Trusted Microelectronics Workshop – February 3, 2016
Lockheed Martin Global Vision Center
Crystal City, VA
Save the date for NDIA’s sixth Trusted Microelectronics Workshop taking place on February 3, 2016 in Crystal City, VA.
In our last workshop, we heard from Government experts on their activities to ensure defense and national security systems have the protection of Trusted Microelectronics. Now it’s Industry’s turn to talk about their Trusted offerings and what can be done to increase the use of Trusted Microelectronics.
At this workshop, Industry experts will discuss the work being done to ensure:
- Government programs have choices for leading edge microelectronics technologies that are trustable
- State-of-the-art technologies critical to national defense programs are available from domestic sources
- R&D in technologies that ensure Trust are part of microelectronics suppliers’ development roadmaps
Mr. David Sobczak, Client Executive, Aerospace & Defense Industry, Manager, Trusted Foundry, GlobalFoundries U.S. 2, will provide the keynote address.
The DMEA Accredited Trusted Suppliers will provide information on their Trusted offerings, and representatives from systems manufacturers will discuss their decision process for selecting microelectronics components.
Who should attend: Government and Industry program managers, systems engineers and developers, microelectronics designers, supply chain and sustainment officials, purchasing and procurement professionals, product mangers and operations analysts.
Please join us to add your views to this important exchange! Register today at www.ndia.org/meetings/6290.