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It’s Only Common Sense: 16 Proven Strategies for Making the Most of Your Trade Show Dollars

04/08/2024 | Dan Beaulieu -- Column: It's Only Common Sense
So many times, people and companies spend a small fortune exhibiting at trade shows like IPC APEX EXPO 2024 when they have no idea why they are going, what they will do there, and what they expect to accomplish at the show. It’s plain dumb. You must have a plan, man. Know why you’re going and what will happen when you get there. Set goals and make sure that you achieve those goals.

US Navy’s Need for New X-Band Radar Underscored by Service’s Red Sea Fight

04/02/2024 | Thales
The Navy’s search for a next-generation X-band radar is becoming more relevant by the day as U.S. warships fight in the first significant naval conflict since World War II.

Altair SimSolid Transforms Simulation for Electronics Industry

03/29/2024 | Altair
Altair, a global leader in computational intelligence, announced the upcoming release of Altair SimSolid for electronics, bringing game-changing fast, easy, and precise multi-physics scenario exploration for electronics, from chips, PCBs, and ICs to full system design.

Global Sourcing Spotlight: Don’t Be Afraid of Global Sourcing

04/03/2024 | Bob Duke -- Column: Global Sourcing Spotlight
On paper, it doesn’t seem like a great time for global sourcing. With several world conflicts, it may seem impossible to think that something like global sourcing and commercial trade between countries could begin to alleviate this tension between warring countries. But hey, I’ve always been a glass-half-full guy, so humor me. While trade between countries can indeed foster cooperation and contribute to peace in several ways, it's essential to recognize that it's not a panacea for all global issues. However, here are some ways in which trade can contribute to peace and global stability.

RTX's Raytheon Lower Tier Air, Missile Defense Sensor Detects and Engages Complex Target

03/25/2024 | RTX
Raytheon, an RTX business, announced that its Lower Tier Air and Missile Defense Sensor, or LTAMDS, continues to advance through its U.S. Army test program with another successful live-fire event. Military leaders from seven nations were on-site to witness the radar's capabilities and performance first-hand.
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