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Altium recently conducted its first-ever European users conference, AltiumLive 2017: Annual PCB Design Summit, at the Westin Grand Munich. Speakers included Lee Ritchey of Speeding Edge, Simon Payne of Cambridge Technology Group / XJTAG, Thomas Wischnack of Porsche Engineering Services, and Andreas Doering of IBM Research Laboratory.
This conference drew big crowds of PCB designers. But if you couldn’t make it, don’t worry. We shot a variety of photos.
To go directly to the AltiumLive photo gallery, click here. Danke!
Dan Beeker's AltiumLive Keynote: It's All About the Space
Carl Schattke: I Started Designing Boards When I Was 12
Andy Shaughnessy, Design007 Magazine
David White has been involved with artificial intelligence research for almost 30 years. Now, David is the senior group director of R&D for Cadence Design Systems, and I knew we’d have to speak with him for this issue on AI. In a recent interview, we discussed his decades of work in AI, Cadence’s research into AI and machine learning, and what he believes AI could mean for the EDA tools of the future.
Barry Matties, I-Connect007
Tony Tung is a recent graduate from Taiwan who has come up with a new way for PCB designers and makers to create breadboards using printed paper circuits. I caught up with Tony at the recent San Mateo Maker Faire and sat down with him to learn more about this project.