Electric vehicles (EVs) are driving the future of the automotive industry. Success in this fast-paced, high-voltage, high-power transition to EVs requires readily available, safe, flexible, and accurate test equipment. With the demand to bring EVs to the market faster, getting there now is no longer an option – it is a requirement.
During this 60-minute Webinar, you will learn how to test your EV designs in key areas, including:
- Grid Power: Everything up to and including the charging station
- Battery Power: From cell chemistry to cell/module/pack testing
- EV Power: Efficient power conversion where it counts
Jim Duffy, EV Business Development Manager, Automotive and Energy Solutions, Keysight Technologies
Jim Duffy is the Business Development Manager for Keysight's electric vehicle powertrain test solutions and works out of their Automotive Customer Center in Novi, Michigan. He has more than 22 years of experience selling electronic test and measurement systems. Jim earned a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from Rutgers University.
Joshua Love, Senior Power Solutions Engineer, Automotive and Energy Solutions, Keysight Technologies
Joshua Love is a Senior Power Solutions Engineer for Keysight and works out of their Automotive Customer Center in Novi, Michigan. He has more than 13 years of electronics design experience in the automotive and heavy-duty off-road industries and more than 17 years of electronics design experience. He has been involved in the design of various electronics modules including engine controllers, on-board chargers, high power DC to DC converters, and traction inverters. Josh earned a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from the University of Missouri, Columbia and a master's certificate in systems design and management from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Bob Zollo, Solution Architect for Battery Testing, Automotive and Energy Solutions, Keysight Technologies
Bob Zollo is a Solution Architect for Battery Testing at Keysight. He is responsible for creating Keysight's battery testing solutions roadmap by researching customer and industry trends and developing plans to meet emerging customer needs. Bob began his career at Hewlett-Packard in 1984 and has 38 years of experience with HP, Agilent, and Keysight. He has been part of the company's marketing and R&D organizations for power supplies, electronic loads, power analyzers, data acquisition equipment, and test systems. Bob holds a degree in electrical engineering from the Stevens Institute of Technology and works out of Keysight's Power Center in Budd, Lake, New Jersey, USA.
Bill Visnic, Editor, SAE Media Group