ElectroTestExpo 2020: join us for a Mini adventure...

Author : James Stanbridge | UK & Ireland Regional Manager | JTAG Technologies

02 March 2020


10 years ago, a group of leading test equipment vendors planned a new forum to present the latest technological advances in electronics testing, establishing ElectroTestExpo – a co-operative event aimed at hardware design & production test engineers seeking information on the latest tool developments designed to make their jobs easier.

This show preview was originally featured in the March 2020 issue of EPDT magazine [read the digital issue]. Sign up to receive your own copy each month.

ElectroTestExpo is now the UK’s only dedicated board test, inspection, device programming and debug event for electronics professionals. One of its organisers, James Stanbridge, UK & Ireland Regional Manager at JTAG Technologies, previews this year’s upcoming event...

Originally hosted at the renowned Bletchley Park, centre of engineering excellence, home of British codebreaking during WWII, and one of the birthplaces of modern electronics and computing technology, more recently, the event has toured the country, taking its wealth of knowledge, informative seminars and interesting exhibits to fresh audiences each year. This year’s event will take place on 29th April 2020 at the Mini Visitor Centre, Cowley, near Oxford, close to the centre of the country and accessible via excellent transport infrastructure links from the Midlands and the South and West of England and Wales.

Now in its 10th year, ElectroTestExpo highlights the importance of testing throughout the design and manufacturing cycle, and aims to facilitate the free exchange of information among professional engineers involved in the design, manufacture and test of printed circuit boards and electronic products.


The event combines an exhibition featuring more than a dozen test equipment specialists, including founding members, JTAG Technologies, Pickering Interfaces and Viavi Solutions, alongside associate members, Accelonix, Adlink, Amfax, Aster Technologies, ECT Research, Elite Interfaces, MAC Panel, Marvin Test Solutions, Pico Technology, TestWorks, TTid and Yelo – alongside a seminar programme focusing on the latest developments in test tools and technologies. It is aimed at electronics engineers interested in ‘board bring-up’, hardware validation and production test.

On show at the event will be a wide selection of test, measurement and inspection instruments and technologies from right across the spectrum, ranging from oscilloscopes, RF generators, logic analysers and other benchtop tools, through to integrated production test systems based on advanced technologies that include AOI systems, flying-probe testers, mass interconnect systems, DFT (design for testing) analysis software, PXI systems, and JTAG/boundary-scan testers and programmers.

The show’s informative free seminar program will also offer added value for engineers seeking the latest technical information in test and inspection technologies, covering many aspects of test throughout the product development lifecycle. Delegates will be able to select from talks on JTAG/Boundary-scan, ATE building, signal switching and high-integrity mass interconnection systems. In addition to seminars, experts in most aspect of electronics test will be on hand – and only too willing to share their knowledge.

ElectroTestExpo is funded by a co-operative of T&M equipment vendors, making it free-to-attend (including refreshments) for relevant end-users and customers, and open to all design, manufacturing and test engineering professionals. However, spaces are limited, so please get your application in early. All attendees will also be entered into a draw for one of 15 places on a fascinating factory tour of the Mini assembly plant. For further information and to book your place, please contact Nick Hickford (Nick.Hickford@pickeringtest.com) or James Stanbridge (james@jtag.co.uk) – or simply visit www.electrotestexpo.co.uk

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