iNEMI projects are addressing medical reliability testing and medical component specifications

Presentations from iNEMI Sustainability Forum, APEX 2014.

Download the 2013 iNEMI Research Priorities

2015 Medical Electronics Symposium Sept. 16-17 Portland, Oregon USA

The 2015 Roadmap goes on sale this April.

Several iNEMI projects are addressing challenges related to miniaturization, all with the goal of maximizing product value in the smallest possible form factor.
Our proactive, member-driven environmental projects focus on closing technology gaps while attacking problems with scientific depth and rigor to develop sustainable solutions.
Medical products increasingly rely on electronics for functionality and pose a unique set of reliability and operating challenges.
Several challenges remain in implementing alternative energies, and collaboration is key to ensuring rapid global growth of these technologies.
In addition to the four focus areas, iNEMI has ongoing activities related to optoelectronics technology.

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April 9 Webinar Will Review Roadmap Highlights

 
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iNEMI members can now download the 2015 iNEMI Roadmap.

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Members of the iNEMI Board of Directors talk about their experiences with iNEMI and the advantages of membership.

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This report summarizes the work of the Component Specifications for Medical Products Project.

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iNEMI is calling for your participation in two connector surveys.  The responses to these surveys will help the iNEMI project working groups answer many of the industries questions, identify gaps and will be used to develop a white paper which will be distributed through the iNEMI process. Your response is greatly appreciated.

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iNEMI CEO Bill Bader talked recently with iConnect007/RealTime with IPC at the IPC APEX Expo in San Diego. After a brief overview of what iNEMI is and what it does, he discussed the new roadmap, due out in April, and new initiatives being organized for 2015.

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