ADAS: Understanding Architectures and Trends Seen in the Evolution of Driver Assist
An introduction to the systems and solutions for active driver assistance systems, one of the fastest growing segments of the automotive market.
The presentation will review the four main applications that make up a typical ADAS system. We will explain the major functional blocks of each application and describe the chip-level components of effective solutions for that function. We will also look at some of the major trends shaping the market and how Infineon enables automotive suppliers to address these trends. Time will be available at the end for Q&A and FAQ session with the audience.
Attend this webinar to learn about:
- What is ADAS in automotive?
- Why is it useful?
- What are the major applications that make up ADAS?
- Infineon solutions available today for ADAS
- Market trends for the future
- What to ask your customer to help understand the potential use of Infineon solutions for ADAS?
Vikram Patel, Product Manager, Infineon
Vik Patel is a Product Marketing Manager for the automotive power supply and communications segment based in Livonia, MI. He has extensive experience in automotive and power supply systems. Vik has been with Infineon Technologies for the past 6 years in the Livonia automotive office. Previously he worked in the semiconductor and consumer industries for 15+ years.
Roger Smith, Senior System Application Engineer, Infineon
Roger Smith is a Senior System Application Engineer supporting Braking, EPS, Passive Safety and ADAS applications for a global tier one supplier. He has over 20 years of industry experience designing and debugging automotive electronics. Roger earned a BSEE from Michigan State University and a MSEE from Wayne State University and has worked at Infineon for the last 10 years.
Rob Wegrzyn, System Application Engineer, Infineon
Rob Wegrzyn is a System Application Engineer supporting Infineon’s portfolio of products for Safety Electronic Systems. This portfolio for various Active and Passive Safety Applications includes power and motor control products, specialized safety ASICs, MOSFETs, and microcontrollers. Rob brings more than 20 years of experience in hardware development of automotive electronics at various Tier 1 companies. He has been at Infineon in Livonia, MI for over 2 years, and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from The University of Michigan – Dearborn.