The Electronics Product Development Center (EPDC) is now an accredited vendor of the Analog Devices Inc. (ADI). Through the efforts and suppport of the Advanced Science and Technology Institute (DOST-ASTI), the requirements for accreditation were provided to ADI.
A technical meeting between ADI and EPDC took place in EPDC’s Conference room last May 17, 2017. ADI plans to have their PCB prototypes manufactured in EPDC for faster delivery and access. The meeting was held for ADI to discuss their project, for ADI to know more of EPDC’s services and to follow up the status and plans to collaborate with EPDC.
The head of Electronics Product Prototyping, Mr. Ridor Dacasin and other EPDC technical staff discussing the capabilities and limitations of the EPDC services in PCB Prototyping.
EMC Technician, Jhonatan Tapay discussed EPDC’s capabilities and limitations on EMC Testing.
After the meeting and presentations, ADI team toured the facility.
ADI team at the EMC chamber, (from left to right) Mr. Romulo Maggay, Mr. Verner Jayme II, Ms. Hannah Pansacala, Mr. Johann Ignacio, and Mr. Cris Mauhay, Jr.
ADI creates technologies and solutions to solve customers' problems in instrumentation, automation, communications, healthcare, automotive and numerous other industries. To protect the customer’s design privacy and confidentiality, a Non-Disclosure Agreement was signed to prove that EPDC values and respects their customers and its business.
Written by: Krizzie Keith Marie Benzon | RDD, DOST-ASTI | 02 June 2017