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TEC PROGRAM


  • Between 09:00 and 16:00 you are invited to attend our table-top exhibition as well as listen to interesting stage presentations.
  • The stage program will run parallel to the exhibition. Feel free to attend the sessions that you are most interested in.
  • Lunch will be served between 11:00 and 13:00.
  • Beverages and snacks are served in our buffet areas throughout the day.


  • 09:00 - 09:05
    Welcome to TEC Göteborg
    Evertiq New Media AB
  • 09:05 - 09:35
    Intelligence at the edge – high performance embedded computing
    Patrik Björklund - Tritech
    Advanced vision systems, autonomous vehicles, medical imaging, mobile data communication and many other applications require high performance computing. Many of the tasks requiring high performance need local computing performance, and powerful CPUs and even discrete GPUs need to be embedded in the device. Implementing these designs at the component level is often not a realistic option, both for technical and commercial reasons, but a growing number of off-the-shelf modules and boards are available to the embedded design engineering community. There is also an emerging market for complete industrial COTS (commercial-off-the–shelf) systems, with high performance CPUs and GPUs, that are suitable for industrial and transportation applications. In this presentation, we will look at some of the challenges with embedding high performance platforms and what solutions that are available for industrial applications.
  • 09:40 - 10:20
    From PCB-design to manufacture in high speed.
    Gernot Seeger - General Manager - Beta Layout
    New product development and time to market is essential to the success of a business. A fast, low volume and prototype turnkey PCB manufacturing service is a key factor in reducing time-to-market schedules and new product development.
  • 10:25 - 10:50
    Final Competition: "Electronics Company in Western Sweden"
    Iman Habib - Spokesperson - EIG - Elektronikindustriföreningen i Göteborg
    The EIG, the Electronics Industry Association in Gothenburg, holds its annual competition "The Electronics Company of the Year in Western Sweden". The prize is awarded to demonstrate the important role of electronics companies for a smart and sustainable development of our society. The focus is on highlighting Swedish electronics companies, to make them known outside the Gothenburg region, but also the electronics industry in general. The prize is awarded in the categories "Electronics Start-Up of the Year in Western Sweden" and "Electronics Company of the Year in Western Sweden".
  • 10:55 - 11:35
    Robots and their place in modern healthcare
    Adam Hagman - Robotdalen
    When Swedish Robotdalen participated in a European questionnaire in which 26'000 Europeans were asked about their attitude towards the use of robots in healthcare, 4 percent of respondents said that robots will be used in the care of children, elderly and disabled. One in five thought that robots will be used in the healthcare sector as a whole. "Incredibly large sums are invested in Europe to develop new technologies. Ministers of OECD countries are crying out for innovations. But there is also a healthcare industry that more or less unprepared for the new technology. Politicians, engineers and medical professionals often speak completely different languages. In Sweden, a robot nurse in healthcare is far from relevant. People do not want robotic carers and nursing staff do not want to have them as colleagues. And Robotdalen does not want to develop them either", said Adam Hagman. But ...
  • 13:00 - 13:45
    Lean 4.0.
    Hans Reich - Lean-expert - Chalmers Professional Education
    If synergies are to be achieved from automation and digitisation, it is absolutely necessary to have a jointly agreed work method that the company is following. Hans Reich will show why Lean & Digitisation is a very powerful combination, essential if Sweden is to meet the challenges of the future.
  • 13:50 - 14:20
    Trustworthy Power Analysis of Variable Speed Drives
    Bernd Neuner - Director of Sales - ZES Zimmer Electronic Systems GmbH
    Variable speed drives are able to reduce energy consumption by up to 60% and have thus become one of the main contributors to a more efficient use of electricity. Among the prices paid for these improvements is a massive change in signal shape from a more or less clean sinus to a heavily distorted PWM waveform with increased peak values and slew rates. The distribution of the signal’s power over a much broader frequency spectrum poses highest demands on measuring instruments for the integrity of power measurements to be maintained. We will discuss those demands with a special focus on typical pitfalls to be avoided.
  • 15:00 - 15:20
    to be announced
    Yehoshua Shoshan - Innofour
  • 15:55 - 16:00
    Thanks for TEC Göteborg
    Evertiq New Media AB
”Call for Papers” open for TEC Gothenburg 2018

Evertiq has announced the “Call for Papers” for technical presentations. Technical presentation abstracts – which are sent in prior to January 25, 2018 – will be considered for inclusion.

Prospective presenters are invited to submit abstracts (100 - 150 words). Material must be non-commercial and should detail the nature and scope of the proposed presentation. The abstract should also contain the following presenter contact details: job title, company and e-mail.

Please send the abstract with a short speaker biography by e-mail to , indicating in the subject line of the e-mail: “TEC Gothenburg Call for Papers”.

Contact

Project Manager
Henrik Björsell
+46 70 371 90 09
Sales
Peter Lithander
+46 70 377 99 50
Conference Program
Anke Schröter
+46 73 844 90 09