Power Architecture Solutions for Industrial Control
We are surrounded by industrial control equipment that treats our drinking water, generates and distributes electricity, controls HVAC and elevators in buildings, keeps the trains on schedule, builds our cars and favorite electronic gadgets, and more. Freescale Power Architecture has been used to control and interconnect these devices for more than 20 years. Come hear about why leading customers select and trust our processors to control such critical infrastructure equipment.
What you will learn:
- Industrial control market requirements
- Industrial network protocols: PROFINET, PROFIBUS, EtherNet/IP™, EtherCAT®, IEEE® 1588
- Functional safety and cyber security
- Solutions for success
- Freescale control processor solutions
- Tools, reference designs and resources to speed up development
Alexandra Dopplinger, Global Segment Marketing Manager, Robotics and Factory Automation, Freescale
Alexandra Dopplinger is Freescale's global segment marketing manager for Robotics and Factory Automation. She has 10 years experience in semiconductor industry, 10 years in telecom, a year in the coordination and protection division of an electric utility and a patent for a redundant network solution. Her B.Eng. Electrical Engineering degree from Memorial University of Newfoundland (Canada) opened the door for roles ranging from hardware and system design, product management, and marketing. Today, she advises Freescale product teams about how to grow industrial business and spreads the word about new solutions.
Aaron McDonald, Product Marketer, Industrial and Multi-Market Microcontrollers, Freescale
Aaron McDonald is the Market Segment Leader for Industrial Functional Safety at Freescale. He also contributes to product marketing for Freescale's PX Series of 32-Bit Power Architecture microcontrollers. Aaron joined Freescale in 2011 and comes from a strong industrial background in Sales and Product Management. Aaron holds a Bachelor of Science in Engineering from Tennessee Technological University and lives in Austin, TX.
Matt Short, Industrial Segment Marketing Manager, Freescale
Matt Short is an industrial segment marketing manager at Freescale, where he is focused on multicore technology for industrial networking applications. Matt began as an applications engineer supporting static RAMS followed by security co-processors. As security integrated into the PowerQUICC and QorIQ processor product lines, Matt transitioned to system engineering where his experience in SoCs has helped guide the processor roadmap. Matt received a B.S.E.E at University of Texas Arlington and M.S.E.E. at the University of Texas Austin.