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Elektra Awards 2014 427Elektra Awards 2014 

Thank you to everyone, and particularly al the sponsors, who made the 2014 event such a success. See www.elektraawards.co.uk

Celebrating product innovation and business success in the industry for more than a decade, the Elektra Awards is recognised as the best promotional platform to celebrate the achievements of individuals and companies across the electronics industry.

Time to be part of the Elektra 2015 success story!

See also:

Gallery: Elektra Awards 2014 Winners >>

Gallery: Elektra Awards 2014 Event Highlights and Entertainment >>

Gallery: Elektra Awards 2014 Guests and Attendees >>

News: Elektra Awards 2014 – Winners listed in full >>


Mar
23
Mon
University of Surrey – Emerging Technologies in Mobile Communications – Guildford @ University of Surrey
Mar 23 – Jun 25 all-day

university of surreyThe University of Surrey in Guildford is running a series of short Professional Development courses. The university writes:

Courses can be given as part of a regular programme, organised in conjunction with a professional body, or devised specifically for the needs of a particular organisation.

Some of these courses can form part of an MSc in Electronic Engineering. Courses can be taken on a one-off basis or as part of the MSc via short courses.

For Emerging Technologies in Mobile Communications:

In this short course, we will discuss the principles of emerging technologies that have been studied in recent years and are about to be deployed in commercial products and services. A team of prestigious academic and industrial lecturer will present the foundations and the trend for widespread deployment of advanced concepts such as MIMO/OFDM systems, Cooperative Communications, Cognitive Radio, Advanced Air Interface techniques such as small cells (including femtocells, picocells and metrocells), and etc.

The course is intended for new recruits of telecommunication and related industries with an engineering or any related science degree who will work in R&D, sales and, and technical support. The course will be also suitable for those who might be interested in doing a part-time master program. So, there will be sufficient overlap between this course and our standard Mobile Communications A/B course. However, the presentation will be customized for industrial audiences with strong emphasize on the concepts and industrial applications.

Discounts are given for IET and IEEE members.

The full list of courses is:

Digital Signal Processing 22-26 September 2014
IP Networking Protocols and Technologies 10-14 November 2014 4 places left
Antennas and Propagation 17-21 November 2014
Modern Radar Theory and Practice 24-28 November 2014
Microwave Circuit and System Design 23-27 February 2015
Emerging Technologies in Mobile Communications 23-27 March 2015
Satellite Communications 20-24 April 2015
Smart Cities 11-15 May 2015
Statistical Signal Processing 20-22 May 2015
RF Circuit and Systems Design 6-10 July 2015
Spacecraft Systems Design 13-17 July 2015

For more information see: www.surrey.ac.ukhttp://www.surrey.ac.uk/ee/pd

Apr
28
Tue
NI – LabVIEW Developer Day – Edinburgh
Apr 28 all-day

National-Instruments-300x205National Instruments is inviting engineers and scientists to improve their graphical programming skills by attending LabVIEW Developer Days.

They are free, one day professional development events held in 12 locations throughout Northern Europe.

NI writes:

As well as providing in-depth technical presentations and valuable programming tips for new and experienced users, LabVIEW Developer Days also gives attendees the opportunity to network with fellow programmers.

Ideal for any measurement or control system, LabVIEW software integrates all the tools that engineers and scientists need to build applications in dramatically less time, by providing a development environment for problem solving, accelerated productivity and continual innovation. The Keynote presentation at the start of each LabVIEW Developer Day, entitled “You and NI Will Prepare for the Future” demonstrates how NI’s powerful, intuitive technology is used to address the engineering challenges of today, as well as those yet to come.

By choosing from two tracks, depending on experience, attendees tailor the day to suit their individual needs. The Intermediate track is created for programmers who are new to LabVIEW, offering guidance on how to personalise the environment to accelerate productivity, together with best practices for code packaging. Alternatively, more experienced users will choose the Advanced track, featuring topics such as data communication for scalable systems and how to improve code quality through automated code analysis.

Attendees at each of the 12 events can take the career-enhancing NI Certified LabVIEW Associate Developer exam, the first step in the three-part LabVIEW certification process, for free. There is also the option to take advantage of a technical preparation session for the next level of professional proficiency, the Certified LabVIEW Developer qualification. In addition, every attendee will receive a voucher for 50% discount towards any NI training course in 2015.

To reserve your place at one of the UK locations, visit ni.com

Tuesday 14th April                Newbury
Thursday 16th April                Cambridge
Tuesday 28th April                Edinburgh
Thursday 30th April        Birmingham
Tuesday 12th May                Belfast

 

 

Apr
30
Thu
NI – LabVIEW Developer Day – Birmingham
Apr 30 all-day

National-Instruments-300x205National Instruments is inviting engineers and scientists to improve their graphical programming skills by attending LabVIEW Developer Days.

They are free, one day professional development events held in 12 locations throughout Northern Europe.

NI writes:

As well as providing in-depth technical presentations and valuable programming tips for new and experienced users, LabVIEW Developer Days also gives attendees the opportunity to network with fellow programmers.

Ideal for any measurement or control system, LabVIEW software integrates all the tools that engineers and scientists need to build applications in dramatically less time, by providing a development environment for problem solving, accelerated productivity and continual innovation. The Keynote presentation at the start of each LabVIEW Developer Day, entitled “You and NI Will Prepare for the Future” demonstrates how NI’s powerful, intuitive technology is used to address the engineering challenges of today, as well as those yet to come.

By choosing from two tracks, depending on experience, attendees tailor the day to suit their individual needs. The Intermediate track is created for programmers who are new to LabVIEW, offering guidance on how to personalise the environment to accelerate productivity, together with best practices for code packaging. Alternatively, more experienced users will choose the Advanced track, featuring topics such as data communication for scalable systems and how to improve code quality through automated code analysis.

Attendees at each of the 12 events can take the career-enhancing NI Certified LabVIEW Associate Developer exam, the first step in the three-part LabVIEW certification process, for free. There is also the option to take advantage of a technical preparation session for the next level of professional proficiency, the Certified LabVIEW Developer qualification. In addition, every attendee will receive a voucher for 50% discount towards any NI training course in 2015.

To reserve your place at one of the UK locations, visit ni.com

Tuesday 14th April                Newbury
Thursday 16th April                Cambridge
Tuesday 28th April                Edinburgh
Thursday 30th April        Birmingham
Tuesday 12th May                Belfast

 

 

May
11
Mon
University of Surrey – Smart Cities – Guildford @ University of Surrey
May 11 – May 15 all-day

university of surreyThe University of Surrey in Guildford is running a series of short Professional Development courses. The university writes:

Courses can be given as part of a regular programme, organised in conjunction with a professional body, or devised specifically for the needs of a particular organisation.

Some of these courses can form part of an MSc in Electronic Engineering. Courses can be taken on a one-off basis or as part of the MSc via short courses.

Discounts are given for IET and IEEE members.

The full list of courses is:

Digital Signal Processing 22-26 September 2014
IP Networking Protocols and Technologies 10-14 November 2014 4 places left
Antennas and Propagation 17-21 November 2014
Modern Radar Theory and Practice 24-28 November 2014
Microwave Circuit and System Design 23-27 February 2015
Emerging Technologies in Mobile Communications 23-27 March 2015
Satellite Communications 20-24 April 2015
Smart Cities 11-15 May 2015
Statistical Signal Processing 20-22 May 2015
RF Circuit and Systems Design 6-10 July 2015
Spacecraft Systems Design 13-17 July 2015

For more information see: www.surrey.ac.ukhttp://www.surrey.ac.uk/ee/pd

May
12
Tue
Device Developers’ Conference – Reading @ Hilton Reading
May 12 all-day

Machine to Machine Communication IoT in The Real WorldThis year’s Device Developers’ Conference – the UK conference for developers of intelligent systems and devices – is being held at four different locations:

  • 12th May Reading (England)
  • 14th May Cambridge (England)
  • 2nd June Manchester (England)
  • 4th June Uphall (Scotland)

As an example of content, there is a Machine to Machine Communication IoT in The Real World presentation:

This presentation will explore the many options for machine to machine communication. It will look at options such as Wifi, Bluetooth, Zigbee, Wimax, Lte and HSPA and it will evaluate each in terms of throughput, range, coverage, power consumption, devices per network, security, topology, connection and reliability.

Presented by Solid State Solutions, this presentation will also discuss hardware and software options as well as exploring options for Device to Cloud connectivity and security.

Other points to note:
• Free Book Offer – How to Develop Reliable Embedded Systems
• Delivering Live Imagery From Some of The Remotest Parts of the Globe
• IDS To Sponsor The UK Device Developers’ Conference 2015
• The Conference Will Visit Scotland Once Again
• Pico Technology to Demonstrate New USB 3.0 SuperSpeed Oscilloscope
• Is it Supposed To Do that ? – Testing and Debugging Embedded Systems
• Lauterbach Debug Tools to Support NXP LPC54100 Microcontrollers

The Conference, including the agenda of 40-minute technical presentations, is free to attend, although pre-registration is required to reserve a seat. There is a charge of £75+VAT for each of the half-day workshops.

For more info, see www.device-developer-conference.co.uk

Rohde & Schwarz – Demystifying The Vector Network Analyser – Fleet @ Rohde & Schwarz Offices
May 12 all-day
Rohde & Schwarz - Demystifying The Vector Network Analyser - Fleet @ Rohde & Schwarz Offices | Fleet | United Kingdom

Rohde & Schwarz is hosting a one day fundamentals training course on the practical use and understanding of vector network analysers. It is free to attend.

The course is designed for engineers that are new to the field of network analysis or require a refresh to increase efficiency in day to day work, and will impart the features available from a modern network analyser platform.

The organisers write:

It will cover the basics of connector systems, S-Parameter measurements and the need for user calibration in practical network analyser measurements and the use of time domain to understand test fixtures in greater detail. It explores the topic of measurement uncertainties, verifications kits and use of the R&S uncertainty calculation tool, “VNAMUC” to gain further insight into measurement accuracies. Finally, it will touch on some modern applications of network analysers, e.g. absolute power measurements of amplifiers. Each section will comprise of a presentation explaining the topic and an accompanying live practical demonstration.

  • Essentials in connectors and good handling
  • Network analyser fundamentals and S-parameter basics
  • Introduction to error correction and user calibration
  • Time domain reflectometry and offset embedding in practical applications
  • Introduction to measurement uncertainty and verification tools
  • Basic amplifier measurements and power calibration with a network analyser

The event will offer the opportunity for participants to meet local experts from Rohde & Schwarz and discuss topics in more detail on the day. The afternoon will finish with a Q&A session where all presenters will take and answer questions from the audience.

The course is being held at Rohde & Schwarz Offices, Fleet, Hampshire, GU51 2UZ

Registration for the seminar will start at 9.00 and aim to finish at 16.30. Buffet lunch will be provided.

 

NI – LabVIEW Developer Day – Belfast
9:30 am – 10:30 am

National-Instruments-300x205National Instruments is inviting engineers and scientists to improve their graphical programming skills by attending LabVIEW Developer Days.

They are free, one day professional development events held in 12 locations throughout Northern Europe.

NI writes:

As well as providing in-depth technical presentations and valuable programming tips for new and experienced users, LabVIEW Developer Days also gives attendees the opportunity to network with fellow programmers.

Ideal for any measurement or control system, LabVIEW software integrates all the tools that engineers and scientists need to build applications in dramatically less time, by providing a development environment for problem solving, accelerated productivity and continual innovation. The Keynote presentation at the start of each LabVIEW Developer Day, entitled “You and NI Will Prepare for the Future” demonstrates how NI’s powerful, intuitive technology is used to address the engineering challenges of today, as well as those yet to come.

By choosing from two tracks, depending on experience, attendees tailor the day to suit their individual needs. The Intermediate track is created for programmers who are new to LabVIEW, offering guidance on how to personalise the environment to accelerate productivity, together with best practices for code packaging. Alternatively, more experienced users will choose the Advanced track, featuring topics such as data communication for scalable systems and how to improve code quality through automated code analysis.

Attendees at each of the 12 events can take the career-enhancing NI Certified LabVIEW Associate Developer exam, the first step in the three-part LabVIEW certification process, for free. There is also the option to take advantage of a technical preparation session for the next level of professional proficiency, the Certified LabVIEW Developer qualification. In addition, every attendee will receive a voucher for 50% discount towards any NI training course in 2015.

To reserve your place at one of the UK locations, visit ni.com

Tuesday 14th April                Newbury
Thursday 16th April                Cambridge
Tuesday 28th April                Edinburgh
Thursday 30th April        Birmingham
Tuesday 12th May                Belfast

 

 

May
13
Wed
Rohde & Schwarz – Demystifying The Vector Network Analyser – Fleet @ Rohde & Schwarz Offices
May 13 all-day
Rohde & Schwarz - Demystifying The Vector Network Analyser - Fleet @ Rohde & Schwarz Offices | Fleet | United Kingdom

Rohde & Schwarz is hosting a one day fundamentals training course on the practical use and understanding of vector network analysers. It is free to attend.

The course is designed for engineers that are new to the field of network analysis or require a refresh to increase efficiency in day to day work, and will impart the features available from a modern network analyser platform.

The organisers write:

It will cover the basics of connector systems, S-Parameter measurements and the need for user calibration in practical network analyser measurements and the use of time domain to understand test fixtures in greater detail. It explores the topic of measurement uncertainties, verifications kits and use of the R&S uncertainty calculation tool, “VNAMUC” to gain further insight into measurement accuracies. Finally, it will touch on some modern applications of network analysers, e.g. absolute power measurements of amplifiers. Each section will comprise of a presentation explaining the topic and an accompanying live practical demonstration.

  • Essentials in connectors and good handling
  • Network analyser fundamentals and S-parameter basics
  • Introduction to error correction and user calibration
  • Time domain reflectometry and offset embedding in practical applications
  • Introduction to measurement uncertainty and verification tools
  • Basic amplifier measurements and power calibration with a network analyser

The event will offer the opportunity for participants to meet local experts from Rohde & Schwarz and discuss topics in more detail on the day. The afternoon will finish with a Q&A session where all presenters will take and answer questions from the audience.

The course is being held at Rohde & Schwarz Offices, Fleet, Hampshire, GU51 2UZ

Registration for the seminar will start at 9.00 and aim to finish at 16.30. Buffet lunch will be provided.

 

May
14
Thu
Device Developers’ Conference – Cambridge @ The Belfry Hotel, Cambourne
May 14 all-day

Machine to Machine Communication IoT in The Real WorldThis year’s Device Developers’ Conference – the UK conference for developers of intelligent systems and devices – is being held at four different locations:

  • 12th May Reading (England)
  • 14th May Cambridge (England)
  • 2nd June Manchester (England)
  • 4th June Uphall (Scotland)

As an example of content, there is a Machine to Machine Communication IoT in The Real World presentation:

This presentation will explore the many options for machine to machine communication. It will look at options such as Wifi, Bluetooth, Zigbee, Wimax, Lte and HSPA and it will evaluate each in terms of throughput, range, coverage, power consumption, devices per network, security, topology, connection and reliability.

Presented by Solid State Solutions, this presentation will also discuss hardware and software options as well as exploring options for Device to Cloud connectivity and security.

Other points to note:
• Free Book Offer – How to Develop Reliable Embedded Systems
• Delivering Live Imagery From Some of The Remotest Parts of the Globe
• IDS To Sponsor The UK Device Developers’ Conference 2015
• The Conference Will Visit Scotland Once Again
• Pico Technology to Demonstrate New USB 3.0 SuperSpeed Oscilloscope
• Is it Supposed To Do that ? – Testing and Debugging Embedded Systems
• Lauterbach Debug Tools to Support NXP LPC54100 Microcontrollers

The Conference, including the agenda of 40-minute technical presentations, is free to attend, although pre-registration is required to reserve a seat. There is a charge of £75+VAT for each of the half-day workshops.

For more info, see www.device-developer-conference.co.uk

May
19
Tue
Altium Demo Day – Southampton
May 19 all-day
Altium Demo Day - Southampton

When: May 19, 2015

Where: Southampton

Cost: FREE

Contact: +44 (0)1920 876250

Experience the latest PCB design software from Altium. Altium Designer is the PCB design tool of choice for a large number of the UK’s leading electronics companies. Designers say the software’s approach and feature set helps them concentrate more on design and deliver their products accurately, on time and on budget.

Attending this event will give you a real opportunity to see Altium Designer 15 in technical detail and how you can use it to streamline your design processes.

For more information see: http://www.eda.co.uk/altium-designer-2015

Altium Demo Day – Southampton @ Southampton
May 19 all-day
Altium Demo Day – Southampton @ Southampton

When: May 19, 2015

Where: Southampton

Cost: FREE

Contact: +44 (0)1920 876250

Experience the latest PCB design software from Altium. Altium Designer is the PCB design tool of choice for a large number of the UK’s leading electronics companies. Designers say the software’s approach and feature set helps them concentrate more on design and deliver their products accurately, on time and on budget.

Attending this event will give you a real opportunity to see Altium Designer 15 in technical detail and how you can use it to streamline your design processes.

For more information see: http://www.eda.co.uk/altium-designer-2015

 

 

May
20
Wed
University of Surrey – Statistical Signal Processing – Guildford @ University of Surrey
May 20 – May 22 all-day

university of surreyThe University of Surrey in Guildford is running a series of short Professional Development courses. The university writes:

Courses can be given as part of a regular programme, organised in conjunction with a professional body, or devised specifically for the needs of a particular organisation.

Some of these courses can form part of an MSc in Electronic Engineering. Courses can be taken on a one-off basis or as part of the MSc via short courses.

Discounts are given for IET and IEEE members.

The full list of courses is:

Digital Signal Processing 22-26 September 2014
IP Networking Protocols and Technologies 10-14 November 2014 4 places left
Antennas and Propagation 17-21 November 2014
Modern Radar Theory and Practice 24-28 November 2014
Microwave Circuit and System Design 23-27 February 2015
Emerging Technologies in Mobile Communications 23-27 March 2015
Satellite Communications 20-24 April 2015
Smart Cities 11-15 May 2015
Statistical Signal Processing 20-22 May 2015
RF Circuit and Systems Design 6-10 July 2015
Spacecraft Systems Design 13-17 July 2015

For more information see: www.surrey.ac.ukhttp://www.surrey.ac.uk/ee/pd

May
31
Sun
SID Display Week 2015 – San Jose @ San Jose Convention Center
May 31 – Jun 5 all-day

Display Week 2015The Society for Information Display’s Display Week 2015 will be held at the San Jose Convention Center from May 31-June 5, 2015.

What is Display Week? The organisers write:

Display Week is the once a year, can’t-miss event for the electronic information display industry, a $100 billion/year industry. The exhibition is the premier showcase for global information display companies and researchers to unveil cutting-edge developments in display technology. More display innovations are introduced year after year at Display Week than at any other display event in the world.

Display Week is where the world got its first look at technologies that have shaped the display industry into what it is today; that is, liquid crystal display (LCD) technology, plasma display panel (PDP) technology, organic light emitting diode (OLED) technology, and high definition TV, just to name a few. Display Week is also where emerging industry trends such as 3D, touch and interactivity, flexible and e-paper displays, solid state lighting, digital signage and plastic electronics are brought to the forefront of the display industry. First looks like these are why over 6,500 attendees will flock to San Jose for Display Week 2015.

Display Week 2015 covers display technologies such as:

  • OLED displays
  • Advanced LCDs
  • HD and 4K TV technologies
  • Digital signage
  • e-Paper
  • Flexible displays
  • Solid-state lighting
  • Touch and other interactive interfaces
  • Display electronics
  • Advanced optical films
  • Oxide TFTs
  • Materials and processes for display manufacturing
  • Plasma displays
  • Projection displays
  • Display metrology
  • LTPS TFTs
  • Wearables-flexible

For more information, visit www.displayweek.org

 

 

Jun
30
Tue
Altium Demo Day – Edinburgh
Jun 30 all-day
Altium Demo Day - Edinburgh

When: June 30, 2015

Where: Edinburgh

Cost: FREE

Contact: +44 (0)1920 876250

Experience the latest PCB design software from Altium. Altium Designer is the PCB design tool of choice for a large number of the UK’s leading electronics companies. Designers say the software’s approach and feature set helps them concentrate more on design and deliver their products accurately, on time and on budget.

Attending this event will give you a real opportunity to see Altium Designer 15 in technical detail and how you can use it to streamline your design processes.

For more information see: http://www.eda.co.uk/altium-designer-2015

Altium Demo Day – Edinburgh @ Edinburgh
Jun 30 all-day
Altium Demo Day – Edinburgh @ Edinburgh

When: June 30, 2015

Where: Edinburgh

Cost: FREE

Contact: +44 (0)1920 876250

Experience the latest PCB design software from Altium. Altium Designer is the PCB design tool of choice for a large number of the UK’s leading electronics companies. Designers say the software’s approach and feature set helps them concentrate more on design and deliver their products accurately, on time and on budget.

Attending this event will give you a real opportunity to see Altium Designer 15 in technical detail and how you can use it to streamline your design processes.

For more information see: http://www.eda.co.uk/altium-designer-2015

 

 

Jul
6
Mon
University of Surrey – RF Circuit and Systems Design – Guildford @ University of Surrey
Jul 6 – Jul 10 all-day

university of surreyThe University of Surrey in Guildford is running a series of short Professional Development courses. The university writes:

Courses can be given as part of a regular programme, organised in conjunction with a professional body, or devised specifically for the needs of a particular organisation.

Some of these courses can form part of an MSc in Electronic Engineering. Courses can be taken on a one-off basis or as part of the MSc via short courses.

For RF Circuit and Systems Design:

The course has been specifically designed to cover the major elements relevant to engineers working or starting out in the RF field and should provide them with the expertise required to excel in this, their chosen field. By joining some of the foremost experts in the field of RF engineering delegates will quickly be given the tools to get to grips with the major aspects of RF Circuit & System Design.

This course is intended for delegates wishing to consolidate and upgrade their RF knowledge to improve their effectiveness in the Mobile Radio Industry.  Delegates will obtain an understanding of the technologies behind receiver design including small signal RF amplifiers, synthesisers and PA design. The format of the course is such that even those with only a rudimentary understanding of the topic will quickly be brought up to speed. The course material progresses to an advanced level equivalent to that required to an MSc module. This course can also form part of the Modular MSc in Electronic Engineering. Please contact the CE office for further details.

Discounts are given for IET and IEEE members.

The full list of courses is:

Digital Signal Processing 22-26 September 2014
IP Networking Protocols and Technologies 10-14 November 2014 4 places left
Antennas and Propagation 17-21 November 2014
Modern Radar Theory and Practice 24-28 November 2014
Microwave Circuit and System Design 23-27 February 2015
Emerging Technologies in Mobile Communications 23-27 March 2015
Satellite Communications 20-24 April 2015
Smart Cities 11-15 May 2015
Statistical Signal Processing 20-22 May 2015
RF Circuit and Systems Design 6-10 July 2015
Spacecraft Systems Design 13-17 July 2015

For more information see: www.surrey.ac.ukhttp://www.surrey.ac.uk/ee/pd

Jul
28
Tue
Altium Demo Day – Leeds @ Leeds
Jul 28 all-day
Altium Demo Day – Leeds @ Leeds

When: July 28, 2015

Where: Leeds

Cost: FREE

Contact: +44 (0)1920 876250

Experience the latest PCB design software from Altium. Altium Designer is the PCB design tool of choice for a large number of the UK’s leading electronics companies. Designers say the software’s approach and feature set helps them concentrate more on design and deliver their products accurately, on time and on budget.

Attending this event will give you a real opportunity to see Altium Designer 15 in technical detail and how you can use it to streamline your design processes.

For more information see: http://www.eda.co.uk/altium-designer-2015

 

 

Altium Demo Day – Leeds
4:45 pm – 5:45 pm
Altium Demo Day - Leeds

When: July 28, 2015

Where: Edinburgh

Cost: FREE

Contact: +44 (0)1920 876250

Experience the latest PCB design software from Altium. Altium Designer is the PCB design tool of choice for a large number of the UK’s leading electronics companies. Designers say the software’s approach and feature set helps them concentrate more on design and deliver their products accurately, on time and on budget.

Attending this event will give you a real opportunity to see Altium Designer 15 in technical detail and how you can use it to streamline your design processes.

For more information see: http://www.eda.co.uk/altium-designer-2015

Aug
25
Tue
Altium Demo Day – Cambridge
Aug 25 all-day
Altium Demo Day - Cambridge

When: August 25, 2015

Where: Cambridge

Cost: FREE

Contact: +44 (0)1920 876250

Experience the latest PCB design software from Altium. Altium Designer is the PCB design tool of choice for a large number of the UK’s leading electronics companies. Designers say the software’s approach and feature set helps them concentrate more on design and deliver their products accurately, on time and on budget.

Attending this event will give you a real opportunity to see Altium Designer 15 in technical detail and how you can use it to streamline your design processes.

For more information see: http://www.eda.co.uk/altium-designer-2015

Altium Demo Day – Cambridge @ Cambridge
Aug 25 all-day
Altium Demo Day – Cambridge @ Cambridge

When: August 25, 2015

Where: Cambridge

Cost: FREE

Contact: +44 (0)1920 876250

Experience the latest PCB design software from Altium. Altium Designer is the PCB design tool of choice for a large number of the UK’s leading electronics companies. Designers say the software’s approach and feature set helps them concentrate more on design and deliver their products accurately, on time and on budget.

Attending this event will give you a real opportunity to see Altium Designer 15 in technical detail and how you can use it to streamline your design processes.

For more information see: http://www.eda.co.uk/altium-designer-2015