The conference program run parallel with the Expo. Free to visit any of the sessions when you register for Evertiq Expo.
- 09:00 - 09:30iREL4.0 Intelligent Reliability 4.0Klas Brinkefeldst - RISE IVFiREL4.0 Intelligent Reliability 4.0 led by Infineon, budget 110 M €, A number of industrial cases that are screened and where the goal is to reduce error outcomes at all stages, from production to use and also be able to predict life in the field for individual components. Klas leads the Swedish consortium that works with power electronics.
- 09:35 - 10:05Design for RegulatoryMarcus EK - Key Account Manager - Norautron ABHow can you design successfully and manufacture electronics products that meet regulatory demands? A manufacturers point of view.
- 10:10 - 10:40From crank start to connected carsChristian Sahlen - ACTIAIt will be a technology journey where we start in 1928 with the very first Volvo car and take us along with a technology perspective until today's self-driving cars.
- 10:45 - 11:15To be announcedAnna Petersson - Director Of Innovation & Business Designer - HighFive
- 11:20 - 11:50FA4.0 Failure Analysis 4.0Dag Andersson - RISE IVFLed by Infineon, on automated troubleshooting and analysis. Both development of test hardware and algorithms. We work with high-resolution X-rays.
- 11:55 - 12:25To be announcedHalmstad Technical University
- 12:30 - 13:00Competence development industrial digitizationJohan Bengtsson - GTCGothenburg Technical College is a training institution that conducts technical education and projects in collaboration with the business community. During this seminar we will tell you about some different projects in digitalisation that have been conducted; such as Smart Factories and more. Furthermore, we will raise the topic of opportunities, such as competence development, offered to companies that are collaboration partners for Gothenburg Technical College.
- 13:05 - 13:35Thermal Management – the World's Most Unknown Critical IssueJussi Myllyluoma - Head of Cool Sweden Initiative - Smartare Elektroniksystem"Electronics is hotter than ever" is a phrase frequently uttered whenever the industry describes today's development and the current digital revolution's dependence on hardware. The whole digitalisation — Industry 4.0, AI, IoT, 5G, Machine Learning, robots, autonomous self-driving vehicles, blockchain technology, etc — all depends on new generations of electronics hardware that can deliver higher performance in smaller packages and with shorter latencies than ever previously developed by industry. However, this means that the phrase also has another, more literal meaning; no less true: electronics are getting hotter than ever also because the power density — the density of components that do things, and thus consume power, and therefore generate heat — is higher than ever, and growing rapidly. The thermal challenges, and the ability to solve them. thus embed a critical, indeed fateful, issue for the industry: In the race to win the contracts for the next generation of electronics, sooner or later a point comes when the winner is the one who has best managed to stave off the next Power Wall; in other words, inevitably: the one that is best able to employ the most superior theremal management technology. And yet, paradoxically, this is an issue that sees little focus or systematic approach in both industry and academia, especially here in the Nordic countries.
- 13:40 - 14:10To be announcedElektronikindustriföreningen I Göteborg
- 14:15 - 14:45Why should you start with Artificial Intelligence today? Because your competition started yesterday!Kenth Juthberg - Country Manager Sweden - CN Group CZ a.s.
- 14:50 - 15:20What challenges are the semiconductor market facing and what are the buyers responsibilities?Johan Schön - CEO - Martinsson ElektronikInitially, Mr. Johan Schön will describe the current situation and how the entire electronics market was turned upside down. What effects has this had on the Nordic industry? A review of the priorities set by the semiconductor market and how these have affected the world market and the Nordic industry. Johan Schön discusses traditional purchasing strategy. What degree of responsibility can be demanded from the supplier and what responsibilities is the supplier willing to take? What responsibilities rests with the buyer? What kind of synergies are achieved? Johan Schön also discusses a module-based purchasing strategy, one buyer - one supplier. What responsibilities rests with the buyer? What kind of synergies are achieved? Finally, a case is described where a successful collaboration enabled the company to avoid putting the customer on a production stop, as well as the effects that were achieved.
- 15:25 - 15:55Using JTAG/Boundary-Scan in ManufacturingMick Austin - JTAG TechnologiesImprovements in Design For Manufacturing (DFM) alongside the use of high quality assembly and inspection equipment today minimizes the chance for assembly errors. In spite of this, however, assembly errors do occur, and Printed Circuit Board Assemblies (PCBAs) must be tested to detect these errors in an effort to deliver PCBAs with zero defects. Modern design rely on JTAG/boundary-scan for testing, which offers access to device pins to greatly enhance fault coverage at PCBA level. In addition, the build process frequently requires individual devices of all types to be programmed or configured for their eventual function – most often using JTAG/boundary-scan as the conduit. In this presentation the advantages of boundary-scan for production will be discussed and alternative solutions will be shown for integrating boundary-scan into your production lines ranging from stand-alone to highly integrated test and programming solutions.
Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, Evertiq has postponed all Expos to new dates. Evertiq is monitoring the situation closely.