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Elma's New 3U VPX Virtex-6 FPGA Processing Board Includes VITA 57 FMC Front-end for Flexible I/O
By: Beth Smith, Simon Group, Inc. | July 24, 2011
Board allows multiple FPGAs to be very tightly coupled via point-to-point or mesh topologies

British Airways Reveals Gatwick Airport is Top Choice for Families This Year
By: Claire Ioannou, British Airways | July 22, 2011
British Airways announces that more families are flying from Gatwick airport for their holidays with BA this year.

Donald A. Massey Distinguished as VIP of the Year for Excellence in Engineering
By: Ellen Campbell, Cambridge Who's Who | July 22, 2011
Donald Massey is a graduate of the General Electric Company's manufacturing program

EMS Manufacturing in Mexico is the Subject of Offshore Group Podcast
By: Steven Colantuoni, The Offshore Group | July 20, 2011
Because of changes in the global economic landscape, EMS manufacturing in Mexico can now compete against the "China price".

New 10 Megapixel Lens Series For Extremely Demanding Applications- Kowa Introduces New JC10M Lenses with Ultra High Resolution
By: Dan Meyers, BrandDNAinc | July 20, 2011
These megapixel lenses with advanced optical innovations are designed to set the standard in a wide range of applications such as machine vision inspection, high-end surveillance and 3D system.

Talon Air Uses Optex Redscan Perimeter Warning System to Prevent Damage to Aircraft
By: Chris Adams, Optex, Inc. | July 19, 2011
To prevent the potential for accidents and costly repairs to aircraft being moved in hangars, Talon Air, a full-service private jet charter and aircraft management company based at Republic Airport (FRG) in Farmingdale, New York, has installed a unique perimeter-warning system in two of its hangars.

Ronald Whipple Recognized by Cambridge Who's Who for Excellence in Safety Systems Engineering
By: Ellen Campbell, Cambridge Who's Who | July 18, 2011
Ronald Whipple has 37 Years of Professional Experience

Admiral Reveals More Than a Quarter of Motorists Admit to Drink Driving
By: Justin Beddows, Admiral | July 17, 2011
Admiral has conducted new research that reveals the number of people who drink and drive has risen over the past year.

Ted E. Kirchner Joins The Prestigious Ranks Of Stanford Who's Who
By: Christine Curcio, Stanford Who's Who | July 17, 2011
Ted E. Kirchner has been accepted among the prestigious ranks of Stanford Who's Who as a result of his outstanding professional career.

Book London Hotels for Their Variable Offers
By: Alex Demetrius, The Shaftesbury Hotel Collection | July 15, 2011
When the visitors are looking to book London hotels, a number of exclusive and recently introduced offers from the Shaftesbury group can be picked up.

Budget Hotels Near London Provides Cheap Discount Offers on Accommodation
By: Shaun Phillips, Park Grand London Paddington | July 15, 2011
Park Grand London is one of the finest budget hotels near London that offers attractive discount offers on staying at this popular hotel establishment.

Aerospace Manufacturing in Mexico is the Subject of Offshore Group Podcast
By: Steven Colantuoni, The Offshore Group | July 12, 2011
The executive director of the Mexican Federation of Aerospace Industries provides an overview of the origins of aerospace manufacturing in Mexico and a vision as to where he believes the industry is heading over the medium and long terms.

TJ Green Associates Announces 2011 Hermeticity Webinar Series
By: Tom Green, TJ Green Associates, LLC | July 11, 2011
Company that created the industry's only full day Hermeticity course offers engineering and manufacturing professionals a rare opportunity to follow the latest developments in military, space, and medical packaging.

Banyan Receives Pilots' Choice Award
By: Chloe Foster, Banyan Air Service | July 10, 2011
Banyan Air Service located at Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport was recently voted #3 U.S. FBO, #1 Southeast U.S. FBO and #2 Star FBO in the 2011 Pilots' Choice Survey.

Trilogy keeps Andoya Test Centre's Communications on Target
By: Andrew Covey, Trilogy Communications | July 09, 2011
Trilogy announced today it has been selected to provide a range wide communications system for the Andøya Test Centre (ATC) located on the island of Andøya, 2 degrees north of the Arctic Circle, in northern Norway.

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