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Is Your PCB Engineering Team Collaborating Efficiently?



Specialists and engineers need to work together to get PCB design projects completed on schedule. But how efficiently is your team collaborating? How much time are your engineers spending on administrative tasks, review meetings, and unnecessary overhead?

If the answer is, “too much!” it’s time to evaluate Xpedition Enterprise. It lets you focus on the creative work and the design challenge by eliminating inefficient process steps and automating PCB documentation and data management. This starts at the beginning of the engineering process, with Xpedition Enterprise driving an integrated flow.

A truly collaborative environment allows engineers to create and implement complex circuit board design while working in parallel, reducing design time from weeks to days. In this webinar, learn how you can maximize your time and be more innovative, productive, and efficient while completing your PCB engineering tasks in less time.

What You Will Learn

  • Effective concurrent PCB design across engineering teams
  • Efficient automation and integration of manual and post-processing steps
  • Integration of schematic, FPGA design and constraint management

About the Presenter

Presenter Image Gary Lameris

Gary Lameris, a long-time PADS customer and industry advocate for DxDesigner, joined Mentor in 2008. Gary has been extremely active in the PADS user community, serving on the DxDesigner and PADS Customer Advisory Boards and creating and managing the DxDesigner Yahoo forum.

Gary also has served on the board of a variety of associations, including chairing the Associate Membership Committee for the National Conference on Weights and Measures, serving on the weighing subcommittee of the National Type Evaluation Technical Committees (NTETC), and acting as industry advisor to the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). His experience includes 22 years as a Senior Design Engineer at Hobart Corporation and Program Manager at Simclar Inc., a contract assembler of printed circuit boards. Gary has a BSEE from Michigan Technological University.

Who Should View

  • Engineering managers
  • Project leaders
  • Electrical engineers

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