EDA Technologies will be touring South Africa in early to mid November on a roadshow that will highlight how Altium software can help designers get more done, faster, with fewer resources. Offered free of charge, the roadshow will give visitors a chance to engage with overseas experts from Altium as well as local representative EDA Technologies, and will stop off at the following locations for one day each:
Delvera Wine Estate in Stellenbosch, Cape Town on 9 November.
Tsogo Sun Garden Court in Umhlanga, Durban on 11 November.
Protea Hotel in Centurion, Pretoria on 12 November.
With over 25 years of R&D in printed circuit board design, Altium offers a range of design tools and is best known for Altium Designer, its unified design system for electronic design professionals seeking a high-productivity, stress-free environment and native 3D PCB editor.
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