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PCB Test and Debug exhibition at one of the most picturesque event venues in the countryWHAT: PCB Test and Debug exhibition and seminar
WHEN: Wed, March 14th 2018
WHERE: Towcester Racecourse, Northamptonshire
HOW: please register at www.electrotestexpo.co.uk
HOW MUCH: Free to attend
Now enjoying its eighth year of free-to-attend events, ElectroTestExpo will commence its unique combination of drop-in tabletop exhibition and seminar on March 14th 2018 at one of the most picturesque event venues in the country – Towcester Racecourse, in the stunning Northamptonshire countryside.
On show will be Test and Measurement instrumentation from across the spectrum; from oscilloscopes, RF generators and other bench tools to integrated production test systems based on advanced technologies that include PXI and JTAG/Boundary-scan. Exhibitors currently include TTi, Amfax, JTAG Technologies, YELO, Cobham Wireless, TestWorks, Elite Interfaces, MAC Panel, Cimbian, ASTER Technologies, Pico Technology and Pickering Interfaces.
The free seminar program will feature a program of short talks by industry experts tackling a range of topics in an easily accessible, relaxed environment. A schedule for the 30-minute presentations will be posted on the event web-site www.electrotestexpo.co.uk
Consortium member Nick Hickford comments: ‘The challenges in today’s test environment require a more focussed approach than the traditional wide-ranging exhibition. ElectroTestExpo is a dedicated event that aims to address the needs of electronic design, test and debug engineers looking to reduce cost and test time but maintain measurement quality. Pickering Interfaces is delighted to support this event.’
The event is open to all electronic engineering professionals; however, numbers are limited and so please register early at www.electrotestexpo.co.uk .
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
Posted Wednesday 10th of January 2018