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Wireless connectivity is certainly a topic that many engineers need to address in their working lives. The need for effective Industry 4.0 and smart application deployment is driving the demand for professional development environments and evaluations boards that allow engineers to migrate from prototyping and on to the delivery of application-based solutions.
In this edition of Ask the Expert, we are joined by Dr, Michael Brauer from Würth Electronik to discuss their approach to wireless communication. Watch as we talk about machine to machine communication, sensor selection, the challenges of mobile data transfer and how Würth Electronik is supporting engineers with more than just products.
DR. Michael Brauer
Michael is Head of R&D in the division of Wireless Connectivity & Sensors at Würth Elektronik eiSos. In 2005 he produced an industry dissertation on the topic “Development and simulation of a silicone microphone with integrated DSP”. From 2004 to 2017 application engineer for pressure and magnetic sensors with a focus on automotive & industry.