Mentor, A Siemens business
Have you ever heard the question “Do you want it fast or do you want it right?” Too often we are pressed to deliver new products quickly, and then we are asked to correct, or improve, the product later. It seems like the priority these days is speed, followed by cost with quality getting any mindshare that’s left. We speak in terms of trade-offs between those topics.
To address the speed of new product introductions (NPI), you must provide tools for PCB designers to see the issues that will delay their product’s release, while they are still in the design process. The cost of a PCB are directly related to the expected yield of the design, and for that designers need solutions that shows them the manufacturing impact of their design.
During this event, we will show how customers are using DFM embedded in the design tools, empowering designers to address all three priorities without compromise.
Datum: 7. 7. 2020 - 15:00 SELČ (60 minut)
Date: July 7, 2020 - 10:00 AM Singapore | 2:00 PM London | 2:00 PM US/Eastern (60 minutes)
Covid-19 has increased the scrutiny on supply chains for many products, including Li-ion batteries, where discussion from raw material extraction to reliance on Chinese manufacturing has been prevalent for several years. The EU and US are increasing efforts to ensure transport electrification doesn't result in loss of jobs or industry and that access to materials and components can be ensured. Recycling could provide a valuable secondary source of key raw materials, mitigating against potential supply bottlenecks in addition to improving the circularity and sustainability of Li-ion batteries. Irrespective of motivation, huge volumes of Li-ion batteries are expected to come onto the market and they will have to be dealt with appropriately once they reach end-of-life.
This webinar will provide an introduction to Li-ion recycling with Dr Alex Holland, Technology Analyst at IDTechEx, covering the following key areas:
Datum: 8. 7. 2020 - 11:00 SELČ (40 minut)
Date: July 8, 2020 - 11:00 am CEST (40 minutes)
Noise is no longer an afterthought for electric machine design: It can be predicted and experienced before prototypes are built. In this webinar we discuss the workflow for simulating magnetic forces in electric machines and advancements that have expanded the capabilities and scope of these simulations. From permanent magnet, switched reluctance or induction machine designs to linear motors, voice-coils, actuators or transformers, there are complete Ansys solutions to investigate and predict vibration and noise.
Datum: 9. 7. 2020 - 10:00 SELČ
Date: July 9, 2020 - 11 AM EEDT | 10:00 am CEST
The market for 5G is expected to be over 720 billion USD by 2030, with large scale roll-out of infrastructures and rapid adoption of 5G devices and services. Many characteristic benefits promised by 5G will operate at high frequency (above 26 GHz), i.e. mmWave 5G. Such high frequency requires new materials and different device design.
In this webinar, presented by IDTechEx Technology Analyst Dr Luyun Jiang, we will help to clarify the real market opportunities for 5G from different perspectives, including:
Datum: 9. 7. 2020 - 11:00 SELČ (40 minut)
Date: July 9, 2020 - 11:00 am CEST (40 minutes)
Interested in wireless power technology? In the July 9, 2020 webinar, “Wireless Power Transfer: Advanced Coil Knowledge,” you will learn about the basic operation of a wireless power system.
Alex Snijder, Field Application Engineer at Würth Elektronik, will do a deep dive on coil selection and look at the impact of several technical specifications on system performance. Following Snijder’s presentation, Clemens Valens (Technical Manager, Elektor Labs) will lead a discussion about wireless power, and audience members will have an opportunity to ask questions. After watching the webinar, you will understand how a wireless power system works, and you will be able to correctly choose coils for your application.
Datum: 9. 7. 2020 - 14:00 SELČ (60 minut)
Date: July 9, 2020 - 2:00 pm CEST (60 minutes)
Fundamentally, reliability is defined by how long a product will continue to work after it is used. All of the various engineering disciplines that work on electronics products, from design through manufacturing and support, require a basic understanding of how they contribute to product reliability.
This webinar will explain how product reliability begins with an understanding of the physics behind what makes products fail. It will also cover the relationship between quality and reliability, explain material properties and discuss basic measures and mechanisms of failures.
Datum: 9. 7. 2020 - 17:00 SELČ
Date: July 9, 2020 - 11 AM EDT | 3 PM GMT | 5:00 pm CEST
There are many solar markets only accessible with technologies beyond silicon. They include transparent and flexible film solar, underwater and indoor solar. Consider lightweight photovoltaic film on the sides of buildings that cannot support heavy glass. Film retrofits on buses and boats to boost range. IDTechEx predicts $38 billion dollars business emerging by 2040 that is not affected by the commoditised silicon-in-glass "power station" business. Learn how over $10,000/W is currently paid for record 30% efficient lll-V compound PV in a designer watch because only microwatts are needed., as an array on a satellite or wings of many high-altitude drones. Flexible copper-indium-gallium-diselenide PV has recently shot to over $2 billion sales in only ten years and now there are routes to eliminating the small amounts of toxic cadmium used. Some is of the new PV is stretchable, some self-adhesive and there are three routes to photovoltaic paint but some uses lead, some cadmium, and eliminating that is a gap in the emerging market. Tightly-rollable PV in your mobile phone, regular aircraft skin, billions of Internet of Things nodes? Yes, but better barrier films needed for some. Multipurpose PV is appearing from beautifying the sides of old buildings while powering them to unrolling as microgrid. This webinar introduces the huge materials opportunities emerging.
Datum: 10. 7. 2020 - 11:00 SELČ (30 minut)
Date: July 10, 2020 - 11:00 am CEST (30 minutes)
Datum: 14. 7. 2020 - 11:00 SELČ (60 minut)
Date: July 14, 2020 - 11:00 am CEST (60 minutes)
China leads the world in bus electrification. Of the approximately 423,000 pure electric city buses in operation today 98.5% of were manufactured and are currently deployed in cities in China. China have built their electric bus industry on the back of a generous subsidy scheme, and this funding has been used to establish a world leading manufacturing base and supply chain for the production battery electric buses. However, because of the phasing-out of subsidies and increasing saturation of electric buses in large Chinese city bus fleets, sales of electric buses have been falling year-on-year since their peak in 2016. As a result, Chinese electric bus OEMs are increasingly looking to foreign markets for growth.
Despite substantially slower uptake of electric buses in the rest of the world, the pressing need to improve air quality in urban areas and commitments by many governments to address climate change, are now fuelling efforts to deliver zero on-road emission city bus fleets. In many areas of the world the bus market is on the brink of a very rapid transition away from traditional diesel powertrains.
This webinar is based on material from the IDTechEx report "Electric, Hybrid and Fuel Cell Buses 2021-2040", providing insight into the industry's evolution, and will cover:
Datum: 14. 7. 2020 - 11:00 SELČ (30 minut)
Date: July 14, 2020 - 11:00 am CEST (30 minutes)
WE Back Up Your Applications: Hot Swappable Supercapacitor Backup Solution- Powered by Digi-Key Electronics
Datum: 15. 7. 2020 - 16:00 SELČ (60 minut)
Date: July 15, 2020 - 4:00 pm CEST (60 minutes)
Materials informatics (MI) involves the use of data-centric approaches for materials science R&D. There are multiple strategic approaches and already some notable success stories; significant adoption is happening now and missing this transition will be very costly.
Primarily, MI is based on using data infrastructures and leveraging machine learning solutions for the design of new materials, discovery of materials for a given application, or optimisation of how materials are processed. This is not straight-forward and is still at a nascent stage, but with industry engagement, a flourishing start-up scene, and academic progression the future is very bright.
Ultimately, MI will become a valuable enabling toolkit to anyone that develops materials or designs with materials. MI can accelerate the "forward" direction of innovation (properties are realised for an input material), but the idealised solution is to enable the "inverse" direction (materials are designed given desired properties).
Organic electronics, battery compositions, additive manufacturing alloys, polyurethane formulations, and nanomaterial development are all examples of areas that MI is having an immediate impact on. Numerous industrial end-users have already begun this adoption with 3 core approaches: operate fully in-house, work with an external company, or join forces as part of a consortium.
Through extensive primary interviews, IDTechEx has released a leading technical report on this topic - "Materials Informatics 2020-2030".
This webinar will provide:
Datum: 16. 7. 2020 - 11:00 SELČ (30 minut)
Date: July 16, 2020 - 11:00 am CEST (30 minutes)
This session introduces Keysight’s PathWave Advanced Design System (ADS), the RF design and simulation environment to help you to achieve design success with a complete desktop flow. Extensive component libraries make it easy to find the part you want. Automatic sync with layout allows you to visualize the physical layout while making schematic designs. Integrated electromagnetic simulators allow you to do verification of the layout effects.
Datum: 20. 7. 2020 - 11:00 SELČ (90 minut)
Date: July 20, 2020 - 11:00 am CEST (90 minutes)
At this free webinar you will learn about DFMStream, the new product from DownStream Technologies that provides powerful DFM capabilities in an easy-to- use tool suite. DFMStream bridges the gap between engineering and fabrication, helps save valuable time and reduces new product introduction bottlenecks.
Identifying DFM issues before you start the fabrication process
Preparing PCB design data for manufacturing is a critical step in the new product introduction process. Designs that work in a virtual PCB CAD system may unknowingly break critical manufacturing rules resulting in delayed delivery times as deviations and work-arounds are performed at the manufacturer.
Datum: 21. 7. 2020 - 15:00 SELČ a 20:00 SELČ (60 minut)
Date: July 21, 2020 - 6:00AM PDT | 9:00AM EDT | 3:00PM CEST and 11:00AM PDT | 2:00PM EDT (60 minutes)
Historically, engineers have tried to ensure electronic product reliability by applying a series of design rules and achieving high mean time between failure (MTBF) calculated values. The results have been confusing in some cases and highly misleading in others.
This webinar showcases how Ansys Sherlock — a powerful automated design analysis tool — applies validated reliability physics modeling, enabling engineers to achieve faster and more accurate reliability predictions.
Datum: 21. 7. 2020 - 17:00 SELČ
Date: July 21, 2020 - 11 AM EDT | 3 PM GMT | 5:00 pm CEST
Current tools and methodologies for PCB Documentation are essentially workarounds that, rather than automating, in fact create obstacles to quickly producing detailed and accurate PCB documentation.
What is needed is a new approach to PCB documentation – a standalone PCB document authoring tool, developed in the style of Microsoft Office, which quickly creates electronic drawings to drive the PCB fabrication and assembly processes; a tool that “knows” it is creating a PCB document and leverages the PCB CAD data to automatically create and intelligently link PCB Views, details, document notes, external documents, URLs and multi-media content.
The result should be an electronic document which better articulates the instructions for PCB manufacturing, which can be changed instantly, and will lead to faster and more accurate new product introduction. A new product from DownStream Technologies – BluePrint for Printed Circuit Boards – is just such a product.
Datum: 22. 7. 2020 - 15:00 SELČ a 20:00 SELČ (60 minut)
Date: July 22, 2020 - 6:00AM PDT | 9:00AM EDT | 3:00PM CEST and 11:00AM PDT | 2:00PM EDT (60 minutes)
Learn all about the impressive press-fit design of REDCUBE, how it works, and PCB specifications in this FREE one-hour training Powered by Digi-Key Electronics. Digi-Key Electronics is the exclusive sponsor of the Würth Elektronik technical WEbinars.
Datum: 22. 7. 2020 - 16:00 SELČ (60 minut)
Date: July 22, 2020 - 4:00 pm CEST (60 minutes)
Mentor, A Siemens business
Most organizations leave detailed design validation for lab prototype testing, but this approach discovers problems late in the design cycle, leading to board re-spins that introduce delays and raise project costs. Increasing PCB systems performance requirements coupled with a pressure to improve product quality are driving engineering teams to consider alternatives to their current validation approach.This webinar discusses a hybrid approach for post-route verification that quickly and automatically screens designs for potential faults across multiple disciplines. Potential faults can then be reviewed by the designer and further quantified through simulation if necessary. This method permits near real-time checking of layout as the design progresses. It also eliminates the delays and quality issues associated with manual design reviews while providing complete coverage of high-speed, and safety layout constraints to ensure all requirements have been satisfied.
Datum: 28. 7. 2020 - 15:00 SELČ (60 minut)
Date: July 28, 2020 - 2:00 PM Europe/London | 2:00 PM US/Eastern (60 minutes)
Power supply telemetry used to be a premium feature (read expensive) that was only designed into systems that absolutely needed it. As the technology has matured the cost of entry has come down, making the capabilities more attractive to a wider application base. We will review what power supply telemetry is, specifically using the PMBus industry standard, as well as go over example designs featuring the Ultra96-V2 and the UltraZed SOM platforms.
What You Will Learn In This Webinar:
Datum: 29. 7. 2020 - 18:00 SELČ (60 minut)
Date: July 29, 2020 - 6:00 pm CEST (60 minutes)
Mentor, A Siemens business
Multi-gigabit serial channels present some of the most stringent signal integrity challenges facing designers today. With high speed links, small details are critical – device pinout, breakout routing, signal routing layers, return paths and parasitics associated with blocking capacitors all have significant impact on channel margin that requires careful design analysis and optimization. Equally important is avoiding analytical overkill – spending too much time optimizing a single structure without considering its impact on total channel margin – because over-optimization wastes time and money.
This webinar explores the different aspects of serial channel design planning and analysis from the pre-layout standpoint, using simulation to develop a detailed set of layout rules. Design of detailed geometries requiring 3D EM simulation is explored, showing how to assess design alternatives and maximize overall channel margin.
Datum: 18. 8. 2020 - 15:00 SELČ (60 minut)
Date: August 18, 2020 2:00 PM Europe/London | 2:00 PM US/Eastern | 10:00 AM Asia/Singapore (60 minutes)