DDC’s Single Board Computer chosen by KHI for MMX Mars sampling mission!

Data Device Corporation (DDC) announces that Kawasaki Heavy Industries (KHI), developer of the Martian Moons eXploration (MMX) sample collection manipulator system, has chosen DDC’s SCS750G4® Single Board Computer (SBC) for use on the MMX program for the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA)

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TransDigm creates 150 Doug Peacock Scholarships for underrepresented students at Clemson University

TransDigm Group Incorporated has created scholarships at Clemson University to address the financial need of promising undergraduates from backgrounds that are historically underrepresented on college campuses.

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Touchdown! Nasa’s Mars Perseverance Rover Safely Lands On Red Planet

Unless you’ve been living on a different planet, you may have already heard that NASA has just landed the heaviest and most sophisticated rover, Percy (OK, officially Perseverance), on the Red planet. What you may not have heard is that a hundred year old company in Southern California, just 50 miles south of NASA JPL, was responsible for designing and manufacturing the state-of-the-art parachute that safely decelerated Percy from supersonic speeds ready for the daring SkyCrane maneuver.

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Cleveland Clinic and Transdigm Partner to Help Provide Affordable Broadband to Cleveland Neighborhood

Cleveland Clinic, DigitalC and two Cleveland businesses, TransDigm Group Incorporated (NYSE:TDG) and The Lubrizol Foundation, are coming together to help provide affordable high-speed internet to residents of the Fairfax neighborhood in Cleveland. The effort aims to help impact disparities in internet coverage in the local community, which can affect access to education, healthcare and economic opportunities.

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Rochester Institute of Technology is establishing a new scholarship program thanks to a pledge from TransDigm Group Inc.

The Doug Peacock Scholarship will provide 75 awards in total for three cohort groups of five first-year students selected from the Kate Gleason College of Engineering, College of Engineering Technology, and Saunders College of Business. Women and students from underrepresented groups that demonstrate financial need are eligible for the partial scholarships, which are renewable for up to five years of the recipients’ education.

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