Engineers of advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) must strike a balance between performance and safety. 4D radar systems will bring additional challenges including higher RF reflection and ghost signals. This 60-minute technical Webinar presents innovative, durable, and dependable engineering polymer solutions to meet OEM requirements for radar and camera technology components.
- Real-world examples of improved metal-to-plastic technology
- New technology to manage transparency for higher GHz radars
- Thermoplastics that can withstand extreme low-warpage and camera bracket challenges
- How engineering polymers can help solve component reduction for mass and create cost reductions
A live Q&A will follow the technical presentation.
Katie Ling, Global Marketing Manager, DuPont Mobility & Materials
Katie Ling serves in DuPont’s Performance Materials business as the Global Marketing Manager for Automotive Electrification. In this role, she manages the company’s multi-generation product portfolio and leads new application development in the xEV market. Katie has more than 10 years of experience in marketing, strategy, and product development across various industries, including extensive strategic development experience in U.S. and Asian markets, and previously served as Global Segment Leader at Eastman Chemical. She holds a bachelor’s and master’s degree in chemistry, which she received in China, as well as an MBA from the University of Virginia.
Rodrigo Orozco, Ph.D., Automotive Application Development Engineer, DuPont Mobility & Materials
Dr. Rodrigo Orozco serves as Application Development Engineer at DuPont Mobility & Materials with a focus on ADAS. In this role, he is the technical interface, addressing customer needs with engineering plastics throughout the development process. Rodrigo previously worked as Global Application Development Leader at Ascend Performance Materials and Principal Application and Product Development Engineer at Asahi Kasei Plastics, among other industry roles. He has led the development of SPE Automotive Innovation Award-winning applications and is a member of the SPE Automotive Division Board of Directors. Rodrigo holds a Ph.D. in mechanical engineering from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, and a master’s and bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Universidad de Los Andes in Colombia.