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70 DESIGN007 MAGAZINE I OCTOBER 2019 MilAero007 Highlights in 87 non-traditional DoD vendors, including 43 contracting with the DoD for the first time. Electrolube Awarded Health & Safety Standard ISO 45001 E Electrolube has been awarded the new global standard for Occupational Health and Safety, the ISO 45001. Raytheon-Flexradio Team to Develop Airborne High-frequency Radio E Raytheon will develop and qualify a high-fre- quency radio under a $36 million Project Agree- ment through an Other Transaction Agreement with Consortium Management Group. iNEMI Publishes Organic PCB and Power Conversion Electronics Chapters From the 2019 Roadmap E The International Electronics Manufacturing Initiative (iNEMI) has announced the publica- tion of the Organic PCB and Power Conversion Electronics chapters of the 2019 roadmap. Amphenol Invotec to Exhibit at Space Tech Expo Europe E Amphenol Invotec will be showcasing its PCBs alongside the extended range of interconnect solutions available from Amphenol for the space sector at Europe's largest B2B space event—the Space Tech Expo in Bremen, Ger- many, from November 19–21, 2019. The Top Trends of 2019: The Year of 5G, Autonomy, and the Edge E If 2018 was a stellar year for tech IPOs, 2019 promises to be spectacular. Backed by valu- ations in the $100-billion category, unicorn start-ups like Uber, Airbnb, Pinterest, and Lyft are gearing up to launch IPOs. American Standard Circuits Recertified to AS9100D & ISO 9001: 2015 E American Standard Circuits received their three-year recertification to AS9100D & ISO 9001: 2015 from the certifying body Intertek. The company continues to realize performance improvements as the QMS matures and evolves to support the rapidly growing company. BAE Systems on Track to Put Augmented Reality Technology Into a headset the Size of a Regular Pair of Glasses E BAE Systems has finalized the prototype of its augmented reality (AR) glasses in the form of a lightweight headset, bringing its engineers one step closer to creating one of the highest per- forming, brightest, and most durable AR glass- es in the market. IPC Panel on Bottom-terminated Components E During the IPC Summer Meetings in Raleigh, North Carolina, Andy Shaughnessy sat down with Tom Rovere, a materials and process engi- neer at Lockheed Martin in Owego, New York. They explored a panel discussion on bottom- terminated components (BTCs) that Tom par- ticipated in as well as the challenges and is- sues related to BTCs and the important role that designers play in that process. Defense Speak Interpreted: Other Transaction Authority E DIU grants contracts under a joint OTA and a parallel process called commercial solutions opening. Most of the five DIU focus areas de- pend on electronics: artificial intelligence (AI), autonomy, cyber, human systems, and space. At the end of 2018, DIU had funded 104 contracts with a total value of $354 million and brought

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