Tag: Arrow Electronics

Production Ready Assessment: Is Your Design Ready for Manufacturing?

As an entrepreneur gearing up for production, you probably have a market entry date in mind. However, in order to hit that date, you need to assess your production readiness and pay attention to all the details big and small that surround the entire production process. There are a lot of details to take into … read more

Building an IoT product, app or software program? IBM can help

IBM recently teamed up with Arrow and Indiegogo to offer valuable IoT security and analytics services to entrepreneurs enrolled in the Arrow Certification Program — at no cost.   What does this mean for entrepreneurs? The IoT industry will have a potential economic impact of between $2.7 to $6.2 trillion over the next 10 years, … read more

Avoiding Common Hardware Issues: The Logistics of Getting Your Parts

Taking your product from the concept phase to prototyping and finally to production is a long, and at times, frustrating process. You want the shortest path to market possible, but unfortunately, you’re bound to run into a few snags here and there. Some, however, are more avoidable than others according to highly experienced Arrow engineers. … read more

Arrow Awards $75,000 to Help WaterBot Improve Water Quality Nationwide

Indiegogo and Arrow will be choosing another flash funding recipient in the month of April. Sign up for the Arrow Certification Program now to join campaigners like Chris Richter of WaterBot in winning game-changing funds, engineering resources and tools, discounts, and personal guidance from experts. Do you monitor the quality of your drinking water? Can … read more

The Key to Success for Smart Cube? Unlocking Valuable Partnerships

All entrepreneurs need inspiration to innovate, and for Ira Hayes, co-founder and COO of Smart Armor Tech, that inspiration came from the need to save a life. After a friend suffered serious complications from forgetting to take his heart medication, Hayes, wanted to make sure it would never happen again. He went to work, creating … read more