The world of electronics is constantly evolving. It seems that increasingly, everyday household items are beginning to integrate automation, robotic components, or artificial intelligence. It’s an incredible thing, to say the least, and exciting for the future of society and the people living in it. There are, however, a number of considerations that need to be taken when placing electronics products onto any market, in order to ensure the safety, sustainability, and longevity of the product.
With the increase of knowledge surrounding global warming and other environmental risks, electric powered technology has become increasingly prevalent as more people, governments and organisations are implementing measures to encourage sustainable products. As the market for electric vehicles is accelerating, so too is the supply chain of such products, meaning that businesses need to adapt quickly to demand. With this comes the importance of ensuring that correct measures are taken into account to ensure product safety and sustainability of the parts themselves.