Intelligent Sensing for Environmental and Process Measurement

Actionable intelligence, better analytics, and improved health and safety result from more and higher quality sensing nodes in environmental measurement. Value in increased monitoring and analysis applies to everything from our water supplies and hazardous working environments to food and materials processing. Furthermore, the move toward smart sensors reduces costly maintenance. This webcast will explore water quality and gas sensing examples.
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Daniel Braunworth is the segment manager for Analog Devices Scientific Instruments business, a key segment of ADI’s Instrumentation business. Daniel has an electrical engineering degree from Oregon State University and has been leading and developing marketing strategies in the semiconductor industry for the past 12 years with a focus on analog, sensing, and power management technology.

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  • Michal Raninec

    Systems Applications Engineer

Michal Raninec is a systems applications engineer in the Industrial Systems Group within the Automation and Energy Business Unit at Analog Devices. His areas of expertise include electrochemical gas sensing and wireless sensor networks. Michal received his M.Eng. degree in electronic engineering from Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic.