The International Symposium of Quality Electronic Design took place March 22nd to 24th at the DoubleTree Hotel in San Jose. This was the 11th annual edition – one of the highlights of the event being the after-dinner panel moderated on Tuesday, March 23, by long-time EDA editor and observer, Tets Maniwa.
Maniwa’s panel topic was in line with the theme of the conference: Quality.
In particular, Maniwa lead his panel participants on a 90-minute journey exploring the differences in quality requirements between standard, garden-variety consumer electronics versus mission-critical systems designed for healthcare, aviation, or one-off sci-fi gadgets such as the Mars Rover.
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