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29 Apr, 2014

J VanDomelen The military and aerospace (mil/aero) community is buzzing with news of the U.S. President’s Fiscal Year 2015 Budget, especially the portions related to the Department of Defense (DoD), Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), and National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). The biggest cuts to personnel will hit the U.S. Army under the President’s latest budget plan, which was sent to Congress … Read More

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28 Feb, 2014

J VanDomelen U.S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel earlier this week discussed recommendations for the Pentagon’s Defense Budget for Fiscal Year 2015. Many in the military and aerospace (mil/aero) community have, since Defense Sec. Hagel’s talk, been repeating “the smallest Army since before World War II” or something similar. That phrase is in reference to the recommendation to reduce the number of U.S. Army soldiers/troops … Read More

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26 Nov, 2012

John Day

A while back I met with the folks at TeleCommunication Systems (TCS) who are responsible for the VZ Navigator app on Verizon smartphones as well as navigation apps on myriad other smartphones. Networks in Motion launched the app in 2006 and TCS acquired them three years later. VZ Navigator uses Navteq maps but the app is built on HTML5 so TCS can work with any map provider and otherwise customize

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28 Sep, 2012

John Day I’ve recently spoken with several people about the security of connected vehicles and I learned, among other things, that providing 100 percent protection for cars 100 percent of the time is most likely not possible. Cars are increasingly connected in a variety of ways, and connected cars will eventually be hacked. The threat is not dire at the moment but it could become so, and now is when auto industry … Read More

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29 Dec, 2011

J VanDomelen Future Combat Systems (FCS) is but a distant memory, but the need to stay on the bleeding edge of technology in military and aerospace (mil/aero) environments remains unchanged. Today’s missions in harsh and challenging environments call for the latest and greatest technological advances. FCS, the program created to deliver manned and unmanned advanced network-centric warfare and new combat vehicles … Read More

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28 Dec, 2011

J VanDomelen The U.S. Army’s Future Combat Systems (FCS) program, begun in 2003, carried with it the promise of a brand new fleet of manned ground vehicles; yet, due to economic and logistical difficulties and setbacks, FCS was cancelled in 2009. In the spring of 2009, Pentagon and Army officials announced the cancellation of the FCS vehicle-development effort. Rather than providing new, future-proof vehicles able … Read More

Mentor, Humvee, Mentor Graphics, electrical, Pentagon, U.S. Army, Electronic, Electric, Mentor.com, Geek, Mil-Aero, Hardware, Milaero, Military, FCS

27 Dec, 2011

J VanDomelen Militaries the world over are increasingly relying upon advanced, multifunctional electronics systems to help ensure not only their safety, but also mission success. The growing use of and reliance on electronics does not come without a cost, however. Power-hungry devices require sufficient and reliable power. Yet, power can be hard to come by, especially in remote battlefield locales, such as both … Read More

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31 May, 2010

J VanDomelen I remember well a touching story a colleague told me years ago. It was about her grandfather, who—despite his duties as husband, father of five, and the household breadwinner—joined the U.S. Army to fight, and risk his life, in what would become World War II. He thankfully returned home safely to re-join his wife, kids, and mother, albeit lacking a fingertip or two. He didn’t just live. He returned … Read More

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