Presented by Dupont
Recorded on June 29, 2021
The quest for new mobility innovations, paired with tightening regulations, is causing radical changes in the automotive industry. Designers and engineers at connector manufacturers and automotive OEMs need new material solutions that can meet demands for higher performance in areas such as safety, reliability and regulatory compliance.
In this free webinar, three DuPont experts will discuss top challenges and innovative solutions for building robust automotive connectors, including:
- Increasing miniaturization
- Greater safety and reliability
- Exposure to reflow soldering and harsh environments
- High-speed data connectivity
- Improved sustainability
- Cost optimization
- Higher productivity and accelerated time to market
Our presenters will be Nainish Sanghani, Global Marketing Manager – Electrical & Electronics; David Spritzer, Connectors Application Development Leader in the Americas; and Alex Bartels, Connectors Application Development Leader in EMEA.
DuPont’s portfolio of proven materials, including Zytel® PA66, Zytel® Plus, Zytel® HTN, and Zytel® LCPA nylon resins, Crastin® polyesters and Vamac® elastomers, enable automotive connectors to reliably transmit data, power and signals and conform to industry standards. The company supports customers with formulation, application development, technical and design services.
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