Altium Designer, Altium Designer Release 10, Altium
Altium - Learn to eliminate risk and get designs right, first time
News Release from:
11 May 2010
Learn how to eliminate the fear and uncertainty of releasing an electronics design to production at Altium's webinars 'Right First Time: Design Configuration and Release Process Management'. The first English webinar will take place on May 19, 2010 at 2 pm CEST,12 pm GMT (at 10 am CEST in German, at 1pm CEST in French).
To register for one of the webinars, visit www.altium.com/events
In this free online webinar, an Altium expert from Altium Europe will peel the covers off the forthcoming Altium Designer Release 10 and demonstrate how its new Design Configuration and Release Management technologies consign hope to the waste bin of electronics design.
These are new features that expand Altium's existing data management functionality and redefine release validation: they will let electronics designers tailor their design information to each project's production needs.
They also bring together Altium's Configuration Management, Version Control and new life-cycle data, to create a formal release and design audit system that puts an end to all design errors.
The scenario we're addressing is all too familiar to every electronics designer on the planet: the euphoria of a design well done, on time, on budget and to specification, is eclipsed by the anxiety in committing that design to manufacture, said Frank Krämer, Manager Support & Application EMEA at Altium.
It only takes one oversight to bring the entire production process to a stand-still. Altium Designer Release 10 will help electronics designers perform all the necessary checks before release in a completely automated and close-to-foolproof system.
What does this mean? All the guesswork goes and engineers can release their designs to production knowing that they will come back and work first time.
The webinar will last one hour and is recommended for Engineering Managers, PCB Designers, Project Managers, and System Design, Hardware, Production, Prototype and Mechanical Engineers.