Webinar

Preventing Supply Chain Issues Upfront with Digi-Key and OrCAD

Component availability and lead time issues have always been a challenge and have only become more pronounced with the current global shortages. If you aren’t considering the supply chain early in the design process you are opening yourself up to late-stage delays and possible re-designs. Designers need to be able to ensure the parts they choose are available early and easily in order to keep projects on-time and on-budget.

 Join EMA and the supply chain experts at Digi-Key to discuss what to look for when selecting parts and how to embed supply chain intelligence directly into your PCB design flow. 

What you will learn:

  • How to check your existing design for part availability and lead time issues in real-time
  • How to quickly replace unavailable parts in your design
  • How to easily include supply chain criteria in your part selection process
  • How to build a supply chain ready BOM easily with Digi-Key
  • How to do this all without leaving your PCB CAD environment
Preventing Supply Chain Issues Upfront with Digi-Key and OrCAD
October 14th, 2021
2:00 PM ET

About your Presenter

Travis Foss

Travis Foss has worked at Digi-Key Electronics since 2011.  Over the past 10 years, he has held various positions throughout the company including 6 years of those years being technical focused in the Information Management, Electronics Technician, and Product Manager roles .   As a Product Manager in the Semiconductor group, his focus is Maker, STEM, and Electronics themed Software products. 

His passion for the Maker, STEM, and Software products developed during his college Career in the Electronics Technology and Automated Systems program at Northland Community and Technical College.  During his time in this program, He participated in VEX robotics and qualified and competed in the World Championships in Louisville, Kentucky both years he competed.

Outside of work, Travis is an avid fisherman.  He spends his free time designing and testing new baits thanks to his 3d printer.  He also been building his own custom fishing rods.


Roger Chin

Roger Chin is an Electrical Engineer based out of Superior, Colorado and has been with EMA since 2013. Roger is a Field Applications Engineer focusing on component library management, design data management, SPICE simulation for circuits, and power integrity. 


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