TECH TALK WEBINAR
On August 18, 2021 get expert insight on the challenges and opportunities of eVTOL connectivity.
As a go-to innovation partner, TE is helping connect the future of flight and opening new possibilities for urban air mobility (UAM). Join this live webinar on August 18, 2021 to learn how TE is helping engineers overcome the toughest eVTOL challenges. Such as minimizing weight and optimizing power for successful takeoff and a quieter and environmentally cleaner alternative to today’s transportation. Explore the benefits of a “follow-the-wire” approach and how using TE technologies and expertise will help advance UAM avionics.
• Gain key insights on current trends in the urban air mobility market.
• Strategies for meeting standards and addressing design challenges.
• Discover how TE’s interconnect solutions and expertise can assist engineers in designing for reliability, miniaturization, and durability.
Martin Cullen began his career, after graduating with a Masters in Aerospace, as a mechanical designer for New Product Introduction in Gas Turbines; then later, taking a leadership role managing complex NPI projects, working the complete value chain through to Productionization. Having completed a Masters in Project Management, a domain change to NPI in Avionics followed. Presently studying for an MBA, he feels empowered to explore how TE’s complete Business can deliver value to TE’s Customers, connecting the power and data architectures of future-world platforms.
Robert Moore is a design and development leader with 20+ years of experience driving technical solutions for wiring and data communication applications in the military and commercial aerospace, military shipboard, military ground systems, truck and bus, and automotive markets. Robert has been a recipient of the TE Innovation Award from 2011-2013.
Mark Benton is Engineering Manager of Rugged Fiber Optic (RFO) solutions and active optics product manager in the Aerospace, Defense and Marine (AD&M) business unit. With a B.S. General Engineering degree from University of Illinois Urbana Champaign and M.S. and Ph.D, Mechanical Engineering degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Mark brings over 40 years of diverse R&D and product development experience.
Clint Schlosser holds a Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering from Pennsylvania College of Technology and an MBA from Drexel University. He specializes in ruggedized rectangular connectors suitable for both Aerospace and defense markets. Clint has a unique ability to translate customer needs into delivered solutions on a pace that customers require.