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RMQSI Digest – Dec 2016

  December 2016 Edition Recent Headlines: Defense: Air Force Slowly Reacting to Reusable Rockets, Cheap Launch – Satellite Today The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is developing a program with a goal of launching 10 times in 10 days to demonstrate aircraft-like operability, cost efficiency and reliability. F-35As Grounded Due to Faulty Insulation Back in Flight – Inside Defense The Air…  Read More
December 8th, 2016|

RMQSI Digest – Nov 2016

  November 2016 Edition Recent Headlines: Defense: U.S. Air Force Drops Dummy Nukes In Nevada Desert – Activist Post In collaboration with the National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA), the Air Force successfully tested two B61 nuclear bombs. Neither carried a live warhead. Air Force Appears to Concede that the F-35 Can’t (and won’t) Replace the A-10 Warthog – Hot Air The amount…  Read More
November 7th, 2016|

RMQSI Digest – Sep 2016

  September 2016 Edition Recent Headlines: Defense: Fueling the Future: AF Works to ‘Home-Grow’ Biofuels for DOD, Industry – U.S. Air Force A need to address increases in petroleum costs with an environmentally friendly fuel source has led to a new way of looking at production and the Defense Production Act Title III Program Office, part of the Air Force…  Read More
September 7th, 2016|

RMQSI Digest – Aug 2016

  August 2016 Edition Recent Headlines: Defense: Navy’s Newest Aircraft Carrier, Already Behind Schedule, Still May Not Be Ready For A Fight – National Security News It has cost taxpayers nearly $13 billion, making it the most expensive warship in history, but the Pentagon’s weapons-tester says in a new memo the ship may not yet be ready to fight. Despite Objections,…  Read More
August 9th, 2016|

RMQSI Digest – Jul 2016

  July 2016 Edition Recent Headlines: Defense: U.S. Army and Air Force Agonize Over Picking a New Handgun – Popular Mechanics The Department of Defense will soon chose three finalists in a competition to be the U.S. Army and Air Force’s new sidearm. One of the three finalists could go on to outfit all of the services, with total sales…  Read More
July 7th, 2016|

RMQSI Digest – Jun 2016

  June 2016 Edition Recent Headlines: Defense: Army Regulation 702–16: Chemical Biological Defense Materiel Reliability Program (PDF) – ARMY This regulation establishes Army policy, responsibilities, and guidance for the Chemical Biological Defense Materiel Reliability Program (CBDMRP). US Army Wants to Boost Reliability of MQ-1C Gray Eagle’s Engine – Flight Global The US Army is pursuing component changes to boost the reliability of…  Read More
June 7th, 2016|

RMQSI Digest – May 2016

  May 2016 Edition Recent Headlines: Defense: Picatinny Arsenal Plays Key Role in Ensuring Software Reliability – Army As the U.S. Army replaces its aging fleet of armored personnel carriers, Picatinny Arsenal is playing a crucial role in ensuring that the software for the new Armored Multi-Purpose Vehicle, or AMPV, meets rigid standards of performance. Army Upgrading Apache’s 40-Year-Old Sensors -…  Read More
May 5th, 2016|

Quanterion Announces the Release of its NanoTech Connect Website

The NanoTech Connect Website provides: Centralized nanotechnology, nanoscience and nanoengineering resources for researchers, engineers, administrators and students Promotion of technical, industry, administrative and government organizations in New York State and across the country Read more…. If you would like to subscribe to our NanoTech Connect distribution list to receive all the latest news and announcements, click…  Read More
April 25th, 2016|

New RMQSI Knowledge Center Guide for Reliable Human-Machine Systems Just Released!

The RMQSI Knowledge Center, in collaboration with noted domain expert Kenneth P. LaSala, PhD, is proud to announce the availability of the Second Edition of his “A Practical Guide to Developing Reliable Human-Machine Systems” publication. This publication has four objectives: Motivate designers to consider the impact of humans early in the development of systems and processes,…  Read More
April 8th, 2016|