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Stony Brook University Professors Visit North Atlantic Industries for Engineering Discussion Panel and Facility Tour

On April 29th North Atlantic Industries welcomed professors from Stony Brook’s Applied Math, Computer & Electronic Engineering, Computer Science, Material Science & Chemical Engineering, Technology & Society, Mechanical Engineering and Biomedical Engineering departments for an Engineering Discussion Panel and tour NAI’s new facility.

During their visit the professors were able experience NAI’s work environment and converse with NAI employees to learn about current NAI projects and how their students could apply their knowledge to help innovate new solutions. NAI presented the “NAI Career Impact” award to Professor David Westerfeld for going above and beyond in working with Stony Brook’s Career Center and assisting his students in applying for internships and careers in their field.

NAI is proud to be working alongside Stony Brook’s professors and Career Center to provide future generations with the opportunity to unleash the innovator in them to solve real world problems and deliver top of the line products.

NAI is a leading independent supplier of embedded computing, Input/Output, communications, measurement, simulation, power and systems products for commercial, industrial and military applications built on a Configurable Open Systems Architecture™ (COSA®). COSA offers the greatest modularity, flexibility, adaptability and configurability in the industry that accelerates our customers’ time-to-mission. COSA supports a Modular Open Systems Approach (MOSA) that delivers the best of both worlds: custom solutions from COTS components with No NRE. For over 50 years, companies like Lockheed Martin, Boeing, Northrop Grumman and Raytheon have leveraged NAI’s capabilities to meet the demanding requirements of a wide range of processing, I/O and communication-centric applications, and do so with uncompromising quality, efficiency and responsiveness. Information about NAI and its products can be found at
NAI Funds New Engineering Teaching Lab

In a special ceremony on November 12, 2018, the “North Atlantic Industries Engineering Teaching Lab” was dedicated as a facility for middle and high school students, Women in Science and Engineering (WISE) Honors program for pre-college students, evening undergraduate and graduate courses, master’s level courses for high school teachers, summer camps for high school students, professional development and more.

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