Indium's Brian O’Leary to Present on EV Electronics Reliability at AIAG Quality Summit


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Indium Corporation’s Brian O’Leary, global head of e-Mobility and infrastructure, will present at the 2022 Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG) Quality Summit on Oct. 5 in Novi, Michigan, US.

New technology creates new opportunities, but it also creates challenges. As vehicle systems and e-mobility increasingly rely on electronics as part of the design, the number of potential defect points explodes. Automotive’s desire for small and lightweight conflict with the desire for high power and flexibility.

In Achieving Zero Defects in Electronics-Dependent Systems, O’Leary will discuss opportunities for design, material, and process optimization and qualification to achieve high reliability and reach quality metrics while protecting innovation.

O'Leary is responsible for promoting Indium Corporation's full range of products and services for e-Mobility, which includes electric cars, trucks, eVTOLs, charging stations, etc. He joined Indium Corporation in 2014 and has more than 20 years of experience in the electronics industry. He authored two books on thermal profiling called Profiling Guide for Profitability and Profiling Guide for Six Sigma. He currently serves as the chair of the IPC EV (Electric Vehicle) Quality & Reliability Advisory Group. In addition to regular technical conference participation, he co-hosts a free monthly webcast—EV InSIDER Live—with Loren McDonald of EVAdoption and a high-profile industry stakeholder as a guest. In the webcast, they discuss current pressing issues and hot topics in the rapidly evolving electric vehicle landscape.

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