Start Making More Sense, Presented by Analog Devices
Michael Murray, Analog Devices, Inc.
November 3, 2015 | EmTech
A discussion surrounding the importance of multidimensional sensing and the relationship between software, algorithms and the sensor ecosystem itself, required for autonomous machines.
Michael Murray, General Manager, Industrial Sensing Group, Analog Devices, Inc.
Michael is the General Manager of the Industrial Sensing Group within Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI). He brings 20 years of successful start-up ventures and multinational experience in areas of marketing, product development and sales leadership. Michael leads two separate yet mutually dependent businesses. Firstly, the High Performance Inertial (HPI) design teams which are tasked with R&D and deployment of market leading inertial sensor devices, as well as intelligent and autonomous sensors. These solutions are part of ADI’s iSensor® portfolio. Tightly coupled to the Inertial sensing strategy, is the Industrial Sensing business unit which focuses on the Industrial Internet of Things markets that include Smart City, Buildings, Agriculture and Infrastructure. Prior to joining ADI, Michael was co-founder of Artaflex, Inc. an electronic engineering, prototype and development firm, in Canada. Michael received his MBA from of the Sloan School of Management at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), a Master’s Degree in Technology and a Bachelor’s Degree in Management from Northeastern University, in Boston, and an Electronic Engineering Degree from George Brown College, in Toronto.