Chris Peters represents the U.S. Partnership for Assured Electronics, where he advocates for electronics manufacturing as a critical industry. Here, he describes the current status, the supply chain, and what he sees in Washington D.C.
Tamara Jovanovic, an electrical engineer at Happiest Baby in Los Angeles, never imagined that I would have to take half of my lab equipment home to be able to continue doing her job. As she says in her review of the June issue of SMT007 Magazine, the entire industry is adapting to the "new normal," and ready for whatever the future brings.
Charlene Gunter du Plessis describes how IPC’s Board of Directors recently added a full voting board seat to an IPC Student Member, including introducing the student liaison and sharing an interview with Dr. John Mitchell and...
It’s not news that online sales are increasing dramatically during this global pandemic. However, with increased sales comes the increased risk of return fraud and abuse. Dr. Bill Cardoso explains how X-ray can help detect dummy...
Sometimes, you think too much about the bits and bytes, and you forget why you started this journey; we’re all caught up in a tornado of marketing buzzwords. In Sagi Reuven's debut column, he shares how initialization has to...
Supply Chain Shock and the Factory of the Future Interview with Shawn DuBravac and Matt Kelly
Cyberattack! Think It Couldn't Happen to You? Think Again! Interview with Eric Cormier and Dave Ryder
Human Factors in Automation Interview with Bob Murphy
Organizational and Team Management in Times of Change Interview with Ross Berntson
Electronics Manufacturing: A Critical Industry and Supply Chain Interview with Chris Peters
The Future Just Isn’t What It Used to Be by Dan Beaulieu