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Part 4 - Device Fatigue Evaluation for Market Approval

This is the fourth of five short articles on the importance of cardiovascular device biomechanical compatibility. These articles discuss: 1) why biomechanical compatibility is important, 2) its role in the device development process, 3) fatigue evaluation for initiating clinical trials, 4) fatigue evaluation for market approval, and 5) the future of biomechanical compatibility assessment.

Global Science & Technology, Inc. (GST) Wins an Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) contract

GST’s CEO and President, Chieh-san Cheng, recently announced a contract with the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) to develop Weather Satellite (WeatherSat) sensor data processing algorithms, perform calibration/validation of the sensor data, and provide image processing in support of the AFRL small satellite weather mission. WeatherSat will address critical capability gaps in collecting global weather data and collect multispectral images (or Raw Data Records – RDR) in the visible and infrared bands from a dawn-dusk sun-synchronous orbit at an altitude of 850km. GST will work with the Air Force science team to ensure a successful mission by producing Sensor Data Records (SDRs) and Environmental Data Records (EDRs) from RDRs for use by the end users such as the 557th Weather Wing.

"This work will enhance GST’s capability in algorithms development for satellite operations and data processing as well as with the government’s evolving cloud services architecture", said Cheng, "and I appreciate the hard work of all the GST team members who made this award possible."

GST's Alejandro Egido wins the 2020 NOAA David Johnson Award

Dr. Egido is being honored March 20th, 2020, at the Robert Goddard Memorial Dinner for his novel analytic technique which improves along-track resolution of high-rate satellite radar altimeters.

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GST and the NOAA Climate Data Records Program

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Global Science & Technology, Inc. is proud to announce it will support the Climate Data Record (CDR) Program for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) National Climatic Data Center (NCDC) located in Asheville, NC.

The CDR Program seeks to provide a comprehensive set of size- and time-relevant records for the detection, analysis, and prediction of climate change. The climate records created would come from remotely sensed and in situ measurements. Ultimately, the program’s goal is to help better inform the public and enable them to plan and respond to climate-related events in a more effective and timely manner. 

NCDC is the world’s largest active archive of climate data. NCDC produces numerous climate publications and responds to data requests from all over the world. NCDC operates the World Data Center for Meteorology co-located at NCDC in Asheville, NC, and the World Data Center for Paleoclimatology located in Boulder, CO.

NCDC supports a three-tier national climate services support program. Program partners include: NCDC, regional climate centers, and state climatologists.

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NOAA NCDC CDR Program website.

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