Discount Deadline Approaching for IPC APEX EXPO Auto Electronics Forum


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There are just three days left to get a 20% discount to IPC's Executive Forum on Advancing Automotive Electronics at IPC APEX EXPO 2019 in San Diego January 28.

This not-to-be-missed event covers developing specialty chemicals and materials for PCB fabrication and assembly, reliability testing, software, future needs, and the creation of America’s first 4.0 green fabrication facility.

Presentations include "Enabling Connected, Electrified and Automated Mobility: Challenges for Assembly and Interconnect Technology," by Dr. Udo Welzel of Robert Bosch GmbH; and "Integrated Intelligent Transportation and Key Enablers," by Dwight Howard of APTIV LLC.

To register for the Executive Forum on Advancing Automotive Electronics, click here.

For further information, contact forum chairman Gene Weiner at gene@weiner-intl.com or Tracy Riggan, Senior Director, Member Support, at TracyRiggan@ipc.org.

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