PCB007 Magazine


Issue link: https://iconnect007.uberflip.com/i/582861

Contents of this Issue


Page 102 of 105

October 2015 • The PCB Magazine 103 5 Georgia Tech Joins Manufacturing Innovation Institute for Flexible Hybrid Electronics The georgia institute of Technology has become a founding member of the new Flexible hybrid Elec- tronics manufacturing innovation institute (FhE- mii) established by the u.S. Department of Defense. 6 IPC Releases White Paper on Conflict Minerals Due Diligence The Dodd-Frank act continues to be burdensome for companies required to report on the usage of conflict minerals. in order to address industry con- cerns, iPc–association connecting Electronics in- dustries has released iPc-1081, conflict minerals Due Diligence White Paper (iPc WP-1081), a docu- ment designed to help with some reporting woes. 7 Conflict Minerals Study: Only 25% of Filers Fully Met Dodd-Frank Section 1502 Requirements in 2014 a recent, independent evaluation of the public com- pany "conflict mineral" filings submitted to the SEc for reporting year 2014 under Dodd-Frank Section 1502 found that of the 1,262 companies evaluated, 312 scored a perfect 100% and 245 scored below 75% in meeting the requirements of the SEc rule. 8 Lone Star Circuits Adds Lance Riley as vP of Sales lone Star circuits, a high-reliability technology driv- en printed circuit board manufacturer, is pleased to announce that lance riley has joined the company as Vice President of Sales. 9 Integrating with Gardien Group's Roland valentini gardien group is one of those companies that are always looking out for their customers. The com- pany is, without a doubt, the last word when it comes to bare board quality assurance, focused on helping customers deliver the most electrically sound boards in the business. gardien's technolo- gists are experts at testing and other quality assur- ance disciplines. J IPC Lauds Launch of Flexible Hybrid Electronics Institute on behalf of iPc—association connecting Elec- tronics industries® and an estimated 800,000 peo- ple employed in our 2,200 u.S. member facilities, we applaud the launch of the new public-private institute on flexible hybrid electronics in mountain View, ca. This new facility, which will contribute to america's global competitiveness in manufac- turing, is part of the new national network for manufacturing innovation (nnmi), which iPc has strongly supported. For the latest PCB news and information, visit: PCB007.com October 2015 • The PCB Magazine 103

Articles in this issue

Links on this page

Archives of this issue

view archives of PCB007 Magazine - PCB-Oct2015