iNEMI, SMTA to Hold Workshop on Automotive Electronics


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Electronics penetration into the automotive segment continues to increase. Enhanced comfort, communication and safety features, as well as demand for more efficient vehicles and reduced emissions have driven many developments at device, component and module levels.

This opportunity does not come without its challenges; automotive environments demand more in terms of thermal cycling, shock and vibration capabilities. In addition, there is a longer term reliability expectation of 10-20 years.
In line with this trend, iNEMI is hosting this workshop, in cooperation with SEMI and SMTA, to focus on the electronic materials needs for future automotive applications.

The workshop aims to assess industry input on the trends and drivers in automotive electronics; provide a forum to discuss key technology challenges facing the automotive supply chain in terms of materials; identify and prioritize opportunities that would benefit from industry collaboration; and form action groups to define and execute the required industrial collaborative programs.

The workshop will be held on October 5 at MESSE DRESDEN in Germany. This workshop will immediately precede SEMICON Europa 2015.

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