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34 PCB007 MAGAZINE I DECEMBER 2019 MilAero007 Highlights U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation Announces Finalists for 9 th Annual Hiring Our Heroes Awards E U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation rec- ognizes employers and individuals that have gone above and beyond to hire, retain, and empower our nation's veterans and military spouses. Cirrus Aircraft Introduces Autonomous Flight With Safe Return Emergency Autoland E Cirrus Aircraft, the global leader in personal aviation, has ushered in a new era of innova- tion with the introduction of Safe Return™—a revolutionary emergency autoland system that enables passengers to land the Vision Jet™ with just the touch of a single button. From the Hill: Technology and Reliability Demands Drive Designers and MIL-PRF-31032 Specification E With the future demand for more and more military electronics, certification to the PCB MIL-PRF-31032 specification becomes a busi- ness decision for many fabricators. Fluency in the MIL-PRF-31032 language is a key first step to understand the requirements and commu- nicate with the DoD. Mike Hill defines many terms related to this military specification that you should review before informing the DoD of your intent to certify. Aquatic Rover Goes for a Drive Under the Ice E BRUIE, or the Buoyant Rover for Under-Ice Exploration, is being developed for underwa- ter exploration in extraterrestrial, icy waters by engineers at NASA's Jet Propulsion Labora- tory in Pasadena, California. BAE Systems to Innovate Electronic Warfare Jamming Technology for U.S. Army E BAE Systems will create advanced radar jam- ming technology that will improve air surviv- ability and mission effectiveness for U.S. Army rotary-wing aircraft and unmanned aerial sys- tems. Communication, Part 6: The Importance of Technology Fit E In the final installment of this series on how PCB fabricators and designers can better com- municate, Bob Chandler from CA Design and Mark Thompson from Prototron Circuits dis- cuss the importance of "technology fit" and how this concept impacts the synergy of the two parties involved. Lockheed Martin GPS Spatial Temporal Anti-jam Receiver System to Be Integrated in F-35 Modernization E Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) received a $25 million initial contract award for engineering and manufacturing development for the GPS Spatial Temporal Anti-Jam Receiver (GSTAR) system that will be integrated into the F-35 as part of its modernization phase, also known as Block 4. How NASA Is Helping Humans Reach the Red Planet, Using GPUs E A group of NASA scientists and engineers is working with colleagues from Old Dominion University and NVIDIA to simulate with un- precedented accuracy the physics needed to land the first manned Mars mission. To do so, they're using the fastest supercomputer in the world, the NVIDIA GPU-powered Summit sys- tem at Oak Ridge National Laboratory.

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