Brian Coffey
Albert O'Grady

Welcome to Technologies Enabling the Future of Intelligent Field Devices

This webinar will provide an overview of the key enabling technologies including Ethernet-APL, smart ultra-low power data converters and highly secure microcontrollers with high efficiency AI acceleration and wireless connectivity. Please read the Analog Devices EngineerZone Code of Conduct before posting.

About the Presenters

Brian Coffey is the Senior Strategic Marketing Manager for Industrial Automation at Analog Devices.  Brian graduated from the University of Limerick in 1999 with a Bachelor of Engineering in Computer Engineering and joined Analog Devices where he spent 10 years working in digital IC design and design automation. He has since held applications and multiple marketing management roles responsible for chip-scale sensors, switch/mux, precision data converters and application targeted ultra-low power microcontrollers. Brian received his Master’s in Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Limerick in 2011.  In addition to his role in Analog Devices he is Deputy General Manager of MIDAS, the Irish Microelectronics Association.

Albert O’Grady is the System Applications Director in the Industrial Automation & Process Control business unit of Analog Devices. Albert is based in Limerick, Ireland and his focus is primarily on developing system level solutions for industrial automation and process control. Prior to his current role Albert was a product applications engineer supporting precision data converters. Albert holds a diploma in industrial electronics and a BSC in electronic engineering both from the University of Limerick.

About the Webcast

Advances in measurement, processing, security and connectivity technologies are enabling the development of more intelligent field instruments and devices, helping drive the digital transformation of the process industry. Trusted reliable data will now be more easily accessible with the potential to be consumed by many new clients beyond the control system. This webinar will provide an overview of the key enabling technologies including Ethernet-APL, smart ultra-low power data converters and highly secure microcontrollers with high efficiency AI acceleration and wireless connectivity. These technologies will enable new features and functionality in future field devices that help plant operators to increase productivity, improve process and product quality, reduce energy consumption and maintenance costs as well as avoiding unplanned downtime.

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