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SEMI Oregon Breakfast Forum: Wearable Electronics – Challenges and Opportunities

Attention – Electronics and semiconductor professionals in the Pacific Northwest! SEMI is having another half-day breakfast forum. Wearable devices have challenging requirements for power consumption, compactness, lightweight, low cost, high flexibility, ease-of-use, durability, and conformability. This technical forum will address and highlight recent advances, key challenges, current solutions, and future opportunities for wearable and flexible electronics. Presented by the SEMI ... Read More »

Threading Together the Twins in a Contextually Relevant Digital World

The emergence and usefulness of digital continuity, twins and threads, is a direct result of the ongoing process of digitizing the physical world. Digitization of the Manufacturing World Digitization is the conversion of the physical world to a digital equivalent. It represents the convergence of the real and the virtual worlds. This conversion has been accelerated with the emergence of ... Read More »

ChipDNA: Protecting the Digital World at the Hardware Level

Upcoming Cybersecurity Webinar from IEEE GlobalSpec ChipDNA: Protecting the Digital World at the Hardware Level The benefits of IoT outweigh the potential for harm, and one risk usually not considered is that premature or overreaching measures for security or privacy will stifle economic growth and innovation. IoT chip and embedded security technologies are vulnerable to cyberattacks. This webinar will host ... Read More »