Altus to Exhibit at WNIE Live 2018


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Altus Group will be showcasing new and innovative equipment from many of its suppliers at the upcoming What's New in Electronics (WNIE) Live 2018, to be held from September 25–26 at NEC Birmingham. Altus will be at Stand E54.

Among its highlights at the show are the SPI and AOI systems from Koh Young, X-ray and component counters from Sciencescope, and BGA inspection systems from Optilia, to name a few.

Apart from being co-located with five other industry events, WNIE LIVE 2018 will feature the IPC Connected Factory eXchange (CFX) IIoT Experience; Embedded Live Conference and Expo; EMC UK Technical Conference and Expo; hand soldering competition; and an awards night.

For more information on the event, click here.

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