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A series of free seminars will be held in the seminar theatre on the show floor. These sessions will run for 30 - 40 minutes and will cover a range of topics and technology to inform and keep you up to date with the latest developments and technology for electronics and advanced manufacturing.

Tuesday 5 April 2022

10.30am

Onshoring Electronics Manufacturing in Australia
Ray Keefe, Managing Director - Successful Endeavours

It has long been assumed that Australia can't compete with overseas manufacturing. While there are areas where this might prove true, Successful Endeavours regularly helps Australian businesses bring their electronics manufacturing back on shore. In this presentation we will show you how we go about doing this.

11.15am

Additively Manufactured Electronics for Radio Frequency Circuit and Antenna Designs
Dr Yang Yang (University of Technology Sydney) - Nano Dimension

The race to develop next-generation wireless electronics is accelerating at a rapid pace. Thanks to additively manufactured electronics (AME) technology, fast-prototyping, low-entry-cost, and in-house short-run manufacturing empower millions of start-ups and companies with demanding confidentiality and accelerated innovation.
We aim to build a new class of multi-beam packaged antennas and miniaturized circuit designs to advance the knowledge for future mobile devices. Compact and unconventional AME antennas and circuits will be delivered to circumvent the limitations of today’s mobile devices, which are usually bulky and not compatible with future ultrafast wireless communications.
The proposed AME antennas and microwave circuits should be easily integrated into mobile devices, cubic satellites. AME technology has a critical impact on 5G/6G high-speed wireless devices for low-latency communications and high-resolution sensing applications, which will immediately benefit telecommunication, defence and space industries. High performance millimetre-wave and terahertz prototypes with dynamic beams will be created for emerging intelligent and immersive technologies, e.g. unmanned vehicles, ultra-low latency virtual reality, smart cities, seamless telepresence, CubeSat systems, and space communications.

12.15pm

Top 6 Issues that Impact Manufacturing and Delivery
Naj Khan, Marketing Manager - Precision Electronic Technologies

At Precision we catalogue every issue that occurs during the manufacturing process and review them on a weekly basis. After collating all the information together, we realised that most of the issues are caused because of missing or incorrect information in the files supplied by our customers (BOM, Altium files, Pick & Place files, etc).
We have put together the top issues that impact manufacturing & delivery, and solutions on how you can fix your data when you supply them to your electronic manufacturer.

1.00pm

Smart Embedded Vision using Low-Power FPGAs
Michael Reznik, Staff Embedded Solutions Engineer & Rongping Zhou Senior Embedded Solutions Engineer - Microchip Technology Australia

Microchip’s PolarFire® FPGAs offer 30-50% lower total power than competing mid-range FPGAs, with 5-10x lower static power, making them ideal for a new range of compute-intensive edge devices, including those deployed in thermally and power-constrained environments. PolarFire FPGA Smart Embedded Vision solutions include video, imaging, and machine learning IP and tools for accelerating designs that require high performance in low-power, small form-factors across the industrial, medical, broadcast, automotive, aerospace and defence markets.

2.00pm

Micro-Precision 3D Printing in Electronics
Ramzi Kattan, Director - Embedded Logic Solutions

3D printing electronics is emerging as a viable alternative to traditional manufacturing processes. This is especially relevant as electronics are becoming smaller, more tightly packaged, and subjected to more demanding conditions. 3D printing, or additive printing, eliminates the tooling used in micro injection molding and can reduce time-to-market across multiple design iterations and test cycles.
Yet most 3D printers for small parts force engineers to make tradeoffs between production speed, part precision, and surface quality. BMF has the only micro 3D printing platform that matches precision injection molding in terms of resolution, size, and tolerance.

3.00pm

Selecting the Right Thermal Management Solutions for your Design
Julia Moses, Internal Applications Engineer - Wurth Electronics Australia

The combination of miniaturization, faster speeds and power consumption has created the necessity to manage heat energy within electronic devices.
This session will explore the importance of thermal management solutions, the available thermal management technologies, and a case study on the thermal resistance of a system that compares mathematical models, simulation and experimental data.

4.00pm

Digital Transformation of Electronics Design, Manufacturing and Related Quality Processes
Dr. Karthik Sundarraj, Technical Director - Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence

The overall performance of electronic products and systems is shaped by how different physical factors interact. Hexagon’s software is helping some of the world’s best-known companies bring together their teams, their operations, and their ideas, enabling everyone to move towards the same shared vision of the product development.
Thermal fatigue cycling is a major source of failure in components. Hexagon’s powerful range of simulation tools work together to give designers and engineers the overall view they need. With Hexagon co-simulation, engineers can assess the system-wide consequences of design choices, significantly reducing the need for complex, expensive and time-consuming physical prototypes.
Hexagon’s production software helps electronics companies capture design data and optimise the use of materials and machine capacity. Crucially, we enable our customers to better capture data and integrate it into a digital thread to improve design, engineering and quality control.
Perceived quality can make or break consumer electronic brands, with the look, touch and feel of a device. Hexagon provides a full range of dimensional inspection hardware and software to help electronic manufacturers capture, analyse and act on data so they can improve perceived quality and overall product performance.

6.00pm

Expo closes

Wednesday 6 April 2022

10.30am

 

 

Selecting the Right Thermal Management Solutions for your Design
Julia Moses, Internal Applications Engineer - Wurth Electronics Australia

The combination of miniaturization, faster speeds and power consumption has created the necessity to manage heat energy within electronic devices.
This session will explore the importance of thermal management solutions, the available thermal management technologies, and a case study on the thermal resistance of a system that compares mathematical models, simulation and experimental data. process.

11.30am

Onshoring Electronics Manufacturing in Australia
Ray Keefe, Managing Director - Successful Endeavours

It has long been assumed that Australia can't compete with overseas manufacturing. While there are areas where this might prove true, Successful Endeavours regularly helps Australian businesses bring their electronics manufacturing back on shore. In this presentation we will show you how we go about doing this.

12.30pm

Top 6 Issues that Impact Manufacturing and Delivery
Naj Khan, Marketing Manager - Precision Electronic Technologies

At Precision we catalogue every issue that occurs during the manufacturing process and review them on a weekly basis. After collating all the information together, we realised that most of the issues are caused because of missing or incorrect information in the files supplied by our customers (BOM, Altium files, Pick & Place files, etc).
We have put together the top issues that impact manufacturing & delivery, and solutions on how you can fix your data when you supply them to your electronic manufacturer.

1.30pm

Smart Embedded Vision using Low-Power FPGAs
Michael Reznik, Staff Embedded Solutions Engineer & Rongping Zhou Senior Embedded Solutions Engineer - Microchip Technology Australia

Microchip’s PolarFire® FPGAs offer 30-50% lower total power than competing mid-range FPGAs, with 5-10x lower static power, making them ideal for a new range of compute-intensive edge devices, including those deployed in thermally and power-constrained environments. PolarFire FPGA Smart Embedded Vision solutions include video, imaging, and machine learning IP and tools for accelerating designs that require high performance in low-power, small form-factors across the industrial, medical, broadcast, automotive, aerospace and defence markets.

2.30pm

Micro-Precision 3D Printing in Electronics
Ramzi Kattan, Director - Embedded Logic Solutions

3D printing electronics is emerging as a viable alternative to traditional manufacturing processes. This is especially relevant as electronics are becoming smaller, more tightly packaged, and subjected to more demanding conditions. 3D printing, or additive printing, eliminates the tooling used in micro injection molding and can reduce time-to-market across multiple design iterations and test cycles.
Yet most 3D printers for small parts force engineers to make tradeoffs between production speed, part precision, and surface quality. BMF has the only micro 3D printing platform that matches precision injection molding in terms of resolution, size, and tolerance.

4.00pm

Expo Close

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