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“IOT = THE INTERCONNECT OF THINGS”
An Advanced Interconnection and Packaging Workshop – Covering: Sensors, Wearables and RFID Technologies
This educational Workshop, organised by IMAPS-UK is being held at the new CPI Catapult facility in Newton Aycliffe. It is your opportunity to learn about and understand the technologies, materials and processes related to the range of interconnect technologies available for the Microelectronics manufacturing processes required for Sensors, RFID, general Semiconductors and other devices that are being developed for IOT applications.”
The revolution in flexible hybrid electronics is creating new opportunities for the manufacture of stretchable, conformal, wearable and disposable electronics products instead of standard surface mount assembly on printed circuit boards.
The workshop will consist of a series of tutorials, case studies and breakout sessions to inform you of the state of the art and future directions in microelectronics manufacturing from a range of industrial and academic experts.
The interactive breakout sessions will help in defining the future opportunities and barriers for incorporating flexible hybrid electronics in product design and manufacturing, addressing the following topics:
- What are the key opportunities for electronics packaging for flexible hybrid electronics?
- What are the major barriers to the uptake of electronics packaging for flexible hybrid electronics?
- What needs to be done to create an infrastructure for electronic packaging for flexible hybrid electronics to be instigated?
- What can IMAPS-UK and CPI do to support electronic packaging community for flexible hybrid electronics?
- How can it be effectively integrated into electronic manufacturing lines?
The event will provide training for staff who need to be aware of electronic packaging technologies for IoT applications. It will also serve as a refresher for those who wish to expand the breadth of their knowledge and build their network of contacts in the field.
…. This event is supported by AND
The venue will now be at the CPI centre in Darlington, which is part of the National Biologics Manufacturing Centre (NMBC).
(Please use DL1 1GP for GPS / sat nav)
- 8:30 –Registration and Networking
- 9:30 – Welcome and Introductions
- Introduction to CPI…… Introduction to IMAPS-UK
- 9:45 – CPI keynote – “Aspects of Manufacturing Flexible and Printable electronics”
- 10:30 –Break
- 11:00 – Tutorial by Imperial College – “Integration Technologies for Flexible Electronics”
- 11:30 – Case study -1: from M-Connected – “An Application for RFID”
- 11:45 – Breakout session 1 (3 Questions)
- 12:30 – Lunch
- 13:00 – Facility Tour (Newton Aycliffe) (Assemble on Coach)
- 14:00 – Return to Darlington
- 14:15 – Tutorial by Southampton University – “System in Textiles – fabrication processes developed for smart fabrics “
- 15:00 – Case study -2:from Datatecnics – “Smart Cities and embedded systems cases in civil engineering”
- 15:20 – Break
- 15:45 – Breakout session 2 (3 questions)
- 16:20 – Feedback from breakout 1
- 16:30 – Feedback from breakout 2
- 16:40 – Wrap up
- 17:00 – Close
Who Should Attend?
Research & Development Related Personnel, Scientists, Production, Manufacturing & Technical Engineers/Managers & Directors, Supply Chain Companies, Process Engineers, Product Designers & Students.
This is an educational event and has limited places, please book early to avoid disappointment.
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Date(s) - 07/02/2019
8:30 am - 5:00 pm