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Nuclear and defense market


Nuclear and defence

The nuclear and defence industrial sector covers security products and services. It meets a double challenge: the protection of companies, citizens as well as the resilience of the State. Nuclear and defence are demanding sectors that require reliable electronics that are available over long periods of time.

The nuclear and defence market installs devices or systems that carry out functions such as :

  • observation,
  • analysis,
  • detection,
  • access control,
  • protection,
  • alert,
  • intervention,
  • communication.

Market challenges

Security is a field of excellence and one of the most productive in terms of exports. It brings together large groups, world leaders, SMEs and major exporters and research laboratories. Despite these positive indicators, the industry is facing major challenges in terms of growth.

First of all, the security field is characterised by the convergence of economic problems and sovereignty issues.

Indeed, given the very important economic potential that this sector represents, especially for exports, there is a requirement to protect sovereignty.

In order to cope with the economy’s digital transformation, the protection of digital tools and data must be guaranteed by the French European trust incentives.

In light of the emergence of the Internet of Things, these two considerations are all the more relevant.

The large number of connected objects are a source of great economic opportunity but they are an additional risk for security because they increase the scope of potential attacks.

Taking this risk into consideration, it is necessary for companies to position themselves as leaders in disruptive technologies and their security applications: artificial intelligence, big data, blockchain, and on more conceptual approaches, which can lead to new, more secure systems.

Tame-Component's expertise

Tame-Component supports you in the qualification, control and resolution of problems on components, boards and electronic systems, as well as in the treatment of obsolescence.

We have developed the answer to the specific needs for reliability and dependability of

  • Operators ;
  • manufacturers ;
  • equipment manufacturers ;
  • component manufacturers or suppliers.

Certifications and accreditations

Quality has been at the heart of Tame Component’s concerns since the beginning. In a context of continuous improvement, the laboratory is well aware that certifications and accreditations have become an essential requirement to guarantee the quality of its processes. Thus, Tame-Component has developed its skills and adapted its organization to obtain the following certifications:

  • Internal visual inspection: determination of internal defects of a component, according to MIL_-STD-883, METHOD 2013
  • External visual inspection: determination of external defects of a component, according to MIL_-STD-883, METHOD 2009
  • Pull-out test: Tensile stress on chip assemblies, per MIL_-STD-883, METHOD 2011
  • Chip shear: force on chip connections, per MIL_-STD-883, METHOD 2019

AQAP 2110

AQAP 2110

AQAP 2110 is a NATO standard setting out quality requirements. It is a quality management tool that meets the requirements of ISO 9001 and the specific requirements of the "Defense" sector.



TRONICO is Nadcap Electronics certified. This is a certification of the manufacturing process of electronic boards, developed by the players of the aerospace and defense market. Its objective is twofold: to improve quality and reduce costs.


Defense : Use of memories not available in the military temperature range


Jean Bastid

Tame-Component's Director

26 rue du Bocage
85660 Saint-Philbert-de-Bouaine

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