Multicopters, also known as drones, have quickly moved from being viewed as toys by consumers towards sophisticated commercial usage. Multicopters provide unique solutions for aerial photography, movie recording, landscape mapping to programmable search and rescue aircraft. This provides challenges and opportunities for manufacturers. On the one hand end-users require excellent user-experience (light weight, longer flying time, safety, reliability etc.) but on the other hand solutions should be cost effective to enjoy economies of scale. By offering a near system solution - everything from XMC™ microcontrollers, to iMOTION™ motor control ICs, to magnetic sensors and more - Infineon is quickly becoming a one-stop-shop for existing multicopter applications. Being a recognized leader in automotive and industrial power electronic systems, Infineon offers high quality system solutions for the next generation of multicopters.
The aim of this webinar is to show the value proposition Infineon can provide with its high quality products by highlighting the various opportunities for innovation and differentiation. We will also show that different use cases of multicopters require different security levels. Therefore, attendees will also learn how our radar and sensor solutions help our customers to meet the highest safety standards. We will explain Infineon's comprehensive portfolio of high quality products to find the best-possible components for multicopter designs in order to meet our customers´ requirements.
Join the webinar and learn more about our recommendations for your design!
- Learn the key elements of a multicopter system
- Understand Infineon's role as a full system solution provider
- Learn how Infineon addresses market requirements with a broad product portfolio
- See Infineon's demo solution for multicopters
Diego Colás is working in the field of drones development and electric motor control within the Power Management and Multimarket division of Infineon Technologies. He holds a Bachelor's degree in Industrial Engineering and is currently finishing his Masters on Advanced Electronic Engineering.