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Recorded August 11, 2021
The following points will be discuss during the presentation:
- General industry update
- Existing standards
- Benefits of standards
- Challenges of standards / how is the industry addressing it?
- Proprietary info
- How to get people from learning to sharing intel
- Committee member / why this work is happening
- Reliability standards
- What resources exist in this space? AATCC, ASTM, ISO, IEC, IPC, IEEE, INDA, etc
About the Speaker
Chris Jorgensen is Director Technology Transfer with IPCAssociation Connecting Electronics Industries, a worldwide trade association for the electronics interconnect industry. As a member of IPCs technical department, Chriss primary responsibility is staff liaison to standards development committees. These committees include the IPC D-70 E-Textiles Committee, IPC D-70-INT-EU E-Textiles Committee in Europe, IPC D-60 Printed Electronics Committee and working groups developing standards as part of IPCs Factory of the Future initiative.Chris has more than 20 years of experience in standards development, nonprofit management and marketing. He received his degree in communications from Columbia College in Chicago.
About the Moderator
Diana Wyman is Executive Vice President of AATCC, a professional association and standards development organization for the global textile industry. Diana has been involved in all aspects of textile testing—from managing a contract lab to developing specifications for a retail brand. She has participated in the standards development process as both staff and volunteer for AATCC as well as textile-related committees of ASTM, IEC, IPC, and ISO. Diana holds degrees in Fashion Merchandising, Textiles, and Business Administration.