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About the Webinar
Low power and high accuracy environmental sensors are rapidly transforming building automation as homes, offices, and hospitals embrace IoT.  In this webinar, we will discuss how intelligence and energy efficiency can be achieved through environmental sensors (Temperature, Humidity, and Light) as well as new technologies such as 3D vision. From optimizing HVAC & lighting solutions to patient monitoring in homes and hospitals, TI’s advanced sensor technologies provide innovative approaches, enabling the next generation of building automation.
About the Presenter

Presenter: Daniel Mar

Daniel Mar is Product Marketing Manager for TI’s Temperature Sensor portfolio. Daniel has over 5 years’ experience with TI’s sensor technologies including temperature, optical, and current monitoring.  In prior roles, he has served as program manager and characterization manager for TI’s USB2.0 and IEEE-1394 products. Daniel has a MBA from Southern Methodist University and BS in Engineering from Colorado School of Mines.

 

 

Presenter: Kumar Parthasarathy

Kumar Parthasarathy is the Systems, Application & Marketing Manager for Optical Sensing. He has 14 years of experience in design (data converters, wireless transceivers, analog), system definition, product development and marketing. He has an M.S. Computer Engineering from Iowa State and an MBA from Wharton. He has a strong design background in Analog design and System definition and application in the Optical and Medical spaces.

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Connected Sensors Solutions Guide

 

App note: Semiconductor Temperature Sensors Challenge Precision RTDs and Thermistors in Building Automation  

Blog/infographic: Trends in building automation: connected sensors for energy efficiency

Wireless environmental sensor EE page: http://www.ti.com/solution/smart_sensing?HQS=dis-far-null-buildingaut-asset-appd-session4smartsensing-eu

Relevant/high performing reference designs: TIDA-00374, TIDA-00484, TIDA-00488