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Speed, Protocol and Security: New Automotive Network Challenges
January 24 @ 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Agenda Timeline: 10:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Registration Time: 10:00 a.m.
Lunch will be provided
What this event is about:
Validate your in-vehicle network (IVN) performance to ensure flawless data flow between on-board sensors and electronic control units. To ensure optimal design, functionality, performance, safety, security, and interoperability of connected cars, the automotive industry needs comprehensive test solutions to validate IVN systems.
During this interactive session, you will learn:
- The latest in automotive Ethernet (10BASE-T1S through 10GBASE-T1)
- SerDes (MIPI A-PHY / ASA)
- The latest in CAN
- Time-sensitive networking
- Network security
- Live demo of high-speed digital communications
- This seminar will discuss the latest in automotive Ethernet, SerDes, time-sensitive networking, and CAN XL serial interfaces.
TSN (Time Sensitive Networking)
Marty holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Lawrence Institure of Technology and a Master of Science in Engineering Science from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institure. He is currently the TSN Program Manager with the Network Test segment and is responsible for the strategy of Keysight’s TSN products. He is a solution expert in high-speed technologies and has worked with customers on a variety of applications. Marty is an active member and participant in IEEE 802.3 and Avnu Alliance standards bodies.
Kevin is a Solution Architect on Keysight’s Automotive and Energy Solutions team. He focuses on high-speed In-Vehicle Networks, helping to develop solutions that address the increasingly complex ecosystem of Automotive E/E. In his 15 years with Keysight, Kevin has held roles as a Field Applications Engineer and Digital Specialist, using Oscilloscopes, BERTs, and logic analyzers to test standards such as USB, DisplayPort, DDR, MIPI, and various forms of Ethernet. Kevin earned his Bachelors of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering from UCLA in 2005.
Sr. Field Application Engineer
Intrepid Control Systems
Matt has been a valuable member of Intrepid Control Systems since 2017. Since childhood, Matt has been working with computers and has found much enjoyment in helping others learn along the way. He attended the University of Michigan, majoring in General Chemistry. Prior to Intrepid, he worked in management at Micro Center, where he continued to develop his skill set.Share this post via: