COVID’s Impact on the Electronics Supply Chain
October 8, 2020 at
Session 3: 1-hour Panel
Moderator: EP&T Editor Steve Law
Microart Services Inc. - Mark Wood, President & CEO.
Electronic Design House:
NeuronicWorks - Titu Botos, CEO
Mouser Electronics – Mark Burr-Lonnon, senior vice-president of EMEA, Asia and global service at Mouser Electronics.
Questions from attendees will be inserted into conversation throughout panel session.
EP&T editor Steve Law moderates a panel of varied members of Canada’s electronics supply chain ecosystem, including a contract manufacturer, distributor and an electronic design house. Together the panel will share its challenges in sourcing components through Covid lockdown and moving forward with anticipation of a potential second wave.
Titu Botos, CEO, NeuronicWorks Inc.
Titu Botos holds a Ph.D. in electronics and mobile robotics and has more than 25 years’ experience in hardware and firmware design, as well as a strong background in engineering research and training, and a keen interest in emerging technologies and their possible practical applications. He co-founded NeuronicWorks in 2009.
Mark Wood, CEO, Microart Services
Mark Wood brings more than 30 years’ experience in the electronic manufacturing world to his current role with one of Canada’s fastest growing companies. Mark joined Microart Services 13 years ago and as the current CEO has led the firm to annual double digit growth. Microart is an ISO9001, ISO13485 & AS9100 registered corporation servicing markets worldwide.
Mark Burr-Lonnon, senior vice-president of EMEA, Asia and global service at Mouser Electronics.
Bringing more than 33 years of global distribution experience to the panel, Burr-Lonnon is largely responsible for planning, directing and coordinating Mouser’s global growth and expansion activities. He is based out of Mouser’s headquarters in Dallas/Fort Worth, TX.