ST's Chip-set solution for fuel injection control units in small engines

Join us for our 1-hour webinar on ST's chip-set solution for fuel injection control units in small engines

This webinar was broadcasted Wednesday, October 30th 2019 


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Learn about the building blocks of electronic fuel injection (EFI) control unit design for small engines and how they contribute to achieve increasingly stringent emissions standards.

In this 1-hour webinar, you will learn about the basics of a fuel injection control unit hardware and the key components for an ECU design optimized in terms of cost and performance.

This webinar is about the key components which can address several end-market applications ECU including transportation (two, three wheelers, microcars and quads), landscaping (lawn mowers, tillers, blowers, etc.) and more heavy-duty machines (generators, UPS, pumps and compressors) ... anything that needs a combustion engine meeting the most challenging emission limits.

What you will take away

Attendees will learn how to implement an engine control unit (ECU) with ST’s AEC-qualified integrated solution based on the the SPC57 2L Line 32-bit Power Architecture® automotive-powertrain microcontroller and the L9177A peripheral-on-chip

In addition to covering the electronic components and software architecture including low-level drivers and powertrain libraries, we will also introduce our evaluation and development ecosystem that helps engineers save time and resources when developing an EFI unit that reduces both exhaust emissions and fuel consumption.


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Francesco Pirozzi

With more than 15 years of experience in automotive power electronics, Francesco Pirozzi is System Application Manager for powertrain and electric motor SmartPower devices (ADG PT&S). He is specialized in powertrain control for two wheeler and car.


Fernando Ventura

With two decades in the automotive semiconductor field in different roles after an experience with a major carmaker, Fernando Ventura is now Business Development Manager in Powertrain & Safety Division in ADG group.


Matt Jenks

With more than 25 Years of automotive and semiconductor, product, applications and system experience at Tier 1 and Tier 2 suppliers.  He is currently in the position of Americas Market Development Engineer for the Powertrain and Safety Division of the Automotive and Discrete Group (ADG).


Khaldoun Albarazi

With more than 15 years of engineering experience, 10 of which in automotive, Khaldoun Albarazi is a market development principal engineer supporting 32-bit automotive microcontrollers in the Automotive Digital Division.