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72 PCB007 MAGAZINE I SEPTEMBER 2021 providers, there are several steps that should be followed to ensure a successful product build. Catching Up With AMI's Jim Barry E Jim recently accepted the position as vice president of business development at AMI in Maine. He discusses the company's plans, including its move deeper into the mil/aero market. Micross, C-MAC Partner to Service U.K. Aerospace and Defense Market E Micross Components Ltd., a leading glob- al provider of mission-critical microelectron- ic components and services for high-reliability aerospace, defense, space, and industrial appli- cations, based at Norwich, U.K., and C-MAC Electromag BVBA are pleased to announce a formal partnership, to offer a greater range of products and services to the U.K. Aerospace & Defense industry. Adventures in Engineering: A Purpose-Driven Prototype E Prototyping, simulation's fraternal twin, born from a desire for a finished product is a com- mon methodology employed in PCB/PCBA development. Aside from merely being a means to an end, what is your prototype meant to accomplish? TT Electronics Appoints Emma Darke as Group Sustainability Director E TT Electronics, a global provider of engi- neered electronics for performance-critical applications, announced the appointment of its first-ever Group Sustainability Director. XRF Analysis Adds to Spirit's Test Services E Spirit's new Hitachi EA6000VX bench analyzer can inspect the material composition of your product. XRF inspection is essential in mili- tary and aerospace supply chains to verify that leads and finishes contain the correct ratio of lead to prevent whiskering. Electronics Industry Summit With U.S. DoD Spawns More Dialogue, Collaboration E e U.S. Government, the electronics indus- try, and academia must continue to step up their joint efforts to address risks and gaps in the defense electronics supply chain. Defense Speak Interpreted: Decoding the Military's COCOM E Have you ever followed Defense activities around the world and been confused by terms like CENTCOM or SOUTHCOM? Who's in charge of worldwide Defense activities—just "a big guy at the top" or regional command- ers? How do Army, Navy, and Air Force stay coordinated around the world in various geog- raphies? Communicating Effectively with EMS Providers E For the past several decades, OEMs have used outside EMS providers to build a multitude of products from PCBAs to complete box and cable assemblies. Communicating effectively is the key to success in getting products from concept to reality. For companies that want to form a good working relationship with EMS

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