Tom Snyder of RIoT Labs to Keynote PCB Carolina


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PCB Carolina will feature a keynote presentation by Tom Snyder, executive director of RIoT Labs. RIoT Labs is a non-profit that is dedicated to driving the IoT economy. In an educational and entertaining keynote, Snyder will explain how IoT can be used with mousetraps.

 

PCB Carolina will take place November 13 at the McKimmon Center at NC State University in Raleigh. PCB Carolina is North Carolina’s premier electronics trade show, located near Research Triangle Park, a prime area for this highly technical conference on electronics.  In addition to the keynote, there will be 16 technical sessions, a vendor exhibition with over 70 companies participating, soldering workshops, and food throughout the day. Best of all, this event is free to all attendees. 

This is the place to be If you are involved in any stage of electronics: Product development, PCB design, signal integrity, electrical engineering, thermal, mechanical, test, inspection, contract manufacturing, technician, debug, compliance, analysis, purchasing, management.

PCB Carolina is organized and run by the volunteers of the RTP Chapter of the IPC Designers Council. The exhibit hall will be filled with a diverse list of vendors offering a range of products and services.  The technical classes will include outstanding presentations of the hottest topics including emerging technologies.  The reputation of this event has spread coast to coast.

For more information, visit www.pcbcarolina.com.

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