AltiumLive 2017 Germany Highlights


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AltiumLive 2017 Germany was a great success. The event, which hosted more than 300 designers and delegates at the Westin Grand Munich, was completely sold out.

Held on October 24–25, 2017, the summit featured presentations from experts in the PCB design industry, including 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.

AltiumLive 2017 Germany was the second summit for Altium this year. The first was held in San Diego, California, USA on October 3–4.
Check out the short video below for a quick look at AltiumLive 2017, and a preview of the new Altium Designer 18.

Click here to visit AlitiumLive Community, your gateway to the Altium ecosystem.

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