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  • 09:30 - 10:00
    From idea to product, examples - Electronics in Sweden
    Magnus Svensson - Smartare Elektroniksystem
    Printed electronics is an emerging technology and have huge expected growth rate in the in the coming years. But still there is not too many examples of products and applications on the market. Printed electronics Arena in Sweden has during last decade been a place for commercialising research results and ideas from industry. We will make an overview and give examples of some different cases where we go from idea to product gathered from reality at Printed Electronics Arena and a short outlook on future applications to hit the market.
  • 10:15 - 10:45
    The secret life of shielded boxes
    Jan Eriksson - Managing Director - Detectus
    This presentation will show how electromagnetic fields from electronic units can behave inside shielded boxes and leak out from it if you are not aware of the issue.
  • 11:00 - 11:30
    Navigation of motor and motor-driver jungle
    Fredrik Ståhl - Marketing and development manager - Compotech
    Kevin Nunkoosingh - Application and development engineer - Compotech
    Our goal is to give a 30 minutes walkthrough into the world of motors and electric drives and not a boring presentation about the products that we carry. We will also give some information on how to guide a design team of electrical, mechanical and software engineers into making the right decision when choosing the right equipment to meet the client’s specification. The presentation will be given in English but both speakers are fluent in Swedish and can answer questions in both languages.
  • 11:45 - 12:15
    Being Digital from Quotes to Orders
    Stephane Ratelet - API Champion EMEA/APAC - Digi-Key Electronics
    Your business become more and more digital. It is a matter of being “connected”, but also a change of your internal processes with more automation that will impact positively your profitability. This session is the opportunity to understand how “Digital and Automation” will change our market, to share some success stories, and to get an overview of the digital solutions already available.
  • 12:30 - 13:00
    Sustainable Industry 4.0 with IPC Connected Factory Exchange (CFX)
    Christian Koehler - Aegis Software Inc.
    For about five years now, the market has been struggling with Industry 4.0, which has not yet provided benefit, yet has successfully driven many marketing campaigns and proprietary applications of technology. A huge change is needed in this approach, if Industry 4.0 is actually to exist. The challenge has been accepted already by hundreds of companies in the industry, who have together created the true open IIoT plug and play standard, CFX, that includes the specific definition of all data content. Free, open-source software is available from the IPC for both machines and IT solutions, enabling a fully collaborative Industry 4.0 environment. Attending this presentation is essential for anyone considering developing or purchasing any form of Smart, Industry 4.0 solution.
  • 13:15 - 13:45
    Picking the right tool for your mass-production test systems
    Daniel Garcia Ortega - Senior Consultant, Test & Measurement Systems - DVel AB
    Engineers can generally agree on the high importance of the adage “pick the right tool for the job”. Using the wrong tool will waste time and compromise quality, whereas the right tool can deliver the correct result in a fraction of the time with a higher cover of the requirements. Picking the right tool for the job is much easier said than done, specifically when it comes to navigating and evaluating the many available options at the market. This presentation will cover common selection criteria to help you narrow in on the best choice for developing and designing the hardware and the software for your test equipment.
  • 14:00 - 14:30
    3D-MID for robust production with Cobots
    Elis Hirvonen - Head of Sales & Project Management - HARTING AB
    Henrik Bergman - COO - MTEK Industry

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