On-Demand Webinars: Automotive

Driving Interconnection System Reliability to Meet New Drivetrain Electrification Demands

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Rapidly expanding automotive megatrends, such as drivetrain electrification and autonomous driving, have led to a sharp demand for ever-lighter vehicle body weights. Evolving architectures, along with the resulting increase in body control modules, require even more connections to PCBs, presenting challenges – and opportunities – to PC board manufacturers. This 60-minute Webinar addresses not only challenges faced by manufacturers but also new approaches that can be taken with press-fit technology, as well as single pin insertion and the connector seating equipment required for proper termination.

An audience Q&A follows the technical presentation.

Speakers:

Siegfried Beck, Product Manager, TE Connectivity

Siegfried Beck has 30 years of experience in PCBA manufacturing, with 20 years in machine building. He has been with TE Connectivity for 15 years in application tooling, serving as a Project Manager, Plant Manager, and Engineering Manager. Siegfried is currently managing the business’s pin insertion machine portfolio.

Boris Kertscher, Product Manager, TE Connectivity

Boris Kertscher is TE Connectivity’s Product Manager for Miniaturization. He has spent eight years with the company and has been a Product Manager since 2014, focusing on plug-in relays, PCB relays, power and high-power terminals, press-fit technology, and miniaturization technology. Boris earned his Dipl. Ing. in industrial engineering from TU Berlin.

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Topics:
Automotive