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iNEMI projects are addressing medical reliability testing and medical component specifications

Presentations from iNEMI Sustainability Forum, APEX 2014.

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2014 Medical Electronics Symposium Sept. 18-19 Portland, Oregon USA

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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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Two call for participation calls will be held:  September 15 (US/Europe) and September 17 (Asia).

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The objective of this project is to investigate the impact of contamination and synthetic defects on optical performance (transmitted power) of expanded beam optical connectors.

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As part of iNEMI's support of sustainability work in the electronics manufacturing industry, iNEMI hosted a webinar to review IEEE 1874 – Standard for Documentation Schema for Repair and Assembly of Electronic Devices:

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iNEMI will offer discounts to member companies who choose to pay their membership fees in advance for the upcoming years.

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Member Testimonials

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Kim Hyland, Senior Director of Global Operations & Engineering, Cisco Systems, says that working with iNEMI on the transition to lead-free solder allowed the OEMs and EMS companies to define their needs and wants and to do everything only once (instead of each company having its own individual requirements).

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