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We’re Open: Keeping You on Schedule in a Pandemic

March 24, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic is unlike anything you’ve faced before. It’s changing lives and disrupting businesses across the globe. But we can still help you stay on schedule. As the worldwide leader in testing, NTS is an “essential business” that’s considered...

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Coronavirus Alert: Protecting Customers and Employees

March 18, 2020

At NTS, we deeply value our customers. You are the reason we are here. As such, NTS desires to protect its customer relationships and ensure that we meet all your requirements for testing of whatever kind. Our commitment to our...

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How To View Testing at Home in Coronavirus Era

March 18, 2020

The Coronavirus Pandemic is creating new pressures for engineers who are looking to keep their projects on schedule in an era of uncertainty. With increasing restrictions on travel and workplace gathering, it’s becoming increasingly difficult to witness testing in a...

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NASA’s Artemis Program: How Advanced Testing & Expedited Scheduling is Keeping Everything on Time

March 14, 2020

NASA is planning to send the first woman to the moon—and beyond. As such, NASA is working with the world’s most technologically advanced companies. Take a look below to see how NASA is keeping its Artemis program on schedule. Having...

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NTS Thought Leaders Lead Workshops at EMC Europe in Barcelona

October 24, 2019

NTS’s industry-leading EMC expertise was in the spotlight at the European Conference on Electromagnetic Compatibility in Barcelona during the 2nd and 6th of September, 2019. NTS’s own Chief Electrical Engineer, Jeff Viel, chaired a workshop on “High Intensity Radiated Field...

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How Does Turbulence Impact Airplanes?

August 23, 2019

The “fasten seatbelts” light comes on. The plane rocks side to side precipitously. You haven’t prayed in years, but you suddenly rediscover your religion, certain you’re about to meet your maker. What is airplane turbulence, and what causes airplane turbulence...

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The Future of Aviation

April 19, 2019

The aviation industry is a massive global economic contributor, supporting millions of jobs and transporting billions of passengers. It’s laid the groundwork for some of history’s most important technological, design and engineering breakthroughs. Despite ongoing challenges the airlines face operationally,...

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EMI/EMC Testing on Aircraft

April 9, 2019

Aircraft engineering and design can minimize risks, but this requires protective measures. One hazard, electricity, can influence aircraft functions because aircraft contain devices and equipment for flight, crew and ground support. These maintain communications, navigation and safety, and electrical changes...

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Everything You Need to Know About Radio Frequency Identification of Medical Devices

March 12, 2019

Radio frequency identification, commonly shortened to RFID, is a type of technology impacting the way various industries log and track information attached to products and people. The healthcare world may have the most to gain when it comes to RFID....

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The Ins and Outs of Propulsion Testing

March 8, 2019

The term “propulsion” comes from the Latin words “pro,” which means forward, and “pellere,” which means to drive. Propulsion, then, means to drive something forward. Propulsion is the force that causes a balloon to fly forward when the helium inside...

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