Digital twins allow companies to conduct virtual “what if” experiments of their production environments without causing disruption
While the Act focuses on restoring America’s prowess in chip manufacturing, implications for the supply chain are less evident.
Odesa is the headquarters of Cryoin Engineering Ltd. and Iceblick, two of three Ukrainian companies that supply the world with 70 percent of the noble gas neon.
One of the global economy’s most significant challenges in the coming years is the transition from a carbon-based oil and gas economy to a renewable energy future
How will automotive OEMs will move from an arm’s length relationship to long-term agreements?
From raw materials to finished goods, the Covid pandemic has wreaked havoc on global electronics supply chains.
Electronics companies have had to adapt to a series of unprecedented supply chain disruptions during the past two years.
This time two years ago, electronics industry forecasters were projecting 2020 would be a banner year for the electronics industry after the roller-coaster ride of strong growth in 2018 and a slump in 2019. A case in point was the 5.9 percent semiconductor growth rate for 2020 by the World Semiconductor Trade Statistics (WSTS) based…
Editor’s note: Earlier this year the Special Projects team at AspenCore Media began compiling articles for a comprehensive report on the electronics supply chain. Although that project was delayed — this is the supply chain, after all — the content provides an in-depth snapshot of the year that was. This is part of our Special…
On January 6, 2021, the day the U.S. Capitol was stormed, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced it would introduce the Substance Control Act (TSCA) on March 8, banning five persistent, bioaccumulative and toxic (PBT) substances. One of those substances, phenol isopropylated phosphate (3:1), or PIP 3:1, is of particular concern to the electronics…