Almost Too Good To Be True
The NATO Maintenance and Supply Agency is required to maintain critical systems
for periods extending well past their intended life cycles. As a result, many of
these systems experience severe obsolescence and reliability problems as they age.
DMEA maintains expertise in all levels of developing microelectronics technology.
This unique knowledge base allows DMEA to insert advanced technologies
at the lowest possible risk and at reduced operations and support costs. Instead
of making copies of obsolete microelectronics components made with old technology,
DMEA can redesign new components with advanced technology so that the system will
operate as expected but with all the benefits of the new technology: fewer parts,
greater reliability, and sometimes more capability.
like to extend [our] appreciation to DMEA for their support to the Rockets/Missiles
Programme in providing solutions for obsolete circuit cards. [DMEA’s] accomplishment
of successfully redesigning a NATO module with considerable improvements in reliability
and reduced costs could not have been accomplished without [your] technical knowledge,
leadership, and dedication.
It is apparent that DMEA is the DOD leader in expertise, knowledge, and experience
in applying these technologies to critical weapons systems.”
J .S. Laposata, Deputy General Manager and Director of Logistics Programmes
NATO Maintenance and Supply Agency, Luxembourg