I recently had the opportunity to join my colleagues in presenting to a group of nearly 50 European technology reporters at the press day event ADI hosted in Limerick, and it was my pleasure to share some of the exciting things ADI’s instrumentation business is doing in the area of environmental monitoring. While I often joke that ADI’s instrumentation business operates quietly in the background, that’s actually not the case. The truth is that instrumentation is an enabling technology for many, many emerging industries. When you look at our other businesses, from 5G technology to autonomous vehicles, the one thing they have in common is that they depend on our ability to test and measure – in the lab, during prototyping and throughout volume production. The other aspect of ADI’s instrumentation business is that our technology must be better than what we’re measuring, whether that’s mmWave RF chips for 5G base stations, 77-GHz RADAR sensors or high-speed memory used in data centers. In the case of emerging battery technology, for example, our precision test and measurement expertise is a key indicator in determining if a new battery will be rated for an electric vehicle or live its life running a power tool.