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EMA launches ‘Can you spot the difference?’ contest

Stephen Law   

Electronics Engineering Software Engineering competition

Electrical engineers can enter to win a Raspberry Pi 3 and 16GB, 10class, with NOOBS

EMA Design Automation, a full-service provider of electronic design automation (EDA) solutions, has launched a ‘Can You Spot the Difference’ Contest for electrical engineers. The contest highlights the design compare function added in the new OrCAD 17.2 2016 release which helps users quickly identify what changes are made between printed circuit board design revisions.

EMA Contest

“We are excited about the release of the new capabilities for OrCAD. This new graphical compare function is a powerful tool addressing the specialized needs of our users,” says Manny Marcano, president of EMA Design Automation. “Engineers can quickly and easily identify both graphical and electrical differences between two schematics on a page-by-page basis.”

The contest began on May 24th and will continue until June 7, 2016 at 12am EST.


In order to enter the contest, participants must find and identify 10 differences between two schematics in a PDF and either email emamarketing@ema-eda.com or tweet @EMA_EDA a picture or scan of their findings. There are other opportunities for participants to earn additional entries as well. One lucky winner will receive a Raspberry Pi 3 and 16GB, 10class, with NOOBS.




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