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Logic PD to Present at Battery Power 2013

Ryan Striker to Present “Cutting the Cord: Choosing a Battery Architecture to Satisfy Product & Safety Requirements”


MINNEAPOLIS – June 4, 2013 —Logic PD will present at the international conference, Battery Power 2013, being held June 6 and 7 in Denver. Battery Power 2013 will highlight the latest developments and technologies in the battery industry, with more than 35 speakers, including Ryan Striker, senior electrical engineer at Logic PD. Logic PD leverages broad experience, use cases, and the latest technologies to design and develop battery-powered devices, helping their customers reduce the time-to-market and launch user-driven products.

Striker is scheduled to present at 12:45 p.m. MT on June 7. His presentation, “Cutting the Cord: Choosing a Battery Architecture to Satisfy Product & Safety Requirements,” will explore ways to safely and efficiently integrate batteries into an overall system design, and aspects to consider when designing and developing portable, compact devices.

Recently, Logic PD introduced a free, interactive battery power design tool to help product designers and developers predetermine the battery power requirements for new products. The company also made a significant advancement toward meeting the demand for instant-on devices. Logic PD developed proprietary software that enables Logic PD’s System on Module (SOM) customers to reduce the boot time required for battery-powered devices to less than one second.

Logic PD also developed WattsonTM, a power measurement and performance monitoring application that delivers real-time graphical feedback and data logging capabilities without the need for external oscilloscopes and meters. Using this information guides designers to the lowest power and highest performance software combination for a particular product. Wattson is instrumental in helping to minimize power in all operational modes, which maximizes battery life in the end product.
To try Logic PD’s battery power design tool, visit:
To learn more about battery power design considerations, listen to this podcast featuring Curt McNamara, a principal electrical engineer at Logic PD:
About the Speaker
Ryan Striker is a senior electrical engineer at Logic PD with nearly 10 years of experience in systems engineering. His areas of expertise include battery safety, portable devices, and design for manufacturability and test. Striker focuses on battery powered and multi-radio systems for clients in various industries.
About Logic PD
Logic PD is a product innovation expert with the ability to discover, design, develop and deliver market-leading products under one roof. Logic PD’s experienced team of creative problem solvers and cutting-edge modular technology products supported by its partner ecosystem enable companies to control costs, reduce risk and deliver innovative products to market faster. The company is headquartered in Minneapolis, with offices in Austin, Boston and San Diego. For more information, visit


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