How many automobiles do you think will be sold on an overall basis, across the world, in the coming year? Well, you missed the mark if you said anything less than 72.5 million which is the approximate figure projected by a recent Statista study!
While this represents a huge opportunity for an automobile manufacturer, it would also prove to be a daunting challenge with prospective buyers increasingly seeking the most fuel efficient, sleek, high performance car at optimum prices.
Why is focus on component engineering so critical to your success?
As a manufacturer, if you are struggling with high procurement costs? Are at loggerheads trying to manage your inventory while seeking to provide your customers with high quality products at optimum prices? Then it’s high time for you to focus on component engineering as a discipline to help you address these pain points.
With several standards and guidelines governing the design process for an engineer, it becomes crucial for the design engineer to equate the client requirements along with the safety requisites. Here’s an article that would help you understand how a design engineer establishes the trade off without compromising on the security aspect of the design.
We all come across multiple situations in a day where a compelling visual triggers a purchase. Consequently in a competitive market scenario there is an evident need for creating such visuals; all industries including real estate, furniture, and industrial as well as engineering has been gripped by this need and marketers are trying hard to up their product quotient using techniques like visual rendering. Specifically looking into the furniture industry, we realized that visual rendering has become a norm and provides the buyer as well as the marketer tremendous value.
A PCB goes through several processes during manufacturing, starting form a bare PCB issued from the stores, inspection, component assembly, unit testing and system integration. At each step during this process, there is information that needs to be tagged to a particular board. During the process each board is made unique due to ‘blue wires’, firmware versions and codes for programmable logic devices such as CPLD’s and FPGA’s. More recently, testing result data is also being included in this data base. The increased amount of data that has to be recorded on each board and the accuracy of the data is very critical and has become an essential requirement in manufacturing.