Knocking Down the Barriers to Autonomous Driving
The future is upon us. Vehicles are getting more capabile in the area of autonomy, yet there are still significant hurdles to overcome to realize safe and ubiquitous autonomous transport. This Webcast will discuss these technical barriers and how Analog Devices is at the center of the innovation that will accelerate the adoption of autonomous technology.
Vice President, Autonomous Transportation & Automotive Safety
Chris Jacobs joined ADI in 1995. During his tenure at Analog Devices, Jacobs has held a number of design engineering, design management, and business leadership positions in the Consumer, Communications, Industrial and Automotive teams. Chris Jacobs is currently the Vice President of the Autonomous Transportation & Automotive Safety business unit at Analog Devices. Prior to this, Jacobs was the General Manager of Automotive Safety, Product and Technology Director of Precision Converters and the Product Line Director of High Speed Converters & Isolation Products.
Chris has a Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering from Clarkson University, a Master of Science in Electrical Engineering from Northeastern University and a Master of Business Administration from Boston College.