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iNEMI is hosting free webinars to introduce the 2017 Roadmap to the electronics industry professionals. This latest biennial roadmap features chapters developed by prominent OEMs that forecast the business and technical needs of seven different product sectors.
The latest edition of the iNEMI roadmap will go on sale in April. In line with this, iNEMI will be previewing highlights from select chapters in two webinars, the schedules of which are as follows:
- Asia (April 6): Internet of Things (IoT) and Packaging & Components Substrates chapters
- North America/Europe (April 7): IoT and Sustainable Electronics chapters
The 2017 iNEMI Roadmap is said to be the most comprehensive to date. This latest edition is planned to contain 28 chapters (the largest to date) and includes, for the first time, a chapter on IoT.
For more information or to register to the free webinars, click here.
09/04/2017 | Gene Weiner, Weiner International Inc.
IPC is planning to hold a special meeting on automotive electronics for senior executives during IPC APEX EXPO 2019. The meeting will be planned and produced by the IPC Ambassador Council. Its presentations will feature senior members of the entire automotive electronics supply chain.
08/01/2017 | Dan Beaulieu
This has been an exciting year for Prototron, which has achieved Mil-PRF-31032 and gone into the flex business. Most recently, Prototron received word that they had achieved their AS9100 Rev D, which made me want to check in with Kim O'Neil and find out more.
07/03/2017 | Gene Weiner, Weiner International Inc.
On the way back from Hong Kong last week I had the good fortune of meeting an officer of Allegro Microsystems and enjoyed a wide ranging discussion with him. One of the "take home" items was concern about an expanding shortage of rare earth metals used to make ICs for the burgeoning automotive sensor market. The second was how important the roles of partnering and consortia are in the rapidly advancing autonomous automotive electronic field.