The increased amount and closer proximity of wireless and wireline communications systems in modern vehicles creates a challenging electromagnetic environment for designers and validation engineers with increased emissions and greater susceptibility to interference of sensitive components. This is particularly demanding for electric vehicles because of the increased field strengths from high voltages, faster semi-conductor switching speeds and increased wireless connectivity.
Furthermore, the electromagnetic emissions of vehicles, particularly EVs, change significantly depending of their operational state. Therefore, to get a true understanding of the EMC performance of an electric vehicle, it is essential to test it under dynamic driving conditions. Join this webinar to understand the challenges faced by the automotive industry to adapt to these changes and get the perspective of a leading test equipment vendor and engineering services provider on how to overcome them, including a real case study.
In this webinar, you will learn more about:
- eDrive development and importance of dynamic EMC testing
- Automotive EMC testing technical overview and challenges"
- EMC standards framework and future outlook"
Product Manager, EMC Software,
Rohde & Schwarz
As a product manager at R&S, Reiner Götz takes responsibility for the EMC test and automation software products. Designing automotive turnkey test systems, he is familiar with the requirements and constraints that test labs and engineers see when efficiency in EMC testing is the key. Reiner has been working with R&S for more than 20 years in several positions.
EMC Test System Developer
Patrick Hansmann studied electrical engineering at HTL Mössingerstraße in Klagenfurt Austria and graduated in Biomedical Engineering.He worked at testing and application on electrified testbeds. Since 2017 he is working for AVL List GmbH and is responsible for EMC development, testing, and troubleshooting on product and testbed system level.