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STMicroelectronics & Future
Description: Join this webinar to know everything about the most cost effective ARM cortex-M0 Microcontroller product from STMicroelectronics.
The STM32F030 features an ARM Cortex core and runs at speeds up to 48MHz. While achieving the STM32’s lowest ever price point, the STM32F030 comes with a full set of performing peripherals, such as fast 12-bit ADC, advanced and flexible timers, calendar RTC and communication peripherals including the I2C, USART and SPI.
This combination easily outperforms existing 8-bit architectures and allows all application designers to benefit from the simplicity and efficiency of a state-of-the-art 32-bit core.
Application designers starting with the STM32F030 benefit from being able to upgrade to any of the devices in the powerful STM32 portfolio at any time with an extraordinary degree of reusability of free tools and application software.
 
Stratasys
Description: 3D-printed electronics deliver benefits that mirror those of 3D-printed mechanical parts. Integrate the two processes into one hybrid solution to amplify the advantages in time savings, cost reduction and design flexibility to achieve unmatched efficiencies and create revolutionary products. Join us to discover what is possible when you integrate electro-mechanical design and manufacturing.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND: • Electrical & Mechanical Engineers • Manufacturing Engineers • Test Engineers • Design Engineers • Engineering Management • R&D Professionals
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN: • How the hybrid process works • What types of integrated electronics are possible • What are the advantages and considerations • What the future holds
 
Altair
Description: Drop Simulation is the most common and important means to evaluate electronics product drop performance. However in many cases, it takes too long to conduct drop simulation, making it difficult to fit into today's ever-shrinking design cycles.
Altair understands this challenge and has successfully assisted many world leading electronics companies to leverage its simulation and automation technology to speed up the laborious manual tasks associated with FEA model setup, drop analysis set up, post-processing and reporting.
Attendees of this webinar will see and hear:
• A demonstration of Altair's drop simulation industry solution
• Highlights of the automated steps covering:
-Organization of CAD data with material and properties information and simplifying geometry
-Automatically set up contact, drop orientation and solve
-Automated results post processing and report generation
 
Stratasys
Description: Additive manufacturing technologies are also commonly known as "Rapid Prototyping" or "3D Printing" as well as other names. And, although they are still being used by design engineers for concept modeling and prototyping, that's not all. Manufacturing engineers are now employing these technologies for various applications such as jigs, fixtures, check gauges, and even as a bridge-to-tooling and low-volume end-use parts.
In this webinar you'll learn: • How additive manufacturing can help designers create better products • Why additive manufacturing gets products to market faster and cheaper • How companies like: BMW, GM and Boeing use additive manufacturing • What's in store for additive manufacturing in the future.
 
Avago
Description: At the heart of an inverter is the IGBT, a costly power device which must switch extremely fast and is required to withstand the high DC bus voltage. The efficiency and reliability provided by these power devices are of utmost importance to maximize the performance of the inverter. Optocouplers are commonly used in inverters to provide safe galvanic isolation between the control circuits and to help protect against damage caused by high voltages in the DC bus. In particular, gate drive optocouplers are widely used to drive IGBTs since they can provide high output current for precise switching and fault detection features for IGBT protection. The ACPL-339J is the industry's first dual-output gate drive optocoupler, uniquely designed to support a MOSFET buffer to maximizes gate drive design scalability and power conversion efficiency. It also offers a compact and cost-effective solution for protecting the IGBT with integrated features like UVLO, short circuit detection and "soft" IGBT turn-off. Attendees will learn: 1. How to drive IGBT for better power conversion efficiency. 2. How to protect IGBT to improve system overall reliability. 3. The advantages ACPL-339J and achieving system design scalability, efficiency and reliability. Who should attend: Power designers doing motor drives, industrial and renewable energy inverters, and switching power supplies.
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