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Thanks to the astronomical amount of data collected over the last few years, AI (artificial intelligence) systems have been able to learn rapidly and become what they are today. It is easy to see AI’s daily impact on consumers; from phones and personal assistants to driver-assistance systems. It’s nearly everywhere, but what consumers often don’t see, is that AI may also be the backbone of the manufacturing process of these technologies. Let’s see how.
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Artificial Intelligence is now revolutionizing the medical field. AI can be used in many ways and diagnose some serious illnesses is one of them. This recent technology is improving the reliability of a process whose accuracy can be a life or death matter.Read the article
Watch the latest interview of Mathieu Kury during Apex 2019, talking about Asteelflash America’s growth strategy.Read the article
Watch the latest interview of Albert Yanez during Apex 2019, talking about Asteelflash growth and strategy.Read the article
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Today’s vehicles are greener, smarter, and require a much higher number of electronic components than ever before. Considering the increasing demand for customization, automakers have to design more flexible assembly lines in order to satisfy consumers’ changing needs. Electronic contract manufacturing companies (ECMs) play a key role in delivering massive volumes of electronic assemblies, helping automakers to achieve these challenges.Read the article
Nowadays, lean manufacturing which also involves lean management can help the industry in the production sector, but also in terms of human resources. It can be implemented in offices to optimize any process. The goal is simple: to bring value without creating waste. The father of lean manufacturing is Henry Ford due to his creation, the Model T car. He didn’t focus on organizational structure. He just wanted to create the best possible product without wasting anything. He didn’t even want people to work harder… just smarter!Read the article
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Today, as the expertise in technology evolves, scientific areas such as 3D-printing, drone transportation and smart home devices are growing at a phenomenal pace. Those areas are goldmines for electronic manufacturing services (or EMS). EMS will also surely be involved in developing future green technology and energy management strategies.Read the article
SAVE THE DATE – 11/8/2018 – The Manufacturing Connect lunch & learn aims at bringing thought leaders and experts together to discuss hot topics and industry changes affecting the manufacturing/hardware environment.Read the article
Green technologies are on the rise! This growing field encompasses energy production, construction, nanotechnology, all done within the frame of sustainability, durability, source reduction and innovation. Today, green technologies are making their mark as a cornerstone of Smart Cities, which use IT systems to increase their operational efficiency, and are thus better equipped to integrate technologies that measure and regulate their energy, pollution and emissions.Read the article
EMS, or Electronic Manufacturing Services, is a term used for companies that deliver manufacturing services, from design of electronic components to printed circuit board assembly (PCBA), mass production and lifecycle management. While the public knows little of these companies, they are key players of our increasingly connected world. As our homes are getting smarter, the demand for EMS and PCBA has increased exponentially.Read the article
In our fast-paced, profoundly connected world, the Internet of Things has become a key player in our day to day lives. First, it was smartphones and smartwatches and now, our entire homes can be connected to improve our quality of living. Electronic Manufacturing Services can play a major role in this revolution. Therefore, EMS providers must be at the forefront of today’s innovations.Read the article
On May 29, 2018, President Trump announced that the US Trade Representative (USTR) shall publish – by June 15th 2018 – the imposition of an additional duty of 25% on approximately $34 billion worth of Chinese imports containing industrially significant technologies, including those related to the “Made in China 2025” industrial policy…. Read more >>Read the article
The electric vehicle market is growing more and more, a trend that will keep spreading in the next few years.
In response to the acceleration of this growth, and in order to make EVs accessible to consumers, automotive manufacturers and automotive part suppliers have established in-house manufacturing capabilities but also invested in strategic partnerships with -electronic manufacturing services (EMS) companies.
Why and how would an EV (Electric Vehicle) benefit from working closely with an Electronic Manufacturing Services (EMS) company?Read the article
The electronic components market has been increasingly volatile over the past few months and the trend does not show any improvement before 2021, at the earliest… A particular commodity seems to be more affected than others: MLCCs. Read more >>Read the article
In response to strong demand from North American customers, Asteelflash has announced investments in additional capacity at its Tijuana, Mexico location. As such, 2 additional SMT lines (Surface Mount Technology) will be added to its existing equipment portfolio, doubling its capacity for PCBA (Printed Circuit Board Assembly).Read the article
With 18 locations across the globe, it’s not easy to pick a team to root for. When it’s World Cup season, our employees support their team with lots of passion!Read the article
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