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To expand its international business, global market forecasters for Europe’s top defense and space enterprise strengthened planning for prioritized countries, supported decisions to refocus resources, highlighted new opportunities that were not in operational plans, and developed formulas to generate updates/analyses within just one day.Learn More About Our Customers Success
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In this brief video, Paul Burton – Director of Research & Analysis for IHS Defence Industry and Budgets – describes how a defense manufacturer overcame austere market conditions to unlock opportunities in emerging markets. Learn how the company used IHS proprietary data and market forecasts, and worked with IHS analysts, to secure a sale in a region where it had never before conducted business.View Video
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I have been studying gears and there is this law of gear ratios that say that small diameter gears when rotated 2 times , then the large diameter gear rotates one time. (Assuming 2:1 ratio). but if we are using big diameter gear as drive gear and using to rotate small diameter gear, then torque shou
Hi Guys! I was doing a vector math problem since we have this module in this semester in math,I'm an electrical engineer student don't get me wrong and I gat stuck on how to find the vector parallel to the line. The question is : Determine if the plane given by -x+2z=10 and the line given by r=(5,2-
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