Year over year, the mobility technology space proves both ever-evolving and vast, spanning disciplines as wide-ranging as propulsion, autonomous vehicles, automotive manufacturing, and systems engineering.
Within this cutting-edge space, the WCX World Congress Experience Digital Summit serves as the premiere event for any stakeholder, from engineers keeping up-to-date on the latest technological advances to executives seeking to network with other industry leaders and top OEMs.
p-Chip CTO on the WCX VIRTUAL Stage
At the 2021 WCX Digital Summit, p-Chip CTO Bill Eibon presented on the topic of how advances in serialization can and will change the future of the mobility industry.
His presentation, “Light Activated Microtransponder Technology for Unique Serialization of Integrated Circuits, Safety Components and Electronic Systems,” brought new light to how emerging tracking technologies are changing what’s possible in safety standardization, brand protection, and tracking and authentication capability across the automotive industry.
With the potential to overcome some of mobility’s biggest hurdles, this breakthrough concept is advancing the state of the industry. Some of the key points from Eibon’s presentation included the following:
- How a secure, robust microtransponder provides serial identification capability to integrated circuits, electronic subcomponents, and products
- The importance of expanding tracking capability to an ever larger array of physical assets
- How digital indexing from multiple e-components to VIN can eliminate counterfeit, substandard, and fraudulent electronic components while ensuring supply-chain visibility and securing chain-of-custody
- A review of important chip features, including a tiny footprint of 600 microns square x 100 microns thick; successful application direct-to-metal; and a wide environmental operating range, including the ability to withstand continuous duty -279 – 520 C.
To learn more about this novel microtransponder and Eibon’s presentation, get in touch today.
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