Two big industry trends are driving the move to digital temperature sensors in business: the proliferation of IoT devices as part of the move to edge computing (otherwise known as Industry 4.0), and the ongoing digitalization of components and systems. Digital temperature sensors have become ubiquitous in the consumer space, but analog sensors are still omnipresent in the industrial space. However, with the introduction of innovative new sensors from ams, the move to digital temperature sensors is imminent, with manufacturers seeing the value of transitioning from analog to digital and ensuring that they can now gather and integrate more holistic and intelligent data into the overall company system for more exact management. This webinar explains the transformational role that the AS621x next generation family of digital temperature sensors can play in Industry 4.0.
- Understand the benefits of the ams AS621x family of digital temperature sensor solutions compared to analog sensing approaches
- Receive an overview of the key features of the AS621x sensor family of digital sensors for the major industrial applications.
- Understand the business and technical benefit from transitioning to the ease-of-use digital temperature sensors
- Know how to find support material from ams to facilitate the design process
Nikolai is a senior product manager, working in the industrial sensors field in the business line Medical and Specialty Sensors at ams. He is responsible for the complete lifecycle of various industrial products in the business line. He is responsible for the marketing of temperature sensors within his business line. He joined ams in 2013. Previously, he held product manager and customer manager positions at NXP and AT&S respectively. He obtained both his Masters in Technical Physics and Doctorate of Technical Physics from the University of Graz, Austria.
Bernhard is responsible for leading the applications group for Medical and Specialty Sensors at ams. In this role Bernhard is responsible for defining and developing ams temperature sensing technology. He has been in this position since 2017. Previously, he worked as a staff applications engineer in the same division. Before joining ams, he held various senior roles at Maxim Integrated as well as Sensor Dynamics. He holds a Degree in Electronic Engineering from the University of Applied Sciences in Kapfenberg, Austria.