PCB Data Management Fundamentals:

What Your Data Should Be Doing For You

Clear communication and smooth collaboration becomes even more important as we experience unprecedented times during Covid-19. As most of us are working from home, small challenges become much larger issues, from tracking updates and statuses across multiple projects to data integrity difficulties. Therefore, it is important to learn how to create an environment that encourages design reuse, promotes best practices, reduces development time, and keeps stakeholders on the same page.

In this webinar you will learn:

  • Types of CAD data to manage
  • PCB data structure
  • Importance of 'invisible' data management
  • Common issues and how to prevent them with a data management infrastructure
PCB Data Management Fundamentals
April 30th 2:00 - 3:00pm EDT

About your Presenter's

Matthew Harms

Applications Engineer

Matthew Harms is an Electrical Engineer from Canada and has been with EMA as an Application Engineer since 2003 and as the Application Engineer Team Leader since 2018. At EMA, he specializes in design side issues pertaining to part management, circuit simulation, signal integrity and power integrity but is conversant in all facets of ECAD design.

Jeff Kuester

Field Applications Engineer

Jeff is a Field Applications Engineer with over 40 years of experience in the Printed Circuit Board field. His focus is on OrCAD, Allegro, CIS/CIP, and CADSync.

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