Indium Corporation’s Brian O’Leary to Present at EV Charging Infrastructure USA 2023March 15, 2023 | Indium Corporation
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Indium Corporation’s Brian O’Leary, global head of e-Mobility and infrastructure, will present at EV Charging Infrastructure USA 2023. The event, which will take place March 29–30 in Anaheim, California, is the only event of its kind to deliver leading market intelligence and industry presentations on the latest EV charging infrastructure projects to support the expansion of electric vehicles.
O’Leary’s presentation, scheduled for 11:40 a.m.–12:05 p.m. on March 29, is titled U.S. Charging 2.0: Building a More Reliable Public Infrastructure. The presentation will address the main issues causing the current 70–80% of public uptime performance for EV chargers, while defining what 97% uptime performance means. O’Leary will also review best practices for building a more reliable public charging infrastructure.
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, and battery energy storage systems. He joined Indium Corporation in 2014 and has more than 20 years of experience in the electronics industry. He authored two books on electronics manufacturing and currently serves as the chair of the IPC e-Mobility Quality & Reliability Advisory Council. In addition to regular technical conference participation, O'Leary 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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