Originally broadcast on November 16, 2023. Now available On Demand.
Sponsor: Mouser Electronics and Nordic Semiconductor
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In an era defined by compact, wireless technologies, the quest to maximize battery life and provide accurate battery status information is more crucial than ever.
Join this webinar as we look at strategies for achieving optimal functionality in your Bluetooth-enabled products with minimal component usage, reducing both cost and complexity. We will explore the challenge of extending the battery life of small, wireless devices while maintaining precise energy level estimates. Additionally, we'll demonstrate how integrating vital system and power management features into a single Power Management Integrated Circuit (PMIC) can streamline your device design and enhance efficiency.
Whether you're a seasoned engineer or a newcomer to the world of Power Management, this webinar will provide you with valuable knowledge and actionable takeaways to enhance the performance and longevity of your devices. This webinar is essential for professionals in industries such as wearables, connected health, smart home devices, industrial sensors and controllers, and more.
After the presentation, we'll have a Q&A session where you can ask any questions you have. We are giving away kits for the 3 best questions!
Geir Kjosavik | Product Director PMICS | Nordic Semiconductor
Geir Kjosavik is a product management director responsible for the Power Management IC (PMIC) product line with Nordic Semiconductor, a position he has held since 2021.
Geir’s track record as a semiconductor industry professional includes 27 years of passionate semiconductor product marketing, co-architecting innovative and award-winning products with several semiconductor companies including Philips Semiconductor, Xilinx, Inc., Atmel, Inc and Microchip Technology.
He holds a master’s degree in electronic engineering from the Norwegian Institute of Technology and resides in Trondheim, Norway. Prior to his extensive career in semiconductors, Geir worked as an analog and digital electronics circuit designer.