Times are changing and business and the nature of work, as we know it, is changing as well. We're facing some of the most significant challenges we've seen in a generation. We're on the cusp of a revolution that's changing the way we conduct business.
However rather than shrink away from the challenges we face we need to ensure we emerge stronger and better. We should look further than simply working remotely with help of video calls. We have an opportunity to take advantage of the fundamental challenges we face. In other words; it's time to turn the switch. The recovery will be digital therefore, we should aim for Digital transformation.
On the 8 October 2020 Hexagon's Manufacturing Intelligence division started a series of webinars for the BeNeLux region (Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg). The series focuses on digital re-invention for a industry that literally has the power to change it all; Electronics.
Take advantage of this webinar series that is for everyone who wants to improve, re-invent or re-design electronics. Whether you are:
- an engineer, controller, operator or manager in electronics industry
- experienced or beginner in this industry
- part of the semiconductor sector
- making consumer electronics
- at the beginning of the thread in R&D
- or at the end of the thread as a supplier or distributor
We take you on a journey through the digital thread along: Design & Engineering, Manufacturing, Production & Process Management.
"The implications of Digital Technology for revenues, profits, and opportunities will be dramatic"
3rd live session
Quality: closed loop, (cutting edge) automation, accuracy & speed
Date: Thursday, 5th November 2020
Time: 14:00 – 15:00
Join this session for some insight into how companies are using some of the latest quality control software and hardware metrology systems to detect manufacturing issues, inline or in the lab, to improve quality and help drive up yields.
High fidelity. Automated. Flexible. Using some of the latest, metrological sensors, laser and optical scanners coupled together with flexible software for automated design spec comparisons, statistical process controls companies are seeing as much as 30% improved manufacturing throughput for their quality validation checks.
Our panel will cover broad topics from common manufacturing processes, to specific challenges such as co-planarity, pallet measurements and throughput. We’ll look at wafers, housing and sensor technology. Finally, we’ll show you our next-level tracking system. With it you can be sure your quality and manufacturing processes are better managed, more under control, your ultimate yields where you need them to be.
So in short; if you want to make sure you're continuing to elevate your electronics NPI processes, join session 3!
How Hexagon can lead the digital re-invention
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