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Redefining product quality standards with component level traceability in electronic manufacturing Industry 4.0 | Quality assurance | Zero-defects

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Traceability compliance requirements are an absolute need of the hour for electronic manufacturing companies today. The need is fuelled by OEMs from across industries who have primal concerns about protecting their brand image and tackling warranty and recall related liabilities better.

The complexities involved in electronic manufacturing are fed by factors such as short product lifecycles, miniaturization, and environment safety directives like RoHS and WEEE. Quality assurance powered 100% component traceability therefore becomes an intrinsic need for them.

The session will focus on an interactive discussion on component level traceability covering key areas including:

·         Traceability in SMT (surface mount technology) lines and PCB assembly processes in the era of Industry 4.0

·         Paving the path for zero-defect manufacturing and increased production control by bringing automation in manufacturing workflows and rules

·         Managing internal reworks during production and product recalls

·         Offering superior customer experience and thereby winning more businesses by complying to traceability requirements 

We will also be introducing you to mobivue  manufacturing operations management, BCI’s state-of-the-art solution supporting traceability requirements for electronic manufacturers.


Guest speaker

R P Shukla
General Manager (Operations)
SGS Tekniks


Kuldeep Saini
AGM – Presales & Projects


Biplab Banik
Head - Sales (South India & Sri Lanka)
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