Connectivity & Control for Industrial or Renewable Energy Applications
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Sick of compromising between connectivity and real-time control? Then you can’t miss the last Texas Instruments Embedded Series event sponsored by Arrow Electronics. During the webinar, TI experts will discuss the use cases and design challenges of developing connectivity for industrial or renewable energy applications, while featuring TI’s new C2000™ Concerto™ MCUs.
Covered in this webinar:
- Control system fundamentals
- Connectivity for industrial applications
- TI’s “Concerto” embedded processor for combined connectivity and control
Who should attend:
Design & system engineers in industrial and commercial application markets.
Attendees will receive FREE CCSv4 software (valued at $500) with the purchase of select C2000 tools. Details on how to receive the software will be given after the event.
Brett Novak, Product Marketing Engineer, C2000 Microcontroller Group, Texas Instruments
Brett graduated from Worcester Polytechnic Institute in 2001 and has been in the industry ever since. Brett started with TI last year as a product marketing engineer in the C2000 Microcontroller group.
Carl Haugen, Field Application Engineer, South Central Region, Arrow Electronics
Carl graduated from Purdue University in 1990 with a degree in engineering. He has held various positions in industrial and automotive design and has been with Arrow Electronics as a Field Application Engineer since 1999.
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