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42 The PCB Magazine • December 2014 Mil/Aero007 News Highlights n e W S Miraco Earns ITAR Registration miraco inc. recently received an itar registration from the u.S. department of State, directorate of defense trade controls (ddtc). registration is a primary means to providing the u.S. govern- ment with necessary information on who is in- volved in certain manufacturing, exporting, and brokering activities. Survey Reveals Cost of Conflict Minerals Compliance the first year of conflict minerals reporting has come and gone, but how much did it cost? What lessons have we learned? a comprehensive tulane university survey of 2013 issuers shows average costs per issuer, identifies qualitative measures is- suers are currently using, and identifies common supply chain practices. DSG Honored with Supplier Award from Honeywell Aerospace dongguan Somacis graphic (dSg) has received the 2014 Supplier of the Year award for service and delivery performance at the 2014 honeywell aerospace Supplier Summit. "We are honored to receive this award in recognition of our service and delivery performance, but also as a testimony to the strong partnership we have enjoyed with honeywell over the years," commented giovanni tridenti, ceo of dSg. Invotec Receives BAE Systems Supplier Award this achievement is a reflection of invotec's close working relationship with bae Systems, the uK's largest manufacturer and provider of complex military equipment and technology and a found- ing member of the aerospace defence Security (adS) 21st century Supply chain (Sc21) pro- gram. NPI Applauds Federal Competition to Create IP-IMI the national Photonics initiative (nPi), an alliance of top scientific societies uniting industry and aca- demia to raise awareness of photonics, applauded the Funding opportunity announcement (Foa) issued by the dod, through the air Force re- search laboratory, calling for concept papers for the establishment of an integrated Photonics insti- tute for manufacturing innovation (iP-imi). Teledyne Broadens Portfolio with Oceanscience Acquisition "through the acquisition of oceanscience, as well as the recent investment in ocean aero and the pending acquisition of bolt technology and its Sea- botix division, we will have significantly broadened teledyne's portfolio of remotely-operated and au- tonomous marine systems," said robert mehra- bian, chairman, president, and ceo of teledyne. Aerospace Suppliers Ramp Up to Meet Surging Orders the aerospace supply industry is still in the early days of a long-term boom in orders say industry participants at a recent suppliers' summit hosted by ge capital at ge aviation's headquarters in cin- cinnati, ohio. "We are in the midst of a 'super- cycle' of aerospace manufacturing," said gib bos- worth, managing director of aerospace financing at ge capital, corporate Finance. North America, APAC: Largest Military Radar Markets the global military radar market is expected to experience a cagr of 1.05% during 2014–2024; north america and asia-Pacific are expected to be the largest military radar markets, with a cumula- tive market share of more than 72%. Global ByOD Security Market to See 35.23% CAGR enterprise mobility and flexibility in operations are essential for organizational success, leading many large enterprises to encourage employees to ac- cess enterprise data from their personal devices. however, this introduces many security concerns. Cybersecurity Spending to Reach $109 Billion by 2020 abi research calculates cybersecurity spending for critical infrastructure protection will reach uS $109 billion globally by 2020. the majority of spend- ing will focus on securing the financial sector and the ict infrastructure, with the north american and european regions pumping the most into net- work, systems, and data security. 42 The PCB Magazine • December 2014

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