2013 Roadmap

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About the 2013 iNEMI Roadmap

The 2013 Roadmap was developed by 20 Technology Working Groups (TWGs) in response to inputs regarding technology needs from representatives of OEMs in six Product Emulator Groups (PEGs). These groups included more than 650 individuals from over 350 corporations, consortia, government agencies and universities, located in 18 countries.

Download highlights of the Executive Summary (PDF).

View sample pages (PDF)

Press release (May 14, 2013)

ROLL-OUT WEBINAR (OVERVIEW): Introduction to the 2013 Roadmap plus highlights of selected chapters (requires log-in; if you do not have a web account, create one now).

Additional presentations and webinars

2013 Product Emulator Groups (PEGs)

1.    Aerospace/Defense
2.    Automotive
3.    Consumer/Portable
4.    High-End Systems
5.    Medical
6.    Office Systems

The PEGs define OEM requirements for their respective product sectors, anticipating product technology and business-related needs over a 10-year horizon. These needs are presented in each PEG chapter, using key attribute spreadsheets and text according to templates that are furnished by the iNEMI Technical Committee (TC).  Each PEG has a Chair or Co-chairs and as many group members as needed for a broad-based view of that emulator’s scope (usually 2-5 individuals).  

The TWGs use the OEM requirements detailed in the six PEG chapters (as applicable) to prepare each of their roadmap chapters, detailing where their respective technology stands today — and is expected to progress over the next 10 years — with respect to the stated needs. 

2013 iNEMI Roadmap Technology Working Groups (TWGs)

1. Board Assembly

12. Modeling, Simulation & Design Tools
2. Electronic Connectors 13. Optoelectronics
3. Energy Storage & Conversion
    Systems
14. Packaging & Component
      Substrates
4. Environmentally Sustainable 
    Electronics
15. Passive Components
5. Final Assembly 16. Photovoltaics
6. Information Management Systems 17. Semiconductor Technology
7. Interconnect PCB - Organic 18. Solid State Illumination
8. Interconnect Substrates - Ceramic 19. Test, Inspection & Measurement
9. Large-Area Flexible Electronics 20. Thermal Management
10. Mass Data Storage  
11. MEMS/Sensors  

The iNEMI Roadmap has become recognized as an important tool for defining the “state of the art” in the electronics industry as well as identifying emerging and disruptive technologies.  It also includes keys to developing future iNEMI projects and setting industry R&D priorities over the next 10 years.

Purchasing Options

The iNEMI Roadmap is free to members. The roadmap is sent to first and alternate representatives, and is also available online. Members click here to access chapters online (requires member log-in).

Non-members can purchase the roadmap using one of the three options described below.

Full roadmap on USB drive

The entire roadmap is available on CD for 3,000 USD (3,100 USD outside of North America). Universities, research institutions, government agencies and non-profit organizations can purchase the CD at a discounted rate of $500. The complete roadmap features a 73-page executive summary, six chapters that cover product sectors, 20 chapters that cover technology/infrastructure areas, plus related appendices. All together, the document totals more than 1900 pages.  Purchase now

Single chapter(s)

If you are interested in only one or two product sectors or technology areas, you can download an individual chapter plus the complete Executive Summary for $500 per chapter. The discounted rate for universities, research institutions, government agencies and non-profit organizations
is $100 per chapter. Purchase now 

Intranet licensing

We also offer a licensing agreement that allows you to share the roadmap internally with all of your organization's employees via your intranet or other file sharing system. Pricing is based on corporate sales.  Download pricing and licensing agreement.

 


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