The first section of this presentation will cover Linear Hall Sensors, Hall Switches, Angle Sensors and 3D Magnetic Sensors. Recent advances in magnetic sensing technology has led to an improvement in the sensing accuracy of magnetic fields. Cost breakthroughs have led to angle sensing being done with hall sensors replacing more expensive rotary sensor solutions. Advances in magnetic sensing technology now offers the opportunity to do true 3D sensing more cost effectively.

The second section of this presentation will cover advancements in the CAN communication protocol allowing for more data through put with the same base technology. This new development is referred to as CAN with Flexible Data Rate; which allows for eight times as much data per message frame and up to four times faster than traditional CAN. We will touch upon the Infineon products that enable this new communication innovation.

Attend this webinar to learn about:

  • Technology behind the new magnetic sensors
  • Cost effective magnetic sensing solutions
  • Basics of the new CAN Protocol
  • Infineon Micros and Transceivers that support CAN with Flexible Data Rate

Who should attend?

Industrial, Automotive Designers, and Engineers


Hector Moreno, Sr. Field Application Engineer, Infineon Technologies

Hector M. Moreno has been with Infineon for the past eleven years in different capacities. He is currently working as an Application Specialist for Automotive DC-DC Converters, Smart High Side Switches and Magnetic Sensors. He holds a Master’s Degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Texas at El Paso.

Dan Moore, Business Development Manager, Infineon Technologies