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Competence Hub Reliable Electronic Hardware

Reference number
Coordinator RISE IVF AB - Avdelningen för materialapplikationer
Funding from Vinnova SEK 425 000
Project duration August 2015 - December 2020
Status Completed
Venture The strategic innovation programme Electronic Components and Systems:
Call Strategic innovation program Electronic Components and Systems. Competence nodes 2015.

Purpose and goal

The aim of the project was to map and make publicly available the competencies and resources available to Swedish players to ensure the reliability of electronic hardware with a focus on reliability with emphasis on climatic environmental resistance and to guide interested parties to find the best possible partners. This has been done at the various activities and annual Summits arranged by Smartare Elektroniksystem but also at the seminars and workshops arranged by Swerea IVF / RISE IVF and at direct telephone inquiries from various companies.

Expected results and effects

Information about competencies and resources in the area has reached a large number of people at the events organised by Smartare Elektroniksystem but also via direct telephone contacts. This has partly led to that it has been possible to start two research projects in the area, but also to companies being able to find parties who can help them with failure analysis and/or reliability testing.

Planned approach and implementation

Mapping of what resources and competencies are available in the country has been done through direct contact with companies in the area. Dissemination of the results from this has mainly taken place through the activities that Smartare Elektroniksystem has arranged within the tour that has been arranged between different cities in Sweden and through direct telephone contacts with different companies.

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Last updated 20 January 2021

Reference number 2015-01165

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