2013 iNEMI Roadmap Rollout Webinar--Europe & North America

April 4, 2013

11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. EDT (United States)

4:00 - 5:30 p.m. BST (London)

Registration is required for this free webinar.  Click here to register.

Meeting Background

iNEMI is sponsoring and hosting a free webinar (utilizing WebEx access) to introduce the 2013 Roadmap to the European and North American Electronics Industry. This latest bi-yearly roadmap utilizes prominent OEMs to forecast their business and technical needs in six different product sectors. The twenty technology working groups also forecast the evolution of their respective technologies, compare that forecast to the needs of the OEMs and identify any gaps that might exist over the ten year horizon covered by the roadmap. The webinar will:

  • Feature highlights from chapters of expected interest
  • Review key technology drivers from three product sectors
  • Discuss key highlights from selected technology chapters
  • Answer questions associated with the chapter presentations
  • Introduce iNEMI and the roadmap availability

Meeting Objectives

  • Introduce the latest iNEMI Roadmap and identify key issues and needs
  • Collect feedback during the Q & A session for on-going gap analysis purposes
  • Recruit participation in the next roadmap development cycle
  • Recruit participation in the TIG Technical Plan development cycle – starting now

Who Should Attend

European and North American middle management and senior technical leaders whose responsibilities include:

  • Advanced technology development
  • Process development for manufacturing/test
  • Product strategy and development
  • Reliability
  • Logistics/Supply Chain Managers
  • Senior Component Engineers
  • Environmental Issues

Benefits of Participation

The intent of this meeting is to make attendees aware of the latest iNEMI Roadmap and how it may benefit their organizations in planning activities. Your participation will allow you to hear and discuss the highlights from several chapters chosen for maximum interest from the 26 total chapters. You will also be advised of the availability options of the roadmap for your organizations use. Questions collected during the webinar that are not answered during the allotted time will be answered following the webinar by the applicable speaker or author.

Webinar Agenda

Thursday, April 4, 2013 (11:00 a.m. — 12:30 p.m. EDT)

iNEMI Welcome/Overview (10 minutes)
     Bill Bader, Grace O’Malley, iNEMI

Product sector overviews of Medical, Auto and Portable  (15 minutes)
     Chuck Richardson, iNEMI

Packaging & Component Substrates (15 minutes)
     Grace O’Malley

Board Assembly  (10 minutes)
     Chuck Richardson

Test, Inspection & Measurement  (10 minutes)
     Bill Bader

Environmentally Sustainable Electronics  (15 minutes)
     Jackie Adams, IBM

Q & A, Discussion (10 minutes)
     Grace O’Malley, All

Summary (5 minutes)
     Bill Bader

Webinar Access

Topic: 2013 iNEMI Roadmap Overview
Host: Chuck Richardson (iNEMI)
Date: Thursday, April 4, 2013
Time: 10:00 am, Central Daylight Time (Chicago, GMT-05:00)
Session number: 732 225 130
Registration password: This session does not require a registration password.

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Note: If you have already registered for this session, you do not need to register again.

Further information or assistance

Chuck Richardson
+1 256-880-0922



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