TI Sensing and Processing Solutions for Cold Chain

Continuous environmental data logging of perishable goods is rapidly changing supply chains, saving hundreds of millions of dollars annually in reduced waste  and shipping costs. From the time they are farmed or manufactured until the time they are used,  proper Cold Chain management insures the safety & freshness of the product. TI offers complete silicon solutions for Cold Chain applications with products ranging from environmental sensors such as temperature & humidity to microcontrollers, non-volitle memory, wireless radios, and low power solutions. Please join us to find out more on how TI can help you develop your cold chain systems.    

 

Speakers

 

  • Ali Anwar is a Product Marketing Engineer on the MSP430 team responsible for driving business development in the Americas and promoting growth in the Enterprise Systems and Communications Equipment markets. He joined the MSP430 team upon completing the TSA Program in June 2016. He has a B.S. Mathematics, B.S. Electrical Engineering, M.S. Electrical Engineering, and M.S. Systems Engineering from Southern Methodist University.
     
  • 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 or Mines.  


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