It is only a matter of years before flexible health care technology saturates modern medicine. As paper record keeping gives way to electronic information management systems built on a network of connected assets, patients stand to gain truly "round-the-clock" care from their medical providers in the form of wearable sensors made from rigid-flex and flexible printed circuit boards.
A recent discovery in Tanzania could provide a sharp boost in production for the medical sector of PCBA manufacturing.
Once a printed circuit board is fabricated, work has really only just begun. Manufacturers must mount components onto the PCB in a way that meets the requirements of the product and follows best practices as they range from one industry application to the next. After all, a PCB is only a foundational component of a big-picture product.
The growth of electronics industries continues to take place across global markets, and printed circuit boards play a central role in their expansion. From medical devices to military equipment and a huge range of consumer applications, PCBs can be found everywhere. Let's take a closer look at PCB markets and highlight a few of the factors driving this segment forward.
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