The conference program run parallel with the Expo. Free to visit any of the sessions when you register for Evertiq Expo. Lunch will be served 11:00-13:00.
  • 09:00 - 09:30
    Openair ® plasma in electronics production processes
    i.A. Nico Coenen - Global Business Development Manager Electronics Market - Plasmatreat GmbH / AMB Technic
    In our presentation, we will focus on the role of atmospheric plasma in the production of electronics as a technology that allows you to avoid shortages and speed up production. In addition, we will present examples of the use of plasma in Conformal Coating, Optical Bonding, sealing, etc.
  • 09:35 - 10:05
    Competences of digital distribution
    Arkadiusz Rataj - Sales Manager - Digi-Key Electronics
    It all started with a catalogue, then along came phone and fax. Afterwards we had an era of e-mail and then we witnessed the birth of online tools and digital connectivity. Through all those phases distribution has been adopting and nurturing the right competences for the changing needs to serve their customers at their best. Let’s take a dive in where we were, where we are and finally where is it leading to.
  • 10:10 - 10:40
    What is JTAG and how can JTAG help me?
    Tommaso De Vivo - Vice President Business Development EMEA – XJTAG - FlowCAD
    JTAG is typically used for 3 things: CPU debug, in-circuit programming and test. About test, JTAG effectively turns the pins on enabled devices into virtual test probes that can all be electronically accessed through a single JTAG connection. These virtual probes give you direct control of the pins, so you do not need to understand the device’s internal functionality. Therefore, JTAG can be used from prototype to manufacture and even across projects. This talk will introduce the technology and gives examples of how a dedicated boundary scan test software can unlock the full capability of JTAG, providing you with an easy to use method to test and program boards.
  • 10:45 - 11:15
    A revolution in the digital world of rectangles - new shapes and new possibilities with TARTAN technology from AUO
    Ewa Maciejczuk - Account Manager - AUO
    Jacek Marcinkowski - Project Manager  - Unisystem
    The presentation will focus on displays in the broadly defined transport industry (stations, passenger information systems, vehicle screens, etc.). We will discuss the challenges faced by designers of solutions for this industry and show what opportunities are provided using the displays based on TARTAN technology. Describing the possibilities of this technology, we will also talk about unusual display shapes and the advantages of this solution over "standard" LCD TFT.
  • 11:20 - 11:50
    How to minimise the impact of semiconductor shortages & discontinuations - the AUTHORISED way.
    Ken Greenwood - Technical Sales Manager – EMEA - Rochester Electronics
    The Semiconductor market has been in turmoil over the last 2 years. Supply disruption is wide-spread and it is certain that the uncertainty will continue into the future. Semiconductor life-cycles are also shortening and discontinuations increasing. However, help is at hand. Authorised Shortage & After-Market Distributors provide a unique low-risk opportunity for customers to minimise the impact of these challenges. Available instant stock or authorised long-term manufacturing after the end-of-life (EOL) date, offer the customer a chance to avoid costly line-stops or re-designs. The secret ingredient to ensure success? Shared Information!
  • 11:55 - 12:25
    Selective Wave Soldering - everything you need to know about the Process.
    Karol Sowa - Company Owner / Process Specialist - Sowa Electronics, in cooperation with Pillarhouse International Ltd
    During the Lecture, the complete Process of Selective Wave Soldering will be presented. We will review the available Technologies for: fluxing, preheating and soldering. We'll cover the known pros and cons of the Process as well as debunk some Myths. We will show available Solutions on the Market for prototype, small volume Production, as well as scalable, high volume. At the end, we will present some interesting, dedicated Applications.
  • 12:35 - 13:05
    Setting new standards in depaneling by using the LPKF Tensor Technology
    Dirk Bäcker - Senior Sales Manager - LPKF / SE Spezial Electronic Sp. z o.o.
    Marek Zduńczuk - Technical Sales Advisor - LPKF / SE Spezial Electronic Sp. z o.o.
    In times of increasingly affordable usable laser power, the constraint for a long time was a limited guidance speed of the laser beam at economic conditions. This slowed down the actually significantly higher effective cutting speed because additional cooling times had to be taken into account to avoid carbonization of the substrate. With the development and implementation of LPKF’s Tensor Technology, this limit has been overcome and new standards can be set in laser material processing. The patented functional principle distributes the pulses around the laser spot in a targeted manner and increases the speed by a multiple.
  • 13:10 - 13:40
    Powering your application with using Energy Harvesting technology.
    Kamil Prus - Busines Development Manager / FAE Poland - Computer Controls
    Influence and meaning of energy harvesting technology in low power applications. General overview on current trends, solutions and applications.
  • 13:45 - 14:15
    Application of the input signal shaping method to reduce oscillations on the example of an overhead conveyor.
    PhD. Eng Stefan Brock - Poznan University of Technology - Institute of Robotics and Machine Intelligence
    PhD. Eng Maciej Gniadek - Amica Wronki S. A.
    Overhead conveyors are a frequently used method of material handling in various manufacturing fields, including automotive, consumer electronics, and white goods, as well as food production. During the movement of overhead conveyors, unfavorable oscillations of the items being transported often occur, leading to malfunctions and downtime. However, the amplitude of these oscillations can be reduced through proper control. The presentation will briefly outline the theoretical basis of the input signal shaping method and illustrative results of simulation studies. The implementation based on programmable controllers and integration into a complete control system will be discussed. The presentation ends with a discussion of the results of the application of the presented method in a production line at Amica Wronki S. A.
  • 14:20 - 14:50
    New Possibilities in the World of Flexible Electronics
    Ann-Kathrin Kächele - Project Engineer Advanced Solution Center - Würth Elektronik Circuit Board Technology
    Flexible printed circuit board serve a broad and rapidly growing field of applications in the electronics industry. Therefore, interest in new, specialized build-ups has also grown massively in recent years. Let yourself be inspired by two of these new build-up technologies: the STRETCH.flex stretchable PCBs and SLIM.flex bendable and thin multilayer PCBs. In the case of the stretchable PCBs, thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) as a new substrate material is providing a boost to innovation in the world of flexible electronics. TPU is known as a material for dashboards, hoses, seals, or imitation leather, for example. However, the block copolymer can be modified by its alternating sequences of hard and soft segments in the polymer matrix to create highly elastic, extruded films that are now finding their way into circuit board manufacturing. The results are single- and double-sided printed circuit boards that are not only extremely flexible, but also stretchable. The ultra-thin multilayer printed circuit board SLIM.flex is small, compact, maximally bendable, and highly robust: these are the requirements for modern printed circuit boards today. Whether for research or medical technology, vision systems or in the automotive industry. SLIM.flex offers itself for new applications in these areas as a miniaturizable and extremely robust as well as flexible solution. Take part in these innovations and look forward to the expanded field of flexible electronics.
  • 14:55 - 15:25
    Integral Laser Technology Solutions to enhance Performance of PCB Depaneling Processes
    Javier Gonzalez - Sales Manager - InnoLas Solutions GmbH
    Lasers are becoming the most preferred PCB depaneling method as they are offering inherent advantages such as narrow kerf widths as well as virtually no dust, no mechanical stress, fast set-up changes and many degrees of flexibility. Laser technology solutions to enhance laser depaneling performance will be presented. This will cover advanced laser beam guidance technologies to improve cutting quality and throughput, integrated automation and inspection modular solutions to increase yield and connectivity options for laser systems in advanced manufacturing environments.
  • 15:30 - 16:00
    The Future of Value Chain Management From Predictive Sourcing to First-Time-Right
    Patrick Perner - Sales & Partner Manager - Luminovo GmbH
    What might a future look like in practical terms, in which the manufacturability of PCBs is already optimized during the development process, the part selection is carried out in a forward-looking manner with regard to market developments, or finding suitable supply sources takes place at the push of a button? The developments of the last few years during the pandemic have left no company untouched and have confronted entire supply chains with major challenges. In order to still cope with this new dimension of market dynamics, manual and alignment-intensive processes have to be replaced by smart and collaborative next-generation software solutions. Let's explore this together during this presentation!


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