Growing demand for vehicle electrification has been heightened by carbon emissions concerns, regulatory compliance, and energy costs. Increasing environmental awareness among consumers has also helped to bolster the market and create new opportunities for carmakers.

This webinar will provide a technical deep dive on how the low-cost MPC5777C-DEVB hardware platform can be used to design a functionally safe, low-cost dual motor control system. The MPC5777C-DEVB is a vehicle electrification system solution engineered to help accelerate the next-generation of electric and hybrid vehicles (EV/HEV).

Attendees will learn:

  • How to design a low-cost high-performance, dual motor control solution using the eTPU complex timers on the MPC5777C
  • Functional Safety benefits of the MPC5777C dual motor control solution
  • Benefits and features of the MPC5777C-DEVB electrification system solution


Andrew Ruf, Automotive Applications Engineer, NXP

Andrew Rufworks as NXP’s Automotive Applications Engineer and provides support for vehicle dynamics applications, specializing in motor control and battery management applications. He holds a Bachelor’s Degrees in Computer Science and Electrical Engineering, both from the Pennsylvania State University.

Brad Loane, Product Manager, NXP

Brad Loane is a product manager in NXP’s Automotive Microcontroller and Processors group; he is responsible for powertrain, electrification, and safety solutions. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Materials Science and Engineering from Cornell University.