The UK’s premier electronic engineering event for PCB test.
The 'ElectroTestExpo' consortium is pleased to announce the dates for its regional PCB test and debug exhibitions to be held during 2014.
Now enjoying its fifth consecutive year of free-to-attend events, ElectroTestExpo will commence its unique combination of drop-in tabletop exhibition and seminar on June 18th at one of the UK's main electronics and research hubs - the Cambridge Science Park (the Trinity Centre).
The events will feature a program of short talks by industry experts tackling a range of topics in an easily accessible, relaxed environment. Exhibitors currently include Tektronix, MarvinTest, AmFax, JTAG Technologies, Aeroflex, Test Solutions Ltd (TSL), MAC Panel, Pico Technology, Cimbian, TestWorks and Pickering Interfaces.
Speaking on behalf of the consortium, Nick Hickford (Pickering Interfaces) commented "Following two great events last year where we met a large number of PCB test and manufacturing professionals at some fascinating venues, this year we are returning to Cambridge - a ‘home from home’ for scientists and engineers. We expect a good attendance from the electronics community eager to learn about the industry’s latest developments".
Each venue will include a seminar room that will allow a vendor-appointed speaker to discuss the latest trends in their industry sectors. A schedule for the 30-minute talks will be posted on the event web-site www.electrotestexpo.co.uk.
Consortium member Tim Lyons says "The challenges in today’s test environment require a more focussed approach than the traditional wide ranging exhibition. ElectroTestExpo is the event that aims to address the needs of engineers looking to reduce cost and test times but maintain measurement quality. TSL is pleased to support this event."
The event is open to all electronic engineering professionals, however the organisers reserve the right of admission to unsuitable applicants.
About the consortium
ElectroTestExpo is an ‘ad hoc’ consortium of like-minded T&M and ATE companies looking to involve their customers in an interesting yet informal manner. By combining resources, the consortium expects that test and design-engineering professionals will gain knowledge and ideas to further enhance their abilities at work. The ElectroTestExpo is run on a not-for-profit basis by the combined efforts of the consortium sales and marketing teams. For further details please email: firstname.lastname@example.org.