Martin Cotter

Martin Cotter

Senior Vice President, Industrial and Multi-Markets and President, ADI EMEA Region

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Martin Cotter is Senior Vice President of the Industrial and Multi Markets Business Unit and President of Analog Devices (ADI) EMEA region. He is responsible for driving strategic growth, investment and value capture, and the accelerated development of leading precision and core power products and complete solutions to enable smart factory and sustainable building technologies. As President of ADI EMEA, Martin takes on an additional responsibility to lead country- and regional-level engagements with customers, government bodies, industry associations, think tanks, universities, and communities.

Martin joined ADI in 1986 as a design engineer. In his 35+ year career, he has led some of the company’s highest-growth business segments, in addition to holding a variety of roles in engineering and product line management. Prior to his current role, Martin led ADI’s Global Sales and Digital Marketing, building stronger, collaborative partnerships with customers that enabled them to deliver differentiated products globally.

Martin’s wealth of domain expertise and experience helps customers solve their toughest signal processing challenges. In particular, he has been instrumental in defining ADI’s strategic direction for the evolving Industry 4.0 market with expanding ADI opportunity in the intelligent edge. As we seek to apply our expertise in signal processing, sensors, and connectivity to enable smart factories, smart buildings, advances in healthcare, and much more. His track record in driving business growth, coupled with his engineering background and decades of experience overseeing the development of technologies, systems, and solutions, provide the foundation that drives an even higher level of engagement and impactful innovation that keep our customers ahead of what’s possible.

Martin holds a Bachelor of Engineering, Master of Engineering, and Master of Business Administration degrees from the University of Limerick.