By Laura Hoffman, Microscan
    Data Matrix sets the standard for reliable, accurate and space-efficient identification. In fact, it is the standard specified by the Electronic Industries Association (EIA), Semiconductor Equipment Manufacturer’s Institute (SEMI), Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG), Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE), NASA, the Air Transport Association (ATA) and the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD), for meeting a variety of item traceability and lifetime identification requirements. Submitted by Microscan
  6. Application Note: Lightning Protection For Aircraft Electrical Power And Data Communication Systems
    A jetliner is struck by lightning at least once every 1,000 flying hours while safely transporting passengers and crew to their destination. Within its thin metal and composite shell, tens of thousands of sensitive semiconductor chips are performing critical functions from navigation to jet engine controls...
  7. SMART Freeze-Dryer Yields 78% Reduction in Development Time
    Development scientists in the R&D divisions of two leading life sciences organizations found that SMART Freeze-Dryer Technology from FTS Systems reduced their cycle development timetable by an average of 78%, and paid for itself in less than 3 months
  8. Northrop Grumman Delivers Its Newest Navigation System For Flight Testing On Navy's F-5 Fighter
    The first unit of Northrop Grumman Corporation's newest fiber optic gyro-inertial navigation system, the LN-260, has been delivered to the U.S. Navy for flight testing on its F-5 Tiger II Adversary Fleet Support Fighter
  9. New VirTis® Advantage Plus Benchtop Freeze Dryers Provide Greater Capacity And Improved Controls
    SP Industries has expanded their VirTis brand AdVantage Series of BenchTop Freeze Dryers. Featuring the latest advancements in benchtop freeze drying, the new state-of-the-art AdVantage Plus is available with up to three fluid cooled shelves which maintain a more precise level of temperature control previously available only in pilot/production scale units
  10. 10 Questions To Ask Yourself Before Jumping On Board The RFID Bandwagon
    While RFID has proven to be a valuable tool in many industries and has several advantages over the bar code, implementing an RFID solution may not be appropriate for your business from the payback perspective. Whether your investigation of RFID solutions is voluntary or involuntary, as in the cases of Wal-Mart and Department of Defense (DoD) mandates, there are ten key questions that you can ask yourself to help determine your RFID application's payback. Submitted by American Barcode and RFID