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Electronic Design’s Test & Measurement Week

Jan. 22, 2024
Testing is one of the most important facets of the electronic design process. It’s time to start taking it more seriously.

Love it or hate it, testing can make the difference between the success or failure of any electronic design.

While errors are inevitable in any new product design, finding and fixing them is not getting any easier given the rising complexity of virtually every electronic system, from airplanes and cars to the robotics and sensors on factory floors used to produce them. In that context, test and measurement companies feel strongly that engineers must do things differently from now on.

Instead of leaving it to the end of the development cycle, testing is necessary at every step of the process. The goal is not only to make sure a system or device will work out in the field long term, but also to dial in its overall performance.

It’s no surprise that test and measurement companies are rolling out new software and hardware tools to help keep up with the rapid pace of innovation in electronics. It’s even less surprising that engineers are looking for deeper insights on how to navigate the technological shifts taking place in their designs. They also want guidance on how to fully leverage the massive amounts of data that stems from testing.

To give you a leg up, we’re taking a deep dive into the present and future of test and measurement. Check out Electronic Design starting March 4th for a full week of feature articles and other content from around the industry about this crucial topic.

For more information on what to expect from the event and how to get involved, click here.

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