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It is not news anymore that the electronics supply chain has and continues to be in turmoil. As supply chain predictability becomes virtually unpredictable the impacts on the design process are being felt across all industries. With 52-week lead times and low part stocks becoming the norm, how are designers supposed to manage? While these issues are definitely a challenge for every designer to overcome they can also be an opportunity. If you can navigate this environment and build supply chain resilience into your design process everyone’s nightmare becomes your competitive advantage.
Join the experts at EMA and Silicon Expert as they provide an overview of the current supply chain challenges, what they mean for electronics and how you can make supply chain resilience an inherent part of your design process.
What You Will Learn:
- What is the current state of the supply chain (hint: not good)?
- What is the impact on companies and their design process?
- How can you leverage modern services to keep you ahead of supply chain issues?
- What are some of the techniques and tips to ensure supply chain resiliency?
- How can you build these techniques directly into your design process using a supply chain-driven design methodology?
August 4 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am EDT
Group Product Manager, Supply Chain | SiliconExpert
Dwight manages supply chain solutions for SiliconExpert that provide customers with insight to potentially adverse events, share first mover reactions and deliver full visibility to their ordered inventory. He has spent his career in high tech, helping organizations achieve better business outcomes through software.
A BS in Mathematics shapes the way he solves issues and an MBA with a concentration in Marketing ensures that those solutions are profitable.
Field Application Engineer | EMA
Roger is an Electrical Engineer based out of Princeton, New Jersey and has been with EMA since 2013.
He is a Field Application Engineer focusing on component library management, design data management, SPICE simulation for circuits and power integrity.