Future Electronics holds keynote panel on Embedded Security at AEU 2018

Future Electronics, a global leading distributor of electronic components, held a keynote panel on embedded system security on Thursday, November 8th at their corporate headquarters in Montreal, Canada.

“Securing Our Customer’s Future: Designing Secure Embedded Systems” was moderated by Todd Baker, corporate vice president of Engineering at Future Electronics, and featured representatives from Future’s platinum-level suppliers.

The panel was part of Advanced Engineering University (AEU) 2018, Future’s premier event for training the members of its Advanced Engineering Group on the latest technologies and applications from their valued partner suppliers. AEU is an opportunity for Future’s Field Engineers to expand their technical knowledge and skills so they can help customers succeed in getting their products into production.

Future Electronics’ Advanced Engineering team for the Americas was in attendance at AEU ‘18, along with the Advanced Engineering staff from Asia excepting China. Over 60 suppliers and 150 FAEs participated in AEU 2018.


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