“We’re in a pre-9/11 moment,” warned Mike Wallace, a member of the National Infrastructure Advisory Council (NIAC), at the White House on August 22.
Draper, a Dover minority stakeholder and the company’s incubating partner, officially announced the terms and arrangements of Dover’s spinout on August 15, 2017.
Dover Microsystems, Inc. was officially announced by the Cambridge-based Draper, one of the nation’s leading defense-focused R&D laboratories, after incubating at Draper HQ for two years. Draper President Ken Gabriel, touting Dover’s CoreGuard™ technology, commented that, “While Draper continues to provide this technology to our government customers, the spin-off of Dover Microsystems broadens its availability to the commercial sector.”
For more on the Dover + Draper connection, read up on Dover’s History.