On June 25, the 1st three-day Calterah Auto-Technical Open Days came to a successful end. The event was carried out in the form of a workshop and brought together many Calterah’s partners and customers, some of whom are the leading Tier-1s in the automotive industry. Centering on mmWave radar technology, the workshop delivered in-depth lectures and discussions about practical issues regarding algorithms for auto applications, code compiling, debugging and the use of certain software.
Calterah Application Engineers Giving Lectures
A Lecturer Having an In-Depth Exchange with an Attendee
Customers expect greater support from Calterah in implementation of radar algorithms as they go deeper into the development with our mmWave radar chips. To better help customers understand the logic and performance of our chips, we held this three-day workshop comprising different sessions, presided by our application engineers as lecturers, to address 10 issues around SDK architecture, compiling environment setup, interfaces for drivers and algorithm debugging. Throughout the workshop, Calterah field application engineers were also present, ready to instruct hands-on exercises and answer questions in a more interactive manner.
FAEs Instructing Hands-On Exercises
When asked about how they felt at the end of this event, one attendee applauded the workshop as “a great success” while another spoke highly of it by describing it as “comprehensive in content and meticulous in lecturing.”
More feedback includes “The workshop helps me quickly understand the features and characteristics of Calterah chips,” and “A very productive workshop and hope for a livestreamed workshop next time for a larger audience.”
Just as Liu Hongquan, Calterah product marketing director, said in his opening speech, Calterah values interactions with customers and “hopefully, an event like this can help solve some potential problems for our customers and enhance mutual understanding for two sides to grow together.”
Calterah Product Marketing Director Giving a Speech