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Goepel upgrades AOI system OptiCon TurboLine

Goepel Electronic upgraded its AOI system OptiCon TurboLine, widely used for PCB top and bottom inspection in production for automotive products. An additional integrated camera module for PCB bottom side enables inspection of pin-in-paste (THR) solder joints together with...

Germany to help India in grid integration

India has sought Germany's cooperation to bring grid integration technology to the country. "Our 12th Five Year Plan proposals for the next five years (2012-17) seek a capacity addition of 30 The Joint Declaration of Intent between India and Germany in...

European solar module prices rise for the first time in four years

Reflecting a major shift in the global solar market after four years of severe erosion, prices for photovoltaic (PV) modules in the key European market are rising due to number of factors—including the newly restored balance between supply and...

Panasonic Appoints New India MD

Panasonic has promoted Manish Sharma as managing director of Panasonic India. He will be responsible for the strategic planning, sales and marketing of company’s consumer and enterprise divisions with immediate effect. With this, Manish has also been appointed to...

India expected to install 1,300-1,400 mw solar power in 2013

The company also informed that India has witnessed installation of 980 MW in 2012, which was a bit lower than the expected figure of 1,090 MW. Worldwide, solar power is being embraced in a big way and...

IIT-Kanpur To Develop Flexible Electronics Center?

Scientists at IIT-Kanpur conducted a brainstorming session where Indian industry experts and leading academic and research institutions took part. Flexible electronics are catching pace all over the world. Not only are researchers working on finding new techniques...

Highlights of Union Budget 2013-14

Below are two significant excerpts from the FM’s speech which are highly relevant for the electronics industry: “The National Electronics Policy 2012 is intended to promote manufacture of electronic goods in India. We recognize the pivotal role of semiconductor wafer...

Madhya Pradesh to set up four electronics manufacturing clusters

Madhya Pradesh government has decided to plan for four greenfield clusters under the Electronics Manufacturing Cluster Scheme of the Government of India. Land has also been identified at several places and DPR is being prepared. Details of the four clusters...

Union Budget 2013: Highlights For Electronics, Power And Energy, Telecom Sectors

Here's what P Chidambaram's budget has in store for the electronics, power and energy and telecom sectors. The Pandora box is finally open. India must make tough spending choices, finance minister P Chidambaram said while he unveiled...

Agra next in line to be become ‘Solar City’

The city is part of a list, which includes other 53 regions to be sourcing power from solar energy. The speed at which different regions in the country are looking to adopt solar energy to source power...

MAIT suggests four ways to boost domestic manufacturing in India

They stressed on the need for a long-term and comprehensive policy framework to encourage manufacturing in the country. MAIT, the apex body that represents the interest of IT hardware industry in India , in a memorandum to the...

Bihar govt working on solar projects with pisciculture

Bihar Renewable Energy Development Agency (BREDA) would facilitate the development of the solar PV projects in the state. The state government has revealed plans to develop up to 150MW of solar photovoltaic (PV) based projects coupled with pisciculture...

LED component market grows 9 per cent

LED Component Market expected to grow to $16.4 billion in 2017 with lighting ranking first among all application segments, according to Strategies Unlimited. LED component revenue for lighting applications reached $3.11 billion in 2012, narrowly dethroning the Large Area Display...

PAN-IIT solar thermal project to be set up

The solar project will involve all the IITs from across the country. The first big involvement from country's premier engineering institute, IIT into the solar sector is now in place. Apparently, foundation stone for a PAN-IIT Solar Thermal...

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