On May 28, Joe O’Neil, CEO of Green Circuits, updated Nolan Johnson on how the company continues to operate during the COVID-19 restrictions. O’Neil reflects on the rapid chain of events this past March when lockdowns were instituted in the San Francisco Bay area. After a brief but rapid shutdown, Green Circuits was back up and in production.
In Part 1 of this column series, Dominique Numakura wrote about the possibility of using advancements in electronics to create detection devices for the coronavirus. In Part 2, he expands on several ideas for these new medical devices.
It may not happen today or tomorrow, but salespeople all going to be out there again, hopefully, sooner than later. Dan Beaulieu shares seven tips for preparing to re-enter the world of face-to-face...
Matt Kelly, a familiar face in IPC standards development and widely recognized in the global electronics industry as a thought leader and an innovator, was recently hired as IPC’s chief technologist. Dr. John Mitchell sat down...
Rogers Corporation Keeps Materials Moving Interview with Roger Tushingham
Down-shifting to the New Normal by Todd Kolmodin
PCB Prototyping During a Pandemic by Matt Stevenson
It’s the Little Things by Tara Dunn
An Optimistic Look at Resource Optimization Into the Future by Paul Benke and Michaela Brody
It’s All About Being Prepared by Raymond Goh
The Rush to Remote Work: Amid COVID-19, Businesses Fail to Employ Necessary Safety Nets by Ken Michael