Entries by guro.krossen@elmatica.com

Drone technology – what to think about when designing PCB for drones

Drone technology and popularity have literally reached the sky the last years. Their complexity and level of advanced technology have increased, their field of usage has exploded and their availability never been better. At Elmatica we have been solving PCB challenges for this exciting industry for years. This week our Danish Country Manager, Torben Hajslund […]

Why a PCB-standard in the universe for Medical Device Applications is a hard nut to crack!

Medical Device Applications, the ones that you for sure will be certain are made by the book and after correct standards, when you first need them. Applications that scale in variety when it comes to size and technology. Advanced, large x-ray machines, robotic arms, and microscopic hearing devices or sensors. Applications for both the exterior […]

Digital Specifications for Automated Manufacturing – find the missing link!

Automation and connected “smart” factory is the new manufacturing trend. Industry 4.0 and IoT is on its way into PCB manufacturing! However, if we continue down the same path with specifications and requirements written on electronic papers, and unintelligent production files, human interpretations are still crucial to avoid mistakes. CircuitData might solve this because having […]

Elmatica – working our way to full digitalization

At Elmatica we prioritize IT. Improving our systems to simplify the internal and external flow when procuring a PCB, is always on top of the agenda. We cheer on digitalization. This week several departments met for a three-day workshop, to discuss, test, and make sure all the information for the new system is aligned. The goal: a system […]