I was recently out at DesignCon and did a couple of interviews with Andy Shaughnessy from PCB007. As we were discussing our CR-8000 solution in our first interview, the topic of network configurations and support for the cloud came up and I shared some of my thoughts with him.
I’m back once more to share with you my final blog post on DAMA – Design Anywhere, Manufacture Anywhere – and its impact on Electronics design. This time I want to talk to you more about the realities of implementing this approach starting with the initial audit process and understanding the real payback. Creating a [...]
This week in my series of posts looking at the topic of DAMA I’m going to focus on enterprise information structures, then challenges at the engineering and manufacturing level. Don’t forget to read up on part 1 and part 2…
After introducing the concept of Design Anywhere, Manufacture Anywhere, (DAMA) within the context of PLM last week, today I want to focus on other factors such as mergers and acquisitions, information sharing and component obsolescence.
DAMA, Design Anywhere Manufacture Anyway is one of those buzz words/phrases that can mean so much – but really what’s behind this grand name? And more to the point what implications does it have on the electrical design process?