JTAG Technologies, the acknowledged market leader in IEEE Std 1149 boundary-scan tools, will be using the National Electronics Week (17th to 19th June, at Earls Court, London) to unveil a number of new product developments, including enhancements to its popular test development tool ProVision. New hardware to simplify JTAG boundary-scan integration into a number of proprietary test systems will also be debuted on JTAG Technologies stand (C21) at NEW.
James Stanbridge, UK Sales Manager of JTAG Technologies, comments: “National Electronics Week will provide a great opportunity for engineers to review our latest products and solutions. Where boundary-scan tools are concerned, it’s imperative to see the tools in action to establish that they can meet your current and future requirements – and to witness first hand their ease-of-use.”
Stanbridge goes on to say that JTAG Technologies anticipates that NEW will appeal to engineers across the design and test/manufacturing divides: which is undoubtedly where JTAG Technologies products are aimed.
“We are keen to greet our many existing UK-based customers,” says Stanbridge, “and, what’s more, we are positive that the expanding markets, both locally and overseas, for boundary-scan will provide us with many fresh opportunities.”
JTAG Technologies stand will be manned by the company’s support engineers who, between them, have decades of test experience.
Stanbridge concludes: “Claire Jeffreys, Event Director, and the NEW team have done a great job in attracting a wide variety of exhibitors which should make the event thoroughly worthwhile for anyone with an interest in designing or building quality electronics.”
About JTAG Technologies
The company, with the corporate headquarters in Eindhoven, The Netherlands and offices in China, Finland, Germany, Sweden, UK, USA and Russian, is the global leader in innovative boundary-scan (IEEE Standard 1149.1) products. The company delivers a broad line of software and hardware tools for test preparation, test execution, test result analysis, and in-system programming applications. Having an installed base of more than 3,500 systems world-wide, JTAG Technologies serves a wide variety of electronics manufacturers in industries such as communications, medical electronics, avionics, defence, and automotive.