Allied Expert Advice Podcast, Episode 8: Modular Industrial Connector Trends


November 15, 2022

This episode of the Allied Expert Advice podcast features Goda Inokaityte of The HARTING Technology Group, a leading global supplier of industrial connectivity technologies. Goda is the product manager for HARTING’s influential and immensely popular Han product line and addresses topics including megatrends affecting the electronics industry, key characteristics of industrial connectors, modular connector trends, application areas and the new Han-Modular Domino modules.

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(0:32) Q1. Please introduce our listeners to HARTING and tell us about your role as the Han Product Manager.

(2:45) Q2. What megatrends are currently influencing electronic connector designs?

(6:06) Q3. What are some of the key characteristics of effective industrial connectors?

(7:19) Q4. What’s unique about modular connectors?

(8:43) Q5. Can you tell us about the trends that are currently influencing new modular connector designs?

(9:35) Q6. Which markets and applications stand to benefit most directly from enhanced modular connector designs?

(12:35) Q7. Tell us about the new Han-Modular® Domino modules and how they embody current trends in modular connector designs.

(14:10) Q8. Is there anything else you’d like our listeners to know about industrial market megatrends, industrial connectors, modular connector trends or the new Han-Modular Domino modules?



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