Scarcity of Engineering Talent within Aerospace and Defense Organizations

The Covid-19 pandemic severely impacted the Aerospace industry, leading to significant restructuring within original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and the aerospace supply chain. Production volumes were dramatically cut, and spending on new programs was canceled. However, the Aerospace & Defense (A&D) industry is seeing a faster than predicted recovery due to the rapid increase in airline

Are Global Standards & Tests for Locomotives Stretching Your Budget & Delivery Timelines?

Since the first Industrial Revolution, trains have come a very long way. Railways have been the safest and most economical mode of global transportation for ages. And, in today’s world battling climate change, railways have emerged as the least-polluting mode of transport. To maintain and further enhance the safety promised for passengers & freight on

Lucia Piedra: Proud of my Heritage

As a young Mexican-American girl, I was impressed and inspired by the great Hispanics of my time, such as Cesar Chavez—a great independence activist—and Ellen Ochoa—the first Hispanic woman to go to space. I, too, dreamt big, knowing there would be challenges and many obstacles along the way. But my vision to keep dreaming and

Software Performance Testing & Benchmarking

Executive Summary According to Dunn & Bradstreet, 59% of Fortune 500 companies experience an estimated 1.6 hours of downtime weekly. Considering the average Fortune 500 Company with a minimum of 10,000 employees is paying $56 per hour, the labor part of downtime costs for such an organization would be $896,000 weekly, translating into more than

Tinkering with toys to tools

Hi! I am Paul White, and this is my ‘Engineers of Quest Global’ story. From an early age, my parents noticed I tended to tinker with various things around the house. I would take things apart, look at them, figure out how they worked, re-assemble them, and put them back on the shelf without anybody

Lead the Next Wave of Device Engineering

With almost 75% of manufacturing companies expecting servitization to dominate the future, manufacturers know they need to go beyond the physical products and offer more to customers. This holds particularly true in the devices market, with almost all brands offering similar product features at a specific price point. Today, thanks to rapidly changing technologies, OEMs/ODMs

How Technology is Making the World a Cleaner Place!

We live in a time filled with paradoxes: Collectively, we know far more than perhaps all the generations that preceded us combined, and yet individually we have far more unanswered questions than ever before. We have more capacity to solve problems than our forebears could have possibly imagined, and yet new challenges arise at such

Engineers of Quest Global – Sindhu’s Story

My passion for solving the hardest engineering problems ironically started by being surrounded by doctors. Hi, I am Sindhu Ramachandran, and this is my Engineers of Quest Global story. While growing up, most of my relatives and neighbors were doctors, and I  was fascinated by their approach to their profession. I’d often ask them, ‘why

Printed Circuit Board (PCB) Sustenance Factory by Quest Global

Empowering customers overcome worldwide silicon crisis The pandemic-led supply chain/logistics disruption resulted in silicon delays (digital, analog, mixed and discrete), premature or forced end-of-life for components and higher procurement cost, leading to a loss of revenue and market share for products. The losses to silicon chip shortages were staggering, vis-a-vis lost production, time and market

Leverage the power of Custom SoCs with Quest Global

With product cycles shrinking globally, designing a System on Chip (SoC) is key to differentiating consumer products and experiences with chip-based features. Hence, a steady increase in the number of large companies (Apple, Google, Amazon, Microsoft and Tesla) designing their own chipsets. The most notable include Apple’s M1 Processor, which now resides on the latest