INPROVOL project concludes with a dissemination initiative from Flanders

The INPROVOL project concerning the reliability of electronics concluded recently. You can now familiarise yourself with the software tools, guidelines and methodology that arose within the scope of the project thanks to a dissemination initiative issued by the project partners.  

The INPROVOL project (INtelligente PROducten met VOorspelbare Levensduur [intelligent products with a predictable lifespan]) has finally come to an end after four years: the software tools and guidelines have been created, a methodology has been developed that will allow electronics designers to make their products more predictable.  

The results achieved during the project were presented step-by-step during the various work and user group meetings. You can consult the results on the cEDM website (in the form of webinars, guidelines, tools and calculators), in addition, the project partners also offer you the opportunity to arrange a half-day training session on site at your company. This means that specific tools and guidelines more relevant to your operations can be explained in greater detail.  

Would you like to arrange a training session at your company’s premises? Simply contact us now!

The concluding INPROVOL event is taking place on 10 January: Towards an improved lifetime prediction of electronic systems. The most significant results arising from the four years of research and development will be presented during the event. Click here for further information.

 

Inprovol is a collaboration between imec, KU Leuven and Sirris, and supported by the Flemish Authorities.