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Accelerate xEV development with modular power

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CO2 emission compliance standards have motivated OEMs to reconsider how to power the automobile again. While OEMs are introducing electrified vehicles to meet these standards, there has yet to emerge a harmonized approach for delivering electric power, not only to the motors but to all the subsystems in a vehicle. This lack of clarity is compounded by the tremendous increase in power requirements.

This webinar focuses on:

  • How a modular approach to power tackles three key hurdles to electrification
  • Real-world power application examples for OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers
  • Market projections regarding global auto units sold and percentage of electrified vehciles over time
  • Examples of power delivery networks, including decentralized 48V power distribution and 400V/800V charging compatibility

Who should watch?

Key decision makers, engineers and anyone interested in accelerating vehicle electrification.

About the presenter

Patrick Wadden

Patrick Wadden

Global Vice President of Automotive Business Development

Patrick Wadden joined Vicor in October 2018 as Global Vice President of Automotive Business Development to lead the company’s business in the Automotive Industry while becoming a key partner to companies developing mild hybrid, EV/HEV and autonomous vehicles. Prior to his position at Vicor, Patrick held various positions in the semiconductor industry for about 30 years in sales management, marketing, business development and product line management. Prior to joining Vicor, Mr. Wadden was leading North America automotive sales for Integrated Device Technology and held various leadership roles at Analog Devices, Altera, and Intersil. Mr. Wadden holds a BSBA from Northeastern University.