The Electronic Component Show (ECS), has confirmed its seminar schedule for the 2022 event.

Taking place on Thursday 19th May at the Oxford United Kassam stadium, the event provides the opportunity for industry-leading manufacturers and distributors to network with design engineers and purchasing professionals. Offering an informative dual seminar program, sessions include:

  • Paul Garner, ABB – Collaborative robots offer big value in a small size
  • Debbie Rowland, Charcroft – Avoiding counterfeit components with quality–led distribution
  • Rhett Evans, Anders – Diagnosis of challenges that OEMs face / The tell-tale signs of successful companies who overcome design challenges
  • Ken Greenwood, Rochester Electronics –  Obsolescence: Not the end of the World

The show will be open from 10am-3pm, and all remaining visitors at 2.30pm will have the chance to win a selection of prizes based on a unique number on the reverse of their name badge.

As ECS moves forward with no postponements in sight, it’s clear to see that the events business is starting to recover as we overcome the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic. ECS joins a list of shows such as Embedded World and HANNOVER MESSE, which also plan to move forward in the summer, strengthening the positive trend of events returning to provide a safe yet more familiar environment of face to face networking.

ECS is free to attend, and registration is now open.