Accelerate Your Electric Motor Control Designs

Wednesday, March 8, 2017 at 9:00 am U.S. EST

Do you design electrical drives and motor control systems for automotive applications? If so, you know what a challenge it can be due to system complexity and the real-time nature of the application. 

During this 45-minute Webinar we will show you how to shorten the time required to develop automotive control applications using motor control solutions ecosystem from NXP. 

We will address 3-phase permanent magnet synchronous motor (PMSM) or brushed DC (BLDC) motor control solutions. See how simple your job can be using NXP motor control software libraries, debugging with the FreeMASTER tool or starting an application on the new motor control development kits. A complete solution is designed to help you shorten the time required to develop automotive control applications such as HVAC blowers, engine cooling fans or fuel / water / oil pumps.


Speakers:


Zdenek Kaspar, Automotive Application Manager, NXP Automotive Microcontrollers & Processors Business

Zdenek Kaspar graduated in 2000 at Faculty of Electrical engineering and computer science, Technical University of Brno, Czech Republic. After that, worked at Motorola / Freescale / NXP Semiconductor R&D Center, Roznov pod Radhostem, Czech Republic. Initial focus in home automation transferred later into the automotive systems. Managing several automotive engineering team since 2005, with focus on the systems solutions for in-vehicle networking and electric motor control.






Marek Stulrajter, Motor Control Applications Engineer, NXP Automotive

Marek Stulrajter received his M.Sc. and Ph.D. in electric drives and machines from the Department of Power Electrical Systems, University of Zilina, Slovakia, in 2003 and 2006, respectively. He has over 13 years of experience in the field of electric machines and drives. The key focus on development of new control techniques and algorithms for motor control, mainly for permanent magnet motors. He has been a member of Freescale / NXP automotive motor control team for over 6 years.





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