History of PSMA Power Technology Roadmap: from AAA TripTik® to Google Maps® - Ritu Sodhi - APEC

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Dr. Ritu Sodhi, Power Transistor R&D Consult to ROHM, presents her plenary talk on making their roadmap more interactive, live real-time, and contextual while staying relevant to its users. 

Abstract: Our success as individuals, as companies, and as institutions, depends on anticipating and being equipped to deal with the future. To help the power electronics industry in this endeavor, PSMA published its first Power Technology Roadmap (PTR) in 1994 using a collaborative approach. A lot has changed since then in our industry and in the way that we do road mapping. Along with increased participation from the community, our methodology has adapted to the times to stay relevant, with an aim to provide wide-ranging perspectives on the growth and evolution of power conversion technology. In this talk, we will walk down memory lane and track the evolution of the PSMA PTR –from a single, in-person, roundtable event in the early years to a multidimensional, multimedia, multiyear activity to track key trends across a broad variety of power conversion markets. See how the community anticipated industry trends such as efficiency, digital control, and the shift from silicon to wide bandgap materials. And revisit what we got wrong. The PTR will continue to evolve. Find out how it can continue to be useful to you or better yet, how you can help chart the next 30 years of the industry!

 

Dr. Ritu Sodhi, Power Transistor R&D Consult to ROHM, presents her plenary talk on making their roadmap more interactive, live real-time, and contextual while staying relevant to its users. 

Abstract: Our success as individuals, as companies, and as institutions, depends on anticipating and being equipped to deal with the future. To help the power electronics industry in this endeavor, PSMA published...

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