|December 14, 2012|
|***EARLY BIRD SPECIAL*** - Just $99.00 if you register before December 12, 2012. ($129.00 after December 12, 2012)|
|Approximately two hours.|
|Moderator: John Keller, Editor-in-Chief, Military & Aerospace Electronics Magazine|
The new Defense Logistics Agency's DNA-marking mandate has been called expensive, confusing, and questionably effective, yet is the law of the land. In this Webcast, top industry experts will give advice to electronics suppliers on how to follow the mandate's guidelines, and chart a course for what suppliers can expect in the future.
You will learn what the mandate means for you as an electronics supplier to the U.S. Department of Defense. As of 15 Nov. 2012, the DLA mandates marking all electronics parts sold to the Pentagon to have DNA-based marking in an effort to prevent counterfeit parts from entering the U.S. military supply chain.
The Webcast entitled "DNA marking controversy, and what it means for military semiconductor suppliers" will be 14 Dec. at 1 p.m. eastern time.
Dale Lillard, president of aftermarket supplier Lansdale Semiconductor in Phoenix, as well as Lee Mathieson, operations manager at Lansdale Semiconductor will join George Karalias, marketing communications director at aftermarket specialist Rochester Electronics in Newburyport, Mass., to tell attendees what they face with this new mandate, which is aimed at foiling parts counterfeiting.
Joining the panel will be Brent Rhoton, customer quality engineering manager at the Texas Instruments Semiconductor Group in Sherman Texas, to help electronics suppliers understand which companies are affected by the DLA mandate, and how the mandate might evolve in the future.
Military & Aerospace Electronics Chief Editor John Keller will analyze initial response from the semiconductor industry from organizations such as the Semiconductor Industry Association and the JEDEC Solid State Technology Association.
Dale Lillard, President, Lansdale Semiconductor
Lee Mathieson, Operations Manager, Lansdale Semiconductor
Steve Hirschfeld, Director of Quality, Rochester Electronics
|Moderator: John Keller Editor-in-Chief Military & Aerospace Electronics Magazine|