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posted in June 2003
Military Technologies: The Push and the Challenge
News & Analysis  
6/27/2003   Post a comment
Military budgets are growing at rates not experienced since the Cold War, rooted in concern over world events and potential threats to US and international security. This article provides an overview of the trends in Military systems spending that is driving the procurement of sophisticated systems. These systems create challenges for military systems designers, with system testing being paramount to maximizing mission success.
Reduce test costs throughout the design cycle
Design How-To  
6/16/2003   Post a comment
To reduce ever-increasing test costs, the entire test process should be targeted for cost reduction through optimization and automation, not just few high visibility phases. A more "holistic" approach is needed.


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