Excelitas Technologies to Present Three Technical Papers at NDIA’s 56th Annual Fuze Conference
Excelitas Technologies will be delivering three technical presentations and chairing two sessions at the NDIA’s 56th Annual Fuze Conference held in Baltimore, Md. from May 14-16. Excelitas Technologies is a global provider of innovative, customized opto-electronic solutions to OEMs seeking high-performance, market-driven technologies.
The theme for the 56th Annual NDIA Fuze Conference is “Next Generation Fuzing for Next Generation Weapons.” The conference provides the opportunity to discuss and share ideas to help advance the state-of-the-art for the next generation of fuzing that meets the users' needs. The Fuze Conference welcomes the participation of both domestic and allied fuze designers, manufacturers and component suppliers, along with government representatives.
Dr. Barry Neyer – Chief Technology Officer, Advanced Electronic Systems, Excelitas Technologies
Roy Streetz – Site Engineering Leader, Advanced Electronic Systems, Excelitas Technologies
Justin Graves – Electrical Engineer, Advanced Electronic Systems, Excelitas Technologies
401 West Pratt Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21201
Tuesday, May 15
Session ll – U.S. Government Science, Technology and Acquisition Overview
Session Chairs: Dr. Barry Neyer, Chief Technology Officer, Excelitas Technologies; Mr. Dave Lawson, Chief Engineer, L-3 Fuzing and Ordinance Systems
Session IIIA – Open Concurrent Session – Technical Paper Presentations
Session Co-Chairs: Mr. Ken Kelly, Kaman Precision Products and Mr. Roy Streetz, Excelitas Technologies
Key Ballroom 7, 9, 10
1:00 – 5:20 p.m.
Wednesday, May 16
“A Miniaturized Shock-hardened ESAD for Engaging a Wide Variety of Targets”
Author: Justin Graves, Excelitas Technologies
9:20 a.m. (Session IVB)
Classification: Closed; DoD/U.S. DoD Contractors Only
“Advanced ESAD and ISD Factory and Field Test Systems”
Authors: Roy Streetz and Kevin Halvorson, Excelitas Technologies
2:00 p.m. (Session VA)
“The Informant Nano Recorder”
Authors: Justin Graves and Chad Ruttencutter, Excelitas Technologies
3:40 p.m. (Session VA)
About Excelitas Technologies
Excelitas Technologies provides innovative, customized optoelectronics and advanced electronic systems to a global customer base of leading OEMs seeking high-performance, market-driven technology solutions. From aerospace and defense applications to industrial, safety and security, medical lighting, analytical instrumentation and clinical diagnostics applications, Excelitas Technologies is committed to enabling our customers' success in their end-markets. Excelitas Technologies offers a broad range of products and capabilities for aerospace and defense, security, and other high-reliability applications including: Energetic Safety Systems, Power Supplies, Frequency Standards/Atomic Clocks, High Energy Switching devices, APDs, SPCMs, Pulsed Laser Diodes, LEDs, and more.
Excelitas Technologies has approximately 3,000 employees in North America, Europe and Asia. The company was previously a business unit of PerkinElmer, and is now owned by Veritas Capital.
Fleishman Hillard, on behalf of Excelitas Technologies