Electronic assemblies are components for the realization of control and regulation functions. A typical example is the automotive control unit. Depending on the model, more than 90 embedded systems can be installed and networked in a vehicle, which are required by the growing number of integrated sensors, actuators and electrical consumers. Control functions are necessary, for example, for engine management, electronic stability control, driving assistance and information systems, airbags and reversing cameras, as well as car data communication. In addition, electronic assemblies are used in the industrial environment for industrial automation and the operation of electric motors and electrical installations. Furthermore, they are used in household appliances, for example, control and operating units for dishwashers, refrigerators, baking ovens, cooking zones and small devices. Electronic assemblies are also found in communication electronics.