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86 PCB007 MAGAZINE I MAY 2022 Calumet Electronics Chooses Fully Automated atg A9a Flying Probe for High-Speed Electrical Test E atg Luther & Maelzer GmbH confirms delivery of high-speed bare board testing technology to PCB fabricator Calumet Electronics, in Calumet, MI. The Reality of Regulated Manufacturing E Nolan Johnson speaks with Ryan Bonner, CEO of DEFCERT, about government regulations for data and cybersecurity. A key component of moving to a digital factory will be to ensure security of the data required to operate a dig- ital factory, and most importantly, customer design data. Ultra and Sparton JV (ERAPSCO) Awarded $11.6M for U.S. Navy Production Contract E Ultra Electronics Holdings plc (ULE) and Sparton DLS, LLC announce the award of a contract valued at $11.6 million to their ERAP- SCO joint venture, against the $222 million competitive Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) production contract for the manufacture of next-generation sonobuoys for the United States Navy. Boeing, AWS Join Forces to Transform Aerospace Design and Manufacturing E Amazon Web Services, Inc. (AWS), an Ama- zon.com, Inc. company, and Boeing announced an expanded relationship that extends the aerospace leader's existing cloud operations and streamlines Boeing's approach to cloud computing. The Government Circuit: Robust U.S. Electronics Industry in Everyone's Interest E I've been saying for months that decisions made in 2022 will be critical to the future of electronics manufacturing for years to come. Aer years of government policy neglect, we have unprecedented opportunities to make things better and position the industry for long-term success. But we certainly cannot take this progress for granted; we must pull together and work for it. Standard of Excellence: From Adversaries to Collaborators— Let's Do This Together E Because of the results of the pandemic, we are experiencing shortages like we have never faced in our lifetime. erefore, it is more impor- tant than ever that we all work together—and I really do mean all of us. ose of us who fab- ricate PCBs must open our minds and doors to the idea of working together. Where for so many years we competed to the point of treat- ing one another as adversaries, we now must come together to form a cohesive partnership. Elbit Systems UK JV Introduces Sustainable Aviation Pathfinder for Ministry of Defence E Elbit Systems UK and KBR Inc's joint ven- ture, Affinity Flying Training Services Ltd (Affinity), has embarked on a series of battery- powered flight tests for the UK Ministry of Defence to assess the feasibility of envi- ronmentally friendly alternatives to current military aircra.

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