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Presentations, Panels, and Forums at electronica

electronica Embedded Platforms Conference – ICM (International Congress Center Munich)

Medical Electronics Conference  ICM (International Congress Center Munich)

Wireless Congress ICM (International Congress Center Munich)

Healthcare & Security  Hall C3, Stand C3.534

  • Thursday, Nov. 15, 11:30a.m. – 12:50p.m. (with Maxim's part from 11:50a.m. – 12:05p.m.)
    Topic: Keeping Data Secure With Clinical Grade Sensing – Presentation & Panel Discussion
    Presenter: Andrew Baker

Embedded Security Hall C3, Stand C3.534

  • Wednesday, Nov. 14, 11:30a.m. – 1:00p.m. (with Maxim's part from 12:30 – 12:50p.m.)
    Topic: Is TPM the Best Solution for Embedded Security? – Presentation & Panel Discussion
    Presenter: Christophe Tremlet

IIoT Forum  Hall C3, Stand C3.534

Panel Discussion – Driving Industry 4.0

  • Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2:30–3:30pm
    Venue: Hall A6, Stand 158
    Panelists: Shane Callanan, Excelsys; Thomas Schafbauer, Infineon; Stephen Oliver, Navitas; Bruce Renouard, Pre-Switch, Jeff DeAngelis/Maxim Integrated
    Moderator: Alix Paultre

The marketplace is moving aggressively forward towards industry 4.0, the complete integration of automation and command and control in the factory environment. With everything in the building a complex logic-based system, what are the challenges facing the designers of the next-generation supplies powering them? What will be the role of the new materials, topologies, and processes in this new manufacturing environment? This panel will have professionals from wide-bandgap, software, and power supply manufacturers who will present their ideas on the future.

Panel Discussion – What will power the next generation of vehicles?

  • Wednesday, Nov. 14, 3:00–4:00pm
    Venue: Hall A6, Stand 158
    Panelists: Bruce Renouard, Pre-Switch; Mark Münzer, Infineon; Deres Eshete, On Semiconductor; Doug Bailey, Power Integrations; Jim Witham, GaN Systems; Tamer Kira, Maxim Integrated
    Moderator: Alix Paultre

There is a passionate debate going on in the consumer marketplace on the drivetrain in the next generation of passenger vehicles. This sometimes acrimonious debate puts a downward pressure on electric vehicle (EV) development, as financing and managerial focus is often tied to public impressions. But what is the engineering debate on this? Will there be a "tipping point' for EVs, and when will it occur? What are the factors involved? This industry panel will discuss both the core technologies and their related infrastructures.