Which Tech Will Define the Roaring ’20s?

January 21, 2020, 3:51 pm Peter Bigelow

The technologies that succeed will likely be variations on our current ones.

A new year is always exciting. Thoughts of embarking on new initiatives provide opportunity and inspire everyone to dream big and make them happen. When the new year happens to coincide with a new decade – in this case, the ’20s, or as some of my business colleagues are calling it, “the roaring ’20s” – one can’t help but dream extra big and forecast events that should or could impact our industry in the decade ahead.

New Year, Same Problems

December 20, 2019, 10:00 pm Peter Bigelow

Changes in materials and components mean yesterday’s issues are also today’s.

Industry is much like the classic Bill Murray movie Groundhog Day: We work on a technical challenge, solve it, and wake up the next day and solve it again.

Peter Bigelow Elected SMTA Massachusetts (Boston) Chapter President

December 12, 2019, 9:01 pm Peter Bigelow

Haverhill, MA, December 5, 2019. IMI, Inc. announced today that company President Peter Bigelow was elected President of the Boston Chapter of the SMTA (Surface Mount Technology Association). Bigelow has been Chapter Vice President for the fast five years. The Boston Chapter includes active members involved in the design and manufacture of advanced circuit assemblies and related products. Monthly technical meetings as well as an annual regional Exhibition are planned and facilitated by the Boston Chapter.

Speed Freeze: The Trials of Young Engineers

November 21, 2019, 3:40 pm Peter Bigelow

As veteran engineers know, sometimes less is more, and a lot faster.

Our industry is noted for spectacular new technology that eclipses everything around it at breathtaking speed. As exciting and noteworthy as those technologies may seem, however, success more often moves in ways and at speeds akin to the proverbial turtle. Patience pays.

A Wave at the Future

November 15, 2019, 3:12 pm Peter Bigelow

From additive manufacturing to autonomous vehicles, figuring out the next big thing is no small chore.

With the last quarter underway and all eyes beginning to contemplate what and how to do better in the year to come, one of my focuses is trying to identify which technology will be the next big thing – one that will either transform or disrupt doing business as I know it.

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