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The PCB Forums 2019 will be held in different cities of Germany, Karlsruhe (July 23), Nuremberg (July 24), and Munich (July 25).
Growing design complexity, ever-increasing global market pressures, increased demands for more sophisticated and reliable products in less and less time - it is becoming increasingly difficult for designers of electronic products to keep pace with the constant changes in the industry.
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David Gronner, PCB Technologies Ltd.
Data is omnipresent. At times it goes unnoticed, just waiting there for someone to collect, analyze, and make use of it to create value. Data that seemed irrelevant at the time might come in handy when you need to come up with a solution to a new challenge. When, for instance, you need a reliable quote that can accurately predict a product’s price, you need to base it on past actual operation machine time, raw materials cost, etc. Otherwise, guessing a new product’s price might result in unexpected spending, especially when it concerns sophisticated systems.
Mark Gallant, DownStream Technologies
The following article is an excerpt from Chapter 5 of the I-Connect007 eBook The Printed Circuit Designer’s Guide to… Documentation, written by Mark Gallant of DownStream Technologies.
Andy Shaughnessy, Design007 Magazine
I met with Greg Patterson, one of the founders of Porticos—a product development company that develops rugged handheld electronics, among other products. Greg shares the biggest design challenges Porticos encounters in these products, as well as some of the most interesting projects he has developed.