How Texas Instruments Uses InfluxDB to Uphold Product Standards and to Improve Efficiencies

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Sponsored by influxdata


Thursday, June 25, 2020
1 pm EDT

Discover how Texas Instruments uses a time series database to gain better insights into their industrial operations. By collecting high level metrics and events, they are continuously improving productivity and are becoming data-driven. Learn how InfluxDB can result in cost savings and have a direct impact on performance by analyzing seasonality, trends and behaviors.

In this webinar, Michael Hinkle will cover:

  • Texas Instruments’ ability to innovate while creating electronic systems for multiple industries
  • How an organization’s machines, tools and processes can impact proficiency
  • InfluxDB’s impact on their production and quality assurance
Michael Hinkle
Probe Engineering and Manufacturing Supervisor - Texas Instruments
Michael (Mike) Hinkle received his Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from The University of Texas at Dallas. He is currently a Probe Engineering and Manufacturing Supervisor at Texas Instruments. He has also performed the role of a Process and Equipment Engineer in the Diffusion group working primarily with LPCVD (Low Pressure Chemical Vapor Deposition) reactors.
Although not classically trained in Computer Science, Michael had his first Commodore 64 at the age of 5, operated a BBS (Bulletin Board System) in the early 90’s and has been a life-long computer nerd at heart. His current interests lie in 3D printing, statistics, R, Python, data structures and databases.

 

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