Electronics/Automotive Solutions for Automotive Design
Date / Time: Monday, November 19, 2012, 11:00 a.m. New York
The percentage of electronics within even the most basic of vehicles has reached an unprecedented high point, and there’s no end in sight. Whether it’s for safety, for engine control, or for entertainment/comfort, the choices are many, and in some cases, quite complex. Just like many embedded designs, you pick your processor and/or operating system, and then go through your checklist of design criteria, which is exactly what we’ll walk through on this webcast. Jeff Owens, Chief Technology Officer at Delphi Automotive, joins Design News Senior Editor Chuck Murray to look at the state of the art in automotive design.
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