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Wearable electronics in the days of Coronavirus

Getting Internet of Things (IoT) into real life. What may connect a virus and the evolution of electronics in our lives? In the days of a so-called pandemic such as COVID-19 the solution to the new problems arising is so far provided by the technology evolution and adaptiveness that it provides. Lockdown is the word […]

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Evaluating a PCB Manufacturer

Evaluating the right PCB Manufacturer for you

Trying to identify a PCB manufacturer that will provide credentials for long-term cooperation is a difficult task for Original Equipment Manufacturers.

The global market is packed with plenty of PCB manufacturers and other relative services providers. Additionally, several factors can critically affect -positively or negatively- any OEM electronics production when outsourcing PCB manufacturing.

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How covid-19 changes the IoT environment

How covid-19 changes the IoT environment

While mankind is fighting COVID-19 on a global scale, we realized the need of new technologies and leverage their benefits. However, there are still more undiscovered capabilities and more revolutionary ideas to be evaluated. Of course, it was a shock, but as a result, the impact of Corona Virus epidemic pushed forward the development of the IoT.

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The printed circuit board (PCB) industry experienced rapid growth

The rapid growth of printed circuit board (PCB) industry

The Europe Printed Circuit Board Market was valued at USD 1913.1 million in 2019, and it is expected to reach USD 2020.9 million by 2025, registering a CAGR of 1.53% during the period (2020 – 2025) The printed circuit board (PCB) industry experienced rapid growth in the last few years, primarily owing to the continuous […]

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The Future of Printed Circuit Boards (PCB)

The Future of Printed Circuit Boards (PCB)

Printed circuit boards have evolved and advanced over a century. The first PCB was invented in the early 1900s by Albert Hanson but it took some years for PCBs until their patenting by Paul Eisler in 1943. Initially, US Army used Printed circuit boards before been integrated in limited consumer products.

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