Company InformationTempo Automation was founded on July 2013. The company is based in San Francisco, CA, USA . The number of employees in Tempo Automation is less than 250. Tempo automation is the electronics manufacturer for prototyping and low-volume production of printed circuit board assemblies.
Here is how Tempo Automation describes itself: "Software-Accelerated PCBA Manufacturing. As the world’s fastest PCBA manufacturing service, Tempo is disrupting the electronics industry. Our connected factory is powered by proprietary automation software, creating an unbroken digital thread from design to delivery."
Funding & investorsTempo Automation has received 6 rounds of venture funding. The total funding amount is around $74.6M.
- Tuesday Capital (Micro vc)
- Point72 Ventures (Venture capital)
- Lockheed Martin
- Triphammer Ventures (Venture capital)
- Uncork Capital (Micro vc)
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Tempo Automation - Blog
- Industry 4.0 PCB Manufacturing: New Capabilities and Protections
- CubeSat Vibration Testing: Common PCB Problems & Solutions
- 10 PCB Corrosion Protections to Consider in Your Design
- How to Fix Common Max Capacitance Violations
- Medical Device Regulations for PCB Assembly
- Understanding the PCB Lamination Process
Industry 4.0 manufacturing, an outgrowth of the fourth industrial revolution, is characterized by its utilization of cloud computing, artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML) and the Internet of Things (IoT) to control physical devices and improve productivity. While advanced printed circuit board assembly (PCBA) technologies that exhibit the intent of Industry 4.0 manufacturing strategies have … ContinuedThe post Industry 4.0 PCB Manufacturing: New Capabilities and Protections appeared first on Tempo.
Today, the aerospace industry offers many opportunities for excitement. For example, NASA is planning another crewed mission to the moon—almost 50 years after Apollo 17. If that was not enough, there is also a planned mission to take human passengers to Mars. Amidst the buzz surrounding these space ventures, we can overlook the unprecedented development … ContinuedThe post CubeSat Vibration Testing: Common PCB Problems & Solutions appeared first on Tempo.
Have you ever wondered why almost all PCBAs are green? Apparently, the military, for whom the earliest boards were manufactured, requested that color. As it turns out, a green solder mask makes boards the most visible during the day and also allows for the smallest solder dams. The most important aspect of the solder mask, … ContinuedThe post 10 PCB Corrosion Protections to Consider in Your Design appeared first on Tempo.
Potential max capacitance violations To achieve an optimal design and PCBA build, system boundaries must be clearly defined and testable. For electrical circuits, minimum and maximum parameters such as voltage, current and power must be predicted during design and realized through operation. This can be difficult to accomplish, as changing resistances, inductances and especially capacitances … ContinuedThe post How to Fix Common Max Capacitance Violations appeared first on Tempo.
Electronic medical devices Medical industry regulations surpass stipulations in critical areas of other industries such as aerospace and automotive systems. However, when considering the nature of the medical industry, this distinction seems appropriate, as medical devices are designed and built to preserve, save or enhance the quality of human life. As such, they demand the … ContinuedThe post Medical Device Regulations for PCB Assembly appeared first on Tempo.
Lamination describes the process of building up successive layers of a material and binding those layers to strengthen, protect and waterproof a variety of substances. The lamination process is an important step in building up a printed circuit board (PCB). Circuit board manufacturers use lamination to ensure copper does not inadvertently conduct current or a … ContinuedThe post Understanding the PCB Lamination Process appeared first on Tempo.