Joseph Federico earned an associate’s degree from the Metropolitan Technical Institute and a bachelor’s degree in electronic engineering technology from Fairleigh Dickinson University. This education created the foundation of his career with NJ Micro Electronic Testing, Inc., where Joseph has worked since completing his education in 1978. Today, Joseph is the Vice President and Director of Operations for NJMET.
Early in his career, Joseph developed an innovative testing system to check the quality and authenticity of various electronic components. Counterfeit and cloned electronic parts are problems that plague many electronic equipment manufacturers and product developers all over the world, and Joseph does his utmost to help others ensure the authenticity of their electronic components.
The testing system developed by Joseph Federico, Mission: Imposter, which was helpful in the development of most counterfeit detection requirements in the electronic industry, is a varied regimen of physical, chemical, metallurgical, and electronic tests designed to detect counterfeited and cloned electronic components. His work in this field served as a foundation for continued innovations in the counterfeit detection field.
Joseph Federico is the Vice President and Director of Operations at NJ Micro Electronic Testing, Inc. In this role, Joseph works hard to ensure his company meets strategic business objectives and growth goals while consistently overseeing workflow and testing regimens for various electronic components. Joseph has helped his company organize and promote various charitable endeavors throughout New Jersey, and his dedication to service and improving the lives of others carries over into his personal life as well.
Joseph Federico regularly donates to the March of Dimes, the St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital, and the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. In his spare time, he participates in charitable walk-a-thons throughout New Jersey and arranges donations to many charitable causes. Joseph also spent 18 years as a Confraternity of Christian Doctrine Instructor, Church Lector, and Eucharistic Minister.
Joseph has traveled the world to offer insights and advice to other industry leaders and counts Japan and Israel as some of his favorite places to visit. He hopes to see Australia, Antarctica, and Dubai sometime during his life.
He also enjoys spending his free time with family and strives to be a devoted father, son, uncle, and friend. He regularly visits Broadway for concerts and shows and enjoys hiking whenever he can. An avid sports fan, Joseph Federico cheers for the New York Rangers, New York Yankees, the New York Giants, and the Los Angeles Lakers. He also enjoys boxing, mixed martial arts, sumo wrestling, and Formula One racing. He hopes to one day run the New York Marathon.
Joseph Federico of NJ is an active member of his community in Clifton, NJ, where he has worked since 1978 at NJ Micro Electronic Testing, Inc. He strongly believes in service to others and improving the lives of members of his community, and this belief shows through in the various charitable causes he has helped organize and complete over the years. His upbringing and love of his community have inspired a life of service to others and commitment to improving the lives of others.
In a professional capacity, Joseph Federico of NJ has encouraged NJMET to increase its charitable work in a variety of local, national, and international causes. NJMET offers an annual scholarship to a local high school senior with strong academic success who plans to pursue a career in STEM field of science, technology, engineering and manufacturing. The company has also helped organize charitable events and fundraising drives for many causes over the years. Most recently, NJMET organized and completed a Holiday Toy Drive for Oasis: a Haven for Women and Children in Paterson, NJ.
Joseph Federico of NJ also believes in charity in his personal life. He regularly donates to the March of Dimes, the St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital, and the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. He participates in walk-a-thons and other charity drives all over Metropolitan area on a regular basis and believes in supporting the spiritual health of his community.
US Department of Transportation rulemaking on V2V and V2I communications.
There is likely to be much more chatter on the road, but you won’t hear it. Cars will soon be talking to each other and to the road infrastructure.
Vehicle to Vehicle (V2V) communication took a significant step forward this month as the US Department of Transportation issued a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking on deploying the technology. The proposed rule would require automakers to include V2V technologies in all new light-duty cars and trucks. The rule proposes requires V2V devices to “speak the same language” through standardized messaging. Continue reading “Talking Cars Coming to a Highway Near You”
I just read this post on the Earthtron blog about Xilinx’s new Field Programmable Gate Arrays. I strongly believe Xilinx has made great strides to improve the Kintex-7 Line.
Reducing power consumption by 40% will strengthen applications from long distance WAN support to improving live events such as radio and satellite feeds. These are paramount improvements in actual real time applications to move toward an Internet-of-Things.
Electronic Products and Technology, ept.ca, one of Canada’s Leading Electronics websites published two articles that outline the risks of buying and using counterfeit components. The articles are Why Buy Authentic? The Case Against Counterfeit Products and Protecting Yourself from Counterfeit and Gray Market Components.
In addition to the practices and precautions mentioned in the articles, it is strongly recommended that any components that are purchased without an authentic manufacturers C of C Certificate of compliance should undergo Fraudulent/Counterfeit Electronic Parts: Avoidance, Detection, Mitigation testing in accordance with SAE Aerospace standard AS6081.
There is a terrific article in the MIT Technology Review about a prototype for a new device to help the near-blind see and navigate their surroundings. Read it here.
I truly believe that these new wearable electronic glasses that allow people with little sight or who are legally blind to actually see is revolutionizing the industry at amazing speed.
It is a gift from science that these glasses can help legally blind people see people’s faces from up close and afar as well as TV, entertainment, newspapers, books, menus, signs and other reading materials from any distance. There are a series of these glasses in particular that address all types of vision loss from diabetic retinal disease to ocular and macular degeneration.
I applaud the engineering and development implemented in this revolutionary discovery.