What makes up the Roadmap?
What do the Roadmaps do?
The iNEMI Roadmap is developed biennially by volunteers from the electronics manufacturing industry. iNEMI membership is not required to participate in roadmap development. In fact, the more diversified the representatives working on the roadmap, the broader the reach and the more valuable to the industry.
There are two kinds of working groups in which you can get involved: Product Emulator Groups (PEGs) and Technology Working Groups (TWGs). The PEGs cover product sector "key attribute" needs. The TWGs forecast evolutionary and revolutionary changes for technology and business/infrastructure areas, and also identify any potential gaps between the product sector needs and technology capabilities.
To find out more about working with iNEMI on developing the next Roadmap, join us at our next event or inquire today.
The Roadmaps have Product Emulator Group (PEG) chapters that anticipate the product needs of the future, and Technology Working Group (TWG) chapters that identify key technology developments anticipated and required within the electronics manufacturing supply chain to meet product needs over a 10-year horizon.
The 2017 iNEMI Roadmap featured seven chapters that anticipate the product needs of the future.
Click on PEG names below for 2017 chapter descriptions and/or to purchase the chapter.
Click here for information about the 2019 Roadmap and a list of PEGs for the next roadmap (currently in development).
The remaining 21 chapters of the 2017 Roadmap identify technology and infrastructure trends.
Click on TWG names below for chapter descriptions and/or to purchase a chapter.
Click here for information about the 2019 Roadmap and a list of TWGs for the next roadmap (currently in development).