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Formula 1 system architecting – Part 1: Good design reflects the organization

‘System architecting under extreme circumstances’ is how you could describe Guido de Boer’s job at Mapper over the past fourteen years. In a series of interviews in the run-up to his keynote at the Dutch System Architecting Conference on 20 June, he shares with Bits&Chips his unconventional view on developing systems.

Headlines

Major setbacks in China’s efforts to boost chip industry
TUE turns up the heat on e-waste
FME and TNO bring together Dutch electrolyzer companies
Agfa inks deal for Clariant’s printed-electronics materials
Samsung takes on TSMC in race to 3nm chips
Horizon Europe budget gets 4 billion boost
Imec launches “advanced RF” initiative for 6G devices

The impact of AI on testing

Derk-Jan de Grood and Rik Marselis wanted to take a deep dive in artificial intelligence and organized a whiteboard session to discuss the impact of AI on testing.

In other news

Nokia late in 5G, says CEO (Electronics Weekly)
Dutch ATMs showing Amber alerts (ZDNet)
‘Microbe-grown’ headphones: the future of sustainable electronics? (Techcrunch)

The dynamics of high tech project management

Within Alten, Bernard Venemans is responsible for the project management at the internal project delivery center. In addition, he works as a consultant/project manager for a client. A typical week reveals the diversity of projects and activities.