Manufacturers hoping to court military and defense decision-makers ought to tailor their products around what the armed forces hopes for the future. After all, the customer's always right - especially when the customer wears fatigues.
To an outsider, printed circuit board assembly in an age of surface mount technology may seem a little like a "paint-by-numbers" trade. However, as electronics continue to shrink in size, PCB manufacturing and assembly face new challenges and must meet a higher standard of expertise to continue servicing the most innovative electronics providers.
The military and defense contractors are now more technologically advanced than ever, and the success of the industry is translating into big paydays in the future for printed circuit board manufacturers.
Athletics have entered the digital age and PCBA is playing a large role in facilitating that transition.
Printed circuit boards may be the driving force at the heart of nearly every product we use today, but it wasn't always like that. They've come a long way and have transformed with technology into the high-powered chip they are today.
If both corporations and consumers believe that their worlds are becoming more high-tech, then public sector entities and military organizations have reached unthinkable levels of technological sophistication. This is obvious for some - technologies such as mobile phones, the Internet of Things and even the Internet were all founded with military applications in mind. In that regard, it's clear that printed circuit boards have been and will continue to be one of the most important components of military technologies. And since that is the case, the performance of PCBs matters more than ever for military organizations.
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.
Strong partnerships are critical for businesses of all types, from the world of SMBs to the upper echelons of the enterprise realm. From IT vendors to sales partners and supply chain relationships, there is a wide range of connections that business leaders must manage.