Monday 21 January 2013

Britains electronic engineering event for PCB test and debug

Pickering Interfaces to attend PCB Test Exhibition & Seminar

The dates for the ‘ElectroTestExpo’ consortium's regional PCB test and debug exhibitions in 2013 have been announced.

Now enjoying its fourth consecutive year of free-to-attend events, ElectroTestExpo will commence its unique combination of drop-in tabletop exhibition and seminar on March 26th at the home of Hampshire County Cricket - the prestigious Rose Bowl (aka Ageas Bowl) in Southampton (England - where else!). A second venue for the Home Counties (Counties around London!) event scheduled for September 19th will be announced shortly.

The events will feature a program of short talks by industry experts tackling a range of topics in an easily accessible, relaxed environment. Exhibitors currently include Tektronix, GeoTest, AmFax, JTAG, Aeroflex, National Instruments, MACPanel, Pico Technology, Cimbian, TestWorks and Pickering Interfaces.

Speaking on behalf of the consortium, James Stanbridge commented ’Following another successful year where we met a large number of PCB test and manufacturing professionals, this year we are visiting two new locations and are especially pleased to be making the trip to the south coast. We expect a good attendance from engineers eager to learn about the industry’s latest developments’.

Each venue will include a seminar room that will allow the vendor-appointed speaker to discuss the latest trends in their industry sectors. A schedule for the 30 minute talks will be posted on the event web-site.

Consortium member Gary Clayton says ‘The challenges in today’s test environment
necessitate a more focussed approach than the traditional wide ranging exhibition.
ElectroTestExpo is the event that aims to address the needs of engineers looking to reduce cost and test times but maintain measurement quality. MAC Panel is pleased to support this event.’

The event is open to all electronic engineering professionals, however the organisers
reserve the right of admission to unsuitable applicants.

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