Are you suffering from poor delivery performance, poor quality, or non-responsive electronics suppliers? Do you need assistance in re-designing electrical circuitry for ease in procurement of component parts? Are you looking to re-source electrical components for your product?

If you answered “Yes” to any of the above, we can help!

During this webinar, we will show you how to:

  • Go beyond basic proof of concepts into manufacturable products
  • Avoid product development pitfalls
  • Design for manufacturing
  • Overcome supply chain issues
This webinar was originally presented on December 7, 2022 at 10:00 AM PT. 

Meet the Speaker


Rob of Left Coast Engineeing

Robert Baranowski
CMTC Contractor

Robert Baranowski has 30+ years of electrical design experience for medical, military, industrial, and commercial projects. He has extensive design experience in RF, wireless, power, fluidics, audio, controllers, location-aware, and sensors as well as user interfaces, drivers, and applications. Rob is Founder and President of Left Coast Engineering, a company that supports large and small businesses with engineering design expertise and that specializes in tackling research and development (R&D) to solve old problems and new challenges. In his role, Rob leads an engineering team of electrical, mechanical, software, and RF engineers – together, they have designed 200 new products for manufacturing since 1999. Rob is also an inventor on more than 25 issued patents.


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