New Validator Torque Wrench Tester by Mountz Inc.

Torque Wrench Tester

There is now a better way to validate torque wrenches, instantly and efficiently to ensure torque wrenches are performing.

Mountz, Inc., the torque tool specialists®, introduces the Validator a new torque wrench tester.

SAN JOSE, CA, USA, January 31, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Mountz, Inc., the torque tool specialists®, introduces the Validator a new torque wrench tester. The Validator is torque measuring instrument designed for testing and calibrating torque wrenches. The economical torque wrench tester is small and compact. The Validator offers a torque range capacity from 40 – 200 foot-pounds. Measuring torque is literally a science and not something that can be left to chance.

Torque wrenches go out of calibration with use. Calibrating a torque wrench is a fine-tuning process of bringing the tool back within its tolerance. A regular wrench calibration and re-calibration guarantees the operator repeatable accuracy and adherence to international standards. Torque testing also ensures a torque wrench is operating to peak performance and can highlight potential tooling problems before it arises due to tool wear or broken components.

Torque wrench testers can also be used for quick tools tests on the assembly line or in the calibration lab to determine whether wrenches are holding a given setting. The Validator allows for instant verification that a wrench is still in calibration. Coupled with a torque wrench management and maintenance program the Validator can provide significant cost savings by not relying on a time-based calibration interval, but by servicing a wrench only when the wrench starts displaying the incorrect torque during in-house testing.

By performing periodic validations with a torque wrench a technician can be confident that the tool is producing accurately the desired torque setting. Periodic checks can be accomplished quickly with the use of the Validator's "Pass / Fail" visual feedback system. A preset a target torque and tolerance are programmed and if a torque reading falls within the tolerance a green light is illuminated, "Pass". A red light is illuminated for any out of tolerance readings, "Fail". The operator only needs to look at the lights. The robust torque tester is ideal for field service, maintenance and production applications.

Using a quality torque measurement equipment makes a safer world through accuracy and precision. Controlling torque is essential for companies to ensure their product's quality, safety and reliability isn't compromised. The failure of a three-cent fastener that isn't properly tightened can lead to catastrophic or latent failures. Fasteners that are insufficiently fastened can vibrate loose and excessive torque can strip threaded fasteners.

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Airline Cuts Inventory Time 80 Percent with Xerafy Automated Inventory Solution

Xerafy’s Automated Inventory Management Solution in action

Sichuan Airlines deploys Xerafy solution to track 60,000 assets in SAP

SINGAPORE, SINGAPORE, January 31, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Xerafy, the global leader and innovator of Gen2 passive UHF RFID metal tags, today announced that it has implemented its Automated Inventory Solution to help Sichuan Airlines track and manage more than 60,000 items for warehouse management and on board the aircrafts.

Sichuan Airlines is a full-service operator with a fleet of more than 100 aircraft and 10,000 employees. The Chengdu, Sichuan-based company maintains hubs in Hangzhou, Sanya, Beijing, Xi'an, and Harbin.

The airline selected Xerafy to help implement an Automated Inventory Solution, including its Metal Skin labels, RFID readers, software and integration with SAP’s ERP system. Xerafy Metal Skin labels have been deployed to track stock in/out operations, item movement, and stock transfers in via its Inspection and Warehouse/Inventory Management departments. Using a combination of handheld RFID readers and fixed-position readers positioned at dock doors and other strategic locations, Sichuan Airlines staff are able to automatically record the movement of goods in and out of facilities, as items are put away or removed from shelves, and during daily, monthly and yearly inventory checks. The information gathered through the solution can then be used for big data analysis to help make better purchasing and inventory decisions.

Since going live with the new system in November 2017, daily inventory counts, which used to take two employees up to eight hours to complete, now can be completed in only two to three hours by just one person. Fixed inventory counts took five to six employees as many as 80 days to complete. Now that process takes just two weeks.

"We expect to save 70 to 80 percent of inventory management time after the implementation," said Mr. Duo, warehouse manager at Sichuan Airlines.

The RFID system also makes it possible for Sichuan to identify the exact location of missing items. In addition, the solution has eliminated manual data entry associated with the inventory process, which has eliminated data entry errors and made the information accessible much more quickly.

"The new RFID solution has made our inventory processes faster and more accurate," Duo continued. "This solution has been quickly integrated with our ERP system, creating new levels of inventory visibility across our operations."

The Automated Inventory Management solution is also being used for tracking life vests on Sichuan Airlines aircrafts. These critical safety items require regular inspection counts that often took up to four hours for a plane with 300 seats and life vests. Now, those inspections take just 10 minutes. Because of the time savings, Sichuan has been able to increase the number of inspections from one check every three months to a monthly inspection process that increases passenger safety.

In addition, the solution has helped reduce inventory costs by allowing the airline to replace the vests closer to their expiration date. In the past, Sichuan replaced the vests an average of three months prior to the expiration date. Now they can replace them within two weeks of the expiration date thanks to more frequent inspections.

Sichuan Airlines recognized that data collection on aircraft using RFID tags that comply with the SAE AS5678 standard could significantly reduce the time required to complete its inventory activities. Rugged RFID tags and labels can provide companies with a real-time view of inventory inside a warehouse, as well as traceability of items (including a complete electronic record of inventory use) as they are placed into service. Compliance with the AS5678 standard ensures the RFID tags can safely operate on an aircraft during flight, providing an accurate history of the location of each asset in service.

Maintenance, Repair and Operations (MRO) inventory management has become increasingly complex and time consuming in the airline industry. As MRO inventory volumes increase, manual tracking of equipment can lead to inaccuracies as well as consuming hours of costly labor. High-value items may be frequently lost or damaged, and a full inventory count can take up to three months.

"Manual inventory management processes add enormous expense and time to airline operations," said Dennis Khoo, CEO and founder of Xerafy. "Xerafy's Automated Inventory Management solution has enabled Sichuan Airlines to track a wide variety of high-value assets across their facilities and aircrafts, generating real-time data that helps them reduce costs and make better inventory decisions."

About Xerafy Ltd.:

Xerafy enables real-time traceability and asset management in Healthcare, Oil & Gas and Manufacturing. We lead in RFID innovations for demanding environments and redefine the market expectations for durable and reliable performance. Xerafy is headquartered in Singapore with offices in the U.S., U.K. and China.

Michel Gillman
Xerafy
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Global Military Smart Weapons Market 2018 Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast till 2025

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PUNE, INDIA, January 31, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Military Smart Weapons Market:

Executive Summary

Geographically, this report is segmented into several key Regions, with production, consumption, revenue (million USD), market share and growth rate of Military Smart Weapons in these regions, from 2013 to 2025 (forecast), covering

North America
Europe
China
Japan
Southeast Asia
India

Global Military Smart Weapons market competition by top manufacturers, with production, price, revenue (value) and market share for each manufacturer; the top players including

The Boeing Company
Denel SOC Ltd
Kongsberg Gruppen
Lockheed Martin Corporation
MBDA
Orbital ATK
Raytheon Company
Textron Inc

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On the basis of product, this report displays the production, revenue, price, market share and growth rate of each type, primarily split into

Smart Radar
Smart GPS/INS
Smart Bombs & Missile
Smart Munitions
Other

On the basis of the end users/applications, this report focuses on the status and outlook for major applications/end users, consumption (sales), market share and growth rate for each application, including

Reconnaissance
Searching
Fighting
Other

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Table of content:

Global Military Smart Weapons Market Research Report 2018 
1 Military Smart Weapons Market Overview 
1.1 Product Overview and Scope of Military Smart Weapons 
1.2 Military Smart Weapons Segment by Type (Product Category) 
1.2.1 Global Military Smart Weapons Production and CAGR (%) Comparison by Type (Product Category)(2013-2025) 
1.2.2 Global Military Smart Weapons Production Market Share by Type (Product Category) in 2017 
1.2.3 Smart Radar 
1.2.4 Smart GPS/INS 
1.2.5 Smart Bombs & Missile 
1.2.6 Smart Munitions 
1.2.7 Other 
1.3 Global Military Smart Weapons Segment by Application 
1.3.1 Military Smart Weapons Consumption (Sales) Comparison by Application (2013-2025) 
1.3.2 Reconnaissance 
1.3.3 Searching 
1.3.4 Fighting 
1.3.5 Other 
1.4 Global Military Smart Weapons Market by Region (2013-2025) 
1.4.1 Global Military Smart Weapons Market Size (Value) and CAGR (%) Comparison by Region (2013-2025) 
1.4.2 North America Status and Prospect (2013-2025) 
1.4.3 Europe Status and Prospect (2013-2025) 
1.4.4 China Status and Prospect (2013-2025) 
1.4.5 Japan Status and Prospect (2013-2025) 
1.4.6 Southeast Asia Status and Prospect (2013-2025) 
1.4.7 India Status and Prospect (2013-2025) 
1.5 Global Market Size (Value) of Military Smart Weapons (2013-2025) 
1.5.1 Global Military Smart Weapons Revenue Status and Outlook (2013-2025) 
1.5.2 Global Military Smart Weapons Capacity, Production Status and Outlook (2013-2025)

2 Global Military Smart Weapons Market Competition by Manufacturers 
2.1 Global Military Smart Weapons Capacity, Production and Share by Manufacturers (2013-2018) 
2.1.1 Global Military Smart Weapons Capacity and Share by Manufacturers (2013-2018) 
2.1.2 Global Military Smart Weapons Production and Share by Manufacturers (2013-2018) 
2.2 Global Military Smart Weapons Revenue and Share by Manufacturers (2013-2018) 
2.3 Global Military Smart Weapons Average Price by Manufacturers (2013-2018) 
2.4 Manufacturers Military Smart Weapons Manufacturing Base Distribution, Sales Area and Product Type 
2.5 Military Smart Weapons Market Competitive Situation and Trends 
2.5.1 Military Smart Weapons Market Concentration Rate 
2.5.2 Military Smart Weapons Market Share of Top 3 and Top 5 Manufacturers 
2.5.3 Mergers & Acquisitions, Expansion

3 Global Military Smart Weapons Capacity, Production, Revenue (Value) by Region (2013-2018) 
3.1 Global Military Smart Weapons Capacity and Market Share by Region (2013-2018) 
3.2 Global Military Smart Weapons Production and Market Share by Region (2013-2018) 
3.3 Global Military Smart Weapons Revenue (Value) and Market Share by Region (2013-2018) 
3.4 Global Military Smart Weapons Capacity, Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2013-2018) 
3.5 North America Military Smart Weapons Capacity, Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2013-2018)
3.6 Europe Military Smart Weapons Capacity, Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2013-2018) 
3.7 China Military Smart Weapons Capacity, Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2013-2018) 
3.8 Japan Military Smart Weapons Capacity, Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2013-2018) 
3.9 Southeast Asia Military Smart Weapons Capacity, Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2013-2018) 
3.10 India Military Smart Weapons Capacity, Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2013-2018)

4 Global Military Smart Weapons Supply (Production), Consumption, Export, Import by Region (2013-2018) 
4.1 Global Military Smart Weapons Consumption by Region (2013-2018) 
4.2 North America Military Smart Weapons Production, Consumption, Export, Import (2013-2018) 
4.3 Europe Military Smart Weapons Production, Consumption, Export, Import (2013-2018) 
4.4 China Military Smart Weapons Production, Consumption, Export, Import (2013-2018) 
4.5 Japan Military Smart Weapons Production, Consumption, Export, Import (2013-2018) 
4.6 Southeast Asia Military Smart Weapons Production, Consumption, Export, Import (2013-2018) 
4.7 India Military Smart Weapons Production, Consumption, Export, Import (2013-2018)

5 Global Military Smart Weapons Production, Revenue (Value), Price Trend by Type 
5.1 Global Military Smart Weapons Production and Market Share by Type (2013-2018) 
5.2 Global Military Smart Weapons Revenue and Market Share by Type (2013-2018) 
5.3 Global Military Smart Weapons Price by Type (2013-2018) 
5.4 Global Military Smart Weapons Production Growth by Type (2013-2018)

6 Global Military Smart Weapons Market Analysis by Application 
6.1 Global Military Smart Weapons Consumption and Market Share by Application (2013-2018) 
6.2 Global Military Smart Weapons Consumption Growth Rate by Application (2013-2018) 
6.3 Market Drivers and Opportunities 
6.3.1 Potential Applications 
6.3.2 Emerging Markets/Countries

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Industrial Gas Spring Market 2018: Consumption Volume, Value, Import, Export and Sale Analysis

Industrial Gas Spring -Market Demand, Growth, Opportunities and Analysis Of Top Key Player Forecast To 2023

PUNE, MAHARASHTRA, INDIA, January 31, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Industrial Gas Spring Industry

Description

Wiseguyreports.Com Adds “Industrial Gas Spring -Market Demand, Growth, Opportunities and Analysis Of Top Key Player Forecast To 2023” To Its Research Database

An Industrial Gas Spring is a type of spring that, unlike a typical metal spring, uses a compressed gas, contained in a cylinder and compressed by a piston, to exert a force.  

The global Industrial Gas Spring market will reach xxx Million USD in 2017 and CAGR xx% 2011-2017. The report begins from overview of Industry Chain structure, and describes industry environment, then analyses market size and forecast of Industrial Gas Spring by product, region and application, in addition, this report introduces market competition situation among the vendors and company profile, besides, market price analysis and value chain features are covered in this report. 

Company Coverage (Sales Revenue, Price, Gross Margin, Main Products etc.): 

Stabilus 
Suspa 
Lant 
Bansbach 
WDF 
HAHN 
Barnes 
Zhongde 
Dictator 
Changzhou 
Shanghai Zhenfei 
Aritech 
Vapsint 
LiGu 
Huayang 
AVM 
ACE Automation 
LongXiang 
Weijhe 
Yili 
LiPinGe 
IGS 
Gaysan 
Attwood 
Ameritool 
Metrol 
Camloc 
Alrose 
Worldwide 
Gemini 
JuTeng 
ZhongYou 

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Product Type Coverage (Market Size & Forecast, Major Company of Product Type etc.): 
Lift Industrial Gas Spring 
Lockable Industrial Gas Spring 
Swivel chair Industrial Gas Spring 
Gas traction springs 
Damper 
Others 

Application Coverage (Market Size & Forecast, Different Demand Market by Region, Main Consumer Profile etc.): 
Automotive 
Furniture 
Industrial 
Aerospace 
Medical 
Others 

Region Coverage (Regional Output, Demand & Forecast by Countries etc.): 
North America 
Europe 
Asia-Pacific 
South America 
Middle East & Africa

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Table of Content 

1 Industry Overview 
1.1 Industrial Gas Spring Industry 
1.1.1 Overview 
1.1.2 Development of Industrial Gas Spring 
1.2 Market Segment 
1.2.1 Upstream 
1.2.2 Downstream 
1.3 Cost Analysis 
2 Industry Environment 
2.1 Policy 
2.2 Economics 
2.3 Sociology 
2.4 Technology 
3 Industrial Gas Spring Market by Type 
3.1 Segment Overview 
3.1.1 Lift Industrial Gas Spring 
3.1.2 Lockable Industrial Gas Spring 
3.1.3 Swivel chair Industrial Gas Spring 
3.1.4 Gas traction springs 
3.1.5 Damper 
3.1.6 Others 
3.2 Market Size 
3.3 Market Forecast 
4 Major Companies List 
4.1 Stabilus (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.) 
4.2 Suspa (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.) 
4.3 Lant (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.) 
4.4 Bansbach (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.) 
4.5 WDF (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.) 
4.6 HAHN (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.) 
4.7 Barnes (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.) 
4.8 Zhongde (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.) 
4.9 Dictator (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.) 
4.10 Changzhou (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.) 
4.11 Shanghai Zhenfei (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.) 
4.12 Aritech (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.) 
4.13 Vapsint (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.) 
4.14 LiGu (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.) 
4.15 Huayang (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.) 
4.16 AVM (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.) 
4.17 ACE Automation (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.) 
4.18 LongXiang (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.) 
4.19 Weijhe (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.) 
4.20 Yili (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.) 
4.21 LiPinGe (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.) 
4.22 IGS (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.) 
4.23 Gaysan (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.) 
4.24 Attwood (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.) 
4.25 Ameritool (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.) 
4.26 Metrol (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.) 
4.27 Camloc (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.) 
4.28 Alrose (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.) 
4.29 Worldwide (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.) 
4.30 Gemini (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.) 
4.31 JuTeng (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.) 
4.32 ZhongYou (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.) 
5 Market Competition 
5.1 Company Competition 
5.2 Regional Market by Company 
6 Market Demand 
6.1 Demand Situation 
6.1.1 Demand in Automotive 
6.1.2 Demand in Furniture 
6.1.3 Demand in Industrial 
6.1.4 Demand in Aerospace 
6.1.5 Demand in Medical 
6.1.6 Demand in Others 
6.2 Regional Demand Comparison 
6.3 Demand Forecast 
7 Region Operation 
7.1 Regional Output 
7.2 Regional Market 
7.3 by Region 
7.3.1 North America 
7.3.1.1 Overview 
7.3.1.2 by Country (U.S., Canada, Mexico) 
7.3.2 Europe 
7.3.2.1 Overview 
7.3.2.2 by Country (Germany, U.K., France, Italy, Russia, Spain etc.) 
7.3.3 Asia-Pacific 
7.3.3.1 Overview 
7.3.3.2 by Country (China, India, Japan, Southeast Asia etc.) 
7.3.4 South America 
7.3.4.1 Overview 
7.3.4.2 by Country (Brazil, Argentina etc.) 
7.3.5 Middle East & Africa 
7.3.5.1 Overview 
7.3.5.2 by Country (Saudi Arabia, South Africa etc.) 
7.4 Regional Forecast 
8 Marketing & Price 
8.1 Price and Margin 
8.1.1 Price Trends 
8.1.2 Factors of Price Change 
8.1.3 Manufacturers Gross Margin Analysis 
8.2 Value Chain 
8.3 Marketing Channel 
9 Research Conclusion

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The Mars Generation Announces Winners of the 24 Under 24 Leaders and Innovators in STEAM and Space Awards 2018

2018 Winner 24 Under 24 Leaders and Innovators in STEAM and Space

2018 Winner 24 Under 24 Leaders and Innovators in STEAM and Space

2018 Winner 24 Under 24 Leaders and Innovators in STEAM and Space

While these students all have a passion for STEAM and/or space, it is their ability to set their passion in motion at such a young age that has earned them a place in our 2018 class.”

— Abigail Harrison

MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA, UNITED STATES, January 31, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Around the world, young people are accomplishing amazing things in the fields of science, technology, engineering, arts, and math (STEAM). The Mars Generation is proud to announce its first 24 Under 24 Leaders and Innovators in STEAM and Space Awards winners.

“The young individuals recognized with the 24 Under 24 have demonstrated innovation and tenacity that will drive us toward a brighter future in scientific enterprise,” said Abigail Harrison, founder of The Mars Generation (TMG).

“We are honored to be joined by our esteemed sponsors Aerojet Rocketdyne and United Launch Alliance (ULA) in presenting the 2018 awards,” said Harrison. She said having two leaders in the industry play an important role in announcing the award was a testimony to the companies’ commitment to advancing STEAM.

“We are glad to partner with The Mars Generation for these awards,” said Tory Bruno, CEO of United Launch Alliance and TMG Advisory Board member. “Together, we continue to foster enthusiastic young minds. Sponsoring the next generation of space explorers and youth interested in STEAM benefits nearly every industry.”

The number of submissions for a first-time award was impressive, explained Harrison. Having sponsors like Aerojet Rocketdyne and ULA elevated the visibility for nominations.

Julie VanKleeck, Vice President of Advanced Space and Launch Programs and Strategy at Aerojet Rocketdyne and also a TMG Advisory Board member, said the company was excited to support the 24 Under 24 Awards: “As we work on projects that enhance our understanding of space, it’s important to inspire the upcoming generation to go even further.”

“While these students all have a passion for STEAM and/or space, it is their ability to set their passion in motion at such a young age that has earned them a place in our 2018 class,” said Harrison.

The 2018 winners of the 24 Under 24 Leaders and Innovators in STEAM and Space Awards:

To learn more about the accomplishments of each winner please click here.

1. Canda Atalay, 18 (Turkey)
2. Deepack Atyam, 24 (United States)
3. Rebecca Baron, 17 (Canada)
4. Darren Charrier, 21 (Canada)
5. Joaquin Cortacans, 17 (Uruguay)
6. Bethany Downer, 23 (Canada)
7. Paoloa Figueroa-Delgado, 22 (Puerto Rico)
8. Jacqueline Grundfast, 17 (United States)
9. Pranvera Hyseni, 22 (Kosovo)
10. Roger Lascorz, 24 (Catalonia)
11. Kaitlyn Ludlam, 15 (United States)
12. Tessa McEvoy, 17 (United States)
13. Katherine McKinney, 17 (United States)
14. Maanasa Mendu, 13 (United States)
15. Collin Mitchell, 18 (United States)
16. Temidayo Oniosun, 22 (Nigeria)
17. Mylena Peixoto, 17 (Brazil)
18. Olivia Scharfman, 20 (United States)
19. Julie Sage, 13 (United States)
20. Krittanon Pond Sirorattanakul, 22 (Thailand)
21. Lisa Stojanovski, 24 (Australia)
22. Shi Tuck, 19 (United States)
23. Allie Weber, 12 (United States)
24. Melissa Vasquez-Hornik, 24 (United States)

About The Mars Generation
The Mars Generation is a volunteer-driven 501(c)(3) nonprofit with an advisory board that includes astronauts, engineers, scientists and professionals from the nonprofit and business communities. With an estimated reach of more than 25 million people since 2015 and a social media following of more than 1.1 million people the organization has served more than 10,200 students and adults from around the world through multiple programs including the Student Space Ambassador Program, Future of Space Outreach Program and Space Camp Scholarship Program. TMG is supported by over 450 donors, 1,100 members, and leading space industry sponsors. Through an innovative approach of leveraging new media technology and providing engaging content and programs the organization aims to excite and educate students and adults about the importance of human space exploration and STEAM education to the future of humankind.

About Aerojet Rocketdyne
Aerojet Rocketdyne is an innovative company delivering solutions that create value for its customers in the aerospace and defense markets. The company is a world-recognized aerospace and defense leader that provides propulsion and energetics to the space, missile defense and strategic systems, tactical systems and armaments areas, in support of domestic and international markets. Additional information about Aerojet Rocketdyne can be obtained by visiting www.Rocket.com and www.AerojetRocketdyne.com.

About United Launch Alliance
With more than a century of combined heritage, United Launch Alliance is the nation’s most experienced and reliable launch service provider. ULA has successfully delivered more than 120 satellites to orbit that aid meteorologists in tracking severe weather, unlock the mysteries of our solar system, provide critical capabilities for troops in the field and enable personal device-based GPS navigation.

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Improve collaboration to overcome cyber-attack security issues, say transportation security leaders

Transport Security World interviews top level security personnel within transportation operators to find out the best way to overcome cyber-security challenges

the level of collaboration and shared responsibility of government, industry and the public. All three contributors are equally important and only by working together can they make a difference.”

— Stephen Covey, Canadian National Railway

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM, January 31, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — One of the keys to averting cyber-attacks on critical transportation infrastructure, such as 2016’s ransomware attack on San Francisco’s transit network, lies in industry-wide collaboration, according to security experts working for some of North America’s most well-known transit organizations.

Transport Security World canvassed the opinion of executives, all of whom agreed that working together could put the brakes on attacks that can bring transportation to its knees.

Among those contacted by Transport Security World include Stephen Covey, chief of police and chief security officer of Canadian National Railway, CN Railway, who said that the success or failure of keeping North America’s critical transportation infrastructure secure largely depended upon “the level of collaboration and shared responsibility of government, industry and the public. All three contributors,” maintained Covey, “are equally important and only by working together can they make a difference.”

Concerning maritime security, David Espie, director of security at Maryland Port Administration, said “sound maritime security requires local, State and federal assets and cooperation to ensure a strong landside and waterside security defense mechanism.” Echoing this point, Bob Gauvin, director of counter piracy policy at the US Coast Guard, said: “Layered security and coordinated governance in maritime allows for the most effective abilities of states to work in alliance against ever-changing threats.”

With rapid digitization, what is clear is that security shouldn’t just be a priority for CISO’s – it should also be on the minds of all heads of departments. Deborah Wheeler, chief information security officer at Delta Airlines, was clear over her employer’s priorities. “Working across Delta as we face the challenges of a highly connected airline and highly connected customers. It’s bigger than one team,” she told Transport Security World.

In addition to aiding collaboration between the transportation industry and government, company and customer and internal departments, here at Transport Security World we’re also trying to foster partnerships between different transportation verticals. That’s why we’re organizing Transport Security and Safety Expo Washington D.C.
Taking place June 11-12, the event brings together security and safety professionals across aviation, maritime, rail, highway, haulage and industry suppliers to share best practice and improve standards. The packed agenda will offer the opportunity to hear from, and meet, some of the big players in the transportation industry. For more information about the show, visit the Transport Security and Safety Expo website.

For any queries please get in touch with Stephen Scott: stephen@transportsecurityworld.com

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Applied Defense Solutions, Baader Planetarium GmbH and L3 Technology join Military Space Situational Awareness 2018

SMi Group Reports: Conference Organisers SMi have updated the Military Space Situational Awareness agenda

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM, January 30, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Military Space Situational Awareness Conference is back for its 13th year and will feature an unprecedented line-up of some of the most prominent industry, research and military thought-leaders that will enable you to Enhance Situational Awareness Capabilities to Ensure the Security of Vital Space Assets.

A brand-new brochure is now available to download today at: http://www.military-space.com/einpr

New additions to the brochure include: three new leading sponsors: Applied Defense Solutions, Baader Planetarium GmbH and L3 Technology.

Along with three new speakers from: OneWeb, Applied Defense Solutions and Surry Space Center.

1. Dr Tim Maclay, Director, Mission Systems Engineering from OneWeb will be presenting: “How OneWeb Works to Responsibly Reduce the Impact of Mega-LEO Constellations on Space Congestion. Covering:
• Critical considerations to mitigate space congestion obligations and ensure the safe and efficient operation of military and commercial satellites
• SSA capabilities to reduce risk of collisions and SAT damage
• Working with military, civil and industry partners to encourage sustainable mega-constellation practices

2. Thomas Kubancik, Vice President of Advanced Programs from Applied Defense Solutions will be presenting: “Exploitation of Advances in Commercial Space Situational Awareness for Military Applications”. Covering:
• Sensor calibration and sensor monitoring for establishing trust
• Persistent monitoring of objects in GEO
• Correlation of multiple phenomenologies for better situation awareness
• Advanced light curve analysis

3. Simon Fellowes, RemoveDebris Mission PM, Surry Space Center (SSC) – “RemoveDEBRIS: Leading the Way with an Innovative Active Debris Removal (ADR) Mission”. Covering:

• Surrey Space Center and Partners: an example of what can be achieved with industry and academia collaboration
• Launch onboard the SpaceX CRS-14
• ADR experiments and mission goals
• A precursor to future operational ADR missions?

The full agenda/brochure is now available to download for free from the event website at: http://www.military-space.com/einpr

For those looking to attend; register online by 31st January to save £200.

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Military Space Situational Awareness Conference
25th – 26th April 2018
London, UK
Gold Sponsor: ExoAnalytics | Sponsors: Applied Defense Solutions Inc., Baader Planetarium GMBH, L3 Technology

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About SMi Group: Established since 1993, the SMi Group is a global event-production company that specializes in Business-to-Business Conferences, Workshops, Masterclasses and online Communities. We create and deliver events in the Defence, Security, Energy, Utilities, Finance and Pharmaceutical industries. We pride ourselves on having access to the world's most forward-thinking opinion leaders and visionaries, allowing us to bring our communities together to Learn, Engage, Share and Network. More information can be found at http://www.smi-online.co.uk

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SMi Group
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TurbineAero Engines Technics (TET) Restructures Management Team

TEMPE, ARIZONA, USA, January 30, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Chandler, Arizona — 1/30/2018 — TurbineAero is pleased to announce and welcome Mike Harris as the Vice President and General Manager for the TurbineAero Engines Technics (TET) business unit. TET is the component and coatings division of TurbineAero, offering best in class repair and coating services to APU and gas turbine engine derivative customers across the world.

Most recently, Harris was the General Manager for Chromalloy Gas Turbine’s Eastern US Region where he led the organization to achieve significant improvements in operational and growth program performance. With 26 years of broad industry experience, Harris has held similar positions in Chromalloy’s Western Region, Honeywell Aerospace, Grimes Aerospace, and ATK/Orbital.

“Mike is the right leader to enhance the already strong capabilities that TET brings to the gas turbine engine markets,” said Rob Higby, TurbineAero’s Chief Executive Officer. “I am delighted to add his strategic and operational leadership to our mission to deliver unmatched value to our customers.”

Harris’s appointment completes the restructuring of the TET leadership team by joining the recently appointed Director of Global Programs, Rodrigo Nardelli and Director of Operations Chris Castillo. Nardelli has a 20-year track record in program management, business development, international contracting and customer support and has held similar leadership positions at Honeywell Aerospace and Chromalloy. Castillo has over 20 years of experience in supply chain, APU operations and site leadership at Honeywell before joining TurbineAero.

“The value proposition, capabilities, and leadership that TurbineAero brings to the APU and gas turbine engine derivative marketplace is exceptional”, said Mike Harris, “I’m thrilled to join the talented team of leaders and employees at TET to advance our commercial and operational capabilities across the globe.

About TurbineAero, Inc.
TurbineAero is the most comprehensive, flexible, and customer focused APU MRO Services company in the world. As the largest independent APU MRO globally, TurbineAero repairs, sells, leases, tests, and certifies APU and related parts accessories. TurbineAero currently has four locations, three business units are located near Phoenix, AZ and the fourth is just outside of Bangkok, Thailand.

Lisa Gates
TurbineAero, Inc.
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Global Non Lethal Weapons Market 2018 Size, Development Status, Type and Application, Segmentation, Forecast by 2025

WiseGuyReports.com adds “Non Lethal Weapons Market 2018 Global Analysis, Growth, Opportunities Research Report Forecasting to 2025”reports to its database.

PUNE, INDIA, January 30, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Non Lethal Weapons Market:

Executive Summary

This report studies Non Lethal Weapons in Global market, especially in North America, China, Europe, Southeast Asia, Japan and India, with production, revenue, consumption, import and export in these regions.

This report focuses on top manufacturers in global market, with production, price, revenue and market share for each manufacturer, covering

Non Lethal Technologies
Textron Systems
Boeing
Lockheed Martin
BAE Systems
General Dynamics
Taser International
Raytheon
Bazalt
Colt's Manufacturing
Remington Arms
Zarc International
Penn Arms
Heckler & Koch
LRAD Corporation
F. Mossberg & Sons
Smith & Wesson

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On the basis of product, this report displays the production, revenue, price, market share and growth rate of each type, primarily split into

Gases and Sprays
Directed Energy Weapons
Electro Shock Weapons
Other

By Application, the market can be split into

Law Enforcement
Military
Residential

By Regions, this report covers (we can add the regions/countries as you want)

North America
China
Europe
Southeast Asia
Japan
India

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Table of content:

Global Non Lethal Weapons Market Professional Survey Report 2017 
1 Industry Overview of Non Lethal Weapons 
1.1 Definition and Specifications of Non Lethal Weapons 
1.1.1 Definition of Non Lethal Weapons 
1.1.2 Specifications of Non Lethal Weapons 
1.2 Classification of Non Lethal Weapons 
1.2.1 Gases and Sprays 
1.2.2 Directed Energy Weapons 
1.2.3 Electro Shock Weapons 
1.2.4 Other 
1.3 Applications of Non Lethal Weapons 
1.3.1 Law Enforcement 
1.3.2 Military 
1.3.3 Residential 
1.4 Market Segment by Regions 
1.4.1 North America 
1.4.2 China 
1.4.3 Europe 
1.4.4 Southeast Asia 
1.4.5 Japan 
1.4.6 India

2 Manufacturing Cost Structure Analysis of Non Lethal Weapons 
2.1 Raw Material and Suppliers 
2.2 Manufacturing Cost Structure Analysis of Non Lethal Weapons 
2.3 Manufacturing Process Analysis of Non Lethal Weapons 
2.4 Industry Chain Structure of Non Lethal Weapons

3 Technical Data and Manufacturing Plants Analysis of Non Lethal Weapons 
3.1 Capacity and Commercial Production Date of Global Non Lethal Weapons Major Manufacturers in 2016 
3.2 Manufacturing Plants Distribution of Global Non Lethal Weapons Major Manufacturers in 2016 
3.3 R&D Status and Technology Source of Global Non Lethal Weapons Major Manufacturers in 2016 
3.4 Raw Materials Sources Analysis of Global Non Lethal Weapons Major Manufacturers in 2016

4 Global Non Lethal Weapons Overall Market Overview 
4.1 2012-2017E Overall Market Analysis 
4.2 Capacity Analysis 
4.2.1 2012-2017E Global Non Lethal Weapons Capacity and Growth Rate Analysis 
4.2.2 2016 Non Lethal Weapons Capacity Analysis (Company Segment) 
4.3 Sales Analysis 
4.3.1 2012-2017E Global Non Lethal Weapons Sales and Growth Rate Analysis 
4.3.2 2016 Non Lethal Weapons Sales Analysis (Company Segment) 
4.4 Sales Price Analysis 
4.4.1 2012-2017E Global Non Lethal Weapons Sales Price 
4.4.2 2016 Non Lethal Weapons Sales Price Analysis (Company Segment)

5 Non Lethal Weapons Regional Market Analysis 
5.1 North America Non Lethal Weapons Market Analysis 
5.1.1 North America Non Lethal Weapons Market Overview 
5.1.2 North America 2012-2017E Non Lethal Weapons Local Supply, Import, Export, Local Consumption Analysis 
5.1.3 North America 2012-2017E Non Lethal Weapons Sales Price Analysis 
5.1.4 North America 2016 Non Lethal Weapons Market Share Analysis 
5.2 China Non Lethal Weapons Market Analysis 
5.2.1 China Non Lethal Weapons Market Overview 
5.2.2 China 2012-2017E Non Lethal Weapons Local Supply, Import, Export, Local Consumption Analysis 
5.2.3 China 2012-2017E Non Lethal Weapons Sales Price Analysis 
5.2.4 China 2016 Non Lethal Weapons Market Share Analysis 
5.3 Europe Non Lethal Weapons Market Analysis 
5.3.1 Europe Non Lethal Weapons Market Overview 
5.3.2 Europe 2012-2017E Non Lethal Weapons Local Supply, Import, Export, Local Consumption Analysis 
5.3.3 Europe 2012-2017E Non Lethal Weapons Sales Price Analysis 
5.3.4 Europe 2016 Non Lethal Weapons Market Share Analysis 
5.4 Southeast Asia Non Lethal Weapons Market Analysis 
5.4.1 Southeast Asia Non Lethal Weapons Market Overview 
5.4.2 Southeast Asia 2012-2017E Non Lethal Weapons Local Supply, Import, Export, Local Consumption Analysis 
5.4.3 Southeast Asia 2012-2017E Non Lethal Weapons Sales Price Analysis 
5.4.4 Southeast Asia 2016 Non Lethal Weapons Market Share Analysis 
5.5 Japan Non Lethal Weapons Market Analysis 
5.5.1 Japan Non Lethal Weapons Market Overview 
5.5.2 Japan 2012-2017E Non Lethal Weapons Local Supply, Import, Export, Local Consumption Analysis 
5.5.3 Japan 2012-2017E Non Lethal Weapons Sales Price Analysis 
5.5.4 Japan 2016 Non Lethal Weapons Market Share Analysis 
5.6 India Non Lethal Weapons Market Analysis 
5.6.1 India Non Lethal Weapons Market Overview 
5.6.2 India 2012-2017E Non Lethal Weapons Local Supply, Import, Export, Local Consumption Analysis 
5.6.3 India 2012-2017E Non Lethal Weapons Sales Price Analysis 
5.6.4 India 2016 Non Lethal Weapons Market Share Analysis

6 Global 2012-2017E Non Lethal Weapons Segment Market Analysis (by Type) 
6.1 Global 2012-2017E Non Lethal Weapons Sales by Type 
6.2 Different Types of Non Lethal Weapons Product Interview Price Analysis 
6.3 Different Types of Non Lethal Weapons Product Driving Factors Analysis 
6.3.1 Gases and Sprays of Non Lethal Weapons Growth Driving Factor Analysis 
6.3.2 Directed Energy Weapons of Non Lethal Weapons Growth Driving Factor Analysis 
6.3.3 Electro Shock Weapons of Non Lethal Weapons Growth Driving Factor Analysis 
6.3.4 Other of Non Lethal Weapons Growth Driving Factor Analysis

7 Global 2012-2017E Non Lethal Weapons Segment Market Analysis (by Application) 
7.1 Global 2012-2017E Non Lethal Weapons Consumption by Application 
7.2 Different Application of Non Lethal Weapons Product Interview Price Analysis 
7.3 Different Application of Non Lethal Weapons Product Driving Factors Analysis 
7.3.1 Law Enforcement of Non Lethal Weapons Growth Driving Factor Analysis 
7.3.2 Military of Non Lethal Weapons Growth Driving Factor Analysis 
7.3.3 Residential of Non Lethal Weapons Growth Driving Factor Analysis

Continuous…

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The world’s smallest cross flow fan more powerful than ever

High performance of miniature crossflow fans from OLC Inc.

PLEASANTON, CA, USA, January 30, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — OLC Inc. a manufacturer of the world’s smallest cross flow fans announced a new X series of the product and is in immediate availability. X series boost the speed up to 11500RPM, increase static pressure by 30%, and doubles airflow volume. With this performance, one OLC’s fan can replace 4 small axial flow fans. Because of using less parts, addition to achieve higher reliability, OLC products offer extra values to its customers by lower cost in manufacturing and components.

OLC’s products offer a unique, small sized cross flow fan, i.e. tangential fan, for customers to design a variety of the lowest profile products, and turn-key modules widely using in mission critical and high reliable electronics cooling, thermoelectric cooling/heating, micro air curtain, generating airflow pattern and where space is limited.

The new X series’ increasing airflow volume and pressure, further expands its applications into higher power of heat or cold dissipation. Because of its compact style, it is very beneficial for aerospace and scientific instruments as well as portable electronics. The X series offers four models measured in length of its air outlet from 1”(25.4mm) to 4”(101.6mm) with unique height of 23mm. With the built-in tachometer sensor, the speed of the X series can be controlled by regulating 5VDC or 12VDC. It also can be controlled by PWM. The full ball bearing system supports motor continuously running life expectancy greater than 65K hours with RoHS compliance.

About OLC Inc:

OLC Inc. is a company dedicated in development and manufacturing of the world’s smallest cross flow fans for decades. Products have been used worldwide in communication, medical, aerospace, electronics and transportation industries, from startups to Fortune 100 companies. For more information, visit: www.olc-inc.com.

Will Cannon
OLC Inc.
4089219688
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