STI Electronics Will Exhibit at the AUSA Global Force Symposium and Exhibition


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STI Electronics, Inc., a full service organization providing training services, training and electronic assembly kits, analytical and failure analysis, prototyping, and small-to-medium volume PCB assembly, is pleased to announce that it will exhibit at the AUSA Global Force Symposium and Exhibition. The Association of the United States Army Institute of Land Warfare (AUSA ILW) will produce an unclassified Global Force symposium for members of industry and the military community that is scheduled to take place March 15-17, 2016 at the Von Braun Center in Huntsville, Ala. The three-day event will include featured presentations from the United States Army Materiel Command, the United States Army Training and Doctrine Command, and the Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army (Acquisition, Logistics and Technology). STI will have representatives on hand to discuss STI’s Engineering Services division.

STI's Engineering Services division provides engineering support and specialized contract manufacturing services for the electronics manufacturing industry. From product design and manufacturability analysis to pre-production prototype and development, STI's Prototype and Development Lab is a full-service design review and preproduction facility.

STI is equipped with a state-of-the-art 26,000 ft2 manufacturing area with the latest in high-speed placement, inspection and test equipment in addition to work cells to assemble complex box builds. STI personnel are uniquely qualified to assemble to the highest quality standards and are all trained and certified to J-STD-001 ES (Space Addendum). This includes all technicians, machine operators and support personnel. STI also is listed on the IPC Qualified Manufacturers List (QML) for J-STD-001/IPC-A-610 and the J-STD-001 Space Addendum.

About STI Electronics, Inc.

Since 1982, STI Electronics, Inc. (STI) has been the premier full service organization for training, consulting, laboratory analysis, prototyping, and small-to-medium volume PCB assembly in the electronics industry. STI also produces a complete line of solder training kits and training support products. For more information, click here.

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