Brian Pelletier, Global Director Business Development, Instrumentation Business Unit Brian has been at Analog Devices for 20 years and has held various roles in engineering, engineering management, and marketing. Brian has a B.S in electrical engineering from the University of Massachusetts Lowell and a M.B.A also from the University of Massachusetts Lowell.
David Rowe, Marketing Director, Electronic Test & Measurement As Marketing Director for Electronic Test & Measurement, David Rowe works with customers and partners to leverage Analog Devices' technology to develop high-performance test and measurement solutions. He has been with the company for 23 years in various roles, including product/test engineering, applications, and marketing, across a range of analog and mixed-signal technologies. David holds a bachelor’s and master’s degree in electrical engineering from Boston University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Tackling Test and Measurement for Next-Generation Automotive Applications

In partnership with Analog Devices

Automotive testing is a broad and rapidly evolving application space that requires solutions that are flexible and future-proof. This webinar with a Q&A session will provide test and measurement insights to help you meet your most demanding automotive testing requirements.

Analog Devices is a trusted solutions provider with a comprehensive product and reference design portfolio covering high voltage, precision, isolation, sensors, and power management. In this discussion, their experts will discuss test and measurement systems optimized to test the components, modules, and subsystems of modern electric and autonomous vehicles.

In this webinar, you will learn about several key automotive test applications, including:

• Battery cell formation
• EV drivetrain train
• ECU (Electronic Control Unit)
• Noise vibration harshness
• Datalogger / protocol analysis

In addition, the session will cover a number of key hardware-in-the-loop (HiL) challenges:

• HIIL testing challenges
• Multiple signal synchronization
• Accurate analog response
• Model complexity
• Versatility
• Reducing analog latency

To meet these challenges, the presentation will cover the application of a HiL kit for testing electronic power steering, electronic suspension, and battery management systems.

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