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Quality Control and Processes that ensure quality in EMS

We are surrounded by devices and electronic gizmos in our life and each of them, without exception, depend on electronics – from mobile phones to game consoles to cars to kitchen appliances to entertainment devices, and more. Powering all of these are complex printed circuit board assemblies which house the various active and passive components. […]

Battery Management System: Reference Design for High Voltage systems

Introduction: Battery Management system (BMS) is an electronic system considered to be the brain of the battery packs. The two main functions of the BMS are safety protection and energy management. These are essential to manage the operational & safety parameters of the battery pack over the expected lifetime. The BMS estimates the state of […]

The future of miniaturization in wearable products

Wearables is among the fastest growing domains in consumer goods, and one that depends extensively on miniaturization in electronics. Consumers are getting increasingly dependent on smartphones and smart watches with extensive features – those that track their daily walking steps, display health parameters, book appointments, deliver emails and more. Then there are those earbuds that […]

Choosing the Right Partner in Times of Component Shortage

  The rising content of electronics in devices, vehicles and machines coupled with the unprecedented component shortage situation puts a lot of global manufacturers’ supply chains at risk. Most components, particularly the actives are in short supply, at lead times of 30-60 weeks and at dramatically higher prices. Manufacturers of electronic assemblies need to choose […]

India’s Ability to Gain Global Manufacturing Clients

Sreeram Srinivasan, CEO, Syrma SGS Technology, talks about the impact of COVID on the global manufacturing industry.

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Launches 2,515-Crore Projects

TN Chief Minister commissioned three projects and laid the foundation for 13 projects involving a total investment of 2,515 crores at TNGIM.