EMC – the invisible ghost

The development of electronics used to be relatively simple because the existing components were less integrated and complex. In earlier days, people could repair a radio themselves, but today you will not be able to do so without having completed a Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering. The rising complexity can also be seen in the testing of electromagnetic compatibility (EMC). For instance, small changes in the cable routing can be crucial for the question if a device can pass the respective test.

EMS-day 2019

On the occasion of the 17th EMS-day in Würzburg, Jeannine Budelmann gave a speech about quality management in the electronics manufacturing process on 4.7.2019. The expert reported on the results of a research project where AR-glasses were tested that were programmed to support the manual assembly of electronic systems.

If you are interested in the talk and the other topics that the lecturers of the EMS-day work and do research on in their respective companies, you will find more information on the homepage of the conference: www.ems-tag.de.

Research project NEOBIO

Scientists and developers from Budelmann Elektronik collaborate with the University of Applied Siences in Münster and the Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf in the context of a new research project. The aim of the project NEOBIO (co-funded by the Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture) is the significant increase of the efficiency of biogas plants through the fluidic optimization of the mixing process. Thus the energy demand can be lowered while the gas output can be augmented.

Conjoint Innovation

Heterogeneous teams offer the best solutions for a given problem. This is true not only for the heads of huge internet corporations, but also for small and medium-sized companies. Newest research results show that looking at a problem from a maximum number of different perspectives leads towards innovative solutions. Consequently, the most important aspect to consider is the team composition. Read more on this issue in the latest column by Dr. Christoph Budelmann. Don’t hesitate to get in touch with us if you have any questions and suggestions!