Tech Talks will showcase how TE engineers assisted in development of start-up products
SCHAFFHAUSEN, Switzerland – April 10, 2019 – TE Connectivity (NYSE: TEL), a world leader in connectivity and sensors, will host a series of live webinars this spring showcasing some of the many engineering partnerships it has developed with start-up companies around the world.
TE Tech Talks will allow entrepreneurs and the TE engineers with whom they are working to explain the connectivity and sensor solutions they developed together to solve the complex challenges involved in building transformative technology.
Three sessions are planned this spring:
- May 7: TE Tech Talk with Flume – Flume Inc. CEO Eric Adler and CTO James Fazio have developed an intelligent leak detection and water management system for the home. They will be joined by TE’s Terrence Murphy, global director of business development and strategy, to discuss how they are working together to create a new antenna design to optimize RF strength.
- May 21: TE Tech Talk with Hanhaa – Hanhaa Limited CEO Azhar Hussain and TE Product Manager Christian Koehler will focus on the work that went into developing ParceLive, an IoT-enabled package-tracking device. Together with Avnet, TE and Hanhaa developed a new antenna solution to successfully bring the product to market.
- June 4: TE Tech Talk with commonSENSE – TE and commonSENSE Monitoring Solutions Ltd. are partnering to come up with solutions for gaps in the refrigerated production, storage and distribution process for vaccines. The commonSENSE executive team will be joined by TE Project Manager Michael Basel to discuss how this partnership is helping to mitigate future failures with the use of digital temperature monitoring devices and systems.
To register for one or all of the webinars, click here.
TE works closely with tech entrepreneurs in companies large and small to develop solutions around IoT, IIoT, 5G, V2X and more. Through these collaborations, TE helps to make the world safer, sustainable, productive and connected.