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Blackfox Training Institute has partnered with Singaporean firm Wizlogix Pte Ltd to establish Singapore’s only IPC Training Center. This new center in Singapore offers the same IPC Certifications as offered in the Longmont, Colorado headquarters.
This expansion provides an avenue for Blackfox Training Institute to deliver IPC Certifications in the region, which boasts trends of increasing demand. Master IPC trainers from Blackfox will be conducting these programs in Singapore.
About Wizlogix Pte Ltd
Driven by the goal to provide the best PCB design services in Singapore, Wizlogix was founded to offer a range of solutions, from design to fabrication, assembly and component kitting. Wizlogix also has its training hub, providing technical competency programs unique to the PCB industry. For more information, click here.
Blackfox is the leader in providing quality training systems and custom courses to the Electronic Manufacturing Industry's cutting-edge companies as well as to individuals who are interested in a career in Electronics. Blackfox is also the premier worldwide Authorized IPC Training Center, providing all current IPC Certifications. For more information, please visit them here.
Dan Feinberg, Technology Editor, I-Connect007
At this year’s CES, they announced the launch of an extended reality (XR) reference design for the next generation of XR headsets. As the “sketch-to-scale” solutions provider, as they describe themselves, that designs and builds “intelligent products for a connected world,” they have now introduced an augmented reality (AR or, as we now call it, XR) reference design to reduce time to market for companies wishing to make and market XR devices.
Dan Feinberg has been covering augmented, virtual, and mixed-reality for I-Connect007 for the last few years. He recently met with Eric Braddom, VP of Extended Reality (XR) Product Management for Flex, a company that is involved in this disruptive technology. In this interview, Dan and Eric discuss the future of augmented, mixed and/or virtual reality, or as Flex calls it, "extended reality."
Neil Sharp, JJS Manufacturing
While handing over part or all of your manufacturing to a third party can be daunting, it offers a host of benefits. It frees you up to focus on what you do best--whether that's designing, marketing or selling. It reduces your operating costs, and you gain from the range and depth of expertise than an EMS can provide. For OEMs already outsourcing their manufacturing, going to a third party for other services, like product design, could well be the next logical step.