March 15, 2023 | 9:00 am PST | 12:00 pm EST | 18:00 CET
New connected car functionality along with the necessity to reduce the cost, weight and complexity associated with wire harnesses has led to the transformation of the power distribution system. Relays and fuses are being replaced by semiconductor-based systems which are partly or fully electrified and enable higher reliability, diagnostic capabilities, protection features and smaller size. In this webinar we will explore the expected phases and implications of the power distribution architecture revolution. Infineon’s portfolio of scalable product families enables us to provide a complete chipset solution to simplify your design needs now and in the future.
What Attendees will Learn:
About the Presenter:
Rick Browarski, Director of Product Marketing, Infineon Technologies
Rick Browarski has over 23 years of experience in Infineon’s Automotive Division and is located in the Detroit area. Rick joined Infineon as a Field Application Engineer, providing technical support for multiple customers for several years before shifting into Marketing. His current product and application focus include Power Distribution Systems and Smart Motor Control. Prior to joining Infineon, Rick has spent time in Lear’s automotive electronics group and with Bosch Braking Systems. Rick holds a BS in Electrical and Computer Engineering as well as a BFA in Jazz Studies and Contemporary Media, both from Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan. Outside of the now hybrid ‘office’ work life, Rick enjoys being a dad and pursuing his passion for making music, and enjoys being a part of the global transformation from internal combustion engine vehicles to electric vehicles.
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