The conference program runs parallel with the Expo. Free to visit any of the sessions when you register for Evertiq Expo.
  • 09:00 - 09:30
    How do you manage your projects with demands on higher quality and less cost without losing track on the process?
    John Ludvigsen - Technical Sales Engineer Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) - InnoFour
    Embedded software is in virtually all the products we come in contact with every day. For example, there are 100+ million lines of code in automotive, 24% of Medical device recalls are due to software issues, and there's 15.4% growth in the software driven "Smart Appliance" market. As a result the use of embedded software is quickly infringing on hardware’s dominance in the product development process. However in many environments software development is a siloed activity that leads to disconnects between product requirements and implementation that leads to product recalls or product failures. In legacy software development environments, many different point solutions are used to manage the application lifecycle. As a result, development artifacts are scattered, slowing down collaboration, hindering transparency, undermining integrity and making it difficult to drive innovation. This presentation of Polarion Application Lifecycle Management will cover the challenges in today’s embedded software development and how Polarion can help organizations with a unified solution that divers project transparency through real-time aggregated management information. Polarion enables everyone to be aligned around what is being built and why, to drive advancement while protecting integrity and compliance. Polarion helps teams respond faster and with better quality to new business opportunities and customer demands. The presentation will also show how it’s possible to work with different stakeholders like clients and managers and with those that are in the project so that everybody has a real-time view of the status of the project.
  • 09:35 - 10:05
    SPECIAL GUEST - About our ongoing journey to build a global high-tech company in Sweden.
    Peter Nilsson - CEO - APR Technologies AB

    I will share my experiences from idea, development of technology, product, organization, business, investors, etc., to how we work to succeed in the commercial breakthrough that we see ahead of us.

  • 10:10 - 10:40
    How to increase PCB depaneling efficiency with Laser Technology
    Javier Gonzalez - Sales Manager - InnoLas Solutions GmbH
    Laser depaneling is becoming more widely used since the demand for excellent cutting quality and increasing cost pressure require one to reevaluate the use of traditional production methods. For example, laser depaneling provides the highest technical cleanliness that improves the durability of electronics, increase yield and reduces manufacturing costs. Furthermore, laser technology provides a new path to increase panel efficiency and therefore reduce material waste and costs.
  • 10:45 - 11:15
    Value of 5G and edge computing to power smart industries
    Jay Siriwardena - Senior Sales Manager UK and Northern Europe - Thundercomm Technology Co., Ltd. (co-owned by Qualcomm)
    As the industries evolve beyond Industry 4.0, the need for reliable connections between the smart devices and ability to perform complex decision-making tasks closer to the edge are becoming mandatory. Thundercomm will talk about how 5G and Edge AI computing can be an enabler on this journey towards the next level of smart industries.
  • 11:20 - 11:50
    Prototyping in electronics production, including DFM method.
    Kim Engmark - Country Manager: Denmark - Nord Electronics Solutions Sp. z o.o. Nordes

    Prototyping in electronics manufacturing is the process of creating an initial version of an electronic device to test the functionality and performance of the design before mass production. The Design for Manufacturability (DFM) method is an approach that takes into account the capabilities and limitations of manufacturing processes when designing a product. DFM refers to the design of products that are designed to be durable in electronic manufacturing. With DFM-enabled prototyping in electronics manufacturing, prototypes are created with mass production requirements in mind. Prototypes can then be tested for performance and quality, while manufacturing issues can be identified and resolved at the prototyping stage. In this way, the product can be readily mass-produced, thus minimizing costs and risks associated with production quality issues when ready for mass production.

  • 11:55 - 12:25
    Protect your brand and assure profitability through regulatory compliance
    Fredrik Hirn - Intertek Sweden - Intertek Sweden
    Understand the value of proactive regulatory compliance.
  • 12:35 - 13:05
    Edge AI processors, hardware and software
    Patrik Björklund - Director of sales - Tritech Solutions
    The demand for accelerating AI workloads at the edge is increasing as more applications demand both low latency and computing power. A wide range of options from GPUs and FPGAs to dedicated ASICs and application processors with integrated NPUs have become available from an ever-growing number of vendors. As the software ecosystem has evolved to opensource frameworks and even pretrained models and vertically oriented application suites from leading silicon vendors, as well as ready-to-run hardware modules and systems, accelerating product development by using off-the-shelf hardware and software components is the dominating trend in this new domain. In this presentation we will cover the most important and popular technology options available for embedded systems designers.
  • 13:10 - 13:40
    Component Obsolescence – How to minimise the costs and risks
    Ronny Nietzsche - Regional Sales Manager – Nordic & Baltic, MSc Electrical Engineering - Rochester Electronics

    Electronic Component life-cycles -between launch and Obsolescence are shortening. A large percentage of the worlds electronic component demand is driven by consumer electronics and this market typically has shorter and shorter product lives. Obsolescence is therefore affecting more companies, more regularly than ever before. In his presentation, Ronny will speak about the impact of obsolescence and how it can be managed.

  • 13:45 - 14:15
    Displays & HMI market trends
    Daniel Aspeskär - Business Development Manager - Martinsson Elektronik AB

    As the Display, GUI and HMI is getting increasingly important in how the user experiences your product, the market evolves. In this presentation, Daniel will give an overview of the display & HMI market, trends and examples of new products and trending services.

  • 14:20 - 14:50
    Christer Fuglesang
    Christer Fuglesang is a Swedish physicist and an ESA astronaut. He was first launched aboard the STS-116 Space Shuttle mission on 10 December 2006, making him the first Swedish citizen in space. He was a Fellow at CERN and taught mathematics at the Royal Institute of Technology before being selected to join the European Astronaut Corps in 1992. He has participated in two Space Shuttle missions and five spacewalks, and is the first person outside of the United States or Russian space programs to participate in more than three spacewalks.
  • 14:55 - 15:25
    SPECIAL GUEST - Electronic Components and Packaging for Space Electronics
    Andreas Billström - Chief Engineer – Technology at the Satellites Division / Electronic Solutions - Beyond Gravity
    Hardware for space applications has stringent requirements on reliability and long mission life. Beyond Gravity designs and manufactures electronic equipment and subsystems for scientific programs to ESA and NASA, for commercial telecom satellites and for launcher applications. Key aspects of the space environment as well as manufacturing techniques and test methodologies will be presented with examples ranging from the OBC (On-Board Computer) for the Mars Rover Rosalind Franklin, the antenna for JWST (James Webb Space Telescope) and microwave receivers and frequency converters for telecom applications.
  • 15:30 - 16:00
    SPECIAL GUEST - Electronics in space and radiation
    Stefan Karlsson - Senior Engineer & Space Radiation Expert - Institute of Space Physics - IRF

    Space is a harsh environment. Radiation is the most important factor affecting performance and functioning of electronics in space systems. We briefly review types of radiation, fluences, and doses typical for space applications, related damages to electronic components, and design approaches and solutions to mitigate the associated risks. We will also present examples of designs used in the Swedish instruments developed and built for the European Space Agency (ESA) mission JUICE (JUpiter ICy moons Explorer) to Jupiter. JUICE will operate inside the strongest radiation belts in the solar system.


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