EPDT March 2020 issue (inc. Displays & Comms features + EMS Outsourcing supplement) now available online
03 March 2020
This month’s issue, now available in print or digital editions, contains features on Displays technologies and Communications applications, plus EPDT's twice-yearly Electronics Outsourcing supplement and our ElectroTestExpo show preview.
In the run-up to the inaugural World Engineering Day on March 4th, my Editor's comment this month reviews why UNESCO established this annual international day of recognition and celebration... (p4 digital issue or web version)
Our cover story (p7 digital issue or web version) reviews the display and embedded technology innovations that might become industry drivers over the next decade.
Sticking with Displays, we explore how tapping into the right specialist expertise can help design engineers find a balance between industrial quality and consumer budgeting (p11 digital issue or web version); and consider how haptic technology can enhance the user experience for HMIs (p15 digital issue or web version).
For Communications, we feature a case study on how 4G connectivity helps enable race timing, tracking and management solutions (p18 digital issue or web version); and we review the automotive emergency call system of the future – and how to test it (p27 digital issue or web version).
Our bi-annual Electronics Outsourcing supplement (p21 digital issue) reviews EMS industry trends & predictions for 2020 and the new decade (p22 digital issue or web version and p26 digital issue or web version), as well as how agile manufacturing can help electronics manufacturers adapt to challenging market conditions (p24 digital issue or web version).
For T&M, we preview this year's ElectroTestExpo show (p30 digital issue or web version) and we explain how engineering accuracy & reliability translate into credibility for electronics manufacturers (p31 digital issue or web version).
And finally, our regular STEM Matters column features a guest post from a UK manufacturing & STEM advocate, Next Gen Makers' Adam Tipper musing on the difference in how engineers are viewed here in the UK versus in Germany (p34 digital issue or web version).
As always, I hope you enjoy the issue – and I’d love to hear what you think or any ideas for topics you’d like EPDT to cover. You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org...
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