Start Date: 7/14/2022 10:00 AM EDT
End Date: 7/14/2022 11:00 AM EDT
Thursday, July 14, 2022
10:00-11:00 a.m. EDT (Americas)
4:00-5:00 p.m. CEST (Europe)
10:00-11:00 p.m. CST (China)
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The COVID pandemic has caused supply chain disruptions and component shortages. Added to the already existing demand for electronic components, these shortages are dramatically increasing supply chain pressure, causing the open market to offer low-quality components, leading to:
- Challenges in meeting production key performance indicators (KPIs)
- Significant shortages in the components supply chain
- Unintentional assembly of low-quality and counterfeit components
- Unreliable traceability information
This situation is increasing the risk of counterfeit, out-of-date, mixed lots, badly handled, recycled and defective components from the typical 0.5–1.5% when purchasing from trusted sources, to 5–10% when purchasing in the free market. While this risk is conventionally mitigated by performing sample lab tests on components purchased in the free market according to SAE AS6081, sampling only a small fraction of the components carries many risks. Lab testing does not address out-of-date, mixed lots, badly handled, tampered, or defective components which may be randomly scattered within a package.
, based in Tel Aviv, has created an innovative software solution that integrates artificial intelligence (AI) and big data technology to provide a visual verification solution that analyzes and inspects 100% of components to guarantee quality, authenticity and traceability.
In this webinar, Eyal Weiss will talk about Cybord’s patented deep visual inspection technology and how it helps improve electronic product reliability and material sourcing with inline AI component inspection software.
About the Speaker
Dr. Eyal Weiss
Cybord Founder & CTO
Eyal is an expert in technology development with more than 20 years of experience in successful multidisciplinary research and development management. Prior to founding Cybord, he was the R&D department manager for the Soreq Nuclear Research Center where he managed large projects involving over 28 experts. Eyal is a specialist in entrepreneurship, from concept to product, and has won two Israel Security prizes. He has a Ph.D. in Electronic Engineering, M.Sc. in Plasma Physics, and a bachelors in Mechanical Engineering.