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Altium to Preview Upcoming Altium Designer 18 Release and More at Electronic Design Show

Altium LLC, the Global Leader in PCB Design Software, announces the preview of Altium Designer® 18 and more at the 2017 Engineering Design Show in the UK.

San Diego, CA, September 18, 2017 — Altium has announced a special glimpse at the next generation of leading PCB design software, Altium Designer® 18, and more, at the 2017 Engineering Design Show. The annual trade show – the largest of its kind in the United Kingdom – is the UK’s must-attend design event showcasing the latest innovations in engineering, electronics and embedded design. The 2017 Engineering Design Show will feature an exciting display of keynote presentations by senior trade experts, educational workshops exploring a variety of design-centric topics, and a unique look at emerging design technology and concepts by first-class exhibitors.

Altium will be a sponsor at this year’s event in the continued effort to support the electronic design community, helping engineers cultivate their skills and grow their expertise. With Altium Designer being the UK’s top professional design solution, Altium remains steadfast in its mission to help further the advancement of electronic engineering through innovative technology. In addition to previewing Altium Designer® 18,, Altium will present Altium Designer® 17, PDN Analyzer™, and Altium Vault® at the conference. Demo stations will be made available for attendees to ask specific questions concerning any of the featured products.

“I am thrilled to be, once again, sponsoring the Electronics Design Show. It is great to have such a successful platform for us to showcase the latest innovations from Altium”, said Phil Mayo, Director of Sales for Altium UK. “This year’s event will be extra exciting as we will be previewing Altium Designer 18 alongside a whole depth of new technical presentations.”

Altium Workshops and Event Registration

The 2017 Engineering Design Show will host multiple workshops and conferences throughout the event, with content-rich keynotes from senior engineers and industry influencers. Altium will present two workshops on the following topics: Design for Manufacturing Guide to PCB Documentation and Effective Methods for Advanced Routing.

The Engineering Design Show is the largest electronic design fair in the UK, giving delegates the opportunity to fully immerse themselves in a truly unique and unforgettable experience. The trade show takes place the 18th – 19th of October 2017, and the Altium booth will be located in Hall 2 – Stand K2. Early registration is encouraged for anyone interested in attending the event.

For more information or to register for the Engineering Design Show, please visit the event information page.

 

About Altium

Altium LLC (ASX:ALU) is a multinational software corporation headquartered in San Diego, California, that focuses on electronics design systems for 3D PCB design and embedded system development. Altium products are found everywhere from world leading electronic design teams to the grassroots electronic design community.

With a unique range of technologies Altium helps organizations and design communities to innovate, collaborate and create connected products while remaining on-time and on-budget. Products provided are ACTIVEBOM®, ActiveRoute®, Altium Designer®, Altium Vault®, Autotrax®, Camtastic®, Ciiva™, CIIVA SMARTPARTS®, CircuitMaker®, CircuitStudio®, Codemaker™, Common Parts Library™, Draftsman®, DXP™, Easytrax®, NanoBoard®, NATIVE 3D™, OCTOMYZE®, Octopart®, P-CAD®, PCBWORKS®, PDN Analyzer™, Protel®, Situs®, SmartParts™ and the TASKING® range of embedded software compilers.

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