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Live Webinar | January 20, 2022 | 11:30 AM IST

Presenter: Avinash Keshav

Automotive IC Designers: Meet your Test Requirements Using Tessent Solutions

Brief Summary of Webinar:

Background:

Industry-leading innovations in automotive electronics have immensely contributed to the development of advanced safety mechanism resulting in exponential growth in the number of electronics that is being added while at the same time it continues to challenge safety target.

Introduction to the Tessent Automotive reference flow is a complete usage model for deploying Siemens EDA solution for your Automotive IC. The main goal of this webinar is to highlight the important steps needed to achieve the right DFT strategy for automotive early in your design stage.

We shall review the overall design flow and methodologies that can be used to fulfill automotive requirements. We will also talk about the technologies and best practices used to achieve level 3+ automotive design.

Who Should Attend?

  • DFT design engineers
  • IC design engineers
  • Automotive IC design engineers

 

Post the session, the participants will be able to:

  • Learn about Tessent Automotive technologies that are available as part of the Tessent Safety Eco System
  • Learn how these tools and technology can be implemented using the common Tessent Shell environment

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Presenter - Avinash Keshev

More than seven years of experience in technical support of EDA tools while consulting the clients, understanding their requirements, and suggesting solutions in line with their requirements, explaining the capabilities of our software and demonstrating its usefulness towards their design goal. Knowledge of sales & marketing cycle of research and engineering product and FAE’s role in this cycle for maintaining the product relevance in the departments, which procure the EDA tools.

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