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52 PCB007 MAGAZINE I JUNE 2019 MilAero007 Highlights Zentech management. Steve, also an investor in Zentech, steps in as the incoming CEO of the new organization and discusses the deal, his new role, changes to management, and the company's plans post-sale. Electronics Industry Endorses US-Mexico-Canada Pact E Top executives from electronics companies across the United States are in Washington, D.C., this week to endorse the proposed U.S.- Mexico-Canada Trade Agreement (USMCA) and call on the Trump Administration and Congress to support policies that will drive ad- vanced manufacturing. Saab to Open U.S. Site for Advanced Manufacturing E Saab announces a new site for advanced manufacturing and production in West Lafay- ette, Indiana, United States of America. The site will be located at the Purdue University- affiliated Discovery Park District. Saab intends to invest $37 million over the coming years from 2020. Beyond the Metal: Investigating Soft Robots at NASA Langley E Into the Spiderverse's newest crew of villains include a brilliant scientist named Doctor Oc- topus who uses flexible robotic arms to com- mit her dastardly deeds. Her bionic arms can throw objects, aid her in moving quickly in fight scenes, and a host of other functions. U.S. Air Force to Launch Fifth Lockheed Martin-Built AEHF Satellite E The U.S. Air Force is gearing up to launch the fifth global, anti-jam, protected communica- tions satellite after its arrival in Florida. IPC's D.C. Focus: Chemicals Regulations, Lead-Free, Export Controls E From North America to Europe, Asia, and be- yond, the future of the electronics manufactur- ing industry is shaped in many ways by gov- ernment policies. That's why IPC maintains an active, multifaceted government relations pro- gram, including leadership and networking op- portunities for member company executives. BAE Systems' Joint Strike Fighter Underpins Advanced Manufacturing Growth in South Australia E BAE Systems Australia has celebrated the pro- duction of the 15,000th titanium part produced at Edinburgh Parks in South Australia for the world's largest defence program, the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter. Wearable Sensors Could Leverage Biotechnology to Monitor Personal, Environmental Data E In an effort to enhance Soldier lethality, Army researchers are developing biorecognition re- ceptors capable of consistent performance in multi-domain environments with the ability to collect real-time assessments of Soldier health and performance. DARPA Tests Advanced Chemical Sensors E DARPA's SIGMA program, which began in 2014, has demonstrated a city-scale capability for detecting radiological and nuclear threats that is now being operationally deployed. Incoming CEO Steve Pudles on the Acquisition of Zentech E Nolan Johnson talks to Steve Pudles about the recent acquisition of Zentech Manufac- turing Inc. by BlackBern Partners LLC and

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