Webinar Driving Electrification using Position Sensors

Webinar: Driving Electrification using Position Sensors

2019/04/16 - 2019/06/07

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Enabling automotive design engineers to guarantee safety, reliability and durability via contactless position sensor solutions with built-in magnetic immunity.

Enabling automotive design engineers to guarantee safety, reliability and durability via contactless position sensor solutions with built-in magnetic immunity


Position sensors from ams offer best-in-class stray field immunity and superior durability, meeting the most challenging demands of safety-critical automotive applications and complying with stringent standards such as functional safety ISO26262. In this webinar we discuss the challenges of driving electrification using immune position sensors, the technologies behind the sensors, and match our portfolio to a wide range of automotive applications such as electric power steering, traction motors, pedal applications, chassis level, gearbox/gearshift.

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Why attend to the Webinar?

 - Discuss challenges and demonstrate flexible and space-saving contactless sensor solutions 
 - Background on magnetic and inductive-based technologies behind the sensor
 - Overview of ams positon sensor portfolio and the major automotive applications


  

English webinar speaker: Michael Pichler, 
Senior System Engineer at ams

Michael is Senior System Engineer for contactless magnetic and inductive position sensors, with a focus on motor control and angle sensing application within the automotive environment. He is also responsible for technical key account support regarding system design and sensor integration.

 

Chinese webinar speaker: Rex Su,
Senior Field Application Engineer at ams

Rex has more than 9 years of experience in automotive applications, and has a wealth accumulation of new automotive product introduction and scene application, focusing on motor control, automatic driving sensing and optics, as well as technical training.