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Automotive Electronics Council (AEC) Automotive Electronics Reliability Workshop

AEC supports the development of uniform automotive industry specifications and requirements to improve automotive product quality and reliability, while also reducing costs and time to market. The annual AEC Automotive Electronics Reliability Workshop aims to improve communications between automotive electronic component users and their supplier base. The workshop provides attendees with the latest methodologies for improving the quality and reliability of the integrated circuits, discrete semiconductors and passive components designed into automotive applications. In addition, the workshop addresses the current and future status of AEC Technical Committee activities related to a range of topics, including LED qualification, robust validation, MEMS and PC board qualification. KLA-Tencor will deliver two presentations at the 2018 AEC Automotive Electronics Reliability Workshop: “Inline Defect Parts Average Testing (I-PAT™)” and “Latent Reliability Defects in Automotive Chip Packages.” Both presentations are part of the Testing and Qualification Methodology Session on Wednesday, April 25.

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