On August 17 and 18, Tekno-Sip held its 3rd Technical Seminar in Manaus. In order to break the paradigm of structural testing, Tekno-Sip encourages participants to reflect on the general knowledge of all existing technologies.

 

3rd TEKNO-SIP VIP SEMINAR, A GREAT SUCCESS!

1. Outstanding Technical Lectures and Case Studies
 

Among the circuits of lectures presented we highlight some that were sensational:
 

  • Semiconductor Impacts on Manufacturing - Jeff Burgess - Intel

  • Latest Test Technologies to Address Semiconductor Impacts- Max Lin - TRI

  • The Key Factor in Process Control SMT - Jorge Moriya - Tecsolda

  • The Success Cases presented show that Manaus already has people "doing" and just breaking paradigms.

  • Case Study: ICT Low Cost with FlashRunner - Muller Lima - FUCAPI

  • Case Study: Boundary Scan without ICT - Washington Lisbon - Tropic / Anthony - JTAG

  • Success Case: AOI Quality Improvements - Haroldo Melo - Digiboard

  • Technical Case: The safety of having an SPI in the process - Haroldo Melo - Digiboard

"I've always been sure that Manaus would assemble state-of-the-art electronics. It lacked a Seminar like this one for Manaus to be equal to the market of São Paulo in this area of tests.

"- Engº Eduardo Baldi - Technical organizer of the event.

One of the main attractions of the 3rd VIP Tekno-Sip Seminar was the presentation of technologies capable of automating processes and adding value to production lines.

Never have so many new solutions been presented! Among the technologies covered in this seminar, we highlight:

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"Who thinks Test is just cost changed his mind after this seminar" - said by the Seminar participants themselves!

3. Continuing challenges of an increasingly demanding world
 

Eduardo Baldi, Technical Organizer of the event, invited the participants to reflect on the general panorama of the electronics market in which we live and the speed with which it changes, instigating the need to prepare and investment in response to the requirements of a constantly evolving market. You have to control the process and not be "controlled" by it.