This year at PCB West 2017, September 12-14 at the Santa Clara Convention Center, we’re excited to announce that Tempo’s CEO Jeff McAlvay will be presenting a session for the conference’s DFF/DFM track on Day 1, September 12th at 10AM:
Build Hardware Faster:
5 Rapid Prototyping Lessons Enterprises Can Learn From Startups
The recent explosive growth in the number of hardware startups has fueled a movement to make hardware development as fast as software development. Hardware design is now easier thanks to the availability of new software tools and automated low-volume manufacturing services. This session presents five lessons that will help enterprise businesses adopt rapid prototyping in their NPI projects, allowing them to innovate at the speed of a startup. We will explore how startups use the latest software tools and services to bring manufacturing intelligence into the design process and agile methods to integrate electronics, and mechanical and software development.
More information on the session schedule, tracks, events and how to register can be found in the PCB West 2017 Conference Catalog.
Planning to attend PCB West 2017? Don’t miss visiting with the Tempo Automation Team on Wednesday, September 13th on the exhibit floor at booth #405.
We will be showcasing our latest online PCBA ordering capabilities and will have samples of the complex quick-turn PCB assemblies our robotic factory builds. Also at the Tempo booth, we will be proudly showing off the new Redshift SM supermoto electric motorcycle released this month by our customer, Alta Motors.