2015 iNEMI Roadmap Highlights


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iNEMI is hosting a free webinar to introduce its 2015 Roadmap to the electronics Industry. This latest biennial roadmap forecasts business and technical needs over a 10-year horizon in five different product sectors, and defines the evolution required in 19 technology areas to meet those needs.

Two webinars are scheduled - one targeting North America and Europe, and the other targeting Asia. Topics covered in each webinar will vary according to regional interests. Each will discuss highlights from select product sector and technology chapters and allow questions at the end of the session. See topics below.

Asia Webinar - Topics Covered

Product sectors: Medical, Automotive, Portable & Wireless

Technology areas: Organic PCB, Board Assembly, Final Assembly

North America/Europe Webinar - Topics Covered

Product areas: Medical, Automotive

Technology areas: Large Area Flexible Electronics, MEMS, Environmentally Sustainable Electronics

About the iNEMI Roadmap

The iNEMI Roadmap is a global collaborative effort that involves many individuals who are leading experts in their respective fields and represent many perspectives on the electronics manufacturing supply chain.

Approximately 500 individuals from at least 20 countries, and representing more than 280 corporations, consortia, government agencies and universities came together to create the 2015 iNEMI Roadmap. 

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