By Mulugeta Abtew, VP, Manufacturing Technology Development, Sanmina
Driven by the influx of smart devices and electronic products, the pervasiveness of PCBs has continued to expand.
By Steven Johnson, Gary Newton, Director - Automotive Americas & Robert Franz, Hottinger Brüel & Kjær
For over 75 years, Bruel and Kjaer have played a leading role in the world of sound and vibration.
By Marcin Kłoda, CTO, intive
Manufacturers can gain insights into the disparate data sources that digital twin technology connects, resulting in greater operational efficiency and improved productivity in areas such as supply chains and deliveries.
By Maciej Sibinski, Managing Director, Etteplan
Important feature of digitally controlled power converter is possibility of reconfiguration of control algorithm.
By Mohak Shah, Ph.D., VP - AI and Machine Learning, LG Electronics
The core design principles can be a good basis to understand and establish the success and longevity of the initiatives.
By Jennifer Briley Christian, Vice President, Clinical Evidence, IQVIA [NYSE: IQV]
From mobile apps and wearables to smartphones and sensors, digital health is on the rise. Powerful technologies are capturing data continuously, monitoring patients remotely, relaying real-world insights at scale, and allowing us to reimagine...
By Richard Hu, Associate Director CMC, Curis, Inc. [NASDAQ: CRIS]
In our exciting and ever-changing industry, pharmaceutical and biotech companies must continue innovating not only their technologies but also the way they do business.
By Cindy Carlisle, VP, HR. Commercial Operations, Roche Diagnostics Corporation
In today’s dynamic and competitive business environment, companies must continuously innovate and improve the ways they work.
By Ashwin Athri, SVP, Precision for Value
How often is there a business-critical problem statement that requires analysis of various data assets that you have invested time and money to procure and manage, and you hear from the team that:
By Ahmad Sharif, SVP & Chief Medical Information, Fresenius Medical Care
Like in all other industries, data is abound in healthcare. However, the challenge lies in deriving meaningful insights from this vast reserve of information and making it available at the point of care.