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Analog Devices will showcase its broad portfolio of technologies enabling automotive safety and entertainment systems at the International Automotive Electronics Congress in Paris.
Analog Devices will showcase its broad portfolio of technologies enabling automotive safety and entertainment systems with multiple product demonstrations at the International Automotive Electronics Congress in Paris, from 27th to 29th September 2004 "Today's automobiles are becoming more like computers you can drive - and nearly everywhere you can imagine computerised processing or signal conditioning occurring, you'll find ADI products", said Didier Letourneur, Business Development Manager Automotive at Analog Devices
"Analog Devices delivers the signal processing products, technology, and support automotive manufacturers need to develop core safety, navigation, infotainment and engine control subsystems the advanced automobiles of today and tomorrow require".
A gold sponsor of the event, Analog Devices will also be presenting four technical conferences: "High side current sensing for automotive solenoid control" by Charles Whiting, Tuesday 28th September (Workshop 1); "Removing the cost barrier to low cost telematics" by Mark Gill, Tuesday 28th September (Workshop 3); "Integrated MEMS make cars smarter" by John Zimmerman, Wednesday 29th September (Workshop 4); and "Advanced signal conditioning for strain-bridge and capacitive sensing" by Eric Nolan, W