DfR Solutions (College Park, MD) has launched Sherlock automated design analysis software for analyzing, grading, and certifying the expected reliability of products at the circuit card assembly level. The software's intuitive commands and ease of use enable usage among a broad range of engineers and managers, where rapid results provide almost immediate feedback on product designs and their performance in the hands of the customer.
The software tool enables electronics manufacturers to design-in product reliability earlier in the product development process contributing to quicker time to market, reduced development costs, improved customer satisfaction, and higher profits. By incorporating elements of Physics-of-Failure, this tool allows organizations to keep up with the latest industry and government specifications and requirements.
This week's Question: This fall, Starship Technologies, an Estonia-based startup created by two Skype co-founders, will begin testing its autonomous delivery robot in Washington, D.C. Washington is the first U.S. municipality to approve...
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